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.

 

Jill Freeman has an M.A. in Professional Counseling from Richmont Graduate University (formerly PSI) and a B.S. in Psychology from Old Dominion University, where she graduated Cum Laude.  Jill is a member of the Network Institute of Christian Counseling, Inc. (NICCI).
 
 
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