Returning to school at the age of forty-five, Jill completed her BA in Psychology at Antioch, Los Angeles, and went on to earn a Doctorate in Organizational Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology in 1999.
In 1995, Jill interned for a year with a family business consultancy firm while enrolled at Wharton in a Family Business Management Class, and at Hahnemann University in a Master’s Level class in Bowen Family Systems Theory. In addition to her expertise in reVisioning, Jill specializes in relationship issues in family-owned-business.
She is among the first to become a Certified Archetypal Consultant through CMED (Caroline Myss Educational Institute) in 2004.
In her role as rebbetzin (Rabbi’s wife) at Temple Beth El in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Jill developed an alternative lay-led service where she wrote and delivered sermons. Topics include, “Pushing the Envelope of our Comfort Zones,” “Gifts of a Broken Heart,” “What Ever Happened to Wonder,” “Enslaving Ourselves,” “Adam’s Sin,” “Messiness,” and “Where is the Promised Land?”
She developed and led three, year-long monthly Sacred Contract workshops that resulted in significant growth in participants.
Currently, in addition to her private practice, she works with Kids Kicking Cancer, creating a volunteer corps to work with children with life-threatening diseases in hospitals and in their homes.