Juliet Bond, MSW, LCSW

Juliet Bond, MSW, LCSW

Juliet is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who earned her MSW and BSW degrees from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. Juliet enjoys working with couples, families, women, young adults, adolescents, and older children and has worked extensively with adoption and foster care.  Juliet and her husband are foster parents themselves.

 

Juliet’s passion lies in creating opportunities for growth between and among individuals. She believes true health and wellness can be achieved through a variety of supports and interventions in each human’s “wild and precious life.” Her approach to clinical work is through traditional psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) techniques.

 

In addition to her clinical work, Juliet is a writer. Her most recent publications include a chapter book series and a re-release of her first picture book about open adoption. That book serves as a guide for birth parent counselors throughout the U.S. In 2012, Juliet published a play about bullying, which is now being utilized as a teaching tool in schools. In 2018, her play about teens grappling with issues of racism was produced at Piven Theatre.

 

In 2019, Juliet was the recipient of both a Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Illinois and a Point of Light Award. In 2014, Juliet was the proud recipient of a city-wide Volunteer Recognition Award from Northwestern University, the Evanston Community Foundation, and Evanston Township High School.