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Jacob N. Stone MSW



I have a passion for providing therapeutic support and empathic understanding for people of all
ages and backgrounds. I use a variety of clinical interventions such as Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and Acceptance and Commitment
Therapy. I use an ecological perspective, while focusing on strengths, when working with
individuals to help them fulfill their potential.


Masters in Social Work: Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, MI Graduating April 2017

B.A. Psychology: Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 2015

Minor: Philosophy and Law


May 2016-May2017 MSW Intern: Arbor Circle Outpatient Counseling Center

-Individual and group therapy with youth and adults

-Used a variety of clinical interventions such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, motivational
interviewing, and used strength-based and client-centered approaches to developing treatment
-Advocated for clients educational rights with special needs

July 2013 December 2013 Youth Mentor: MSU Adolescent Diversion Program

-Mentor for a youth within the criminal justice system for 21 weeks, meeting 6 hours per week.
-Developed SMART goals
-Used the Ecological approach, intervening at the individual, family, and school levels.


December 2016 Student Volunteer: Grand Valley State University Louisiana Flood Relief

-Provided manual labor for 3 different homes damaged by the August 2016 Flood affecting the
greater Baton Rouge area.
-Vacuumed mold spores, sanitation efforts, drywall installation, and general assistance in cleaning
damaged property.

February 2015-June 2015 Youth Mentor: St. Vincents Catholic Charities, Lansing, MI

-Weekly meetings with a teenage youth in a residential foster care group home.

August 2013May 2015 Volunteer: Destination Detroit

-Community service based trips to inner city locations in Detroit and Lansing
- Provided programming at inner city elementary and middle schools.

January 2014-August 2014 Research Assistant: MSU Child Emotions Lab, East Lansing, MI

-Video coding and data entry


2016-Present Member: Phi Alpha Honor Society for Social Work

2012-2015 Founding Father and Executive Board Member: Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity
- Helped grow the fraternity from 11 founding members to 30+
- Led and documented chapter and executive board meetings
- Expanded social media presence and arranged an article with the university
student newspaper, The State News.
- Participated in various philanthropic efforts to raise over $1000 Childrens
Miracle Network.


Mental Status Exam (2 hours): 2/8/17 & 2/22/17

Presenter: Vic Wagner PhD.

Overdose Prevention & Training (1hour) 1/11/17

Presenter: Jonathan Lanmaire, Grand Rapids Red Project

Pain: Mindfulness & Physical Health Integration (2 hours) 10/21/16

Presenters: Kyle Hinton LLMFT; Donna Kuiper, LMSW CAADC CCS; Terri Sprader LCP

ASAM Criteria VI: Recovery Environment (1 hour) 10/13/16

Presenter: Donna Kuiper LMSW CAADC CCS

ASAM Criteria Review Dimensions I, II, & III- Determining Placement (1 hour) 6/23/16
Presenter: Donna Kuiper LMSW CAADC CCS

Trauma Focused CBT (TFCBT) Skills for Children and Adults (2 hours) 6/17/16
Presenter: Samantha Akerman LMSW

Advanced Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment (3 hours) 6/3/16

Presenter: Anthony Muller

Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (1 hour) 5/12/16

Presenter: Donna Kuiper LMSW CAADC CCS


Daniel Cooke, LMSW, CAADC, ADS

Direct Supervisor for MSW Internship at Arbor Circle
Phone: 616-260-3440 Email:

Mary Ivie-Scoggins, LMSW, CAADC

Colleague/Supervisor at MSW Internship at Arbor Circle
Phone: 616-819-8796 Email:

Dr. Robin Smith-Colton, PhD, LMSW, LCSW, QCSW

Professor at the Grand Valley State University School of Social Work
Phone: 616-331-6595 Email: