Jillian Sokoloff specializes in grief, loss, couples, and family counseling. She has been a therapist for over 9 years. Jillian received her Masters degree in Marriage and Family therapy from Alliant International University. She spent her internship at San Diego Hospice. Her therapeutic style blends Cognitive Behavioral, Client Centered, Strength-based, and includes Personal Insight. Jillian has a passion for helping people deal with grief issues. She is a published author in the field of Substance Abuse. Through her experience and training, she has developed specializations in grief and loss, trauma, couples, and family work. Jillian works with people who struggle through normal grief reactions associated with the death of a loved one, as well as those dealing with complicated grief reactions. She believes the relationship between client and therapist is essential to growth and healing. Providing a safe, non-judgmental environment is the first step towards accomplishing this goal. Jillian will work to help you understand and change the patterns that may be interfering with achieving a satisfying and fulfilling life.