Jacqueline Caso, LMSW
Jacqueline Caso earned her Master of Social Work degree from Rutgers State University of New Jersey, along with a certificate in Violence Against Women & Children. She completed her undergraduate degree through the CUNY Baccalaureate Program for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies where she designed her own major in Sexuality & Gender, drawing from coursework in psychology, sociology, anthropology, and women’s studies. Jacqueline has provided crisis intervention, counseling, and advocacy services to LGBTQ+ and HIV-affected survivors of violence, as well as homeless queer and trans adolescents. Jacqueline also worked in a private mental health practice with clients receiving transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in the treatment of major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, and obsessive compulsive disorder. Previously, Jacqueline volunteered at Bellevue Hospital and NYU Langogne as an emergency department advocate for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence.
Jacqueline employs an empathetic, trauma-informed, and sex-positive approach to client engagement and intervention. She believes in working collaboratively with clients to explore healing and growth, empowering them to live freely and authentically. Jacqueline is especially dedicated to creating a safe and affirming space for members of the LGBTQIA, poly/CNM, kink, and sex worker communities.