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Jacqueline Medina, LMHC

Jacqueline Medina, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of New York, utilizing Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, behavior modification/positive reinforcement, play/art therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Medina implements these evidence-based treatment across populations for anxiety, mood-based disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), trauma, psychosis, and personality disorders. 

Medina completed her B.S. in Sociology, a minor in Student Personnel Services/Counseling (2012), and her master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling at CUNY Queens College (2016). During her time in graduate school, she served as an intern at Graham Windham Manhattan Mental Health Center providing mental health services to children and their families. As well as New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center providing mental health services to high-risk clients of all ages. During her internships, she provided in-person individual therapy, held collateral sessions with families, and conducted intake assessments. 

Medina is bilingual, fluent in Spanish. Her professional experience includes providing both telehealth and in person counseling to diverse populations, facilitating groups, triaging a crisis hotline, educational advocacy, providing individual/group clinical supervision, working in both an outpatient clinic, and school setting. She currently serves as a therapist within CFI. 

Medina enjoys empowering adolescents and emerging young adults. She believes everyone has their own unique story to tell. Her goal as a therapist is to help her clients become the best version of themselves. 

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