- Anxiety and Stress
- Depression and Sadness
- Grief and Loss
- Life Transitions
- Relationships and Communication
Dr. Hilbert has assisted with data collection of NIMH research, volunteered many years at one of the largest psychotherapy symposiums in the country, and was a teaching assistant at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She is fluent in French.
Dr. Jessica Hilbert
We’ll start by helping you feel safe enough to sit and explore the feelings, thoughts, or events that most of us usually choose to avoid. While it’s not easy, this is important because these are the things that crop up that make our lives worse. Instead, I want to help you to face and honor them so you find relief and strength.
Through curiosity and openness, you and I will collaborate to uncover and follow clues that your mind and body are giving as you strive to grow and heal.
I hope you not only achieve goals you came to therapy with but also find you have grown in ways you didn't expect.Jessica Hilbert, Psy.D. Therapist DC
I became a psychologist so that I could help people by hearing their stories, be a witness to people’s joys and pains, and hopefully leave a positive mark on the lives of those I work with.
In the end, I hope that you gain a sense that you do not have to endure life’s struggles alone.
- Postdoctoral Fellowship in Psychology at the Malachite Institue for Behavioral Health
- Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
- Pre-Doctoral Internship in Professional Psychology at The Chicago School Community Consortium
- B.A. in Psychology and Dance from Sarah Lawrence College