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Clinical Psychologist 

License #PSY11843

760.599.5305
jprolman@prolman.com

Dr. Jill Prolman - Inspired Psychotherapy
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Over the last 20 years, I have trusted Dr. Jill Prolman to take good care of my patient’s psychological needs. She is a therapist with outstanding skills – who makes her clients feel at ease while providing practical guidance on how they can improve their lives. Dr. Prolman is able to build a trusting bond which is essential for helping people work through anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and grieving.
I highly recommend this competent and compassionate psychologist!
Richard Payne, MD
Family Practice
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Dr. Jill Prolman

Ph.D, Clinical Psychology
MA, Psychology
BA, Psychology
License # PSY11843

Experience & Qualifications

Dr. Jill Prolman has more than 20 years of experience in clinical psychology and sports psychology, with experience ranging from running large programs, a stress management and bio-feedback program in an inpatient hospital setting, to facilitating small group stress management programs and individual therapy.  She has worked extensively with clients on an individual basis, and receives many referrals from the medical community, particularly in the areas of depression, anxiety, stress management, and relationships.  Being a former professional tennis player, Dr. Prolman enjoys providing sports therapy and assisting her clients in achieving peak performance, both in the athletic and business world.

Professional Organizations

Member, San Diego Psychological Association

Speaking Engagements

San Diego Academy of Family Physicians Conference, Speaker
"Stress Management for Health Professionals"
UCSD Medical Residents Conference, Speaker
"Psychological Factors in the Treatment of the Injured Athlete"

Approach

Dr. Prolman uses her professional training and experience to create a customized treatment plan for each of her clients.

"Each person is unique and deserves an individual approach to therapy." ~Dr. Prolman

 
  
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