Jen Burke, LMSW
Jen Burke is a fully licensed clinical social worker in the state of Michigan. Ms. Burke received her law degree from Columbia Law School and her Master’s in Social Work, with a certificate in child welfare, from the University Of Michigan School Of Social Work. At the School of Social Work, Ms. Burke was a Child Welfare Scholar and completed her internship at the University of Michigan Family Assessment Clinic, where she provided play-based therapy to children who experienced childhood trauma.
Ms. Burke has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults to address wide-ranging concerns, including anxiety, mood disorders, relationship disruption, and trauma. Ms. Burke has specialized training in Infant/Early Childhood Mental health and serves on the board of the Michigan Infant Mental Health Association. In addition, Ms. Burke has extensive training and experience in the areas of childhood trauma, foster care, pregnancy, and early parenting support.
Ms. Burke utilizes a variety of treatment approaches, which are all client-centered and collaborative. Ms. Burke strives to create a supportive, empathic environment that allows for personal growth and empowerment.