Jacqueline graduated from Wheelock College with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work and Juvenile Justice and she then went on to complete her Master's Degree in Social Work at Simmons College. She has an extensive history in correctional mental health working in prisons and jails, as well as, in the community with individuals with a history of incarceration. She has worked with all ages as a member of a mobile crisis team, but specializes in working with young adults and adults. Jacqueline has experience working with individuals with mental health and behavioral needs, as well as, those managing substance use. Jacqueline believes in establishing mutual trust and respect to create an effective working therapeutic alliance and is motivated to address a a multitude of needs such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and other mood or behavioral concerns. She is a warm and empathetic individual who believes in both skill and discussion based therapy. Jacqueline utilizes many modalities in treatment to include CBT, DBT, motivational interviewing, and solution focused therapy.