Jacqueline’s previous experience includes working with children, adolescents, and adults in individual and group settings in residential, inpatient/ outpatient hospital setting, hospice as well as community mental health.
Jacqueline’s passion for art therapy and mental health counseling started very early, and started working with individuals with disabilities in high school. She has experience working with clients from a variety of backgrounds around the Chicago-land area on stress management, social skills, behavior modification, life transitions, anxiety, depression, grief/ loss, sexual trauma, crisis and anger management.
In therapy, Jacqueline believes in developing an authentic, personal, client-counselor relationship and works from a person-centered understanding utilizing creative expression through different art therapy techniques and approaches focusing on the client’s strengths, needs and goals.
Jacqueline speaks both English and Polish.