Psychotherapist

Jamie Dynderski is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Connecticut. She received her Masters in Social Work (MSW) from the University of Connecticut with a concentration in Individuals, Groups, & Families. Jamie has provided individual and family therapy along with facilitated groups in a variety of settings including a youth and family services agency, hospital clinic, and in an adolescent group home setting.

 Jamie continues to pursue advanced training in working with adolescents and families in regards to trauma. Her practice approach focuses on the individual strengths of the client and creating a treatment plan to feed the unique needs of each client. Jamie has experience working with diverse clients, providing both brief and long-term treatment. Her areas of expertise include adolescent trauma, attachment, Conduct Disorders, Oppositional Defiant Disorders, anxiety, and depression. She has training and experience using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and utilizing crisis intervention services. Jamie has experience facilitating groups for youth to build social skills, life skills, and uses an Aggression Replacement Training curriculum to learn effective strategies for anger management. In her full time position for an adolescent group home, Jamie is a trainer for the Risking Connections curriculum teaching staff how to work with youth who have a history of trauma.

Jamie is in the process of pursuing various treatment modalities to advance her practice and work with the populations served.