Jacqueline Socastro is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker located in New York, NY. She is passionate about helping her clients find their unique path - or paths - to healing. Many of Jacqueline’s clients are professionals who have lives and/or careers that look great on the outside, but they are struggling with over-thinking, worrying, self-doubt, self-criticism, deep sadness, and/or frustration within.
Jacqueline helps her clients understand the connection between how they think, feel, and behave, using a style that is interactive, practical, and holistic. As an expert in a wide range of therapeutic techniques, she loves weaving theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and experiential learning to engage the mind, body, and soul of her clients. Jacqueline supports her clients to embrace their beautiful messiness to feel safe to experiment, try different ways of thinking and being, and experience more ease and joy.
Jacqueline earned a Master’s degree in Social Work from Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College. She has worked across a diverse range of settings and populations, including the non-profit sector, a mobile medical unit, and an employee assistance program. She's worked with with high-powered executives, homeless families, and with cancer patients and their families. Jacqueline is dedicated to helping clients make the most of this sacred and important work and regularly incorporates check-in and feedback to ensure an honest, supportive, and collaborative working relationship.