Tasha K Young currently has a waitlist for new clients.
As a Black woman, do you feel that you are “strong” because you have to be and not because you want to be? It seems like you got it all together because you work, can take care of yourself, your child or children, your partner, look out for others in your family and your work responsibilities (microaggressions and all!). So from the outside, people see you as a strong Black woman who can take care of yourself without help. However, you feel alone, exhausted, and stuck. Sometimes you feel like do people love me for me or what I can do for them. You're on this site because you don't know how much longer you can hold on.
Clients come to me looking for a compassionate therapist who "gets" what is happening to them on a cultural and deeper level because therapy should be a place where you feel safe and validated. Sessions are more than just talking; It's about feeling whole again, and we always go at your pace, never pushing to any place that you don't feel ready to be.
As an experienced Black woman therapist, I am passionate about working with Black women to break generational cycles so they can thrive in love and life. You have the keys to freedom, so call me today to learn how to use them to make a transformational impact in your life. The journey begins now.
Tasha K Young
“You don't have to keep feeling stuck. I can help you live a more joyful and peaceful life. Schedule an an individual appointment today.”
- Session Fee: $155 per session
- Sliding Scale: Yes
Pay By: American Express, Discover, Health Savings Account, Mastercard, Visa
Accepted Insurance Plans
- BlueCross and BlueShield
- UnitedHealthcare UHC | UBH
- Out of Network
I accept Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO and United Healthcare PPO. Please check with your insurance provider for out of pocket costs.
Email me or call (773) 207-3984 with questions.
- Years in Practice: 4 Years
- License: Illinois / 180011775
- School: Concordia University Chicago
- Year Graduated: 2006
- Trauma and PTSD
- Coping Skills
- Educator Burnout
- Family Conflict
- Life Transitions
- Racial Identity
- Relationship Issues
- Relationship Issues for Singles
- Self Esteem
- Sexual Abuse
- Women's Issues
Ethnicity: Black and African American
- Racial Justice Allied
- Single Mother
Types of Therapy
- Acceptance and Commitment (ACT)
- Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
- Culturally Sensitive
- Dialectical Behavior (DBT)
- Mindfulness-Based (MBCT)
- Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)
- Trauma Focused
Tasha K Young