Justin Tobin – LCSW
Justin received his clinical education from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. He has more than fifteen years of clinical practice experience with children, adults and couples. He uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with clients struggling with depression and anxiety. He has also helped many clients overcome addictions, control anger and work through trauma. Justin has a strong interest in men’s issues, including those that need help in pain management, expressing intimacy and improving self-confidence (both personally and professionally). Justin has seen success in many couples counseling sessions and has helped individuals improve their communication and build trust and honesty in their relationship.
Since therapy sessions are about you and your growth he uses both a client centered approach as well as cognitive behavioral therapy. His belief is that every client has the opportunity to make the change they seek. To help clients achieve these solutions, his therapeutic style is blended with warmth, sincerity and genuineness. He plays an active role in your treatment, and will guide you in making difficult life decisions. He truly enjoys working with clients and helping them find the answers they seek.
Justin is available to work with couples, families and adult clients.
You can email Justin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Adamczyk – LCPC
Mary is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who received her Master’s in Clinical Psychology with a Counseling Specialization from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Mary is trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Child Parent Psychotherapy, and is a provider of the Nurturing Parenting Program.
She works with clients who struggle with symptoms related to depression, anxiety, anger management, life stressors, and parenting difficulties. Mary also has extensive knowledge and experience working with traumas including sexual abuse, physical abuse, and domestic violence. When working with families, Mary helps increase healthier communication and rebuild trust. Mary guides clients to explore their experiences towards making connections to their perceptions of, and interactions with, the world around them.
Mary is available to work with adult clients.
Lacey Smith, LCSW
Lacey is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who received her Master’s in Social Work with a Clinical Specialization from the University of Pennsylvania. She has extensive experience with adults and families in crisis intervention, family dynamics, parenting, and life transitions.
Lacey fosters a warm, nonjudgmental and client centered approach to therapy, striving to meet each person where they are on their life journey. She is trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to empower clients to identify their core beliefs and take mindful action towards change. She incorporates solution focused and strengths-based methods to promote self-awareness and mindful action. Lacey helps clients rediscover their core values to uncover a greater sense of self.
Lacey is available to work with adult clients.
Jordan Holloran – LSW, CADC
Jordan is a Licensed Social Worker and Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She received her Master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of Chicago. Jordan is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. Jordan also holds a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Missouri.
Jordan has experience working with diverse populations including adults and adolescents struggling with issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, and difficulty with relationships and interpersonal communication. Jordan believes in the potential for all clients to make meaningful changes in order to live in closer alignment with their personal values and goals. Jordan works with clients from a contextual behavioral approach, incorporating elements of Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Jordan prioritizes developing a warm, honest, and genuine therapeutic alliance with all clients. She is committed to supporting the individuals she works with from an empowering and non-judgmental stance.
Jordan is available to work with adult clients.
Jonas Ginsburg – LCPC
Jonas Ginsburg is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. He received his clinical education at DePaul University. Jonas is both a clinician and a clinical supervisor. He is a member of Osaka Social Services – Chicago.
Jonas has extensive experience working with clients that are struggling with depression, anxiety, life transitions/stressors and trauma. Over the past 10 years, Jonas has helped many individuals overcome stigma due to their culture, sexual orientation and gender.
Jonas combines different therapeutic approaches to create a space for clients to explore and examine difficult emotions and process negative thought patterns. His goal is to identify and build on existing client strengths and help clients stay most centered and balanced during life transitions and their challenging times. He is a warm, genuine, empathic and non-judgmental therapist passionate about guiding clients to reach their goals.
Jonas is available to work with couples, adolescent and adult clients.
Alyssa Onan – LPC
Alyssa is a Licensed Professional Counselor who completed her clinical education at National Louis University in Chicago. Alyssa has experience working with children, teens, adolescents, and families and has extensive experience and training in trauma and crisis intervention. She has experience working with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma-related issues, adoption-related issues, and individuals on the autism spectrum. She is a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA).
Alyssa values building a strong therapeutic relationship with her clients and believes this trust is essential for making progress in therapy. Utilizing a strengths-based, solution focused approach, Alyssa aims to create an environment that helps clients reach their goals. When working with individual clients, Alyssa uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with clients that are struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, panic attacks, trauma, life adjustments and stressors. Alyssa aims to empower her clients to recognize their own strengths and provides practical tools needed to achieve long lasting, sustainable growth.
