Jillian Jackson received her undergraduate degree from University of Delaware and went on to receive her Masters of Social Work from Marywood University. Currently a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Jillian began her career working with adolescents and, while she continues to specialize in helping adolescents today, Jillian expanded her expertise to include adults.
Jillian uses a holistic approach to help individuals with depression, anxiety, PTSD, substance use, ADHD and myriad other issues and conditions. Jillian’s extensive experience includes working in an inpatient psychiatric setting, a community mental health center, private practice, grant writing and creating programming for adolescents.
Jillian is trained in Cognitive Processing Therapy, a specific approach to treating stress and trauma and recently presented on this at a conference. Jillian is also Reiki I certified and experienced in couples and family therapy. She is additionally skilled in connecting clients with local resources.
Jillian served on the Network of Victim’s Assistance Young Professional Board and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. Her wide variety of experience and her leadership skills allow her to connect with clients to identify the root of the issue and develop a plan to obtain goals and find peace. Jillian’s empathy and passion are evident in every facet of her work.
Courtney Marcellus is a Licensed Professional Counselor who works primarily with Children, Adolescents, and their families. She earned a Masters Degree from West Chester University, and since then has worked as a psychotherapist in various settings, including partial hospitalization programs with a special focus on adolescents.
Her treatment approach includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Talk Therapy to address issues such as depressive and anxiety disorders, self-esteem, grief and loss, trauma related disorders, as well as general life challenges.
She believes therapy should be a collaborative experience between the patient and the therapist so that the individual feels motivated, invested and successful in treatment. Her goal is to develop a trusting relationship and safe environment, to help clients realize the benefits of therapy, and to navigate through times of growth and change.