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Zachary Y. Jaime MA, MSW, LMSW

Senior Clinical Social Worker

Degree:   Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work

Mental Health License:   Licensed Masters Level Social Worker

University:   Grand Valley State University

Age Groups Served:   Children through Older Adults

Therapy Types:   Individual, Couples, Family, and Group Therapy

Treatment Types:

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

  • Behavioral Activation Therapy

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Cognitive Behavioral Systems Analysis of Psychotherapy

  • Collaborative Problem Solving

  • Cognitive Reprocessing Therapy for Trauma

  • Gottman Couple’s Therapy

  • Integrated Behavioral Therapy for Couples

  • Motivational Interviewing

  • Parent Management Training

  • Relapse Prevention for Addictive Behaviors

  • Schema Focused Therapy

  • Trauma Informed Treatment

Professional Information:

Zachary has two Master’s Degrees, his first is from Western Michigan University in Anthropology. His second is in Social Work from Grand Valley State University.  Zak was in the Marine Corps from 1999-2005, he served in Kuwait and Iraq in 2003 as a part of the initial invasion of Iraq as an infantryman.  Zak has worked at Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health as a Clinical Access Specialist for 3 years, Saginaw County Jail as a Social Worker and Therapist for 3 years, and at the VA as a Suicide Prevention Specialist for approximately 15 months.  He founded a nonprofit with his wife Amanda called It Takes a Warrior a 501©3 nonprofit agency that functions in a multitude of areas to help Veterans, although primarily helps Veterans whom cannot receive mental health services at the VA.   Zak enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families using a variety of methods including cognitive-behavioral therapy, acceptance & commitment therapy, and trauma informed care. 

Personal Information:

In his spare time, Zak enjoys spending time with his wife and four children, camping, reading (especially comic books), and watching zombie movies

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