Jill Ellingson, LPCCOperations Director, Woodbury Education
Master’s Degree: University of Wisconsin – Stout
Bachelor’s Degree: University of Wisconsin – Stout
Licensure: Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Jill Ellingson is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who has been practicing since 2004 working in schools, outpatient clinics, and community settings. She has worked with individuals and families as they navigate life’s challenges. She has worked with children 6 and older, adolescents and adults both individually and with families. She comes from a strengths-based perspective believing that through partnering together each person’s wellness goals are possible. She would like to partner with you on your journey to reaching the goals you have set out for yourself. She uses an eclectic approach to therapy such as cognitive-behavioral techniques, narrative therapy, and solution-focused approaches to name a few.
Jill has also been in various leadership positions during her career often in program development and quality improvement. She works in mental health so that individuals get the care they need. She often says her goal is that each individual receives the right care at the right time with the right provider. She believes that is what every person deserves.
When Jill is not at work, she enjoys being with her family, reading, hanging out with their family dog, coaching youth sports, and cheering at sports games.
- Adjustment Disorders
- Relationship Issues
- Family Therapy
- Grief & Loss
- Bipolar Disorder
- Children, Adolescents: Yes, 10+
- Adults: Yes
“If I can say: Today I am doing the best I can with what I have, than that is all anyone can ask of me.””