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Therapist Spotlight: Rachel Clarke, LCSW

Rachel Clarke is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who received her Master’s degree in Social Work from Loyola University in Chicago. Rachel works at our Chicago — Hinsdale office and has experience working with adults, adolescents, and children. You can read her full bio here! To make an appointment with Rachel, please contact our intake department. See
Will Counseling Help with Anxiety

Will Counseling Help with Anxiety?

If you’ve been dealing with anxiety on your own, you’re probably looking for new solutions. What is the best way to treat anxiety? Does anxiety go away? Will counseling help with anxiety? There are tons of questions racing through your mind. Let’s take a look at how therapy could help your anxiety and how you
Arthur Avalos is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and National Certified Counselor (NCC) providing services to adults and couples at our Chicago — North Michigan Avenue office. Arthur works collaboratively with his clients to help guide them in discovering and living out their most authentic self. You can read his full bio here! To make an appointment
Dr. Aimee Daramus, Psy.D., is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who earned her doctorate and her Master’s in Counseling at Adler University. Aimee specializes in working with adults with bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, trauma, personality disorders, and psychotic and dissociative disorders. You can read her full bio here! To make an appointment with Aimee, please contact our intake

Therapist Spotlight: Suzie Dukic, PhD, LCPC

Dr. Suzie Dukic is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) with experience working with adults and couples. Dr. Dukic integrates therapy techniques that are personalized for each client, combining tools from models such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Experiential Therapy and Psychodrama. Suzie works at our Chicago – Evanston office. You can read her full bio here!
By UB therapist Michael Maloney, LCPC I had a client recently recounted that they missed the days when you could put the phone off the receiver.  They were obviously talking about what it was like not to be accessible all the time now that we have come from a time of landlines and corded phones
Can you be addicted to work? There’s a difference between enjoying work and being a workaholic. This extra layer of enthusiasm can negatively impact your mental health and personal life. In this discussion, we will explore some common signs of work addiction, along with tips to restore your work/life balance. Your Work Life Drastically Outweighs
Charisse Dawkins is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing therapy to children, adolescents, adults, and families. As a US Air Force veteran, Charisse enjoys working with diverse clients and has interests in anxiety, depression, trauma, family issues, interpersonal conflict, and career/life transitions. Charisse works at our Denver- Hale Parkway office. You can read her full bio here!
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