“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.” Brene Brown

Hi, I’m Jill.

In my life there have been times when I have wondered if I would survive. Times when life appeared so grim that I did not know if I even possessed the strength to go on. I have learned that things can fall apart and we can still have hope. We all deserve grace. We deserve to be heard and most importantly understood and seen. It is not necessarily easy. Things may seem insurmountable. However, you are worth it, and it would be a privilege to walk by your side through your journey and healing process.

“You can’t heal what you don’t feel.”- unknown.


While attending Graduate school I worked with abused/neglected children and their families. I also had a focus on domestic violence/relationship trauma. After graduating in 2002 I continued to work with trauma victims. I then decided to switch gears and challenge myself and took a position with Hospice. I did this hesitantly and yet it turned out to be such a gift. It was an honor to work with those nearing the end of life. I will always treasure all of the work I have done. Each and every situation and person has helped me grow, learn and heal as well. However, I decided that I needed to really hone in where my passion lies and what I feel I personally understand the most. I believe that my life experiences have given me the gift to help others. It is a calling for sure. I now focus on working with women and teenage girls who are struggling with trauma, codependency, narcissistic abuse, childhood trauma, Adult children of alcoholics and/or drug abuse.

Just some random bits about me:
I love animals
I was involved with animal rescue for years
I feed the ducks and squirrels in the front of my house
I can’t get enough of buttercream frosting
I love music. All kinds, and I am not ashamed to say I have seen Barry Manilow and Neil Diamond in concert 😊