Meet Jamie Levine, M.S. Ed

A Message from Jamie. I'm Jamie Levine. As a child, I struggled academically and never understood why things seemed more challenging for me than everyone else. As a result, I began to doubt myself and my abilities. My struggles continued for years, seemingly without cause. It wasn't until I was in college that I was diagnosed with ADHD, and everything clicked into place. Finally, I understood the "why" of my personal struggle for the first time, and I was relieved.

Right then, I knew what I was born to do; my life's work would be helping families discover ways to help their children avoid the uncertainty and helplessness I often experienced as a child. I wanted to find struggling kids and families and help them realize, no matter the underlying issue, if they could better understand themselves and own their challenges, they could enter a place of confidence and thrive. So, I studied; I completed my Master of Special Education and worked in the school system. I learned from and worked alongside some of New York's brightest and most accomplished forerunners in the education and mental health industry. I began to see a disconnect between homes and schools that had to be bridged, and the beginning concepts for my practice began to form. Over time and experience, it evolved into something bigger - as a powerful and comprehensive program focused on early intervention and designed for individual success - to give families the tools they were desperately seeking.

Select A Respected Leader. Jamie B. Levine, one of the world's foremost authorities on helping parents deal with difficult childhood issues. received a Bachelor of Science degree from Boston University, and a Master of Science in Special Education from Fordham University in 2001. For the past twenty years, Ms. Levine has had extensive experience working with children with a variety of learning differences, such as social, emotional, and behavioral challenges, as well as speech and language delays and sensory needs. She began her career teaching at the Gillen Brewer School and at the Parkside School. Since 2004, she has worked as a special education itinerant teacher (SEIT) in Manhattan's private schools. In 2009 she founded Team Esteem to expand her reach and spread her teaching philosophies to other educators and families.

Jamie B. Levine is committed to the highest standards of education and care to advance lifelong learning, exceptional care, and quality outcomes. As an educator for over two decades, she has gained the respect of her families and the educational community for her comprehensive handling of sensitive issues - and her vital role in families' care, making decisions to protect and regulate critical life behaviors.

Jamie has partnered with educators, therapists and physicians across every medical specialty and healthcare group. She strongly believes in a transformative family-centered, self-esteem-led model of loving care designed to improve quality, satisfaction and outcomes.