Jen Daily is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who maintains a private practice in Housatonic, Massachusetts.
Jen has spent more than a decade working in the Education and Mental Health fields, specializing in working with children and adolescents with complex trauma, mental health and learning needs. She has practiced within the Allentown School District and the Lehigh Valley Health and Hospital Network in Pennsylvania, as well as locally within the Berkshire Hills Regional School District.
Jen is an author, most well known for co-authoring the S.E.L.F. Psychoeducational Group Curriculum through The Sanctuary Institute, a world-renowned leader in Trauma Informed care. Her professional interests are the intersectionality of learning styles, trauma, and mental health, with a focus on creating dynamic interventions and communities to address the same. Additionally, she is a lead curriculum designer for the iHope network, designing group therapy protocols for web-based group therapy.
Jen has a deep knowledge base and extensive training in trauma, attachment, and learning differences, and is well regarded in the community. She's known for bridging the divides between children and their parents, as well as between families and the institutions in which they participate.
Currently, she serves on the board of Berkshire Pulse, a nonprofit performing arts school, Parish Council at Monterey UCC, Lay-member of the Committee on Ministry for the Berkshire Association of the UCC, Chair of the Planning Board for the Town of Otis, as well as serving on the South County Child and Family Wellness Coalition. www.jendailylicsw.com