Meet Jill

 

Learning, change, and personal transformation are in everything I do. Over time, I’ve become a bit of an alchemist, continuously discovering new ways of helping people be their best selves. This path first led me to the world of academia, where I became a teacher for students with special education needs in New York City, then a principal and administrator. My bachelor’s and master’s degrees in child psychology and special education, respectively, and doctorate in curriculum development from Teachers College, Columbia University, formed the foundation of this work.

Later, I was the director of two programs in New Jersey that supported survivors of sexual violence. I have also had my own instructional design and coaching firm for over 20 years. And in addition, I am a graduate of CoachU, Martin Seligman’s Authentic Happiness Coaching Program.

EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) is the most recent addition to my mix of educational and nonprofit experience, and ongoing exploration of process techniques and wellness resources. I was drawn to EFT/tapping because it is designed to provide tools for navigating past many of the turbulent waters in our lives, such as lacking confidence about a new experience, feeling upset about personal or work relationships, or harboring difficult memories that block us from creating the lives we want.

Tapping is a cleverly simple (but not simplistic), personal, and self-directed approach that can result in healing. As an accredited and certified EFT practitioner, I want to share it with all who are interested.

Let’s explore the possibilities that tapping has to offer: Sign up for a complimentary conversation with me today.

– Jill Greenbaum, Ed.D.
AAMET Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner

• Please be advised, while I have a doctorate in education, I’m not a psychologist, psychotherapist, physician, or other licensed health care provider nor are my services licensed by the State of New Jersey. As a Certified EFT Practitioner, I only offer my services as a coach and mentor.