I provide individual, couples and group psychotherapy.
Although I have worked with many clients with varying issues, my specialties include issues of loss and bereavement, life-threatening illnesses (such as cancer), depression, anxiety and fertility issues. I have particular interest in working with suicide survivors (individuals who have lost a loved one to suicide), families dealing with grief and loss, cancer patients, young adults dealing with illness, couples dealing with fertility issues.
When life is overwhelming, I focus upon giving you the tools that can bring immediate relief.
Since much of my focus is grief and loss issues, I have the most experience with clients that are in great distress. I strive to concentrate on the present, focus on the future and explore the past to understand current behaviors and coping. I create a safe place where clients can focus on their goals and acquire more coping tools to adjust to life changes.
Jill Scott-Trainer, MSW, LCSWI hold a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Loyola University in Chicago and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from University of Iowa. I am professionally affiliated with the National Association of Social Work and Association of Oncology Social Work.
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