Being a person is hard. You don't have to go it alone.
Being a person is hard. I’m here to walk with you through growth, self-reflection, change and challenge. Together we will identify obstacles, develop goals and move through the discomfort to get you closer to your dreams, to your desires, and to yourself. The road can feel long, but you don’t have to go it alone.
I specialize in work with adolescents and young adults, as well as people facing life transitions or seeking to heal from loss, trauma or relationships. Together we will work through your anxiety, depression, self-esteem, behavioral concerns or challenging family dynamics and move closer to a more joyful existence.
Change theory, cognitive behavioral therapy, attachment-based therapy, reflective journaling, physical movement, narrative therapy, family systems, anti-racist, anti-oppressive practices, and clinical supervision services.
White, female, ultra-runner. Returned Peace Corps Volunteer. Midwest roots with city sensibility.
Anti-racist, anti-oppressive and feminist perspective.
Promote growth, partner in change, lean into discomfort, achieve balance, shift behaviors, develop coping strategies, increase self-awareness, build self-esteem and reconnect with joy.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does therapy
Therapy is a tool for healing, transformation and personal growth. Together we will form a therapeutic relationship to promote change. You’ll identify challenges and I’ll apply evidence-based therapeutic interventions, self-reflective practices and mindfulness techniques to co-create a roadmap to achieve your goals. There may be some unexpected turns, but you won’t have to go it alone.
What happens during the first session?
You arrive as your full self and I’ll provide the space and time to explore what’s really going on. There will be time to discuss what brings you into the office, in search of therapy and what you’re looking for in the therapeutic relationship. I will talk to you about my approach and ways we might move forward. Then get some feedback from you about thoughts and feelings regarding next steps.
Do you provide clinical supervision?
Yes! I am a SIFI Certified clinical social worker in New York state and hold a Post Masters Certificate in Clinical Supervision from New York University. I provide supervision for practitioners accumulating clinical hours, as well as other mental health practitioners looking to explore and deepen their practice.
So when do we start?
Contact me below to set up a free phone consultation.
Jill Nawrocki, LCSW | JillNawrockiLCSW@gmail.com