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What is in a name? Lilliheil Consulting is based on the principle that who we are today is a combination of both our past and our present.  We are all born with a gentetic predisposition to certain personality traits and characteristics.  However, our upbringing and life experiences shape and mold us into who we are today, allowing us to branch out into new directions for our future.  It is a combination of these roots and branches that allow us to succeed in life.  Some things may come more naturally to us, while other things may require us to work harder or try a new approach to life.

My roots are as a Lillibridge.  I come from two charismatic and loving parents who both chose the field of psychology.  My upbringing taught me the value of honesty, integrity, transparency, empathy and the importance of communication.   I took these values and forged my own path in life.  This path has led to both successes and challenges.  It is these hills and valleys I walk through as an adult, as a Heilman, that have continued to shape me into the professional I am today.  I have brought together both my past and present, to create a company I am proud of.  Lilliheil Consulting works to support individuals as they too grow to reach their highest potenital in life.

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Founder, Lilliheil Consulting

Dr. Jillian Lillibridge Heilman is a Public Speaker, Disability Specialist, Adjunct Professor, Executive Coach, and PeopleMap Trainer. Through her professional endeavors, Dr. Heilman shares her expertise on personality types, communication strategies, and leadership development to help individuals and corporations maximize their potential in both their professional and personal lives. For the past 15 years, Dr. Heilman has conducted workshops, keynote speeches and one-on-one coaching in the areas of disability advocacy, disability education, personality assessments, communication skills, leadership development, conflict resolution, learned optimism, mentorship, and stress management. 

Dr. Heilman earned her doctorate degree in Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Florida and is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and completed her certification as a PeopleMap Systems trainer.  Dr. Heilman works full-time as the Director of Student Accessibility Services at Connecticut College and also serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of South Florida.  Dr. Heilman currently resides in East Haddam, Connecticut with her husband and children.

In her spare time, Dr. Heilman and her husband founded a non-profit in their daughter’s memory, the Halle Grace Foundation, that services children with disabilities and supports their families as they face the medical challenges associated with chronic illness.


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