Jade Wollman is an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW) and writer based in Los Angeles. Her ability to create accessible, sophisticated, and informative content traverses many domains. She earned the Bank of America Award in English from Beverly Hills High School in 2002, largely due to her passion for writing. She majored in American Studies, with an English minor, at the University of California, Davis (2007). Following years of writing copy, editing, and proofreading, Jade earned her master’s degrees in Public Policy from Pepperdine University (2013) and Social Welfare from the University of California, Los Angeles (2019).
Jade’s career as a clinician has propelled her acuity as a social justice and mental health advocate. Her graduate educational experiences honed her acumen as a technical, research-focused, and academic writer. Substance use disorders, community mental health, and intimate partner violence have been major focal points of her studies, writing, and social work career.