My Approach to Helping
Jill Harle has been counseling youth and adult populations since 2008. As a Licensed Porfessional Counselor, Jill specializes in a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, co-dependency, marital issues, parenting, and eating disorders. Her office in Quakertown provides a safe and confidential environment for people to get to the root of what is afflicting their emotional growth.
Jill is a counselor that is able to provide the proper therapy style to the client's needs. Her policy is honesty and continued progress. Services provided include individual, group, couples, or family counseling. We provide a free consultation if requested.
We look forward to working with you to aid in emotional stability and a renewed outlook on life experiences. Please contact Jill for more information or if you'd like discuss her therapeutic process with your presenting concerns.
More Info About My Practice
More information about insurance and fees can be obtained by calling your insurance company or by calling the office. Jill's hours are Tuesday through Friday 10-9. Most insurances are accepted and Jill also can provide a sliding scale based on financial hardship and affordability.
My Role as a Therapist
Jill does her best to develop treatment goals based on your unique needs and perceptions of conflicts. Jill's treatment begins by learning about the client to better understand how they are affected by conflict, trauma, hardships, and other barriers to everyday functioning. Jill strives to not only alleviate the symptoms of the presenting issue, but also looks into the core of the issues that continue to affect the client.
Importance of the Client-Therapist Alliance
The client-therapist relationship is important to this process and Jill advocates that therapy is about learning about ourselves instead of fixing what is perceived to be broken. Therapy is meant to help you develop a greater sense of self and generate a mindful approach to what affects our personal growth. A therapist should learn about values that are important to the client, otherwise they should not be expected to generate progress in treatment.