Counseling is an individual process in which you explore your life and relationships in a different way that thinking on your own or talking with friends or relatives. It is a process focused on your needs, desires, and goals.
I bring experience with many client questions and problems to my work with each individual client. I consider myself a generalist who works with complex individuals within the context of relationships critical to their lives. Familiar with a wide range of issues — including anxiety, ACOA, ADHD, PTSD, grief, depression, suicidal feelings or self-harming coping strategies, sexuality, sexual identity, sexual abuse, acculturation, divorce, eating disorders and life transitions — I have provided psychotherapy services for over 20 years. I have worked with high school, undergraduate and graduate students, and individuals from many cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds. My clients come from various walks of life, cultures, religions, educational and employment backgrounds. I work with individuals who are living in the U.S.to attend school or who are returning to the U.S. after living abroad, as well as individuals preparing to return to their home country after living in the U.S. Thus, I will bring a rich experience with the complexity of many individual life journeys to your work with me.
Chicago Psychologist Office Directions
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