Jessica Burch received her master’s degree in social work at Case Western Reserve University in 2010 and has been working as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since June 2012. She has served as an outpatient clinician in the Urbaniak Clinic, providing comprehensive assessments and evidenced-based treatment to families who have been impacted by adverse traumatic experiences, since 2015. Ms. Burch has received extensive training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, and has received additional training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and the Attachment, Regulation, and Competency Framework. Ms. Burch also works with CCFH’s Post Adoption Support team as a LEAF group facilitator and has served as the keynote speaker at past Post Adoption parent conferences. Ms. Burch is a certified trainer in the Community Resiliency Model, which is a skills-based stabilization program with the goal of creating trauma-informed and resiliency-focused communities. In addition to clinical work, Ms. Burch has received a supervision certification from the National Association of Social Workers, and provides clinical supervision to master’s level graduate students. Ms. Burch’s areas of interest include transracial-adoption, trauma and behavior modification in young children, and building resilience in under-privileged populations.