Nice to meet you, I’m Jill
I believe therapy is best when done in a judgment-free, safe environment. My approach is to be a partner with my clients in a journey through struggles and successes on the way to a better, more empowered life. Along this path, I can offer encouragement as well as support while seeking to help others feel deeply understood no matter where they are coming from.
My background is working with families as well as individual adults and adolescents. I have experience working with chemical dependency, family strain, blocks in communication patterns, anxiety, depression, self-harm, and low self-esteem. I am open to seeing individuals, couples, and families.
I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Dependency and Community Psychology. While obtaining my degree I became very interested in how family can impact people’s day-to-day lives. I went on to earn a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.
My approach is based mostly in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) though I like to draw from many counseling theories and approaches. I offer a realistic approach that focuses on identifying what is in your control and how choices impact one another.
I am not in-network with Health Partners. Maple Grove Therapy and Wellness has several therapists who are in-network. Please continue to read through other bios to see if they might be a fit or call with questions.
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