Jennifer Daily, LICSW, is a graduate of The Silberman School of School Work at Hunter College and Cedar Crest College. She is a consultant for many Berkshire County school districts and regularly trains educators on topics including Anxiety, ADHD, and Trauma. Ms. Daily has a particular interest in the role of adverse childhood experiences, the effects of learning styles on school based behavioral issues, and the intersection of mental health and education.
A central tenet of her work is collaboration, and Ms. Daily has focused on building bridges between children, families, educators, providers, and wider community systems. She was an early part of the Southern Berkshire Collaborative Care Team, working to increase collaborative care between children, pediatricians, schools, and families. Ms. Daily has spent nearly two decades working in the Education and Mental Health fields, treating adolescents with complex mental health, trauma, and learning needs.
She has previously worked with the Allentown School District in Allentown, PA, Lehigh Valley Health and Hospital Network in Pennsylvania, The Andrus Children’s Center in Yonkers, NY, and currently practices in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. Ms. Daily is a co-author of the S.E.L.F. Psychoeducational Group Curriculum through The Sanctuary Institute, a world-renowned leader in Trauma informed care. Ms. Daily also develops group therapy protocols for iHope Network, a leading online mental health provider.
She serves on the Board of Berkshire Pulse — a community performing arts organization that focuses on the health, well-being, and leadership of its students, as well as The Center for Peace through Culture — a non-profit dedicated to creating communities that live peacefully and creatively, in addition to those non-profit boards, Ms. Daily also serves on the Parish Council at Monterey United Church of Christ, and the Planning Board for the Town of Otis.