Jill M. Krahwinkel
Ph.D., LPC, CAADC, CT/RTC, JSOCC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Jill M. Krahwinkel received her Ph.D. in Counseling & Counselor Education from North Carolina State University (2013) and received her Master’s in Education with an emphasis in Mental Health Counseling from Western Kentucky University (2006). Since earning her degrees, she has completed specialized training in Cognitive Processing Therapy (2021); Reality Therapy (2008); and Juvenile Sex Offender Counseling (2007).
Dr. Krahwinkel has been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2006 and a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor since 2020 and has a variety of experience working with adults, adolescents, children, and families on needs related to depression, anxiety, trauma, bereavement, relationships, self-esteem, substance use, and more. Dr. Krahwinkel has experience working with outpatient counseling, residential facilities for children, foster care, court ordered addiction treatment, and nonprofit agencies. Her approach to counseling is rooted in Cognitive Behavioral approaches with emphasis on Relational Cultural Theory, emphasizing that the counseling relationship is the agent of change to help clients meet their desired goals. She also specializes in LGBTGEQIAP+ and BIPOC affirming practices.
Dr. Krahwinkel is also an Associate Professor at Antioch University-New England where she teaches counselors-in-training and provides clinical supervision for students and graduates working towards their licensure as professional counselors. She actively follows best practices in the field and her area of foci when doing research includes counselors’ cultural competence when working with diverse clients and counselor clinical skill preparation. In addition, she advocates at the state and national level, attends and presents at regional and national conferences, and volunteers in her local community.
Anxiety & Depression
LGBT+ & Minority Stress
Addiction & Trauma