Jill earned a Master of Social Work degree with a clinical concentration from Fordham University and a Bachelor of Science in business administration, cum laude, from Villanova University. She blends psychodynamic therapy with a cognitive behavioral approach.
She partners with adults and couples working through a myriad of concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma, substance abuse, issues of race and identity, relationship and family conflicts, and career challenges and transition. Jill brings warmth and a sense of humor to her work. She approaches clients from a strengths-based perspective, believing that with support, they can find important answers in themselves.
Her goals are to establish trust, provide a safe environment, allow clients to feel understood, and ultimately, close the gap between what her clients want in their lives, and what they have.
In addition to her work as a psychotherapist, Jill has over 25 years of business experience from Fortune 50 firms to start-ups to nonprofits. This helps her to understand the challenges and stresses of navigating organizational structures and cultures.