Jamie Geller (she/her/hers) is a graduate of The Silberman School of Social Work, where she received her Master of Social Work degree. Jamie’s focus during her graduate studies was with adolescents and young adults with both physical and mental health challenges, individually and in small group settings.
Jamie’s experience includes time working within the foster care system on a case planning team to coordinate care, conduct psychosocial reports and consult on psychiatric evaluations. Jamie also has experience working with clients to process trauma and takes strengths-based, trauma-informed approaches to her work. Additionally, Jamie has an extensive background in working with individuals on the Autism Spectrum in various settings and is certified in assessing and administering The Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule- Second Edition (ADOS-2) for diagnostic clarity.
With all her clients, Jamie strives to improve communication patterns and navigate the challenges clients may experience in their life to help them feel heard and to create meaningful relationships.