Jill works collaboratively with adolescents and adults with a wide range of concerns. She integrates a range of evidence-based treatment approaches to find the fit that works best for each person and their unique needs. She particularly enjoys working with those struggling with disordered eating and body image concerns, relationship difficulties, anxiety, and life and career transitions.
Throughout her graduate school training Jill worked with youth and families as a middle school social worker and treated adults with acute mental health concerns in the partial hospitalization program at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Jill is currently receiving post-graduate training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders (CBT-E). She holds a master’s degree in clinical social work from New York University and a Bachelor of Arts from Williams College.
Originally from Atlanta, Jill now lives in Brooklyn where she can often be found reading, practicing yoga, listening to podcasts, and making and collecting pottery.