Jessica Lin is a psychotherapist who specializes in working with immigrants/expats and those healing from trauma. Jessica graduated in 2015 with a bachelor's in Psychology and Philosophy from Brandeis University, in which she was clinically trained to work with young adults, adults, and the elderly with severe mental health disorders. She later on worked at a non-profit organization (ATASK) to assist survivors of domestic violence, specifically but not exclusively Asian immigrants and refugees.
Jessica also holds a master's degree in Cognitive Semiotics from Aarhus University, in which she researched the manifestation of language in schizophrenia. She co-presented this research at the 2021 Congress of the Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS).
Jessica aims to integrate her experiences in therapy by honing in on the relationship between language, emotions, and the body and emphasizes a client-centered approach in her sessions.