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Jasmine is a staff psychologist who provides direct care for students at Student Health and Counseling. Jasmine has over ten years of clinical experience and joined the Penn community in 2021. Much of her therapeutic style is informed by a social justice and anti-oppressive lens as she remains committed to holding space for those who have been impacted by systems of power and oppression. Jasmine fosters a therapeutic space that is liberating, compassionately curious, trauma-informed, and affirming. Espousing the position that the therapeutic relationship is essential to the therapeutic process, she invites folx to bring their most authentic vulnerable selves to the therapeutic space. 

As a member of the outreach committee and Let’s Talk Program, Jasmine is actively engaged in preventative work and increasing accessibility of therapeutic services across campus. This includes offering educational and cultural workshops and trainings while collaborating with students and campus partners to help meet the diverse needs of the student body. Jasmine is motivated to help those who have been silenced, erased, and disempowered learn ways to turn up the frequency of their voice and be empowered as they journey through life. Jasmine will continue to adhere to the treatment of the whole person, considering the overall needs of the student from a perspective that lends itself to understanding, acknowledging, and responding to students with very diverse needs. 

Her clinical interests include treating and supporting BIPOC and First-Gen Low-Income students, spirituality and religion, intersecting marginalized identities, family of origin and relational concerns. 

On her down time, she enjoys spending time with family, her dog, dancing, and reality television. She finds herself most rejuvenated by time in community with loved ones, or as a Philly native watching an Eagles game! Go birds!