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Rubby Jarrett

Human Resource Manager

Rubby Jarrett (She/Her) is the Human Resource Manager at Hamm Clinic. She has over six years of experience as a Human Resource Professional. Rubby has a passion for helping people and believes that everyone has a role to play in making the world a better place.

With a strong foundation in academic excellence from the University of Nigeria where she earned her bachelor’s degree in management, she has since channeled her skills and knowledge into the field of human resources, dedicating over six fruitful years to understanding and enhancing the employee experience.…

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Rubby Jarrett (She/Her) is the Human Resource Manager at Hamm Clinic. She has over six years of experience as a Human Resource Professional. Rubby has a passion for helping people and believes that everyone has a role to play in making the world a better place.

With a strong foundation in academic excellence from the University of Nigeria where she earned her bachelor’s degree in management, she has since channeled her skills and knowledge into the field of human resources, dedicating over six fruitful years to understanding and enhancing the employee experience.Throughout her career in HR, she has prided herself on her ability to navigate complex interpersonal dynamics, ensuring that policies align with the greater good of the company while also advocating for a respectful and fulfilling work environment for all employees. Her commitment has not only been to recruit and retain top talent but also to foster a culture of continuous learning and improvement.As an HR professional, she has honed her skill set in areas such as talent management, organizational development, employee relations, and compliance. She is known for her proactive approach to problem-solving, adaptability to change, and her ability to stay ahead of industry trends to implement the most effective HR strategies.Balancing a demanding career with a vibrant family life, she continues to apply the same principles of respect, communication, and empathy at home that have brought her success professionally. This harmonious integration of work and personal life not only enriches her day-to-day experiences but also provides her with a profound sense of fulfillment, making every challenge worthwhile

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Susan Jasko , MSW, LICSW

Asylum Assessment Coordinator and Psychotherapist

Susan Jasko, LICSW holds an MSW degree from Fordham University. She completed an intensive three-year program at the National Institute for Psychotherapies in New York City with a specialization in psychoanalytic psychotherapy with children and adolescents. She is a psychotherapist and supervisor at Hamm Clinic, where she coordinates documentation services for clients seeking assistance with immigration issues.…Read Bio

Susan Jasko, LICSW holds an MSW degree from Fordham University. She completed an intensive three-year program at the National Institute for Psychotherapies in New York City with a specialization in psychoanalytic psychotherapy with children and adolescents. She is a psychotherapist and supervisor at Hamm Clinic, where she coordinates documentation services for clients seeking assistance with immigration issues. Ms. Jasko has thirty years of clinical experience with children, adults and families. Prior to the Hamm Clinic she worked for nine years at the Center for Victims of Torture, providing diagnostic evaluation and treatment services to clients, and clinical supervision of staff.

Ms. Jasko is a Community Faculty Member at the University of Minnesota School of Social Work, where she teaches Family Therapy. She regularly presents on topics related to trauma at various agencies in the Twin Cities, and trains federal asylum officers to prepare them to interview torture survivors. Ms. Jasko is licensed by the Minnesota Board of Social Work as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker.

“I continue to learn from my clients. I am convinced of the resiliency of the human spirit, and a trusting therapeutic relationship can foster healing and growth at any stage of life. By working together, change is possible.”

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Ivy Johnson , MSW, LICSW

Group Coordinator and Psychotherapist

Ivy Johnson (she/her/s) is a staff therapist who primarily provides individual and group therapy at Hamm Clinic. She received a bachelor’s degree in Family Social Science and a master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Ivy completed a clinical social work fellowship at Hamm Clinic and has over four years of combined experience providing psychotherapy, groups facilitation, client advocacy, crisis intervention, and school social work.…Read Bio

Ivy Johnson (she/her/s) is a staff therapist who primarily provides individual and group therapy at Hamm Clinic. She received a bachelor’s degree in Family Social Science and a master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Ivy completed a clinical social work fellowship at Hamm Clinic and has over four years of combined experience providing psychotherapy, groups facilitation, client advocacy, crisis intervention, and school social work. She believes that change and healing happen in relationships through collaboration, curiosity, compassion, and humility. She holds a non-judgmental and warm space for clients to share their stories as they feel ready. Ivy strives to integrate an anti-racist/anti-oppressive cultural lens into all client services and engages in continuous critical examination of her own identities.

Ivy has experience working with survivors of abuse, complex trauma, domestic violence, and family violence, as well as those processing through depression, anxiety, PTSD, relational and family conflict, grief, and loss. Ivy believes that no one heals in isolation and trauma thrives in silence. She is incredibly passionate about group work and believes in the power of healing through shared experiences. Ivy has training in Narrative Exposure Therapy, Contemporary Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, and Trauma-Responsive interventions. She welcomes all gender identities, racial identities, religions, sexual orientations, and ages to her practice.

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Jade Johnson , Ed.M., LPCC

Director of Training

Jade Johnson (she/her) is the Training Director and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor at Hamm Clinic. She received her bachelor's degree from Macalester College and her Masters of Education in Psychological Counseling from Teachers College at Columbia University. Jade provides individual therapy to clients at Hamm as well as guiding the Training Program to ensure a valuable, thorough learning experience for all Hamm trainees.…Read Bio

Jade Johnson (she/her) is the Training Director and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor at Hamm Clinic. She received her bachelor’s degree from Macalester College and her Masters of Education in Psychological Counseling from Teachers College at Columbia University. Jade provides individual therapy to clients at Hamm as well as guiding the Training Program to ensure a valuable, thorough learning experience for all Hamm trainees. Jade works to create an engaging, warm, and non-judgmental therapeutic space where clients can show up as their full selves and work toward improving their lives and decreasing sources of distress. Jade has experience in working with a wide variety of diagnoses and concerns, but is particularly experienced in helping people through anxiety, mood disorders, relational conflict, and communication problems. She believes that all people are experts on their own lives and stories, and enjoys facilitating positive change with the client in the driver’s seat. Jade’s therapeutic approach is relational and person-centered, with particular space given to explore the intersections of our identities and lived experiences.

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