Jack Bartel, PsyD

Jack Bartel, LCP


Licensed Clinical Psychologist (FL, MI, VA)

Florida: PY10541
Michigan: 6301018266
Virginia: 0810007011

Area of Focus:

  • Working with LGBTQ+ communities, including hormone and surgery evaluations for
    transgender individuals, as well as, gender exploration/celebration
  • Sexuality counseling, with a focus on improving sexual health and positive sexuality
    across the lifespan
  • Behavior change interventions for habit and lifestyle changes (eg. weight
    loss/management, tobacco use, insomnia, chronic pain)
  • Adjusting and coping with medical conditions and medication adherence
  • General mental health for anxiety and depression
  • Life transitions, adjustment, stress management, time management, organization skills


Doctor of Clinical Psychology, Psy.D., Florida Institute of Technology (APA Accredited)
Master of Science, M.S., Florida Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Science, B.S., University of Central Florida
Associate of Arts, A.A., Valencia College

Professional Organizations

Florida Psychological Association (FPA)
National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology
World Professional Association For Transgender Health (WPATH)

Jack’s Recent Articles

Professional Background

Dr. Jack Bartel is a licensed clinical psychologist and LGBTQ+ health educator and consultant. Dr. Bartel has been working directly with patients clinically for 8 years and has been licensed for 3 years. He currently provides affirmative counseling to the LGBTQ+ community and specializes in gender-affirming hormone therapy (GAHT) and gender-affirming surgery evaluations/letters of support. He also has clinical expertise in health psychology, which is the provision of clinical services bridging the gap between medical and mental health care.

He has significant experience working with behavior change interventions with a wide array of individuals from diverse backgrounds; from those who suffer from medical conditions co-occurring with mental illness, to those seeking to more successfully navigate their food intake, exercise goals, or decrease tobacco use.

He has worked in many different clinical settings such as a surgical critical care unit, an inpatient rehabilitation unit, a primary care integrated health setting in a Federally Qualified Health Center, an outpatient behavioral medicine clinic, and a VA Medical Center. He also has experience working with general mental health from depression and anxiety, to coping with large life transitions. He even completed time working overnights in an inpatient psychiatric facility. He has been working with telemedicine platforms since 2016, and currently provides all virtual care through Included Health.

Outside his clinical work, he is an LGBTQ+ health educator and consultant. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, Dr. Bartel understands the importance of increased education and awareness surrounding the LGBTQ+ community, most importantly the action needed towards change for LGBTQ+ individuals in all spaces. He knows how stressful navigating medical and mental healthcare spaces can be for queer folks and his goal is to help increase awareness and education about how to best serve the LGBTQ+ community. Over the past six years, he has presented over 20 seminars and trainings for health care providers, mental health workers, graduate students, interns, fellows, and faculty on LGBQ+ mental health/healthcare, and more specifically transgender mental health/healthcare.

In all his work, Dr. Bartel is informative, collaborative, encouraging, empathetic, and has been described as having “sharp quick wit”.

Other Publications

Being LGBTQ Podcast (Episode 238)
HR Morning
ALM Benefits Pro