Our Team

Justin Tobin – LCSW

Justin TobinFounder
Justin received his clinical education from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. He has more than ten 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 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.


Mary Adamczyk – LCPC

Mary AdamczykMary 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 Lawinger – LCSW

Mary LawingerClinical Manager
Mary is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who received her clinical education from Loyola University in Chicago. She has extensive training in working with individuals who experience depression, anxiety, grief, interpersonal conflicts, big or small life transitions, and substance abuse.

She uses a collaborative approach to therapy and uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy as well as solution focused therapy. To help clients feel most emotionally settled, she incorporates Mindfulness techniques into therapy sessions. Mary values creating a safe space for her clients to process their lives openly and strives to foster a connection that promotes new insights and long-lasting positive change.


Anthony Crisanti, LCPC

Anthony CrisantiAnthony received his education from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and is currently a doctoral candidate at the Chicago School for Professional Psychology. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Midwestern Psychological Association. He works with clients that are struggling with depression, anxiety, grief, sexuality, relationships, and life transitions. Anthony uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as a client-focused perspective to empower clients to make the long lasting changes they seek.


Lacey Smith, LCSW

photo coming soonLacey 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.


Kimberlee Koehler – LCPC

Kimberlee KoehlerClinical Manager
Kim is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who received her clinical education from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has extensive training in trauma and crisis intervention. She helps clients manage stress, depression, anxiety, trauma and working through a life adjustment. When working with individual clients, Kim uses a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach as well as a client focus approach. When working with families, she uses a systems perspective to identify patterns and roles that are interfering with family dynamics and communication. Kim enjoys helping clients uncover inner strengths and develop a resilience to overcome personal obstacles and reach professional goals.


Jordan Holloran – LSW, CADC

Jordan HolloranJordan 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.


Aisling Conaty – LPC-AMFT

Aisling ConatyAisling is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist as well as a Licensed Professional Counselor. She received her Master’s Degree in Family Counseling from Northeastern Illinois University and has worked with clients in both a private practice setting and a non-for profit organization. Aisling is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and is certified in Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Utilizing a strengths-based, solution focused approach, Aisling aims to create an environment that helps clients reach their goals. She specializes in working with couples and families and incorporates Emotion Focused Therapy techniques to strengthen communication, increase awareness and improve conflict resolution in a relationship. When working with individual clients, Aisling uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with clients that are struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, panic attacks, trauma, life adjustments and stressors. Aisling aims to empower her clients to recognize their own strengths and provides practical tools needed to achieve long lasting, sustainable growth.


Courtney Foght – LPC

Courtney Foght Courtney is a Licensed Professional Counselor who received her clinical education from DePaul University in Chicago. She received her Master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling and is currently in the process of receiving a Certification in Alcohol and Drug Counseling (CADC). She is also a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA).

Courtney has extensive experience working with clients who struggle with addiction, depression, trauma, life transitions, eating disorders and low self-esteem. When working with individual clients, Courtney combines Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness with the goal to create a space for clients to explore difficult emotions, process negative thought patterns, identify and build on strengths and stay most centered and balanced during life transitions and adjustments. She is a warm, genuine, empathic and non-judgmental therapist passionate about guiding clients to remove their internal barriers in order for them to reach their goals.

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