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Each of us exists within a broader context. As a Clinical Social Worker, Jodie’s approach to practice involves combining factors such as an individual’s environment, family of origin, and each person’s unique biology and perspective.  Jodie uses this to create a plan that is specific to them. Jodie was awarded a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Denver in 1999.  Jodie has spent her career in a variety of settings, including home visits for new moms, supportive housing, community health, private practice, and management roles.


Throughout her experience Jodie has developed a therapeutic approach in which she suspends judgement, using a sense of humor and bringing fearlessness to understand each individual’s unique story. Jodie understands that mental health means something different to each person. We are not simply a diagnosis, but rather something more complex—existing along spectrums and changing over time. Because of this understanding, Jodie leads with empathy and connection.


Seeing our journey through mental health and wellness as part of a natural progression.   Jodie sees her role as one in which she connects with others, learns from their unique perspective, and comes alongside while witnessing their development. With enough information, everything makes sense. Everyone deserves dignity.  In her words, “There are some paths we are just not meant to travel alone.”



Master of Social Work - University of Denver

Bachelor of Social Work - University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Karen Finck: TeamMember
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