Jada Bradberry, LMSW, is a licensed master social worker practicing at Rappore, a therapy services and medication management practice based in the Lennox Hill neighborhood of Manhattan.
Jada first witnessed the power of healing when she began her career serving others in an undergraduate social justice program, which led to her joining the Committee to Stop Trafficking in Persons (CSTIP) at the United Nations. She developed a new passion for therapy as she saw the growth and progress of the survivors who shared their stories and realized the difference the therapeutic process can make in people’s lives.
Jada works through an AIP (adaptive information processing) model, which emphasizes the importance of exploring the client’s previous experiences and how they influence their present-day thoughts and behavior. Trauma can have multiple definitions and, if it's not processed, can manifest in mental and physiological symptoms, which is why Jada works with clients to explore the mind-body connection.
Jada earned her Master’s in Social Work from the New York University Silver School of Social Work and is trained in EMDR (RTEP and GTEP), internal family systems, DBT skills, exposure response therapy for OCD, body positivity training, clinical applications for polyvagal theory, and assessment and treatment of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
Jada looks forward to welcoming new and returning patients to Raporre.