Jes Corey has been in the mental health field for the past 17 years, having graduated from George Washington University in 2004 as a department fellow in Community Counseling. Over that time, she has worked within community organizations to help provide services to those in greater need, from mentoring and case management to therapy within community mental health and crisis response.
As Clinical Director for the Center, Jes focuses on curriculum development and quality assurance, incorporating evidenced-based interventions to best meet the needs of our specialized population. She works hard to ensure her clinical team can best support fire fighters and their families on the road to recovery.
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