Jamie L. Nappi
Professor Nappi has worked as a clinical social worker in juvenile justice, children’s system of care, community mental health, and hospital based crisis intervention. She currently is in part-time private practice specializing in trauma and related clinical presentations from anxiety, depression, personality disorders, chronic illness and addiction, as well as providing clinical supervision to LCSW candidates.
Professor Nappi also support the School of Social Work’s Professional Education Program including Introduction to Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy and Radical Acceptance, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
MSW , Fordham University
BSW, Misericordia University
Current research interests include intergenerational trauma, neurobiology of trauma, somatic processing of trauma, and mindfulness based psychotherapy.
Invited panelist for Terror of White Supremacy panel discussion held at Monmouth University during October 2019
2017 Outstanding Adjunct Award, Monmouth University
Frequently Taught Classes
Recently Taught Classes
- SW-665-02 - Advanced Clinical Practice With Children
- SW-665-50 - Advanced Clinical Practice With Children
- SW-605-01 - Clinical Practice With Families and Children
- SW-105-02 - Introduction to Social Work