Therapist Spotlight: Joe Flint, LCPC

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Joe Flint is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who loves to help individuals and couples understand their feelings, as well as identify and execute change to feel better. You can read his full bio here.

Joe works at our Evanston location. To schedule an appointment with him, please contact our intake department.

Joe will also be running a group on how to support a loved one living with chronic pain beginning in May. To learn more about this group and sign up, please visit our group page!

See below for more information about Joe!

What self-care techniques or activities do you do?

I do a series of breathing exercises and meditate each morning. I’m also a big proponent of good sleep hygiene, ensuring my mind and body have time to rest.

What made you become a therapist?

I love to hear people’s stories and want to help them thrive by addressing thoughts and feelings that get in the way of their happiness.

What are your specialties?

Grief related to loss of all kinds is an area of specialty for me. I find that it relates to many areas of our lives. I believe I have helped people with anxiety, depression, sexual orientation and gender identity issues, as well as romantic relationship struggles.

Why do you believe that counseling can help?

By talking to a “neutral” party trained in active listening and the ability to communicate observations, you can change your life.

Did you have a career before becoming a therapist?

Yes, I have worked in development (fundraising) in the non-profit arena for almost 35 years! This is still my “day job”.

Why is it important to seek counseling?

Counseling can help you sort through thoughts and behaviors that are not serving you well in having a happy life.