Author: Ema Sasic, The Desert Sun

More than two decades ago, Jeff Eamer was living the Hollywood dream: landing a multi-million dollar movie contract, working with the top creative minds in the industry and enjoying a luxurious lifestyle. But that didn’t fulfill him. What brings him peace today is vastly different. Eamer, 62, left the bustle of Los Angeles for a quiet life in Yucca Valley, traded in his expensive clothes for flannels, cowboy hats and boots, and rather than impacting people through film, he now helps them on their healing journey through psychotherapy, which he defines as healing of the soul. Dial 988:: California’s new mental health crisis hotline debutsHe also gets a little help from…

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