Jacqueline McCarthy
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Jacqueline McCarthy, LCSW

Mental Health Clinician

Education and training

Masters in Social Work (MSW) - Columbia University
Bachelors of Arts (BA) - SUNY Oswego

Professional interests

Social anxiety
Self-esteem issues
Building healthy relationships
Transitional periods in life
Cognitive-behavioral approaches
Mindfulness

A little about me

I am a collaborative care mental health clinician at the Institute for Family Health, meaning I work closely with our primary care providers here to provide multifaceted care for our patients. I work within the Collaborative Care Model, which emphasizes short-term care for periods of depression and anxiety, and also provide long-term therapy services within our Article 28 clinic. I started at the Institute as an intern in 2017, and since graduating have worked here as a clinician. I provide strengths-based, judgment-free care in order to facilitate a space where patients are able to express their thoughts and emotions and resolve issues they are going through.

Why I love my job

I love being a small part of helping people get through difficult times in their life, and helping others realize the strengths they already have in order to help them feel more in control of their lives.

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