Jill Turcott-Nielsen, MSSW, LCSW

Therapist
I prefer you call me for information about my services or to set an appointment.
Milwaukee Wisconsin 53226

414-258-2600

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  • Practice
  • I prefer you call me for information about my services or to set an appointment.
  • Phone Number
  • 414-258-2600
  • Location
  • 10625 W North Ave, Suite 225
    Turcott-Nielsen Psychotherapy Assoc.
    Milwaukee, WI 53226
    United States

Practice Details

  • Work With

  • Adolescents, adolescents, adults, adults, children, couples, couples, families, families, Office Visit, Telephone/Online Video Counseling
  • Message from Therapist

  • With over 30 years of experience as an effective psychotherapist and life coach, I offer you a blend of training, experience & dedication with professional integrity that will incorporate your Christian faith beliefs. I use appropriate treatment methods for each individual, couples, and families, and see people from ages 4 through senior years. 

    If you find that advice from friends isn't enough and you are looking for direction and effective support then I'll help you heal emotional wounds, resolve personal problems, develop healthy relationships & eliminate unhealthy behavior patterns. Therapy means "to remedy/make better" = learning to reduce stress, feel more in control, have happier relationships, be more confident and acquire new life skills. 

    Result: BECOME CONFIDENT IN YOURSELF AND YOUR LIFE DECISIONS.

    Your progress is my primary focus. I return all calls. Contact me...and we'll talk. 

    **FREE 20 Minute Phone Consultation


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    Practice Info

  • Bio:
  • "Feeling alone with your problems? Tired of not feeling like yourself? Advice from friends not enough? Ready to talk with an experienced professional therapist? I'd like to help you.

    Excellent psychotherapy = a blend of talent, integrity, training, experience & dedication. I have undergone my own intensive therapy and lived & studied throughout the U.S. and abroad. I am an effective therapist -- committed to helping you. My Catholic faith is my guiding light in this world and in my work/vocation.

    Therapy is like taking a class about yourself. We'll talk about you -- your life -- your concerns. Result = You learn effective ways to: Solve Problems + Build Confidence + Gain New Perspectives + Feel Emotionally Stronger than ever before. My practice is results-oriented with regular checks so you'll see your progress.

    I'm here to listen to you and ask questions of you. Each time we meet, I'll be the same -- knowledgeable, sensitive, and professional (with humor).


    EDUCATION & TRAINING:
    •Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin – Madison
    •Masters of Science of Clinical Social Work from the University of Wisconsin – Madison

    - Masters & Johnson Biological Research Foundation – St. Louis, Missouri
    •Human Sexuality Therapy Certification

    University of Minnesota
    •Advanced Marital & Relationship Treatment
    •Eating Disorders
    •Suicide Assessment & Management

    University of Pennsylvania
    •Treatment of Phobias, OCD and Anxiety Disorders

    University of Wisconsin
    •PTSD and Treatment of Crisis/Abuse
    •Separation/Divorce Mediation
    •Personality Disorders
    •Psychopharmacology
    •Treatment of the Chronically & Critically Ill
    •Military PTSD & Military Family Issues


    Supervisory & Teaching Experience:
    •10 years: Provider of in-patient psychotherapy (individual, family and group at 3 hospitals and 6 nursing home facilities)
    •Instructor of Parenting, Anger Management, Stress Management, Strong Marriages & Pre-marital Preparation
    •Experiential psychotherapy instruction to medical students on psychiatry rotations
    •Supervisor of graduate Clinical Social Work students in clinical field placements at the University of Wisconsin – Madison
    •Supervision of clinical and support staff

