Jennifer Beaupied, LCSW
Jennifer Beaupied is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 19 years of experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings and has been a licensed clinician since 2008.
She began her career in the Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Center at Broward Health (Chris Evert Children's Hospital) as a Pediatric Social Service Counselor and Stem Cell/ Bone Marrow Coordinator. At Broward Health, Jennifer assisted in the development of both the pediatric program for the outpatient clinic and pediatric inpatient services, incorporated patient and family support groups, retreats, discharge planning for inpatient and outpatient services and coordination of hospice care. She served as a Healthcare Council Member with Gilda's Club and Member of the Youth, Family, & Community Advisory Board.
After moving to Tallahassee, Jennifer was an Adjunct Professor at Florida State University in the School of Social Work. From that position, she began working at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital as a Clinical Social Worker and then selected as Social Work Team Leader. While at TMH, she was nominated Design Team Member for Development of Shared Governance Council, Member of Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare Interdisciplinary Shared Governance/ Design team Council and I CARE recipient.
Prior to joining Capital City Psychiatry, Jennifer was the Clinical Care Manager providing diagnosis and treatment for behavioral/mental health issues in patients and families, assisted in the development and implementation of both the Chronic Care Management Program (CCM) and the Behavioral Health Program at Tallahassee Primary Care Associates (TPCA). While at TPCA the program received Honorable Mention for Behavioral Health at the 2017 Tally Awards.
Her areas of clinical interest include: depression, abuse, grief/ bereavement, anxiety/ panic disorders, trauma, family conflict, behavioral concerns, autism, and coping with major life events through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Crisis Counseling and Family Systems Theory. Jennifer works with children, adults and family dynamics. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and the Maternal Mental Health Community Advisory Board (MMHCAB).