Zee Hoffmann Jones, MSWI

Zee (they/she/he) is a native New Yorker, born and raised in Brooklyn. Zee has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and French Studies from Smith College. Zee gained proficiency in French through her studies. They are currently in their final year of a Graduate program in Clinical Social Work at the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College.

Zee is a career changer: they spent the first 10 years of their career in digital marketing roles at nonprofit and for-profit agencies. Zee has volunteered with Crisis Text Line as a Crisis Counselor. They have worked with the Project for Return and Opportunity in Veterans’ Education (PROVE). Zee has worked with veterans, service members, and their dependents and spouses. Zee also has experience working with immigrants, adults facing PTSD, grief, childhood trauma, houselessness, food insecurity, work inhibitions, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Zee supports and participates in advocacy efforts to aid the educational and professional experiences of their fellow classmates at Silberman.

Zee approaches therapeutic relationships with cultural humility. Their clinical practice is led by narrative, trauma-informed, and strengths-based therapies. They work with an understanding of person-to-person dynamics through a historical and intersectional lens. Zee takes a client-centered approach to clinical work.

Zee is white, gender expansive, and queer. Having grown up in a Catholic environment, Zee is familiar with its culture and value systems but is no longer affiliated with the religion.

In their spare time, Zee enjoys indoor gardening and baking bread. For self-care, Zee makes time to exercise, have at-home “spa” days, and take their dog for walks in some of the city’s beautiful parks.

In New York, Zee enjoys the access to green spaces and gardens, as well as the diversity of New Yorkers, their cultures, and ideas.



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