Jessica Glynn, LMSW helps clients build self-esteem, confidence, and overall mental health and well-being. She has experience helping individuals communicate more effectively and adapt negative thought patterns to be more positive and productive toward accomplishing goals specific to client needs. Jessica uses a relational and collaborative approach to identify client concerns. She encourages regular feedback to ensure that client expectations are being met.
Jessica applies cognitive behavioral, acceptance and commitment, psychodynamic, and mindfulness theories in her work with clients to help combat and overcome anxiety and distress. In utilizing techniques from these theories, clients can learn to be more flexible with their maladaptive thoughts and increase constructive behavioral patterns.
Jessica holds an undergraduate degree in psychology from Long Island University and a Master of Social Work Degree from New York University.
Trainings and Certifications:
- PESI: ACT: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Depression, Anxiety, Trauma and Personality Disorders
- Beck Institute: Fundamentals of CBT, CBT for depression, CBT for anxiety
- New York University: Grief, Loss and Bereavement
- CMPS: Couples Therapy Cutting Through the Chaos: Understanding Couples Treatment via a Developmental Lens While Utilizing Modern Psychoanalytic Techniques
- New York University: Clinical Practice with Couples - Attachment, Object Relations, Emotional Regulation and Bowenian Approaches
- The Compassionate Brain: Mindfulness of Oneself and Others