In this episode of 30 Days of Hope Podcast, Jean talks practical ways to deal with stress and concur anxiety during Covid-19.
About Dr. Jean Ollis:
Jean is a Licensed Independent Social Worker – Supervisor (LISW) in the State of Ohio and is an Assistant Professor of Social Work/GPS Social Work Program Coordinator at MVNU and a Mental Health Therapist in private practice. She has worked in both of these roles for the past nine years. Collectively, Jean has twenty-eight years of social work experience including Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Home Health and Hospice, Private Adoption and Foster Care, and WIA Youth Programming.
Jean has worked with all ages and populations but has specialized in treating adolescents and young adults, grief and bereavement issues, coping with serious illness, and relationship issues. Jean recently completed a Doctoral Program with George Fox University in Leadership and Global Perspectives – studying leadership in cultural contexts around the world. Her research focus was an examination of the global refugee crisis – with special emphasis on enhancing resilience in the Somali population resettled in Columbus.
She’s also a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), and is a National Health Service Corp Provider. In her free time, Jean enjoys spending time with family and friends, horseback riding, fishing, hiking, and traveling. Jean is an active member of her community including working with her church food pantry and serving on school and church committees.
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