Jasmine Green is a Mental Health Professional in the community-based crisis stabilization program at Sparlin Mental Health. Through her work in this program, Jasmine teaches individuals and families the skills that can help prevent out-of-home placement.
Jasmine was drawn to the mental health profession by the desire to gain tools and experience to ease suffering. While pursuing her Master’s degree, Jasmine completed a practicum at the Washington Early Recognition Center, providing support to families and young people who are experiencing first-episode psychosis. Jasmine also previously worked with the St. Louis nonprofit, We Stories, to help provide educational programming around racial equity, and continues to serve as a part-time fellow and co-author of their family-facing curriculum.
Outside of her career, Jasmine enjoys many passions, which include hiking, cooking, gardening, going to the movies, chess, traveling, restoring furniture and fostering animals with the Humane Society. Jasmine has one cat and one dog, a Corgi.