Jessica Campos is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Human Services with a Special Education Minor from Old Dominion University and a Master’s in Clinical Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Mrs. Campos has worked in the field as a mental health provider for at-risk and vulnerable populations since 2006 by serving in a wide range of settings, to include in-home, outpatient, residential, correctional rehabilitation, etc. Most recently she did work for a non-profit by providing individual, group, and family therapy to teenagers residing in group homes as well as day students with IEPs at therapeutic schools. She is certified in Trauma and Resilience and employs CBT interventions with trauma informed care, including mindfulness components, to support older youth ranging in age from adolescents to young adults. Her efforts have been successful with a variety of mental health diagnoses, such as ADHD, depression, anxiety/trauma, mood, and substance use, in addition to grief work. Mrs. Campos will be providing both individual and family therapy services at Treehouse Child Psychiatry. For those receiving psychotropic medications, she can link with their provider, as well as other service team members for a person-centered, collaborative approach. For fun, Mrs. Campos enjoys cheering for her children’s sports teams, hiking local trails, and playing with her dogs.