Jillian Elliott, LMSW
Licensed Masters’ Social Worker, Glastonbury
Three words that describe Jillian: Empathetic, goal-directed, and disciplined.
“Social work is not just a profession; it’s a guiding light that illuminates the path toward positive change, one compassionate act at a time.”
Jillian Elliott, LMSW, is a dedicated and licensed Master of Social Work practitioner based in Connecticut. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Southern Connecticut State University and furthered her education at Fordham University, earning her Master’s degree. Jillian has been working in the mental field and has focused her work primarily on children, adolescents, young adults, and their families. She is enthusiastic about helping children and teens through the difficult and stressful journey of adolescence and adulting.
Utilizing a solution-focused approach and client-centered treatment methodology, Jillian is resolute in her pursuit of providing unwavering support to her clients throughout their therapeutic journey. Her unwavering passion is evident in her work with children of all ages and adults who grapple with anxiety disorders, mood disorders, personality disorders, trauma recovery, ADHD, LGBTQ+ issues, and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Jillian is well-versed in an array of therapeutic modalities, including CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), Structural Family Therapy, and TF-CBT (Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy). Her proficiency extends to cultivating therapeutic alliances through collaborative efforts, fostering connections, and nurturing trust.
Beyond her professional endeavors, Jillian treasures her leisure time by engaging in activities such as spending quality moments with family and friends, as well as maintaining an active lifestyle through exercise. Her commitment to social work and genuine empathy for those she serves define her as a dedicated advocate for holistic well-being and positive transformation.
- Individual counseling for children, adolescents, young adults, and families.
- Parenting, relationship and family problems, divorce, or blended families.
- Anxiety, Depression, Behavioral Disorders, ADHD, Autism, Trauma, and Personality Disorders.
- Communication Issues and Life Stage adjustment issues.
- Issues regarding sexuality and gender, LGBTQ+ counseling
- Stress, panic, obsessive compulsive disorder, and phobias