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Jillian Sinnamon LPC, LMHC


Licensing & Certifications:

  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor (FL) #MH20274
  • Licensed Professional Counselor (NJ) #37PC00933000

Professional Background

Jillian Sinnamon is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Florida, a Licensed Professional Counselor in New Jersey, and the owner of a private practice, Bloom Counseling & Co. She specializes in treating disordered eating and distress related to body image. Jillian is passionate about empowering individuals who struggle with living in their bodies, no matter their identity.

Jillian’s experience within the field of mental health ranges from residential to outpatient settings with adults and adolescents. She specializes in working with those in recovery from disordered eating who exist in larger bodies, as this is an often-underserved population within the field of mental health. Jillian’s love of working with the disordered eating population stems from her own lived experiences of the negative effects of weight and health stigma on mental health.


Master of Arts, Counselor Education, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of Central Florida
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology and Women’s & Gender Studies, West Chester University of Pennsylvania

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Areas of Focus

Jillian Sinnamon specializes in empowering individuals struggling with disordered eating and body image issues, advocating for inclusivity and social justice in mental health.

Jillian Sinnamon utilizes a number of therapeutic approaches, including:

  • Disordered eating and body image issues
  • Individuals with restrictive eating disorders in larger bodies
  • Anxiety, depression, and panic disorder
  • Complex trauma and attachment wounds
  • ADHD and executive functioning difficulties
  • Neurodivergent population
  • Religious trauma
  • Sexuality and gender exploration
  • Women’s issues
  • Somatic psychotherapy
  • Psychodynamic therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Social justice

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