Jasmin helps clients connect with their innate strengths and goals by integrating evidence-based, solution focused and psychodynamic modalities. She creates a welcoming atmosphere in which individuals are affirmed as they navigate and adjust to the stages and circumstances of their lives.
Having immigrated to the US as a teenager, Jasmin has a unique international perspective that allows her to hone in on concerns of acculturation and otherness. She is fluent in German, Amharic and Tigrinya. Jasmin graduated from the University of Michigan with a Master's Degree in Social Work in 2004 and has 12 years of experience in mental health and interpersonal practice with clients from diverse backgrounds in both outpatient and inpatient settings.
Jasmin’s professional experience includes work with pediatric and adult clients and their families as a Psychiatric Social Worker at the University of Michigan Psychiatric In-Patient Hospital.
She has experience with crisis intervention, individual and group counseling with survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence at SAFE House. Jasmin also worked offering individual and group mental health and addiction counseling at Home of New Vision and with homeless adults at the Delonis Center.
Jasmin has worked with people navigating a diverse range of concerns including anxiety, depression, self-esteem, relationships, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender identity, life transitions, trauma, PTSD, addiction, oppression and discrimination, sexual assault, domestic violence, grief and loss. Jasmin also has unique experience, and a particular passion for, working with the families of people with mental illness. She also works with individuals and families addressing issues of aging and memory loss.