JF&CS welcomes new staff members

Sarah Martin

The Jewish Family & Children’s Service has welcomed  Greg Rieger to its clinical team and Sarah Martin to its financial development staff.  

Rieger will work with individuals requesting Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) therapy. DBT targets adolescents who experience mood swings, are easily upset and at risk of ongoing mental health symptoms. JF&CS provides skills training to help these adolescents, typically ages 14-19, manage their moods, depressive symptoms and fights with peers and parents to improve their quality of life.

Rieger earned his bachelor of arts degree in French and journalism from Benedictine College in Atchinson, Kan. as well as his MSW degree from St. Louis University. 

Martin’s responsibilities include the coordination and execution of special events. Martin recently worked as the Policy Director to the House Minority Leader and is President of Wood Martin LLC, a political consulting firm.

For more information about Jewish Family & Children’s Service, please call 314-993-1000, or visit www.jfcs-stl.org.