Jessica Burke, LMHC
Mrs. Burke obtained her Bachelors in Psychology at Northeastern University. Following this, Mrs. Burke completed her education and training at Northeastern University, where she obtained her Master’s in Counseling Psychology. She has experience providing individual counseling to clients ranging from five years old to adults, as well as family counseling in both a hospital setting and in corrections.
Mrs. Burke has provided therapy for clients with a range of needs such as PTSD, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, bipolar, psychotic disorders, personality disorders as well as substance use disorders and other clinical needs.
Mrs. Burke has worked in community based acute treatment providing individual, family, and group therapy to children in crisis and who have experienced trauma and/or struggle with emotional dysregulation. She has worked with children and families through adoption and reunification through the department of children and families. She also has experience working in a correctional setting providing individual therapy to adults struggling with a variety of disorders including PTSD, substance use disorders, anxiety, depression, bipolar, and severe mental illness, and grief. Her key clinical experience has been working with children and families to help nurture and support their psychosocial development through, increasing positive communication and relationship building through psycho-education, skill building and empirically based therapeutic methods such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, trauma informed care, and a strengths based approach.
Mrs. Burke has experience working with clients from various cultural backgrounds and provides a non-judgement and accepting stance.