Alyssa is available to work with adolescent and adult clients.
Hannah Conner – LPC
Hannah is a Licensed Professional Counselor who received her clinical education from Adler University in Chicago. Hannah has significant training in Sport and Health Psychology and is a member of the Association of Applied Sport Psychology. Part of her clinical work focuses on the sport performance and pressures felt by both recreational and professional athletes to help them reach their peak performance. In the Spring of 2021, she was was chosen to be on a dedicated mental health registry specifically for the United States Olympic and Paralympic athletes.
When working with individual clients, her specialties include: anxiety, panic attacks, depression, relationship issues and difficult life transitions. Hannah blends Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy along with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness techniques with the aim of helping clients feel emotionally centered and balanced.
Hannah has an open, non judgmental and supportive approach to therapy. Her goal is to empower clients to find the inner strength to manage their mental health symptoms as well as to build the confidence that they will be able to overcome future challenges.
Hannah is available to work with adult clients.
Kate Schreiber – LCSW
Kate is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who received her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Chicago. Kate also holds a Professional Educator License with a School Social Work Endorsement. She is a member of the National Association for Social Workers and Chicago’s Society of Social Work Leadership in HealthCare.
Kate has extensive experience working with both adolescent and adult clients, including those who struggle with depression, anxiety, panic attacks, stress, life transitions and substance use. Additionally, Kate has experience with clients who have experienced trauma, such as survivors of domestic abuse, childhood abuse and neglect.
Depending on the goals for therapy, Kate will use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and/or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She believes that therapy is a collaborative process and creates opportunities for clients to discover their path towards emotional growth. Kate values creating a safe space for her clients and strives to foster a connection that promotes new insights and long-lasting positive change.
Kate is available to work with adolescent and adult clients.
Jessica Hoyos – LPC, AMFT
Jessica is a Licensed Professional Counselor and an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. She received her training from Northeastern Illinois University and offers therapy in both English and Spanish. When working with individual and couples, Jessica utilizes a systems approach that focuses on patterns that exist between the client and their significant relationships. Moreover, Jessica helps clients understand how their behaviors are impacted and influenced by these dynamics. Jessica is a bilingual therapist and offers therapy in both English and Spanish.
Jessica uses a trauma informed lens when working with clients that have experienced sexual abuse, physical abuse and domestic violence. She also works with clients that are struggling with depression, anxiety, emotional regulation, parenting issues and relationships. Using a solution focused approach coupled with relaxation techniques and cognitive behavioral therapy, Jessica aims to empower her clients in finding effective ways to overcome their struggles and manage their mental health symptoms.
Jessica is available to work with couples, families, adolescent and adult clients.
Jason Weiss – LPC
Jason is a Licensed Professional Counselor who received his masters in counseling from Northern Illinois University. Jason has experience working with many diverse populations, including LGBTQIA+ individuals.
When working with individual clients that are struggling with anxiety, depression, panic attacks and life transitions, Jason uses acceptance and commitment therapy coupled with mindfulness techniques to help clients feel more emotionally centered. He also uses cognitive behavioral therapy, with the goal of helping the client investigate difficult situations through a different lens and ultimately gain a deeper perspective on their challenging situation. Jason aims to create a non-judgmental and a compassionate environment, where clients can feel safe expressing their thoughts and feelings. His intention as a therapist is to help clients feel empowered to make a long lasting change.
Jason is available to meet with adolescent and adult clients.
Dexter Odeneal – LSW
Dexter is a Licensed Social Worker who completed his clinical education from Indiana Wesleyan University. Dexter works with children, teens and adults who are struggling with depression, anxiety, substance use and life transitions. He has extensive experience working with clients that have experienced trauma through physical and sexual abuse.
When working with clients, Dexter uses Dialectical behavioral therapy aimed to help clients feel more emotionally regulated and settled. He also uses Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy aimed at creating healthier coping mechanisms so that clients can better manage intrusive thoughts.
Dexter’s goal as a therapist is to foster a non-judgmental environment and create an opportunity for clients to be most open and expressive to reach their goals. He enjoys the process of helping clients get to a more emotionally balanced place of being.
Dexter is available to work with adolescent and adult clients.
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