Susan Jasko MSW, LICSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
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.”
Ivy Johnson MSW, LGSW
Clinical Social Work Fellow
Ivy Johnson (she/hers) is a Social Work Fellow at Hamm Clinic. Ivy received a bachelor’s degree in family social science and a master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of Minnesota. She provides adult therapy to individuals and groups at Hamm Clinic, while also receiving clinical training and supervision. Ivy has worked at Hamm Clinic since July 2019, and her fellowship will be completed in July 2021. Ivy’s framework for psychodynamic therapy is rooted in relational, client-centered care. Ivy approaches her work using an anti-oppressive/anti-racist lens to provide culturally-responsive and trauma-informed care. She strongly believes in the power of relationships and supporting clients as they heal and grow. Ivy has previously received training at CornerHouse – Interagency Child Abuse Evaluation Center and Andersen United Community School (Minneapolis Public Schools).