Meet Our Therapists
Jason Hill, LCSW
When we become willing to openly discuss whatever is troubling us with an experienced and understanding professional, things change. And change is good! You and I will determine what your goals are, what motivates you, and what is working well for you already. By focusing on solutions, instead of problems, we can improve mood, self-esteem, relationships, self-concept and more in a relatively short period of time. We can also discover how our past experiences color our thoughts and feelings about the present, and decide whether or not these thoughts and feelings are working for us and if not, I will help you to find a new way forward.
Training and Education
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in New York State. I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance from Oberlin Conservatory and a Masters’ Degree in Social Work from Rutgers University. I take a client-centered and solution-focused approach, utilizing a blend of cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic styles. I focus on uncovering what motivates my clients, as we build on what is already working.
I am trained to work with adults, primarily though I also work with older adolescents. I have received training and work experience at several agencies in New York City, including Mt. Sinai Beth Israel, Inter-Care, Argus Community, START Treatment and Recovery Centers, CHE Behavioral Health, and Metropolitan Center for Mental Health.
Over the course of my 12 years of training and work in this field, I have practiced in different settings and with a diverse clientele. However, I have specialized in community-based outpatient clinics. I have a special interest in working with artists and musicians and with those struggling with substance mis-use.