Jessica Hallman-Holton graduated with a master’s of social work from the College of Human Ecology in 2003. She’s currently in private practice as a licensed clinical social worker in Greenville. Jessica provides individual and group psychotherapy, and specializes in treating trauma, grief and loss, and substance dependence disorders.
Additionally, Jessica supervises and mentors provisionally licensed clinicians within the practice. She also gives presentations on various social work topics at the local, state, and national level. “Giving back to the profession is a crucial component,” says Jessica about the field of social work.
Jessica believes that internships and supervision experiences will help students become successful in social work and other related industries. For those pursuing a LSCW, Hallman-Holton suggests for students to “find a strong clinical supervisor or mentor once in the workforce.”
Jessica says she’s had many professional and personal accomplishments throughout her career. Most recently, she was elected as the NASW-NC (National Association of Social Workers- North Carolina) president elect. She begins her term as the NASW-NC president on July 1.