Jeanne Booth is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 28 years of experience working with adolescents, families and older adults. She earned a Master of Social Work Degree from the University of Michigan in 1991 and B.A. in Psychology from Agnes Scott College in 1988. Her commitment to supporting clients with life’s challenges is the foundation of her vast career. She functions from a core belief that partnering with clients to develop, restore or maintain supports is critical to overall health. She possesses advanced skills to address the biopsychosocial as well as systemic stressors that impact individuals and families. Her experience includes work with adolescents with or at risk of justice involvement, families facing parenting challenges, adults and families facing housing and income instability, older adults and caregivers. She is committed to providing ethical, respectful and relevant therapy with focus to the unique diverse strengths and needs of each client incorporating ethnicity, cultural connections and/or gender expression. In addition to providing online counseling, Ms. Booth serves as faculty to graduate students in the George Mason University Department of Social Work.
"Strengths perspective, encouraging empowerment utilizing narrative based therapy as well as CBT methods
I have worked with older adults as well as families/parents
Maryland LCSW-C 09480 ; Virginia 0904007278