Jessica Greil-Burkhart is an Assistant Teaching Professor within the College of Social Work. She is a licensed clinical social worker in Florida and Georgia and a qualified supervisor for licensure supervision. In her current role, she acts as a field advisor for undergraduate and graduate students as they navigate their internships. She also teaches clinical courses within the College of Social Work. Currently, she also serves as a therapist on a clinical trial for veterans with PTSD through FSU Neuromodulation and the College of Medicine and is currently a student in the Master of Autism program at FSU College of Education. Her clinical expertise includes cognitive behavioral therapy and related approaches, exposure-based treatments, strength-based and recovery-oriented practices, crisis intervention, treatment of mood, anxiety, trauma, related disorders, and severe and persistent mental illnesses.
AREAS OF FOCUS
- Behavioral Health
- Clinical Social Work
- Field Education
- Mental Health
- MSW, 2015, Florida State University; Social Work
- BS, 2013, Florida State University; Psychology and Sociology