Jessica Zur-Linden, LCSW 

Jessica Zur-Linden, LCSW, joined The Center for Resiliency and Wellness at Greenwich House in March 2022. She works primarily with adults and older adults, who are managing issues ranging from anxiety and depression to life transitions and grief/loss.  She has extensive experience with clients facing challenges related to anxiety/depression, HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses, recovery from substance use, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and clients experiencing significant life transitions, grief/loss, and career stress.  

Previously, Zur-Linden worked as a psychotherapist, social worker, readjustment counselor, and program coordinator for employers including the Queens Vet Center, Housing Works, Interborough Developmental and Consultation Center, and VA Maryland Health Care System.  

Zur-Linden obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Musical Arts and Theatre from Bowling Green State University, and a Master’s degree in Social Work from University of Maryland, Baltimore. She has formal training and experience in utilizing evidence-based trauma therapy, including Cognitive Processing Therapy and Seeking Safety.