Jamie Sturm, LCSW
Jamie Sturm, LCSW, specializes in treatment of adults with depression, anxiety, and relationship concerns. Jamie is an active and engaged therapist, emphasizing the strengths of each client through compassion, warmth, humor and curiosity. Jamie collaborates with her clients to identify challenges, gain insight into patterns of behavior, and to develop skills to help individuals live according to their values, in a safe and supportive therapeutic atmosphere. Treatment is tailored to fit individual client needs, and is based in therapeutic modalities including Psychodynamic, Family-Systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Mindfulness practices.
Background: Jamie holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Boston College as well as a Master’s degree in Psychology from American University. She received her BA from the University of Pennsylvania.
Jamie has conducted research in evidence-based therapies, and wrote her Master’s thesis about the effectiveness of homework in Habit Reversal Training for Trichotillomania. Jamie completed a social work internship and post-graduate fellowship at the Danielsen Institute at Boston University, where she received training in an integrated model that includes relational, psychodynamic, and psychospiritual modalities. She most recently worked as a Clinical Fellow at the Brookline Center for Community Mental Health.