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Licensed Clinical Social Worker

EAGALA  Certified

Specializations and Expertise:

A clinical social worker for more than 30 years, Ms. Dill integrates traditional psychotherapy with energy psychotherapy, meditation, and other mindfulness techniques. She was a clinical social worker, clinical supervisor, and psychotherapist in Florida; a social worker and crisis clinician for Jersey City Public Schools; and a psychotherapist with Union County’s Employee Assistance Program. She has facilitated groups on divorce and separation, and she volunteered as a court-appointed mediator for the Union County Courthouse. Drawing on her expertise, Ms. Dill has supervised social work students as well as seasoned therapists. She has been an adjunct professor on both the graduate and undergraduate levels at Rutgers The State University of New Jersey (where she was named “Most Innovative Teacher”), Fordham University, Kean University, and New Jersey City University. A passionate horse person since childhood, she is an EAGALA (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association) Certified Mental Health Professional.


MSW, Barry University

BA, Thomas Edison State University

EAGALA (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association) Certified Mental Health Professional

Certification in Critical Incident Stress Management, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Provider, Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools

Anti-bullying certification, Utterly Global Youth Empowerment and New Jersey State Bar Foundation

Divorce mediation certification, Rutgers The State University of New Jersey

Training, Association for Spirituality and Psychotherapy

Professional Association Memberships:

National Association of Social Workers

Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association


(908) 273-5558 ext 131

“Nothing is more exciting or rewarding than empowering my clients to truly value themselves, their lives, and their relationships. My approach to therapy is positive and affirmative. Clients find my style refreshing and innovative, as I pull from disciplines incorporating mind, body, and spiritual work. Research and experience have shown routinely practicing these disciplines can lead to inner peace and centeredness. I’m inspired by Desmond Tutu’s quote ‘Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.”