Jill Oberle is a Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor who received her Masters in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary. Her counseling experience includes working with children, adolescents, families and female adults as they face issues of anxiety, depression, interpersonal relationships, identity, self-worth, shame, past trauma, attachment challenges, and emotional regulation. By integrating multiple theories of practice, Jill aims to provide individualized care and treatment for each client. She is particularly drawn towards using methods based in attachment theory, family systems theory, and other behavior-based theories. Jill counts it an honor to walk with clients through difficult circumstances, and also a joy to witness each client grow towards living their life in a way that is most authentic to how they were created.  Her recent professional experience includes working as a therapist at Great Circle, a residential setting with teens, and interning as a counselor at Karis House Community Counseling Center, a church-based counseling practice. Jill also holds a Bachelor’s in Elementary Education from the University of Missouri.

Phone: (314)720-2710 ext. 4

Email: jill@killeencounseling.com