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Jamie joined UNG Student Counseling in 2017, after working with the college counseling centers at Agnes Scott College and Emory University in Atlanta, GA. She holds a Master of Family Therapy from Mercer University School of Medicine, in addition to a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a Master of Arts in Social Sciences, both from Georgia Southern University. Prior to finding her niche in college counseling, Jamie worked in a variety of mental health settings, including both residential and outpatient substance abuse; community mental health with low income, veteran, and refugee clients; and private practice, where she primarily works with couples and LGBTQIA+ clients. Jamie has a passion for the diversity and multicultural aspects of the college campus. Her areas of special interest include relationships, trauma, ambivalence and identity, LGBTQIA+, sex and sexuality.  Her approach to counseling is an integrated approach balancing the early psychodynamic theories with newer client focused models of treatment. Jamie enjoys reading, writing, and catching up with friends over a good meal or film.

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