Jocelyn Cash-Sailor, LCSW is a dually licensed clinical social worker in the states of Connecticut and Massachusetts, with twelve years of experience with at risk children and families, medical social work, psychotherapy, as well as school social work. Jocelyn received a Bachelor in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, MA and a Master of Social Work from Springfield College in Springfield, MA. Jocelyn has a passion for working with millennial women to find their voice and transform their traumas into triumphs, so they can be the best versions of themselves.
She is a therapist at The Practice of Arthur E Cash, LICSW and Associates, her family’s mental health practice in East Longmeadow, MA. Jocelyn also serves as a field supervisor for master’s level social work students at the University of Connecticut. Jocelyn is a rising mental health speaker, sharing her expertise in self care and self love, racial trauma and breaking the stigma of mental health in the African American community. She has facilitated workshops, participated in panel events and other speaking engagements in the Western Mass and Northern Connecticut areas inspiring individuals to empower their families and make a positive impact in their communities.