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Jaime McNatt, MSW

Jaime has 10+ years of experience as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and specializes in therapeutic modalities that support special populations (military, front line defenders and their families), as well as family conflict and school aged clients. She takes a strength-based approach that is goal focused and trauma informed. Jaime is certified in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), IASIS licensed and trained in Gottman, Polyvagal theory, TRE (Trauma Release exercise), ACT (Acceptance-Commitment-Therapy), CPI (Crisis Prevention), MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction), and expedition/experiential therapy. 

Areas of expertise

Military & front line defenders

As a provider, and a daughter of a Veteran, Jaime has long standing passion for supporting the healing and thriving of military families, veterans/active duty and public safety responders.  As such, she is an EMDR therapist for the Veteran Resilience Project and a clinical provider for the SOF network.  Both organizations have a robust therapist directory to give Military members (off the books) confidential and free therapy.  Jaime also provides support with mindset coaching for The Green Beret L.I.F.E., a 501c3 that promotes SOF expeditions. 


  • As an adolescent provider, Jaime understands that a teenage brain is not just an adult brain with fewer miles.  Therapy doesn't need to be reserved for life-altering events or serious mental health problems. Meeting with a therapist can prevent minor issues from turning into major problems. Here are the top 10 reasons teens go to therapy:

    • Depression​

    • Anxiety

    • Behavior Problems

    • Substance abuse issues

    • Social media addiction

    • Stress

    • School & social related issues

    • Low self-esteem

    • Trauma

    • Grief​

If you're questioning treatment for your teen, err on the side of caution and contact a professional. If your teen isn't interested in therapy, however, don't worry. Many teens are hesitant to talk to someone.  Encourage your teen to try therapy for a few sessions. If your teen outright refuses counseling, you can be the one to talk to a therapist. You may be able to gain new ideas and skills for helping your teen cope better.


Trauma, including one-time, multiple, or long-lasting repetitive events, affects everyone differently. Some individuals may clearly display criteria associated with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but many more individuals will exhibit resilient responses. The impact of trauma can be subtle or destructive.

Along with providing therapy, Jaime also co-facilitates workshops and corporate trainings.  A large part of Jaime's corporate work is focused on supporting professionals and agencies in wholistic wellness, including equipping them with the emotional tools to combat work, life stress and moral injury.

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