Although the Center is temporarily closed due to COVID-19, we're continuing to offer psychotherapy services via telehealth. To learn more, view the “Clinic Services” drop-down menu.
This referral list is comprised of therapists who have an affiliation with the Jung Center. If you do not wish to apply for services through the Jung Center, you may contact any of these therapists directly to inquire about availability at their private practice.
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Work Phone: 630-442-3966
Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1205 W. Sherwin Ave, Suite 812
Chicago, IL 60626
Insurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield, United Healthcare
Qualifications: Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master’s Degree in Social Welfare and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work
Specialties: Spirituality, Relationship Issues, Life Transitions, Addiction, Codependency, Self Esteem, Stress
Client Focus: Adults: Bisexual Allied, Gay Allied, Heterosexual Allied, Lesbian Allied
I have come to understand emotions as allies, inviting us to live our most authentic and creative lives. By engaging in therapy we pick up the tools necessary to do “the Work”. Fortunately pain is an excellent teacher precisely because it gets our attention. I assure you the struggle you’re experiencing now is guiding you. Struggle is a bonafide indication of real and important progress. If you’re trying to gain traction, but don’t remember how, I am here to help you move forward and heal from within.
The butterfly develops through a process called metamorphosis; a Greek word meaning a change in shape. Indeed, we can say that when we successfully confront and overcome a difficult challenge we are emotionally transformed. It is necessary to understand the stages of change so we are realistic with our expectations of ourselves.