Jonathan Paul, LMSW

Recovery Coach & Counselor

Jonathan Paul, LMSW

Recovery Coach & Counselor

Jonathan Paul, LMSW, is a licensed social worker in the state of New York. He graduated with a Masters in Social Work in 2010 and has since practiced addiction and mental health counseling, case management, and recovery coaching in a variety of outpatient chemical dependency programs, mental health centers, and private practice.

Jonathan helps individuals, couples and families afflicted with mental health and addictive disorders find solutions to their problems.

He utilizes an eclectic therapeutic approach, drawing from modalities such as Relational Therapy, Existential Analysis, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Techniques and Jungian Theory to help guide you through the recovery process.

As a native New Yorker, born and raised in Manhattan, he enjoys taking walks in the city with his golden retriever, running in Central Park and weekend adventures to the country-especially during fall, his favorite season.

Jonathan Paul, LMSW
Jonathan Paul, LMSW

Jonathan Paul, LMSW, is a licensed social worker in the state of New York. He graduated with a Masters in Social Work in 2010 and has since practiced addiction and mental health counseling, case management, and recovery coaching in a variety of outpatient chemical dependency programs, mental health centers, and private practice.

Jonathan helps individuals, couples and families afflicted with mental health and addictive disorders find solutions to their problems.

He utilizes an eclectic therapeutic approach, drawing from modalities such as Relational Therapy, Existential Analysis, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Techniques and Jungian Theory to help guide you through the recovery process.

As a native New Yorker, born and raised in Manhattan, he enjoys taking walks in the city with his golden retriever, running in Central Park and weekend adventures to the country-especially during fall, his favorite season.

Jonathan Paul, LMSW

My Story

There is really no other feeling quite like the feeling of coming home to your inner self — the feeling that all is okay and well. For years, I searched for these feelings in all the wrong places, fueled by the frenzied grip of active addiction as well as an underlying, untreated anxiety disorder.

In early 2006, the doors of recovery and sobriety finally opened for me, and I walked through them a free man. For that, I am so grateful.

In those early days, I received a lot of help from a lot of people. I placed heavy value in psychotherapy, recovery coaching, spirituality, and working the 12-steps. After I successfully freed myself from my own addictions, it became clear that my life’s calling was to help others travel this same path.

Indeed, the path of recovery is the road less travelled. Some refer to it as the 14-inch long journey that leads from the head to the heart — the most important journey you will ever take. I am honored to be your guide, as together we will walk this path to freedom.

My Story

Jonathan Paul, LMSW

There is really no other feeling quite like the feeling of coming home to your inner self — the feeling that all is okay and well. For years, I searched for these feelings in all the wrong places, fueled by the frenzied grip of active addiction as well as an underlying, untreated anxiety disorder.

In early 2006, the doors of recovery and sobriety finally opened for me, and I walked through them a free man. For that, I am so grateful.

In those early days, I received a lot of help from a lot of people. I placed heavy value in psychotherapy, recovery coaching, spirituality, and working the 12-steps. After I successfully freed myself from my own addictions, it became clear that my life’s calling was to help others travel this same path.

Indeed, the path of recovery is the road less travelled. Some refer to it as the 14-inch long journey that leads from the head to the heart — the most important journey you will ever take. I am honored to be your guide, as together we will walk this path to freedom.

Connect with JP

@jonpaulrecovery