Jessica Large MA, Ed.S, LPC, ACS is both a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) in the State of New Jersey.
She graduated from Seton Hall University with a Master of Arts (MA) degree in Counseling and Psychological Studies and an Educational Specialist (Ed.S) degree in Mental Health Counseling. Ms. Large has extensive education, training, and experience in the areas of child abuse and neglect, trauma, severe and persistent mental illness, co-occurring disorders, and forensic assessments. '
Ms. Large has been employed by the Center for Evaluation and Counseling, Inc. (CEC) since 2010. She conducts forensic evaluations and provides treatment for children and families who are involved in the Child Protective Services’ system. Ms. Large is also the Coordinator of Outpatient Services at the CEC office in Sparta, New Jersey, where she has developed a substance abuse evaluation program, provides therapy for children and families, provides court-ordered visitation for families, and supervises a team of outpatient clinicians.
Ms. Large has also been qualified as an expert in the areas of child abuse and neglect, risk assessments, and child sexual abuse by the New Jersey Family Court in various counties. She currently serves as a stand-in member of the local Multi-Disciplinary Team, which is made up of various professionals working together to support abused/neglected children through the civil and criminal systems.
Ms. Large is currently involved in the Evidence-Based Assessment Training Project and has been trained and certified in the Strengths and Needs Assessment through the Children’s System of Care in New Jersey.
Ms. Large has also been trained in the Nurtured Heart Approach and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
OPIOID USE AND CHILD MALTREATMENT
American Professional Society
on the Abuse of Children
The New York Foundling
APSAC Center for Child Policy
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American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children | APSAC Center for Child Policy | 2017