Janette Dill, MA
Janette Dill, MFT (she/her) is a graduate of LaSalle University’s Marriage and Family Therapy Program which included a one year internship where she worked with individuals, couples, and family systems. While working with my clients I am always thinking systemically. While the decision to start therapy may have not been an easy one, I pride myself on creating an open and safe space for my clients to process and express themselves freely.
My clinical concentration has focused on individuals with phases of life transitions, anxiety and depression, low self esteem, and body dysmorphia. My family work has largely followed a structural model which encourages creating strong foundations within the system to be able to adapt to psychological or emotional needs, such as parent child conflict.
The couples I have had the pleasure to work with have come in for help co-parenting, communication issues, infidelity, broken trust, relationship dissatisfaction, as well as, balancing roles. When working with couples I encourage mutual respect of differences, facilitating areas of growth as a way to maintain partnership, and hopefully improve overall relationship satisfaction or a space to part amicably if need be.
I have always wanted to help others within my career choices. My previous profession allowed me to help people in hospital or medical settings. As a therapist I hope to gain understanding and insight from my clients, just as much as they hope to gain something from their therapeutic journey.
I look forward to meeting you!
- Pennsylvania: Working towards licensure in PA