Socialworkup aims to support your mental health every step of the way. If you’re ready for therapy, socialworkup Therapy offers you teletherapy sessions with Jasmine Chandy, a licensed therapist and clinical social worker from Chicago, IL. If you’re not ready for therapy but want to learn more about how the mind works, you can explore the blog and social media pages for regular content and activities. If you’ve been in therapy and want to keep the healing momentum going, socialworkup offers you a community of other individuals seeking to continually learn more about their mental health, too.
Jasmine is a therapist and clinical social worker based in Chicago, IL. She has served hundreds of clients in tending to their psychosocial needs over the past 6 years. Jasmine has worked within nonprofit grief organizations, medical settings, and therapy platforms. She has also presented lectures at the state and national levels to increase education around mental health. Jasmine aims to meet people where they are in their journey and partner with them to reach their goals. Her primary focus is on teens and adults experiencing anxiety, depression, OCD, or grief.
Modern Family, Parks and Recreation, The Home Edit
Cooking and long outdoor walks
Cozy outfit, warm drink, and learning all about mental health
Long drives with music, connecting with a childhood family/friend, or a good workout at Shred415
“It’s not how much you do but how much love you put in the doing.”
A clinical social worker will help you to empower yourself by respecting your own process and readiness. While helping you strengthen your personal relationships, the therapist-client relationship in therapy is designed to serve as a part of your healing, too.
Social workers pursue social change efforts by promoting the connection to the needs of all, especially those who have limited access. In therapy, there is an additional layer that ensures you will have access to the information, services, and resources you need.
There are systems that play a role in our lives on different levels - personal, family, community, and society. With knowledge of the interplay of these systems, we have the ability to examine issues and explore solutions from multiple angles.
Every individual has a unique combination of their upbringing, experiences, and cultural and ethnic diversity that makes them who they are. Social workers hold ethical standards to respect the dignity and worth of every individual, ensuring you will be supported and valued for exactly who you are.