Areas of Specialty/Services, Prices, and insurance plans



  • Therapeutic services starting at $135/45mins to $175/hour.

  • Life coaching services starting at $200/hour and $400 for the day. 


Commercial Insurances accepted:

(Your co-pay is your speciality co-pay. If you are having trouble finding that, feel free to call or e-mail at and we will verify your insurance for you!)

  • UHC (all commercial plans)
  • Oxford
  • Oscar
  • BCBS (all commercial plans)
  • Cigna

If you are out of network, I offer a sliding scale (meaning an out of pocket fee that is affordable to your financial situation as well as the ability to reimburse through your insurance if you have out-of-network coverage). 

I have reimbursement forms in my office and can submit promptly weekly for time sensitive purposes.  


Psychotherapy | Counseling 

  • individual weekly; 2x/week therapy
  • couples/ marital counseling
  • family therapy
  • parenting/ co-parenting skills/counseling
  • talk therapy; TF-CBT; CBT
  • crisis intervention
  • Jillology techniques

Life coaching

  • stress management coping skills plan
  • Jillology "level up" techniques
  • financial planning
  • strategic business planning
  • life prioritizing
  • work stress management
  • personal life coaching strategies for the day to cope with events, etc.

Private Practice | Clinical Consultation

  • clinical court summaries
  • court consultations
  • For an additional $25 fee.

In addition, I offer 24/7 support only for life coach and stress management clients. I am accepting new patients and commercial insurances. Life coaching services are typically out of pocket and I believe can be reimbursed depending on which type of insurance you have. 

I also provide written court or progress summaries upon request if needed. For an additional $25 fee.





Area of specialities


Sexual issues /sexual trauma

trauma/ ptsd

obsessive thoughts/ Behavior

hypersexual/ impulsivE tendencies

stress management

work stress management

strategic business planning

suicidial ideations


parenting/ co-parenting

anger management

mood disorers

sex-specific treatment



Legal issues







What should I bring with me?

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You can expect to bring a copy of your ID, insurance card, and co-pay listed under speciality. 

Coming to therapy for the first time?

Upon arrival, you be greeted by the staff and the therapist will be notified that you are here for your appointment. Please feel free to wait in the lobby area.Your therapist will then greet you and you will meet for an initial in-take session that takes roughly about 45-60 minutes. Upon meeting for the first session, your therapist will require you to fill out consent and HIPPA forms consenting to treatment in which your therapist will go over these forms with you on an Ipad. 

You will then schedule your next appointment and be on your way to achieving your best self. 

How does therapy work?

Therapy is like going to the gym but for the best results for anything, it takes maintaining and going the required amount of times weekly for the best results.  

How do I know if I need therapy? 

  • There's a certain stigma to therapy. "I don't need it" or if I do there's something wrong with me. ABSOLUTELY NOT. And in 2018, with the stressors the world has to offer; job performance more demanding and minimal work/personal life balance, can cause a gateway to maladaptive ways of coping. Therapy is equivalent to having a personal trainer for your life that is a person that is making YOU the priority every week, outside of your personal circle. TEAM YOU. MAKING YOU and your needs the priority once a week!

What if I don't like it?

Booking a live or a 15 phone consultation will give you more of an idea of what to expect and if this therapist is the perfect fit for you. It's completely okay to book an appointment, have a first appointment and not like it. It's important to find a therapist that fits for YOU! You and your needs are the priority. I highly encourage trying another therapist. Therapy is very beneficial!

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 South Center Enterance

South Center Enterance


entering the building:

For your safety, when you first walk through the lobby, you will need to present your ID to security and let them know you have an appointment with Jillian Holguin on the 21st floor. You will then take a photo for your visitors pass and be directed to the south center entrance which will be around the poles on your left if you are facing the front desk. Go through the doors located in the picture on the left. You will then be directed and have access to the elevators that take you to the 21st floor for your scheduled appointment. 


client rights

Notice of Confidentiality (HIPPA)

This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to it. Please review carefully.

  1. Your medical records are used to provide treatment, bill and receive payments, and conduct healthcare operations. Examples of these activities include but not limited to review of treatment records to ensure appropriate care, electronic or mail delivery of billing for treatment to you or other authorized payers, appointment reminder telephone calls, and records review to ensure completeness and quality of care. Use and disclosure of medical records is limited to the internal used outlined above except required by law or authorized by the patient or legal.

  2. Federal and State laws require abuse, neglect, domestic violence and threats to be reported to social services or other protective agencies. If such reports are made they will be disclosed to you or your legal representative unless disclosure increases risk of further action being taken place.

  3. Disclosed information will be limited to the minimum necessary. You may request an account for any uses or disclosures other than those described in Sections 1 and Sections.

  4. You may request your records to be disclosed to yourself or any other entity. Your request must be made in writing, clearly identify the person authorized to request the release, specify the information you want disclosed, the name and address of the entity you want the information released to, purpose and the expiration date of the authorization. Any authorization provided may be revoked in writing at anytime. Psychotherapy notes are part of your medical records. We have 30 days to respond to a disclosure request and 60 days if the records is stored off site.



  1. If you are at risk to hurt yourself or someone else, this will be the only time confidentiality will be breached along with #2. Due to mandatory reporting laws, the law requires, mental health professionals to notify the local authorities, the local hospital, or 911 to be called depending on the situation and the risk at hand to further protect you and others from immediate danger and or further risk. _________ (please initial)

  2. You may request corrections to your records.

  3. A request for disclosure may be denied under the following circumstances: disclosure would likely endanger the life or physical safety of you or another person, requested information references other persons, except another healthcare provider, or if released to a legal representative would likely result in harm.

  4. If a request for disclosure is denied for reasons outlined in Section 6, you or your legal representative may request review of the denial. A review will be conducted by another licensed healthcare provider appointed by the original reviewer, who was not involved in the original decision to deny access. A review will be concluded within 30 days.

  5. You may request that we restrict uses and disclosures outlined in Section 1. However, we are not required to agree to the restrictions. If an agreement is made to restrict use or disclosure, we will be bound by such restriction until revoked by you or your legal representative orally or in writing except when disclosure is required by law or in an emergency. We may also revoke such restrictions but information gathered while required by law or in an emergency. We may also revoke such restrictions but information gathered while the restriction was in place will remain restricted by such an agreement.

  6. If you wish to complain about privacy related issues you may contact the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Hubert H. Humphrey Building, 200 Independence Avenue SW, Washington DC, 20201. In any case there will not be any retaliation against you or your legal representative for filing a complaint.