Jacqueline is a Licensed Master Social Worker with a Master of Social Work who holds extensive experience in the behavioral health field. Perhaps most notably, she was honored with a Ph.D. from Rosemont College for her work and commitment to de-stigmatize mental illness within marginalized communities. As a clinician at Mountainside, Jacqueline uses a broad range of cognitive behavioral and insight-oriented techniques in the counseling process, with an aptitude for employing narrative therapy. As the culmination of our life experiences, she believes individuals are the experts in their own lives. Accordingly, she helps clients discover their voices by exploring their narratives and associated meanings with past experiences. Outside of work, Jacqueline enjoys spending time with her family and blogging about all things motherhood, lifestyle, and wellness.