Anika is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Behavioral Health Officer in the Army National Guard. She will work at our St. Louis-Clayton location, which will be opening shortly in September! Anika received her MSW from Washington University in St. Louis, where she concentrated on Children & Youth with an Expressive Arts Therapy specialization.
Thursday, 22 August 2019 by UB Blog
Urban Balance is excited to announce the start of a depression support group at our Ravenswood location on September 24th. Please see our flyer for more information!
Barbara Noonan is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a specialist in working with couples, adults, adolescents, and in conducting art therapy. You can read her full bio here! Barbara works at our Chicago- North Michigan Avenue office. To schedule an appointment with her, please contact our intake department. See below for more information about Barbara!
Is your child afraid to go to school? Now that classes are starting back up, you may notice some warning signs of school anxiety. Your child refuses to go to school, to the point of panic or fear. If these are some of the issues you’re facing, check out these parenting tips for children with
Alissa is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) candidate who specializes in working primarily with adults and couples. She earned her Master’s in Counseling Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology with a focus in Marital and Family Therapy. You can read her full bio here! Alissa works at our Chicago – River West and Chicago –
Anna Curran is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with ten years of experience in providing individual, family and group therapy within a variety of community settings. You can read her full bio here! Anna works at our Chicago-Hinsdale office. To schedule an appointment with her, please contact our intake department. See below for more information about
Monday, 05 August 2019 by UB Blog
By UB therapist Michael Maloney, LCPC Trevor forgot that his friend’s Abby’s birthday party was the night before. He sees the phone reminder the next day and feels guilty that he unintentionally ditched his friend’s party. He questions if he should send a text to apologize for missing the event, but he decides not to.
The first day of college is quickly approaching. This can be a stressful time for new students. You’re entering a new environment filled with unfamiliar faces and unestablished routines. No wonder you feel overwhelmed! These stress management tips for new college students will help you conquer those first day jitters. Tour the Campus a Week
Frank is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and National Certified Counselor (NCC) who earned his Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adler University. You can read his full bio here! Frank works at our Chicago-North Michigan Avenue office. To schedule an appointment with him, please contact our intake department. See below for more information
Tuesday, 23 July 2019 by Urban Balance Blogger
Planning an over-the-top wedding with an equally high price tag? You may want to alter your plans. A recent study shows a direct correlation between marital arguments and wedding-related debt – something that can be avoided with some simple adjustments. Let’s explore how having a cheaper wedding could improve your marriage. Study Shows Wedding-Related Debt