About Sydney Jacobs
Sydney has provided individual psychotherapy for a range of clients, including children with developmental disabilities, college students, and older adults experiencing cognitive decline. Her clinical areas of interest include working with clients experiencing social anxiety, adjusting to life in the big city, loneliness, and trauma.
Her therapeutic focus is primarily based on a cognitive-behavioral model, and sessions include collaborative self-improving goal setting and therapeutic strategies chosen to suit each client’s specific needs. She likes to incorporate technology such as smartphone apps as a part of her work with her patients.
Sydney received her Bachelors Degree in Psychology at Florida State University. Prior to her pursuit of a doctoral degree at Ferkauf Graduate School for Psychology, Sydney worked as a psychology research assistant. Sydney’s research interests include examining social support across the lifespan.