“Why am I overwhelmed? What’s wrong with me? I should be over my anxiety by now.” Can you relate? My name is Candice Beaton and I am an expert in all things anxiety. By coming to a session with me, you will finally be able to grasp your situation and learn tools to manage anxiety and stress in relationships with yourself and others, at work, and with family.
I provide individual therapy rooted in attachment-based therapy; drawing from diverse methodologies appropriate to diverse individuals with unique needs. I believe that presenting a warm, safe, and comfortable environment is essential for therapeutic growth. I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), with a Masters in Counseling Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Currently accepting clients paying out of pocket; BCBS IL & Aetna coverage accepted soon! Please feel free to email me at RoseHavenCounseling@gmail.com or go to my website rosehavencounseling.clientsecure.me
I am honored for you to consider my practice to assist you in navigating this journey we call life. Are you experiencing a life changing event that you are struggling to navigate? At a crossroad, trying to decide where to go or what to do next? In a time of transition with your partner, or loved one? Struggling to get along or communicate? Do you need an objective impartial party to help guide you? There is no right or wrong answer, just what is best for your situation and those involved. I am affirming and supportive of the LGBTQ+ and Poly communities. My hope is to guide you to a place of "transformation and new beginnings".
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, LCPC, NCC, MPA, PACT
I approach my clinical work with an emphasis on relationships, attachment and the importance of multi-cultural and relational approaches. I understand the value of knowing where a client comes from and where they have been in order to collaboratively develop interventions and approaches that are safe, effective and familiar. I believe that in order to truly help clients they, and I, must understand the context in which they live and learn and that the work we do in the clinical room must be transferable to their everyday life. Many of my clients are seeking guidance on how to engage in and maintain healthy relationships.
I work with children and adults to help them understand themselves in relationships, healing, and growth. Clients that I have served work on a variety of concerns: agency in life, healthy boundary setting, socio-emotional wellness, exploration of gender and sexual identity, cultural and/or racial identity, anxious & depressive symptoms, sexual assault/abuse survival, navigating racism/oppression, avoidant behavior, disordered eating, and pandemic fatigue.
I offer a warm, empathic, and collaborative therapy space that reflects my passion for helping clients build fuller and more authentic lives. I have worked with individuals across the lifespan with various concerns including depression, anxiety, stress, relationships, identity, education/career, and family-of-origin. I also have specialized training in working with college students, immigrants, and trauma survivors. Regardless of what brings you to therapy, my culture-centered approach allows me to attend to the intersections of your cultural identities and how it impacts your experience of the world.
Selecting a therapist is very personal. People often hesitate to share their life with another person, even with a person who has chosen to care and help as their life's work. I am dedicated to helping each client live their lives to the best of their ability by developing a caring relationship in which to work toward mutually determined therapeutic goals. I believe in each person's creative power, while understanding that life can be challenging and overwhelming.
My approach to therapy is integrative and is relationally focused. My lens is existential and focused on finding meaning in what seems to be an increasingly chaotic, meaningless world of information overload, technology, climate change, and social unrest. I believe that mental health goes beyond alleviating symptoms and that we have the capacity to experience greater joy, creativity, meaning, and fulfilling relationships in life. I have interest and experience working with those who identify as LGBTQ+, first-generation college students, and issues of grief, trauma, burnout, loneliness, isolation, career and life transitions.
Does your toddler, preschooler or elementary school aged child ignore your instructions? Do they whine, argue, fight with siblings, hit, or bite? Are you exhausted, do you have disagreements with your significant other about how to deal with these issues, or are you a single parent feeling overwhelmed and unsupported?
You have the power to make changes in your life! You may not yet know how, but I am here to help you figure this out. Dishes have piled up, relationships are suffering, and avoidance shows up even when it comes to things you enjoy. Sometimes situations change and pose new challenges; at other times situations remain the same and lead to feeling stagnant and stuck. Whatever your unique case might be, today can be the beginning of feeling more effective in your life. It is courageous to acknowledge that you might benefit from learning new tools and insights.
