Jeje Brant, LCSW
- 203-245-2778 ext.353
Jeje Brant is a lifelong learner and a dedicated clinical social worker, focusing on children, adolescents and families through the lens of attachment, social-emotional development, communication and collaborative skills. She supports her clients in gaining insight into the underlying reasons for their challenges, guiding them to become more self-compassionate and to embrace their emotional experiences. Jeje’s therapeutic approach integrates the understanding of the effects of trauma and stress on brain development, and psychodynamic, person-centered, motivational interviewing, family-systems, mindfulness, and cognitive-behavioral techniques promoting growth, resilience and healing.
Jeje graduated from Clark University with a BA in Psychology and minors in Art and Education, and earned her teaching certification in Early Childhood Education. Jeje earned her MSW degree from Southern Connecticut State University and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in CT. She is certified in Child-Parent Psychotherapy and has completed Level I PACT (Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy). Before joining the Grove team in 2019, Jeje served as an in-home therapist at Middlesex Health’s Intensive In-home Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services (IICAPS) and the Child First program. For over 10 years, she has maintained a local private practice for individual, family, and child-parent psychotherapy. In addition, Jeje is a neurofeedback provider, both at Grove and in her Madison private practice.
Jeje lives with her husband in Guilford where they grew up and later returned to raise their three children. Jeje is an avid tennis player and fan. She enjoys hiking, camping, gardening, traveling, cooking, yoga, meditation, beach walks and watching the sun rise and set.< Back