Jasi Curtis

Jasi Curtis, PCMSW, PLMHP

Jasi Curtis is a Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Practitioner and Provisionally Certified Master of Social Worker. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from Northwestern College and a Master of Social Work from the University of Nebraska Omaha. She currently works as a therapist in Catholic Charities’ School Mental Health program providing school-based mental health services to elementary and high school students throughout the Omaha Archdiocese.

Jasi is passionate about working with youth struggling with ADHD, anxiety, conflict resolution, self-esteem, stress, and trauma. She intends on assisting her clients to take the steps toward making positive, lifelong changes in their lives. She currently specializes in using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and incorporates Motivational Interviewing and mindfulness techniques to focus on a more individualized and holistic approach. Jasi enjoys creating and building rapport and trust with the student’s she works with to help them feel relaxed and engaged in session.

Jasi has experience working with at-risk youth in residential, outpatient, and correctional settings, as well as the school setting. Jasi also has experience working with foster care agencies and providing education to parents about child interactions and safety.

In her spare time, Jasi enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, coaching cheerleading, being outside, watching the Boston Red Sox play and spending time with her dog, Boston.

Jasi is currently in Skutt Catholic and St. Bernadette schools.


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