Jacqueline Lee Martino, MSW, LICSW
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
I am able to work with people, not only around major mental health issues, but in career changing and strategic life planning. I strive to recognize the value and dignity of my clients. I identify, and work with, the strengths that are within everyone.
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Jacqueline Lee Martino Practice Specialty
- Addictions or Substance Abuse
- Anger Management
- Anxiety or Fears
- Eating Disorders
- Life Coaching
- Age Specialty: Children, Adolescents, Adults
- Session Format: Individual, Group, Couple, Family
- Demographic Specialty: Military/Veterans
- Treatment Approach: Cognitive/Cognitive-Behavioral
- Name: Jacqueline Lee Martino, MSW, LICSW
- Therapist Type: Clinical Social Work/Therapist
- Gender: Female
- Fees: Sliding fee
- Accepts Insurance: Yes
- Company: Jacqueline Martino, MSW, LICSW
- License #: 110203
- License State: Massachusetts
- Years in Practice: 19
- Education: Emmanuel College, BA (Communications & Business Management)
University of Connecticut, MSW (Social Work)
Northeastern University (Certificate in Residential Lending)
My approach is to create a treatment plan with the patient in the first session, including the setting of goals that will be the framework of our sessions. I use the cognitive-behavioral treatment modality.
- 39 Salisbury Street
- 2nd Floor
- Worcester, Massachusetts 01609
- United States
Hours of work
Flexible afternoon and evening hours
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Jacqueline Lee Martino Practice Description
I help people overcome many different psychological challenges, including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, substance abuse, relationship issues and many more (please see my website). By bridging two different careers myself for the past 24 years, I am able to work with people, not only around major mental health issues, but in career changing and strategic life planning. I am also qualified to work with professionals and executives who want to excel or redirect their careers. As an experienced divorce coach and educator, I help adolescents handle the impact divorcing parents have on their lives.
I strive to recognize the value and dignity of my clients. I give special attention to the influences of their environment, taking into account how they are being molded by social, cultural, ethnic and interpersonal forces in their lives. I identify, and work with, the strengths that are within everyone.
Prior to my current status as a private practitioner in the social work profession. I worked for 7 years as a loan officer and consultant in the banking industry. Since 1992, when I was awarded my Masters degree in Social Work, I have been a licensed clinical social worker, guardian ad litem, parent coordinator and divorce educator.