Zoe Jack earned her Master’s degree in social work from the University of Maryland where she specialized in clinical work with families and children. Zoe has over four years of experience working with adults, adolescents, and children in a therapeutic capacity. Some of her professional experiences include practicing in the deserts of Utah as a wilderness therapy guide and working in the forests of Vermont as a behavior interventionist for individuals exposed to early trauma. In 2017, Zoe had the opportunity to thru hike the 2,190 mile Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine, solidifying her therapeutic philosophy that connection and presence lead to meaningful healing and growth.
Zoe also holds her registered yoga teacher certification through the Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Maryland and believes in bringing holistic, grounded approaches to each therapeutic relationship.
Trained as a social worker, Zoe is a proponent of the person in environment model and the therapeutic philosophy of Carl Rogers. In her work with individuals, she believes in nurturing client centered reflection and insight for worthwhile change. Additionally, Zoe incorporates consideration of family and group dynamics into her work and enjoys being a part of the progress and wisdom stemming from family therapy. Where possible and when beneficial to the client, Zoe integrates nature-based therapeutic methods including mindfulness and grounding exercises to assist a client in attuning to their most esteemed and whole self.
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Individuals: $125 Intake (90-min); $100 Follow-Up (45-min)
Couples: $150 (90-min)
Families: $175 (90-min)