Jacqueline Brill received her Bachelor of Arts at Trenton State University in 1970, and her Master of Arts in counseling Psychology from Antioch New England University in 1982. She worked in community mental health agencies as an outpatient counselor in Brattleboro and Bennington, Vermont, before relocating to Lebanon, NH, in 1986. She worked in the Treatment Center at Alice Peck Day Hospital as a counselor in a residential alcohol and drug treatment center which was affiliated at the time with Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. You will find her to be a dedicated counselor with 35 years of experience.
Jacqueline has been treating adults, in both individual and couples counseling, in Lebanon, NH since 1988 in an outpatient setting. Her building is handicapped accessible with plenty of parking right outside the building. There is privacy, quiet, and anonymity in the setting.
Jacqueline uses traditional methods of treating people: a careful understanding of each person is key. Once she understands what you are trying to accomplish and realizes what you need help with, she is able to suggest solutions, help you to work through difficulties , so that you can resolve whatever issues you are dealing with. Techniques include dynamic understanding, cognitive behavioral suggestions, and depth counseling. Her practice in known for her warmth, her professionalism, her attention to detail, and her compassionate care for everyone she works with. She is a dedicated therapist with exceptional understanding.
Her interests include classical piano performance, healthy living, time with family and friends.