Jennifer Illig LSW
We all have experienced times where we have felt stuck, had trouble adjusting to life transitions, or struggled with overwhelming feelings that won’t go away. These experiences can inhibit you from living your life to the fullest and make you feel submerged in emotions, relationships, and jobs without an action plan.
Collaboratively, we can explore your concerns, discuss barriers, and work towards solutions to help you achieve your personal goals. We’ll begin to uncover and tackle fear-based assumptions, thought processes, and negative self-talk through an action plan to help you move forward.
I believe we all have strengths and the ability to learn, grow, overcome fears, and learn to cope with life’s challenges in a healthier, active way. It’s my sincere pleasure to go on this personal journey with you to living a healthier, more fulfilling life.
Working with teens, young adults, adults, and families, I believe in treating clients as whole from a strengths-based perspective. I enjoy incorporating a mind-body connection and perspective into treatment. We’ll utilize self-care techniques and strategies, and action items for you to practice in between sessions for real-life effectiveness.
- University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, Master of Social Work, summa cum laude
- Cabrini College, Radnor, PA, Bachelor of Social Work, cum laude
Licensure and Certifications
- Licensed Social Worker, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 2000
- Home and School Visitors Certification, 2000
- Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, IADP, 2017
|Chronic illness||Divorce||Behavioral issues|
|Grief||Emotional disturbance||Family conflict|
|Life transitions||School issues||Relationship issues|
|Peer relationships||Women’s issues||LGB|
|Strengths-based||Adolescents/teenagers (14 to 19)||Adults|
|Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)||Family therapy||Couples/marital therapy|
|Mindfulness||Motivational interviewing||Narrative therapy|