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Jillyan Schmidt

  • Nebraska
  • Provides confidential online counseling through BetterHelp

About Jillyan Schmidt's service

Jillyan Schmidt is an independent licensed mental health therapist (LIMHP) who has been working in the counseling field since 2015. With a wide range of experience in conducting individual and group therapy, both in-office and online, as well as in school and outpatient settings, Jillyan has worked with clients facing various concerns such as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, ADHD, OCD, life-changes, and trauma. Her counseling style is characterized by warmth and interactivity, as she believes in treating everyone with respect, sensitivity, and compassion, without stigmatizing labels. Jillyan firmly believes in meeting her clients where they are in their journey and tailoring treatment to their specific needs. Her approach combines humanistic, cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and interpersonal counseling techniques. Jillyan understands that it takes courage to seek a more fulfilling and happier life and is dedicated to supporting and empowering her clients throughout their journey. She looks forward to the opportunity to work with you.

Areas of Focus and Specialization

Additional areas

Therapeutic approaches

Languages Spoken

  • English

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Years in practice

7 years

NPI number


License Details


License: LIMHP


License number: 2114

Expires at 2024-09-01

License: LCSW


number: 149.022232

Expires at 2023-11-30



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