Jessica Beauchamp, LCSW, SAS, SOTS has over 14 years of experience in the human services field. She earned her undergrad has 15+ years of experience in the human services field. She earned her graduate degree from Michigan State University. Areas of knowledge includes case management, administration, management, counseling, and program development. Jes worked in Community Mental Health (CMH) agencies for several years and in 2016 opened her own private mental health practice.
With CMH she provided crisis intervention services and worked closely with the court system and Chapters 51 and 55. She also worked in several roles within Comprehensive Community Support (CCS), Community Support Teams (CST), and Children’s Long-Term Services (CLTS) programs.
In private practice Jes specializes in blended families, substance abuse/addiction, special populations (farmers, first responders, and medical staff), couples counseling, and mood disorders. Jes offers unique services in that a majority of the treatment takes place in the community, nature, or the client home. She also contracts and consults with local practitioners and several agencies around the state of WI.
Jes has presented to a variety of audiences on topics including: wraparound, assessing and managing suicide risk, crisis/safety planning, substance use/abuse, ethics/boundaries, and documentation/note writing.