Jessi Million, MSW, QMHP (she/her)
Jessi has worked with children, youth and families in a social service capacity for over 25 years, and the majority of her career has been spent working internationally and locally with refugees and immigrants. She has a lot of interest and experience with ADHD. Although Jessi's primary focus has been on children and youth who have experienced trauma, and victims of human trafficking. Jessi has worked in a residential treatment facility for youth, where she used TF-CBT, DBT, mindfulness practices and art with the residents. She is currently in the process of completing her training in EMDR and Lifespan Integration. Jessi believes thriving should be the natural state for all people and she is passionate about supporting her clients as they work through their barriers to thriving.
As an artist, Jessi uses art as a therapeutic process and has seen it help bring healing to many people. After completing her Masters in Social Work from the University of Massachusetts Global in 2021, she moved to Portland, where she can often be found at the dog park with her little yorkie, Mirabel.