Jessica Styler, ASW
Jessica received her Master of Social Work, with specialization and certification in working with trauma, from Simmons University in 2021, is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, and has been working with people with eating disorders for several years. Although helping people conquer their eating disorders is a passion for Jessica, she has worked in a number of different fields within mental health. In addition to more classical ‘social worker’ roles, Jessica has spent considerable time serving as an advocate for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence, and her experiences leave her open and attuned to the needs of survivors of all kinds. She has also served as a therapist at an LGBTQ-focused drug and alcohol treatment program, leaving her better able to help clients who are working towards more than one kind of recovery, and giving further insight into the unique needs and struggles of LGBTQ clients. This past work, combined with her unique life experiences, allows Jessica to be a compassionate and understanding therapist, and an ally for you on your recovery journey. In her free time, she enjoys reading, playing Scrabble, watching reruns of the Office, and spending time with her husband, her kittens, and her small succulent garden.