Specializing in policy, advocacy and intervention in adolescent mental health


Jessica Chock-Goldman, LCSW is the School Social Worker at Stuyvesant High School.  She is currently a Doctoral Candidate at NYU School of Social Work focusing on restructuring how mental health and suicidal ideation are addressed within the Department of Education (DOE).  She is a Guest Lecturer at NYU School of Social Work, Lehman College School of Social Work, and a member of the DOE Guidance Leadership Committee, working with School Social Workers and School Counselors to address racism and oppression in DOE.  She also started the first Peer-to-Peer support group for school clinicians, providing peer supervision regarding the upswing of suicidal ideation, self-harm and drug use in middle and high schools.  She has two years of advanced clinical training at the Ackerman Institute for the Family and is the adviser to Stuyvesant’s LGBTQ club.



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