Jocelyn Walls, LCSW
Jocelyn W. Walls is a licensed clinical social worker who graduated from NYU Silver School of Social Work with an MSW and a Post-Master’s Certificate in Palliative and End-of-Life Care. She has over 15-years of experience in the field of oncology counseling and supporting patients and families through the trajectory of illness.
Jocelyn has worked as an inpatient and outpatient social worker for the cancer centers at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston where she was recognized as an advanced clinician and most recently at Yale New Haven Health – Greenwich Hospital Campus. She has run support groups for Gilda’s Club Westchester and currently serves as a training specialist for the Zelda Foster Studies Program at NYU Silver School of Social Work, an academic training program for oncology and palliative care social workers.
Jocelyn’s research has focused on clinical interventions for chronic cancer patients and self-care for oncology clinicians and she has presented on these topics both locally and nationally.
Jocelyn works collaboratively with her clients and tailors her interventions to help them achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. She draws on strength-based interventions, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy and is consistently focused on offering guidance in a non-judgmental and supportive manner.