Jill received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from NYU.  She did her postgraduate psychoanalytic and supervisory training with the National Institute for the Psychotherapies Training Institute. She also completed a two year advanced program in group therapy from Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society.

For the past 12 years Jill has run a full time practice in New York City, where she treats individuals, couples and groups. She covers a range of human issues, including: anxiety, stress, grief and loss, trauma, addictions, interpersonal difficulties, depression, career transitions and issues with creativity. 

In recent years, Jill has integrated group therapy into her practice.  Process Groups can be a wonderful modality for those needing to address interpersonal issues in a psychodynamic context.  Her practice is considered eclectic in that she works with individuals, ages 19-68 years, who come from diverse fields and backgrounds. 

She is currently running groups for people in the performing and creative arts and career life/transitions.  Learn more about Jill's current groups here.

Outside of her New York City practice, she is the Interview Editor for the journal Psychoanalytic Perspectives: An International Journal of Integration and Innovation, where she has been working on an ongoing project, entitled Global Perspectives, interviewing psychoanalysts from around the globe. Jill is also a clinical supervisor and advisor for The National Institute for the Psychotherapies.

Jill has several areas of specialization which include:

• group therapy
• creative and performing artists
• high stress corporate environments
• grief and loss
• mental health professionals

• substance abuse
• LGBT issues
• life and career transitions
• eating and body issues