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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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7430 N. Ridge Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60645
A therapist in private practice, I trained as a pastoral counselor through the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University Chicago; my license is LCPC To my counseling practice I bring many years experience as an educator of teens and young children, as well as reunification work with families affected by incarceration. My experience also includes facilitating groups to address domestic violence for survivors and for batterers along with groups for people in recovery from substance abuse. Additionally, I am a Benedictine sister; I value life in my monastic community, praying together and sharing daily experience with about forty sisters, seeking God in all.
As a therapist, I journey with people seeking to rekindle a spark of the divine within, a source to heal their inner selves or themselves in relationship with significant others. When people find they’ve gotten out of right relationship with themselves, with those close to them, or with the larger community, we work together to find the way to a more abundant life, using methods that work best for them in their situation, such as guided imagery, mindfulness, non-violent communication, journaling, storytelling, or dreamwork, along with observing and exploring behaviors, thoughts, and feelings they may want to change.
My clients are families, couples and individuals – from adolescents to elders. We do our work in English or Spanish language on a range of concerns: depression, family conflict, trauma, anxiety, coping skills, peer relationships, spirituality, career counseling, parenting, self-esteem, substance abuse, mood disorders, personality disorders, personal growth, and family reunification.