Thomas Jackson, LCSW

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Cornwall, Vermont, United States

Thomas Jackson is a member of the CMBM Faculty. Thomas facilitated Mind-Body Skills Groups at the Fordham Tremont Center for Mental Health in the Bronx, including groups for men convicted of domestic violence and abuse. He facilitated Professional Training Programs and Advanced Training Programs, and continues to provide support in Broward County, Western Maryland, and on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. He is certified in Mind-Body Medicine.

Thomas is a mental healthcare professional who worked as a psychotherapist for 34 years in New York City and Vermont, where he operated a private practice in Middlebury. In 2021, Thomas was diagnosed with a glioblastoma, and retired, though he continues to wait to see what his future may manifest. He is still deeply and passionately committed to CMBM’s work.

Thomas earned his BA from Trinity College, Dublin and MSW from Hunter School of Social Work, New York. He completed his analytic training at the Brooklyn Institute for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, with particular focus on the work of Carl Jung.