#867 Jocelyn Eve LICSW on Group Therapy for Traumatized Men

Oct 18, 2023, 06:29 PM

Jocelyn Eve is a white, neurodivergent human, and a trauma informed group therapist serving LGBTQIA+ folks. She is a loving Auntie, dog mom, and ambivert based in occupied Massachusett Tribe / Cambridge, MA. Jocelyn dreams of radical recovery, healing & thriving! She spends her days scheming creative, integrative, healing spaces and fostering radical community to work in synergy towards that end. She is a community builder dedicated to mutually uplifting women, gnc & trans people, in service of the larger urgent anti-colonial & anti-capitalist imperative to restore and remediate this earth. She received her Masters of Social Work at Smith College and her Bachelor’s degree in Human Rights. For the past decade she has worked in various mental health and psychiatric settings ranging from therapeutic mentorship and home based work to inpatient and intensive outpatient services. She has in-depth experience working with those who hold a wide array of complex, intersecting identities...

Jocelyn Eve is a white, neurodivergent human, and a trauma informed group therapist serving LGBTQIA+ folks. She is a loving Auntie, dog mom, and ambivert based in occupied Massachusett Tribe / Cambridge, MA.

Jocelyn dreams of radical recovery, healing & thriving! She spends her days scheming creative, integrative, healing spaces and fostering radical community to work in synergy towards that end. She is a community builder dedicated to mutually uplifting women, gnc & trans people, in service of the larger urgent anti-colonial & anti-capitalist imperative to restore and remediate this earth.

She received her Masters of Social Work at Smith College and her Bachelor’s degree in Human Rights. For the past decade she has worked in various mental health and psychiatric settings ranging from therapeutic mentorship and home based work to inpatient and intensive outpatient services. She has in-depth experience working with those who hold a wide array of complex, intersecting identities. She has long been committed to the field of domestic violence/intimate partner violence. Working with underserved populations, particularly those with chronic and severe mental illness, she pursued training in compassion mind training, SMART recovery, and metacognitive therapy in an intensive outpatient dialectical-behavioral therapy (DBT) program.

She aims to provide person-centered, strength-based, and trauma aware care. She likes to incorporate expressive and mindfulness-based therapies into her work, whenever helpful.

Her treatment approach is also grounded in relational and attachment theories, Internal Family Systems and framed by social justice. Her practice is rooted in the belief that each of us are inherently whole and deserving of joy, freedom, and care. She models non-judgement, radical acceptance, and curiosity in her group offerings to break relational cycles keeping us stuck in disconnection.

You can learn more about her work at www.jocelyneve.com

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