Jackie joined Rawhide July 2020 as an outpatient therapist.
She earned her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Mount Mary University and her bachelor’s degree in construction management and safety administration from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Before Rawhide, Jackie completed a clinical internship at Milwaukee Academy, an inpatient residential program working with youth and their families who survived human trafficking and showed comorbid disorders, such as ADHD, PTSD, depression, anxiety, behavioral challenges, substance abuse, trauma and self-esteem issues.
At Rawhide, she provides outpatient therapy services for children, youth, adults, couples and families at the Fond du Lac School District, the Fond du Lac Counseling Center and via telehealth. She is also trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), CHAPS Equine-Assisted Therapy and Psychological First Aid (PFA). Jackie specializes in a client-focused approach and implements creativity through equine, play and narrative techniques.
“Rawhide’s mission to serve and help others resonates with me on a personal level. As an individual who has overcome many hurdles, I wanted to be able to empower those in my community to recognize their strength and write their own story.”
Jasmine joined Rawhide in July 2021 as a therapist.
She earned her master’s degree in clinical rehabilitation and mental health counseling from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her bachelor’s degree in business management and minor in kinesiology from Iowa State University.
Before Rawhide, Jasmine completed an internship at Carolina Outreach where she delivered a wide range of services to individuals with serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI) and substance use disorders. She provided psychoeducation to individuals and families regarding diagnoses and implemented psychiatric rehabilitation plans to assist with symptom stabilization, improve activities of daily living, and increase coping skills.
At Rawhide, Jasmine provides therapy services to youth and their families within the Fond du Lac School District. She is passionate about creating an open and empathic space to make a difference, using a person-centered therapeutic approach to tailor treatment to the specific needs of the individual.
“After researching Rawhide and talking with members of the organization, it was evident that people here truly cared about the work they do and the people they were serving. They weren’t merely going through the motions or checking any boxes, but were living according to their values and looking to best meet the needs of all individuals they serve. I felt my values closely aligned with the values embodied by Rawhide and I wanted the opportunity to work for an organization rooted in faith and dedicated to selflessly serving others.”