Creating the Extraordinary Student Experience

  • Jill Klotzman, Psy.M. Jill Klotzman, Psy.M.

Jill Klotzman, Psy.M.

Therapeutic Style:

My approach to therapy is integrative and strengths-based, embedding acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) within a feminist and client-centered framework. My therapeutic style can be described as collaborative, flexible, and transparent. With great respect for client autonomy, diversity, and individuality, I seek to cater therapy to best meet each client’s unique needs, goals, and personal strengths.

Professional Interests:

My professional interests include substance use disorders, eating disorders, and various identity concerns. I enjoy working with university students as they navigate the role transition from adolescence into adulthood. Areas of particular interest include gender and sexual identity development, healthy relationships, and mindfulness practice.

Educational Background:

I attended Washington University in St. Louis where I received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Neuroscience, and Philosophy. I am currently enrolled at Wright State University, where I earned a Master’s Degree in Psychology and am currently working towards a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.

Personal Interests:

In my free time, I enjoy painting, traveling, spending time with family, binge watching Netflix, cooking, and discovering new restaurants.

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