  • Credentials, Training, Qualifications:
  • MSSW in Clinical SW (U-WI/Madison)
    Certified Sex Therapist - St. Louis
    Anxiety & Phobias - U of PA
    Relationships - U of WI
    Child Therapy - U of WI
    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders - U of Minn
  • What licenses do you currently hold?:
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Are you in private practice?:
  • Yes
  • Are you available to provide supervision services?:
  • No
  • Do you participate in any insurance plans?:
  • Yes
  • If yes, please list:
  • Most private insurance companies & Medicare
  • Telephone/Video counseling:
  • Yes
  • Please list all languages that you speak:
  • English, Spanish
  • I treat the following:
  • Individuals, Married Couples, Children, Adolescents, Families, Geriatrics, Adult Children of Alcoholics, Sexual Abuse Victims, Depressive Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Child Bearing Loss, Post Abortion Syndrome, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder/Scrupulosity
  • Other Specialties:
  • Relationship Issues, Pre-Marital Counseling, Sex Therapy. (Trained at Masters and Johnson Biological Research Foundation)
  • I use the following methods:
  • Inner Healing Techniques, Prayer, Behavior Techniques, Cognitive Techniques, Career/Vocational Counseling, Other
  • Please describe other treatment methods
  • I use what is appropriate for each individual and see people ages 4 through senior years. Spirituality is integrated in to treatment as client chooses and as appropriate. I offer PHONE SESSIONS for clients who are at a distance or homebound.
  • Catholic Commitment

    THE FOLLOWING EXCERPTS DESCRIBE THE OFFICIAL ROMAN CATHOLIC TEACHING ON CERTAIN PERTINENT SUBJECTS. PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING EXCERPTS AND INDICATE IF YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE STATEMENT. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO COMMENT ON EACH ONE IN THE FIELD PROVIDED.

    Artificial Contraception:

    "For just reasons spouses may wish to space the birth of their children."… "Periodic continence that is the methods of birth regulation based on self-observation and the use of infertile periods is in conformity with the objective criteria of morality."… " 'every action which whether in anticipation of the conjugal act or in its accomplishment or in the development of its natural consequences proposes whether as an end or as a means to render procreation impossible is intrinsically evil'." (Catechism 2368 2370) Please indicate if you agree or disagree.

  • Do you agree or disagree?
  • Agree
  • Living Together/Cohabitation:

    In a so-called free union a man and a woman refuse to give juridical and public form to a liaison involving sexual intimacy. The expression "free union" is fallacious: what can "union" mean when the partners make no commitment to one another each exhibiting a lack of trust in the other in himself or in the future? The expression covers a number of different situations: concubinage rejection of marriage as such or inability to make long-term commitments. All these situations offend against the dignity of marriage; they destroy the very idea of the family; they weaken the sense of fidelity. They are contrary to the moral law. The sexual act must take place exclusively within marriage. Outside of marriage it always constitutes a grave sin and excludes one from sacramental communion. Some today claim a "right to trial marriage" where there is an intention of getting married later. However firm the purpose of those who engage in premature sexual relations may be "the fact is that such liaisons can scarcely ensure mutual sincerity and fidelity in a relationship between a man and a woman nor especially can they protect it from inconstancy of desires or whim." Carnal union is morally legitimate only when a definitive community of life between a man and a woman has been established. Human love does not tolerate "trial marriages." It demands a total and definitive gift of persons to one another." (Catechism 2390 2391)

  • Do you agree or disagree?
  • Agree
  • Infertility:

    "Techniques that entail the dissociation of husband and wife by the intrusion of a person other than the couple (donation of sperm or ovum surrogate uterus) are gravely immoral. … Techniques involving only the married couple (homologous artificial insemination and fertilization) are perhaps less reprehensible yet remain morally unacceptable. They dissociate the sexual act from the procreative act. The act which brings the child into existence is no longer an act by which two persons give themselves to one another but one that 'entrust the life and identity of the embryo into the power of doctors and biologists and establishes the domination of technology over the origin and destiny of the human person. Such a relationship of domination is in itself contrary to the dignity and equality that must be common to parents and children'. … Only respect for the link between the meanings of the conjugal act and respect for the unity of the human being make possible procreation in conformity with the dignity of the person." (Catechism 2376 2377)

