I am glad you found my website. I know that looking for a therapist in Chicago can be overwhelming. There are so many options that it can be hard to decide who would be a good fit. I hope you take a bit of time to browse the different parts of my website. Or better yet, feel free to connect with me.
I also understand that if you are here, that means you are probably worried about how life is going for yourself or someone you love. I get it. It can be scary, especially if you have not been to therapy before. While many people I see come because they are trying to heal from trauma or find sex addiction treatment, I know there are many different reasons why people come to therapy.
As in any other relationship, feeling a safe and trusting connection with a therapist is very important. To learn more about my approach and background, please visit the About Me section. You can also get a sense of who I am by visiting my Blog and reading some of my articles. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.
I look forward to connecting with you, if not now, perhaps some time in the near future. You are taking an important step by starting this search. Wherever that journey might take you, I wish you nothing but the best.
Therapist in Chicago and Lincolnwood
I am part of Wellington Counseling Group, a psychotherapy group practice with three locations. Most of the days I work out of Lakeview (Wellington and Sheffield), and a couple of times a week I work in Lincolnwood (Cicero and Touhy).
For the exact address, please visit my Contact page.
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