Jamie Siegel Nunery, DSW, LSW

Jamie Siegel Nunery, DSW, LSW

  • Lecturer, MSW Program

Jamie brings ten years of experience working among the intersection of child welfare, juvenile justice, and the education system to SP2. As an SP2 alum (’12 and ’17), Jamie’s experience working with children and young people runs the gamut. From working in Dr. Naomi Goldstein’s lab completing research on juvenile’s comprehension of their Miranda Rights and manualized treatment programming for relational aggression in adjudicated female offenders to direct practice work with at-risk youth, their families, and support systems within a variety of schools in the Philadelphia-metro area, both public and private, Jamie brings her familiarity of families, communities, and systems most in need to SP2. Additionally, while a student and alum, Jamie volunteered her time at UCC and WIRES, both interdisciplinary clinics run by University of Pennsylvania students, to support the needs of the surrounding community.

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