Summer 2023 News from the Jung Center

Photo by Kevin Boers

Dear Jung Center community,

Earlier this summer, we shared with you that the Jung Center was seeking to hire a new staff therapist to increase our clinic capacity in order to meet a higher demand for services. We are very pleased to announce that we recently hired two new staff therapists who are now accepting clients at the Center. We are excited to introduce Laura Kramer and Dave Satterwhite! To learn more and apply, visit our website here.

Cheryl Kinsman, PhD
Executive Director

Laura Kramer

Welcome Laura Kramer!

Laura has a Master of Social Work and Master’s in Art History from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a B.A. in Medieval and Renaissance Studies from the University of Michigan. She worked as a docent/guide in Florence, Italy, for 15 years. Laura also has a dance, yoga, meditation, and musical theater background. Her approach is holistic; addressing mind, body, and spirit to promote health and healing. Analyzing your dreams will also play a role in therapy, as they can guide you to the deepest parts of yourself. If feeling out of balance, she offers a caring, supportive relationship to assist you in developing curiosity, self-awareness, and confidence to make positive changes in your life.

Laura works with emerging adults, adults, older adults, creatives, LGBTQ+, immigrants, trauma survivors, and issues relating to grief, intimacy, anger, self-esteem, career difficulties, and coping with major life changes.

Welcome Dave Satterwhite!

Dave is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northeastern Illinois University. Trained in EMDR and with a background specializing in substance use treatment, he is experienced in helping individuals with anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and life transitions. Dave takes a relational approach to therapy and he believes healing to be a nonlinear process, unique to each individual. He finds Jungian psychology endlessly fascinating and sees dream work and shadow integration as invaluable touchstones along the path of individuation.