JILL FREEMAN, M.A., LMHC
Jill is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (MH-13784).
Her background includes 10 years as a life coach and a career counselor while currently she provides mental health counseling and therapy to individuals and couples. Jill’s passion is to help empower people to have a peace of mind, wonderful relationships, and a stable sense of self-esteem. Jill has experience in Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Addictions, family systems, and relationship-building for couples and families.
She enjoys working with a broad range of issues, with a concentrated focus both on healing hearts from childhood wounds as well as skills-development in order to enrich and heal relationships. Whether working with individuals or with couples, Jill seeks to help every individual feel safe, valuable, and in a trusted environment where goals can be met and growth can occur.
Depending on your individual needs, Jill will use different methods of therapy. Cognitive-behavioral therapy, Psychodynamic, Solution/Strength-based, and bio-psycho-spiritual counseling approaches are the basic theoretical foundation of her work with clients. At times she’ll dive into areas such as skills training, re-parenting, role-playing, modeling of behaviors, cognitive restructuring and teaching of relaxation and emotional regulation skills.
Jill provides individual and couples counseling, groups, workshops and seminars for the community.