Dr. Wolf has a M.S. in counseling psychology and a Ph.D. in school psychology, both from Tennessee State University. She is licensed as a psychologist with health service provider designation in the state of Tennessee (License #3103). Jillian’s professional interests include introversion and extraversion, differential coping, alternative treatments to mood disorders, teaching engagement and learning outcomes, adult communication with parents, highly sensitive people, early adulthood life transitions and life span development. An extensive part of her hands-on training has been working with clients with severe trauma and co-occuring disorders. She has worked in the field since 2007 and remains passionate about her career.
Jillian has lived in the Nashville area for the greater part of the last fifteen years and is proud to call it home. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her fiance, son and five dogs. She also tries to find time to read, go to movies and volunteer at her local animal shelter. Jillian teaches at a local college in addition to her private practice.
The fact is that people are good. Give people affection and security and they will give affection and be secure in their feelings and their behavior.