Registered Social Worker
BSW, MSW, RSW
INDIVIDUAL, COUPLE AND FAMILY COUNSELLING
AGES: Children (8-12), Teens (13-17), Young Adults (18-24), Adults, Seniors
Jacqueline has experience in working with individuals, couples and groups who are experiencing diverse issues including but not limited to anxiety, stress, bereavement, burnout, relationship dynamics, self-esteem, military life, and life transitions.
Jacqueline utilizes a proven integrated approach that incorporates strength based, solution focused, change management, motivational, and problem-solving theory and strategies to provide psychotherapy and interventions that are client centered and promote empowerment. She has experience in geriatrics and enjoys working with seniors and helping with aging-related issues. Jacqueline has facilitated grief and loss, and bereavement groups. She has facilitated groups for children involving issues related to military deployment, divorce, and home alone safety.
As well, Jacqueline has lead psycho-educational groups related to healthy eating and nutrition. She has co-lead groups for mindfulness, and career development. Jacqueline highlights the importance and benefits of positive self-care. She takes a holistic approach when working collaboratively with clients and is open to include one’s spiritual beliefs and values in the therapeutic process. She believes that everyone is unique and builds upon client’s strengths to support them in reaching their goals. Jacqueline’s mantra is “slow things down, take a step back, breathe, and break things into manageable pieces.”
Jacqueline Allen Miller
Social Service Work Diploma (Hons), Algonquin College, Pembroke ON
BSW, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s NL
MSW, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s NL
Specialized courses in Grief, Loss, and Bereavement, American Institute of
Health Care Professionals, Warren OH
Registered Social Worker with Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Social Workers #3540
Medavie Blue Cross Provider #35400
Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Social Workers (NLASW)