Jacqueline Bloom, B.A., M.A., LCSW

Jacqueline is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and an Advanced Clinical Case Manager.As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of experience she maintains a private practice in NY and Connecticut treating Adults, Children, Adolescents and Geriatrics. She incorporates Aromatherapy applications of essential oils in psychotherapy, when appropriate with clients, as an adjunct to primary treatment for emotional issues, stress related problems, depression, ADHD, anxiety and mood disorders. As a result clients experience increased mood, positive self esteem, decreased worries and depression, stress relief, better focus and concentration and improved sleep. Treatment also includes clients who have somatic complaints secondary to stress-related disorders. Clients experience relief when applying essential oils to over worked muscles, sinuses problems, spasms and other body aches and pains. She helps adults in treatment to understand the energetics of essential oils and how to apply them for personal self care.

Jacqueline holds a Bachelor Degree in Sociology from Northeastern University (Boston, MA) and a Masters Degree in Social Work from Washington University (St. Louis, MO). She is studying Aromatherapy for 2+ years with Jeanne Rose, Distance Learning Certification Program and is studying Chinese Medicine: 5 Elemental Treatment Theory with Gems and Stones and Aromatherapy with Jeffery Yuen at The Chinatown Wellness Center, NYC.

I firmly believe the effectiveness of essential oils is due to natural plant life harmonizing with human life. Delicate flowers, citrus fruits, seeds, roots, leaves and tree resins can be utilized to treat a wide range of health problems facing people including emotional issues to long term stress that cause many of the chronic degenerative diseases prevalent in our world today. I help to empower individuals and believe that aromatherapy can assist people in gaining control over their inner weather.