About

Jill Pinarowicz, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist: 

I specialize in maternal/reproductive/perinatal mental health including fertility, grief/bereavement/loss, relationships, life transitions, and growth from trauma. 

Treatment Orientation/Approaches:

  • Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

  • Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)

  • Gottman Method

  • Humanistic

  • Interpersonal

  • Mindfulness-based (MBCT)

  • Post Traumatic Growth

  • Psychodynamic

When I am not helping others, you can find me hiking in the mountains, getting sweaty in yoga, finding my zen with meditation, loving or hating a HIIT workout, and/or spending time with my husband, son, golden retriever, and bernese mountain dog. I am an IVF warrior and the proud parent of a rainbow baby. 

I graduated in 2012 from the University of Denver with a PhD in counseling psychology and in 2004 from the University of Scranton with a MS in community counseling. I am currently an adjunct at the University of Denver in the graduate counseling psychology program and also provide supervision to up and coming counselors and psychologists.    What Am I Like?   Clients have described our relationship as feeling comfortable very early on. I am extremely non-judgmental, caring, and authentic. I like to be serious and address the issues that are having an impact on you, but I also believe there is a place for laughter as well. I never take notes in sessions with the exception of the intake and have a great memory which will hopefully continue. I am invested in you and your treatment. I will be your biggest cheerleader when you need the extra support and I will also be there to sit with you during your deepest pain. I truly love the work I do everyday and I enjoy being able to spend my life forming such strong relationships. I feel grateful that I get to help so many incredible people truly live the lives they deserve.   Will We Be a Good Fit?   We will be potentially a good fit for therapy if you are currently struggling with specialty areas of: maternal mental health, fertility, grief, relationships, growth from trauma, or life transitions (having a baby, moving, divorce, job/career changes, going to school, ending a relationship, etc.).  We would most likely not be a good fit if you are currently suicidal, have a severe eating disorder, or you have been diagnosed with a personality disorder. I also only treat adults.

I graduated in 2012 from the University of Denver with a PhD in counseling psychology and in 2004 from the University of Scranton with a MS in community counseling. I am currently an adjunct at the University of Denver in the graduate counseling psychology program and also provide supervision to up and coming counselors and psychologists.

What Am I Like?

Clients have described our relationship as feeling comfortable very early on. I am extremely non-judgmental, caring, and authentic. I like to be serious and address the issues that are having an impact on you, but I also believe there is a place for laughter as well. I never take notes in sessions with the exception of the intake and have a great memory which will hopefully continue. I am invested in you and your treatment. I will be your biggest cheerleader when you need the extra support and I will also be there to sit with you during your deepest pain. I truly love the work I do everyday and I enjoy being able to spend my life forming such strong relationships. I feel grateful that I get to help so many incredible people truly live the lives they deserve.

Will We Be a Good Fit?

We will be potentially a good fit for therapy if you are currently struggling with specialty areas of: maternal mental health, fertility, grief, relationships, growth from trauma, or life transitions (having a baby, moving, divorce, job/career changes, going to school, ending a relationship, etc.).

We would most likely not be a good fit if you are currently suicidal, have a severe eating disorder, or you have been diagnosed with a personality disorder. I also only treat adults.