Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Jeff Burns is an experienced clinician providing therapeutic services since 1999 treating adolescents and adults. He has worked with clients of varying ethnicity, religious, and sexual orientation for individual, family, and couples counseling. He has been trained in the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS), and the evidence based models of Functional Family Therapy (FFT) and Aggression Replacement Training (ART). He also volunteers at Hesed House Homeless Shelter.

“I have a passion for the therapeutic process and am determined to provide the utmost quality of care. I provide a warm and supportive environment for clients and their family’s to feel safe and comfortable when addressing life obstacles. I strive to increase client self-awareness and insight that allow for personal growth for all ages and stages of development. Empowerment is key for clients to take healthy risks so that they may achieve their goals and build more internal motivation. I feel it is important to find balance in life, and I am committed to helping you attain the well-being you desire.”


Psycho Social Evaluations
Mental Health Assessment

Assessment for referrals for psychological testing if clinically appropriate

Conditions Treated

Adjustment Disorder
Panic Disorder
Oppositional Behavioral

Life Transitions
Parent-child issues
Men’s issues
Relational issues
Family conflict
Work/life balance
Difficulty with emotional expression/regulation

Treatment Options

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Family systems
Solution Focused
Strength Based
Person Centered
Insight Oriented

Anger Management
Building Coping Skills
Stress Management
Conflict Resolution
Social Skills
Communication skills

Education & Experience

• Bachelors of Science
• Masters of Social Work
• Licensed Clinical Social Worker
• Member of the National Association of Social Workers
• Trained in Functional Family Therapy (FFT)
• Trained in Aggression Replacement Training (ART)