  • Do you agree or disagree?
  • Agree
  • Abortion:

    "From its conception the child has the right to life. Direct abortion that is abortion willed as an end or as a means is a "criminal" practice gravely contrary to the moral law. … Because it should be treated as a person from conception the embryo must be defended in its integrity cared for and healed like every other human being. (Catechism 2322 2324)

  • Do you agree or disagree?:
  • Agree
  • Divorce and Marriage:

    The church recognizes a validly contracted sacramental marriage as indissoluble. In therapeutic practice we are to presume the validity of a sacramental marriage "unless after examination of the situation by the competent ecclesiastical tribunal [the marriage is declared null i.e. that the marriage never existed in which case ] the contracting parties are free to [re]marry provided the natural obligations of a previous union are discharged." (Catechism 1629) "The separation of spouses while maintaining the marriage bond can be legitimate in certain cases provided for by canon law." (Catechism 1649) "The remarriage of persons divorced from a living lawful spouse contravenes the plan and law of God as taught by Christ. They are not separated from the Church but they cannot receive Eucharistic communion." (Catechism 1665)

  • Do you agree or disagree? :
  • Agree
  • Euthanasia:

    "Intentional euthanasia whatever its forms or motives is murder. It is gravely contrary to the dignity of the human person and to the respect due to the living God his Creator." (Catechism 2324)

  • Do you agree or disagree? :
  • Agree
  • Homosexuality:

    "Basing itself on Sacred Scripture which presents homosexual acts as acts of grave depravity tradition has always declared that 'homosexual acts are intrinsically disordered.' They are contrary to the natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual complementarily. Under no circumstances can they be approved. The number of men and women who have deep-seated homosexual tendencies is not negligible. They do not choose their homosexual condition; for most of them it is a trial. They must be accepted with respect compassion and sensitivity. Every sign of unjust discrimination in their regard should be avoided. Homosexual persons are called to chastity. By the virtues of self-mastery that teach them inner freedom at times by the support of disinterested friendship by prayer and sacramental grace they can and should gradually and resolutely approach Christian perfection." (Catechism 2357 2358 2359)

  • Do you agree or disagree?:
  • Agree
  • New Age Practice and Spirituality:

    New Age involves a fundamental belief in the perfectibility of the human person by means of a wide variety of techniques and therapies (as opposed to the Christian view of cooperation with divine grace). (2.3.4.1)

    It is difficult to separate the individual elements of New Age religiosity – innocent though they may appear – from the overarching framework which permeates the whole thought-world on the New Age movement. The gnostic nature of this movement calls us to judge it in its entirety. From the point of view of Christian faith it is not possible to isolate some elements of New Age religiosity as acceptable to Christians while rejecting others.

    The New Age concept of God is rather diffuse whereas the Christian concept is a very clear one. The New Age god is an impersonal energy really a particular extension or component of the cosmos; god in this sense is the life force or soul of the world. … Even when “God” is something outside myself it is there to be manipulated.

    This is very different from the Christian understanding of God as the maker of heaven and earth and the source of all personal life… God is not identified with the Life-principle understood as the “Spirit” or “basic energy” of the cosmos but is that love which is absolutely different from the world and yet creatively present in everything and leading human beings to salvation. (Excerpted from “Jesus Christ the Bearer of the Water of Life: A Christian reflection on the “New Age”. (Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue)).

    Common New Age practices include the use of enneagrams labyrinths reiki healing yoga transcendental meditation healing by crystals psychic healing reflexolgoy tarot cards palm reading recourse to mediums and psychics fortune telling and contacting the dead. There are many other practices and techniques that go by various names that are variations of these basic practices and are similarly at odds with Christian faith and are therefore to be rejected.

  • Do you agree or disagree?:
  • Agree
  • How often do you attend Mass?
  • Every Sunday and Holy Days
  • Are You A Practicing Catholic?
  • Yes

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