Jillian Kane is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in New Jersey. She graduated with her bachelor’s degree in gender studies from Mount Holyoke College and obtained her Master of Social Work from Fordham University. She has also received training in dialectical behavior therapy through Behavioral Tech. In the earliest stages of her career, Jillian sought out positions that would round out her clinical training in a variety of settings and provide her with different perspectives and understandings of the mental health care system and landscape. At McLean Hospital (Belmont, MA) she held positions in a residential treatment facility and working on an inpatient unit in a newly opened facility. She currently works at the New Jersey Center for Cognitive and Dialectical Behavior Therapy where she provides comprehensive DBT, CBT and other evidence-based practices to adolescents and adults. Jillian is a passionate mental health care advocate and a compassionate clinician who actively listens and creates a comfortable and safe space for her clients. She aspires to connect clinical practice with enhanced understanding of ways to improve treatments and adapt practices to address the needs of an ever-changing world.