|Tracye A. Polson||
Joined Apr 28 2013
58 years old
I am a clinical social worker specializing in working with children, adolescents, adults and families in private practice in Jacksonville, FL. In addition, I am an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Smith College School for Social Work where I teach master's level students in clinical social work.
I have more than 17 years experience as a clinical social worker and psychotherapist, using a contemporary psychodynamically-oriented approach. I work with clients that are struggling with relationship and family issues, parenting difficulties, divorce, trauma, unresolved grief, loss, anxiety and depression, among other issues.
In addition, I am a Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Social Work at Smith College School for Social Work and currently collectting data for my dissertation on Parenting Coordination as an Intervention for High-Conflict Families. I completed my Masters in Social Work at The University of Maryland; Baltimore, MD.
My Post Graduate Training includes: Psychoanalytic Research Internship, Yale Child Study Center, New Haven, CT; Emotional Availability Scales Research Protocol, Zeynep Biringen, Ph.D., Colorado State University, Boulder, CO; The Cooperative Parenting Institute. Hartfold, CT; Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program, Baltimore Washington Institute for Psychoanalyisis, Laurel, MD; Under Fives Study Center, Attachment Theory Reading Seminar, University of Virginia, Child & Family Psychiatry, Charlottesville, VA.