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The Chicago Counseling Center Approach

It is natural for most people to experience some level of anxiety and depression throughout their lives. This is especially true during times of great change and uncertainty. However, not everyone knows how to handle those feelings in a constructive way. Feelings of fear, doubt, and confusion can lead to frustration, anger, and other emotions that are very powerful and difficult to manage. People may begin to use unhealthy and self-destructive behaviors as a means to cope with those feelings. This can lead to their relationships and their self-esteem to suffer as a result. Counseling can help with all of this!

At Chicago Counseling Center, we appreciate that it can be difficult to put your trust in someone else, and thus we strive to create a safe, comfortable environment in which you can voice your concerns openly and honestly. If you are struggling with any type of emotional unrest, you might feel as though you are stuck and that there is little hope for change. Please know that you are not alone and you have options available to you. We offer counseling services for children, adolescents, and adults of all ages. We also specialize in OCD treatment both in person and online.

Furthermore, we can provide therapy in a number of different formats for individuals and families, including online/telehealth sessions. Take a look at our counseling staff profiles and give us a call to start learning tools to manage your emotions today!

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Before seeing Taylor, I was struggling with OCD behavior, compulsive exercise, and learning how to cope with my past in a healthy way. He was very patient, understanding, and non-judgmental, which allowed me to uncover problems that were essentially being pushed aside. I used to get uncomfortable and self-conscious about discussing certain things that happened when I was younger, but the environment that he creates is very welcoming and I felt at ease when memories came to mind. He also asked me…
Anon, Edgebrook, Chicago