She works with individuals experiencing depression\anxiety, relationship issues, women’s issues, disability awareness, workplace issues, and more.
Anita is well-versed in stress management techniques, positive problem solving, self-esteem building, and effective ways to handle frustration. Her focus is teaching clients how to rebuild their lives by identifying and tapping into sources of inner strength.
This process of self-discovery and self-care often leads to wholeness of mind, body, and spirit.
Briana Jakubik has her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adler School of Professional Psychology.
Briana specializes in trauma, multiple diagnosis, parenting education, and LGBTQ-related issues. However, she is especially talented at treating children, teens, and adults with anxiety and depression.
She has experience working with groups as well as in individual sessions. Briana is passionate about building a trusting relationship while focusing on solutions based on each person’s unique experiences to facilitate change.
Julie Trytek Vague
She has over 15 years of experience including extensive history in working with adults experiencing substance use issues, mood disorders, relationship issues, LGBTQ-related issues, trauma, and women’s issues.
In addition, she has experience in working with eating disorders. Julie works collaboratively with her clients using a combination of Motivational Interviewing, solution-focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
She believes in assisting her clients in achieving their goals while empowering them and instilling hope. Julie uses a compassionate and empathetic approach to assist her clients in finding life-style balance and living a meaningful life.
Rachel also has experience working with at risk families and survivors of domestic violence. She specializes in using visual arts healing to assist with parenting, pregnancy, relationships, anxiety and depression.
Much of his therapeutic work has been with children and adolescents and their parents. Initially trained as a Client-Centered clinician, he studied at the Jungian Institute in Chicago where he developed an understanding of ego and its effects on character development.
His skills include an understanding of the benefits and concerns of psychiatric medications and his awareness of psychodynamic issues of adolescent males and adult men.
Wes understands that counseling may not be about diagnosis. Often times, it is a therapeutic process which may lead people to a better understanding of deep rooted issues, which may go beyond the initial motivation to seek counseling.
Cheri’s interests include working with families, adolescents, and women at all stages of life. She enjoys helping adolescents and parents navigate their relationship and work with the struggles of the teen years.
She has extensive training in working with women who are in difficult relationships, or who are in partnerships with men with sexual addictions.
She understands transitions, moving to new places, and the challenges of starting over ( whether after divorce or other transitions)
Cheri enjoys helping clients who want to include their spirituality as part of their therapy, and who also want the best psychological help to accompany their faith.
His skills include an understanding of the benefits and concerns of psychiatric medications and his awareness of psychodynamic issues of adolescent males and adult men. Wes understands that counseling may not be about diagnosis.
Often times, it is a therapeutic process which may lead people to a better understanding of deep rooted issues, which may go beyond the initial motivation to seek counseling.
She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. Roxanne has experience working with adolescents and adults in both an individual and group setting.
Most of her experience has been working with those whom are experiencing substance use issues, depression, anxiety, relational issues, trauma, and more. Roxanne‘s goal is to build a trusting therapeutic relationship, in which her clients feel safe opening up and working through unresolved issues.
She strives to help her clients identify and process their issues in order to help them better themselves and live a meaningful life.
Donna has been in the Mental Health field for over 10 years. Donna’s experience is extensive when helping others with anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues and healthy relationships.
Donna has experience in running groups and individual therapy. Donna is also an RN, Board Certified in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. Donna is caring, understanding and will never judge issues important to you.
Donna believes in a person’s strengths and feels Mindfulness is a very powerful tool in helping people reach their goals.
She has experience treating adults and children. She works with those are seeking relief from stress, depression/anxiety, insomnia, physical pain, low self-esteem, substance abuse and other imbalances.
She works with the unseen “life force energy” that already flows through us and enlivens us. Reiki can be likened to an energetic massage that activates the natural healing processes within and restore us to a state of physical and emotional well-being.
Her goal is to provide her clients with not only relief, but also a sense of balance and inner peace.
Tammie’s interest includes working with families, couples and children with grief therapy focusing on related fields of relevance to bereavement or to those who care for bereaved people.
In addition, Tammie has a great passion in Mindfulness meditation and strongly believe that mindfulness practice with emphasis on presence, acceptance, and the ever-changing impermanence of life, can have beneficial effects for mitigating symptoms of complicated grief.
Tammie has experience working with anxiety, depression and behavior modification.
Her life and work experience have helped her to obtain a better understanding toward helping those who are struggling with a large variety of mental health issues. Sue believes that tis is important to utilize your strengths and helps her clients by providing them with insight and feedback.
Sue utilizes homework with her clients to her them feel empowered. Sue has a strong faith and believes in the power of spiritual connection and prayer. Her areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, stress management, vocational issues, emotional eating, parenting issues, caretaker issues, unhealthy body image, poor self-esteem, survivors of emotional and or physical abuse, parents of special needs children, spouses and families who are dealing with mental illness, and families that are dealing with aging parents.
Sue is a kind and gentle person who utilizes empathy, sympathy and light humor with a positive and supportive approach.