Jen Nuckols Bromley, MSW, LICSW
Jen Nuckols Bromley is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with eight years of experience working with youth and families. For the first part of her career, she worked with at-risk youth and low-income and refugee and immigrant populations in Seattle. Since relocating to the Twin Cities in 2015, she has worked treating eating disorders at The Emily Program and as a school social worker at Spectrum.
She has extensive experience treating a variety of issues including: depression, suicidality, anxiety, self-harm, grief and loss, eating disorders, body image, abuse and trauma history, the effect of divorce on kids, conflict with parents, anger management, self-esteem, identity formation, sexual orientation, relationship issues, motivation, cultural assimilation, domestic violence and PTSD. She has also experienced treating compulsive behaviors and addiction, especially substance abuse.
She has first-hand experience with blended families: she is the step-mom of five children. She likes taking a hand’s on and concrete approach to healing and growth.
She has training using evidenced-based therapies CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) and motivational interviewing. She has a BA from Stanford University, a Master of Science in Urban Education and a Masters of Social Work from the University of Washington. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.