Jaslyn Bailey, MSW-G, LCSW is a proud graduate of the University of South Carolina where she obtained her Masters in Social Work and Certification in Geriatric Studies in 2017. Since her degree obtainment, Jaslyn has worked in the counseling and mental health field providing grief, trauma, depression and anxiety focused services for clients both nationally as well as internationally. Throughout her mental health career, she has been able to work with diverse age groups and socioeconomic classes. She now specializes in modalities such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness, Strengths Perspective, Solution Focused Therapy, and Narrative Therapy.
Jaslyn’s therapeutic style provides support and counseling for clients to effectively address personal life challenges; combining scientifically proven modalities with mindfulness and holistic research offering a highly personalized approach for each client. Jaslyn provides tailored services for those identifying as Queer or Person of Color or Woman or Expat seeking therapeutic support.
She proudly identifies as a lesbian woman of color; allowing the intersection of her identities to inform her therapeutic approach. With warmth, humor, and intuition credited to her ancestors, formal training, and life experiences, she offers specialized individual therapy, coaching, relationship therapy, and a unique range of services to meet her clients needs.
With transparency she share’s: “I am perfectly imperfect. I challenge societal norms, dance to the beat of my own drum, and enjoy the adventure of living life with intention. As a mental health professional I have come to realize mental well being has more than one meaning therefore, we need more than one way to move towards healing. Let’s get creative!”