Jade is a trauma-oriented therapist who specializes in grief and loss, death, dying, homelessness, poverty, and questioning faith or spirituality. Jade utilizes a social justice and intersectional feminist approach to therapy, as well as humor and radical acceptance. She is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) who has worked in community mental health settings since 2006. She is experienced in utilizing EMDR, CBT, DBT, psychodynamic, narrative, mindfulness, spiritual companioning, and parts work in her therapy practice. Jade is currently pursuing a Doctor of Ministry, focusing primarily on grief experiences and the questioning of personal spirituality. Jade supports all religions, no religion, and spiritual-but-not-religious folx. Jade is an inclusive therapist supporting and welcoming LGBTQ+ and poly communities.