JENNIFER JACKSON has been a field consultant and lecturer at the School of Social Welfare since 2010. She works closely with students in the behavioral health and health concentrations.
Her areas of focus are trauma-informed care and treatment, attachment and relationally based clinical practice, cognitive behavioral therapy, and anti-oppressive and justice promoting practice. She has worked extensively in the field with trauma survivors as well as those with severe mental health conditions.
Jackson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has supervised MSW interns and ASWs. She consults with agencies regarding vicarious trauma and practitioner and organizational resilience. Jackson continues her work in the field department at the San Jose State University School of Social Work, where she first embarked in social welfare education.
- Domestic Violence: Assessment and Intervention (SW 250X)
- Domestic Violence (SW 186)
- Field Preparation and Integration (SW 400)
- Trauma Informed Care Across the Lifespan (SW298)
- Direct Practice in Community Mental Health (SW244)