Offering a client-focused practice style that emphasizes the well-being and autonomy of patients in the areas of anxiety, depression and trauma. Offering Individual, group, and couples sessions, members of the BIPOC and Queer communities. Specializing in sport-focused performance interventions and life transition. As a therapist and mental health professional, I am dedicated to cultivating an inclusive and welcoming space for clients as I work with treating issues related to trauma, sports performance anxiety, crisis care, and family dysfunction that encompasses healing in the mind, body, and spirit.
Hello, I am Dr. Calvin Young. I am a Veteran of the United States Army where I was trained as a special forces medic. As a mental health clinician, my training includes credentials a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology; with a minor in Psychology. I hold a Master of Sciences degree in Human Services Administration and a Master of Science degree in Counseling. That credential was earned with an emphasis in Addiction Treatment and Psychometrics clinical psychology core. My academic training and credential include as well, a Master of Arts degree in Human and Organizational Development.
Therapy is a pathway to peace of mind and personal growth. I foster a supportive, nonjudgmental, warm, and empathic therapeutic environment conducive to openly discussing and navigating issues standing in the way of desired change. As a licensed clinical psychologist, I specialize in the treatment of mood-related struggles, anxiety, relationship concerns, grief and loss, self-esteem issues, and difficulty adjusting to life transitions. My approach is grounded in evidence-based practices that develop existing strengths and coping skills, promote healthier relationships, and empower people to achieve meaningful growth in their lives.
Therapy is about building a meaningful, caring relationship between the client and therapist. These bonds develop when both are fully present, engaged, and invested in the clinical work. It's most beneficial when clients and therapists work collaboratively to evaluate, challenge, and reconstruct systems-- all of which lead to a healthier and more meaningful life. My success in providing treatment comes from my honesty and genuine interest in who my clients are and what motivates them. Clients respond well to my sense of humor and the secure space I create to feel comfortable in disclosing personal issues of concern.
Life can be challenging. Maybe you have been feeling overwhelmed, confused, alone, stressed, sad, or stuck. Perhaps what used to help you feel better is no longer working. Maybe what brought your life purpose and meaning no longers feels aligned with the YOU of today. Maybe you are having difficulty connecting with the people most important to you. Know that whatever it is you are feeling as you read this, it is valid, your experience is valid, and you have the capacity for change. I invite anyone seeking support in their lives and have experience working with adults from a variety of ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
Do you have difficulty overthinking, trouble handling anxiety, or a hard time managing your emotions? I want you to know that these are normal occurrences that every human being has experienced. If you are looking for a therapist who is honest, empathic, and nonjudgmental, then you have come to the right place. I pride myself on giving my clients the support they need to increase balance and happiness in their everyday lives.
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, MA, LPCC
I have helped people with a variety of issues, that include grief/loss, anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, dual disorders, and trauma based illnesses. I also have experience working with existential life issues and career/work problems. My counseling style often involves the use of imagination, creative introspection, analysis, mindfulness, and cognitive approaches to help address self-defeating thoughts and unproductive behavioral patterns.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, IMFT, LCSW, IBHC, LCPC
Crystal Smith IMFT, LCSW has been providing services to children, adolescents, and their families both domestic and abroad for over a decade. A graduate of Chicago State University, she holds a master's degree in clinical social work. In addition, Crystal Smith is pursuing a doctoral degree at The Chicago School for Professional Psychology with a concentration in Trauma service.
Do you feel isolated and withdrawn? Are you overcome with anxiety or depression? if so, you do not have to struggle alone. I will partner with you to identify what you want your life to look like and provide the support and professional guidance needed to get you there. My goal as a therapist is to provide a safe and empathetic space to help guide you on your path to wholeness and living the life you really want.
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, MA, NCC, LCPC
Hello. I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Chicago native and I have been practicing for 6 years. My work focuses on your experiences. As individuals we are products of our environment, your experiences shape your thoughts, feelings and attitudes towards other people, family and relationships. Life has it's obstacles but I assure you there are solutions and there is a way forward. I would be happy to help and hear your story. Give me a call today.