Julie Jackson is a Clinical Social Worker who has five years of experience working with adults, adolescents, and children. Julie has worked in a variety of settings counseling clients struggling with anxiety, chronic pain, depression, gender dysphoria, intimate partner violence, PTSD, substance use disorder, sexual health concerns, and trauma. Julie also works as a School Social Worker in Hillsborough County schools supporting children, adolescents, and their families as they navigate mental health challenges, parent/child relationships, academic issues, and learning disabilities.
Julie’s therapeutic approach is client-centered, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). CBT is based around how one’s thoughts affect one’s emotions which affects one’s behaviors. Her goal is to meet clients where they are to facilitate healing and implement lasting change. The beauty of therapy is that she and her clients work together to learn new skills and solve problems in a therapeutic partnership grounded in trust, commitment, and empathy.