Jill Klotzman, Psy.M.
- Title: Practicum Student
- Phone: 614-292-5766
- Email: email@example.com
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.
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.
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.
In my free time, I enjoy painting, traveling, spending time with family, binge watching Netflix, cooking, and discovering new restaurants.