Paige Bledsoe is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and currently the Youth Town of Tennessee Eden Program Director. Paige obtained her Bachelors in Social Work at Union University and continued her education completing her Masters of Science in Social Work at The University of Tennessee at Knoxville, going on to obtain her license as a clinical social worker. Paige is tied to our community here in Madison County and West Tennessee walking out life with her family. Paige believes the therapeutic relationship is key to connecting with clients through a professional, supportive, and compassionate client centered approach to bring the best outcomes to achieve healing and recovery in their journey. Paige shares she found her passion early on, beginning with her role as a Sexual Assault Coordinator for a local nonprofit, WRAP, serving sexual abuse trauma survivors age 3 and up. Paige shared, “I never imagined nor thought I would work in the area of trauma and I am so grateful for the honor. I am a Christian and seek to demonstrate the love of Christ within the treatment setting to each client and within the amazing team I am grateful to be a part of each day. It is an honor and privilege to connect with clients supporting them finding safety in sharing their stories, walking alongside a client in their journey to healing and recovery knowing their worth as an individual and child of GOD. I could not imagine doing anything else.” Paige is EMDR trained, while also engaging in a variety of evidence base modalities to provide holistic treatment toward clients connecting their body, mind, and soul. Paige has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults providing individual, group, and family therapy. Paige has been a part of the Youth Town of Tennessee organization since February, 2013, (might need to check that date) beginning as a therapist on the Jericho campus and transitioning to her current role in August, 2015.
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