Jillian is currently working on completing her master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of Phoenix. She spent the earlier years of her career serving in the U.S. Army and working with a diverse population within the California Department of Correction. As a combat veteran, she found inspiration in working with veteran in prison, in a self-help and coaching role, which motivated the desire to reach her community further in a clinical capacity.
Jillian is excited to explore a wide demographic of clients and hopes to focus her theoretical orientation around Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Person-Centered Therapy, with a special concentration in teens, grief, eating and body image disorders, postpartum depression, and military veterans.
Jillian believes that when clients are in control of their own therapeutic process, self-exploration is ignited with great strength, and transition of self occurs.
In her spare time, you can find Jillian wrangler her adventurous boys which includes her toddler son and husband, giving her best efforts to her yoga practice, or enjoying a local live music venue with friends.