Address: 12 West Wilson
Street, Suite A, Batavia, IL 60510
Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC)
Degree: MA in Clinical
Professional Psychology from Roosevelt University (2007)
Education: Graduated from
Roosevelt University in 2007 with an MA in Clinical Professional Psychology
from University of Illinois at Chicago, in 2001, BA in Psychology
- present - Co-Owner and counselor at a private practice (Prairie Wellness
Counseling Center, P.C.).
- 2015 - High School Counselor at a therapeutic day school (Metro Prep in Arlington
Heights, IL). Responsible for running groups, providing individual and family
counseling, mentoring, and meeting all IEP requirements. Presenting issues
ranged from: ASD, learning disorders, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, mood
- 2012 - Individual and Group Counselor for children, couples, individuals at
Community Mental Health Agency (Stickney Township Behavioral Health). Provided
counseling to a wide range of individuals: adults, adolescents, veterans,
addictions, personality disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety and
panic disorders, psychotic disorders, and oppositional defiant disorders.
Crisis Hotline volunteer.
and behavioral disorders, sexual abuse, ASD, adolescent and family counseling,
play therapy, ADHD/ADD, parenting, academic problems, marriage/couples,
Oppositional Defiant, etc.
Supervision Style and
hope to help you develop into the counselor you want to be. To do this, it is
important that you feel supported, engaged in a collaborative approach working
towards your clinical development. My theoretical approach is roughly a
Gestalt framework, however also utilizing others theories as necessary,
included but not limited to CBT and family systems.
Services Offered: Individual and
Location: Preference to meet
at office in Batavia, but willing to discuss alternatives.
Fee Requirements: $75.00 individual
supervision per hour; Group: $25.00 per person per hour (group minimum: 3). Ask
about sliding scale rates for students.
Supervisor Name: Lindsay R Harms, MS LCPC Phone: (309)339-7073 Email:Lrharms80@aol.com Address: 4410 N. Knoxville, Suite D, Peoria, IL 61614 License: LCPC Degree: MS in Clinical/Community Mental Health from WIU Education: Graduated from Western Illinois University in 2005 with an MS in Clinical/Community Mental Health Graduated from Eureka College with a BS, major in Psychology, minor in Political Science in 2000 Graduated from Illinois Central College with a AS, major in Political Science in 2002.
2009 to present-Seeing clients in my own private Practice.
2004-2009-worked for 2 private practices (Jhon R Day& Associates in Christian Counseling) in Peoria, Illinois area, first full time part time.
2006-2007-worked for youth Farm (now part of Children's Home) as Clinical Coordinator. Areas of Specialization: Mood disorders, conduct disorders, sexual abuse, victimization, and perpetration counseling. Supervision Style: Humanistic and Solution focused, some cognitive, behavioral. Services Offered: Individual and group supervision. Fee Requirements:$75.00 individual supervision per hour, $45.00 group each person per hour. Sliding fee scale is also available for students. Other: I will be as flexible as posible in terms of available meeting times.
Supervisor Name: Sharon Gilbert E-mail:email@example.com Phone: 331-457-5471 Address: 1776 Legacy Circle, Suite 116 Naperville, IL 60563 License: LCPC Degree: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, Benedictine University, 1995
B.A. in Psychology, North Central College, 1987 Professional Experience: 20 years of counseling experience in community agency, hospital, private practice and corrections settings. Four years in my own private practice. Three years of supervisory experience. I also have 18 years of teaching at the college level (undergrad and graduate). Specialization: I work a lot with adolescents and couples. Divorce recovery seems to be a very "hot topic" now. I also do a lot of personal discovery and improvement work with clients. I have experience with serious mental illness from both the hospital and the jail. Supervisory orientation: Collaborative, exploring counter transference, helping you to identify where and why you are stuck. I don't lecture but rather help you find the answer. Services offered: individual supervision and consultation. Fee: $70/hour Location/hours: I would prefer to meet in my Naperville office. We can work out a time that is mutually agreeable to both of us. Other: Please check out my website at sharongilbertlcpc.com to get an idea of how I manage my practice. Thank you!
Supervisor Name: Cathryn Biga Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 847-347-8082 Address: 200 E Evergreen Rd. Suite 123 Mt.Prospect, IL 60056 License: Degree:MS in Human Services and Counseling Education: Elmhurst College, Bachelor of Arts in Interdepartmental Communications (1998)
National Louis University, Masters Of Science in Human Services and Counseling (2001) Professional Experience:Kaleidoscope, INC. (2001-2002)
Social Service Worker- individual therapist to a caseload of 8 DCFS adolescent females. Provided individual counseling and life skills coaching to assist w/emancipation from the state and indenpendence into adulthood. worked on educational, occupational and personal/parental life skills.
Family Life Counselors (2006-2007)
Part-time therapist- conducted groups to middle school children to discuss issues surrounding conflict management and resolution w/in the school and social setting.
Chicago Lakeshore Hospital (2002-present)
Crisis Clinician- conduting level of care emergency assessments to all incoming psychiatric and substance abuse patients that are pending a psychiatric admission to the hospital or one of its programs. case consultation w/in-house psychiatrists to discuss patient treatment plans. providing crisis counseling over the phone and in-person to any psychiatric patients. working w/insurance companies to ensure hospital admissions.
Independent Practioner (2007-present)
Therapist: working w/clients to conduct individual,family and couples counseling. issues treated: depression, anxiety, bi-polar, substance abuse disorders, life transitional issues, grief/loss, couples/family counseling Areas of specialization: depression, anxiety, bi-polar, substance abuse disorders, family/couples counseling, life transitional issues, grief/loss Supervision Style: I like to create an atmosphere where the supervisee can led the sessions as to what they would like to talk about. I believe in an open atmosphere that is comfortable. I strive to be direct and honest w/feedback as well as provide constructive critisicm to provide growth. I welcome a cohesive dialogue and discussions about cases and questions in the field. Services/location/hours:
I am willing to provide both group and individual supervision. Location to be either at my Mt.Prospect office or at a mutually agreed location.
Fees: $50 an hour. Willing to provide sliding scale to students.
Supervisor Name: Amit Kakkar, PsyD Phone: (847) 340-9908 Email: email@example.com Address: 4803 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60630 License: Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Able to supervise those seeking their hours for their LCPC or Doctoral Licensure) Education: PsyD in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology (2008); MA in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology/Chicago (2005); BA in Psychology from DePaul University (2001) Professional Experience: I have fifteen years of extensive experience in providing therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. I bring a wealth of expertise in multiple out-patient and in-patient clinical settings including: community mental health centers, hospitals, schools, college counseling centers, residential treatment centers for adolescents, and EAP companies. I utilize evidence-based therapies in my practice and believe that psychotherapy is a relational and collaborative process. Likewise, I have held various leadership and supervisory roles as a CEO and director at a community mental health center and a residential treatment center. Areas of Specialization: My areas of specialty include: depression, anxiety, self-esteem, identity issues, life transitions, dating and relationship issues, trauma, child/adolescent concerns, parenting challenges, the impact of disabilities, supervision and consultation, and multicultural issues. I use Psychodynamic, Relational, Cognitive-Behavioral, and Humanistic approaches in the treatment I provide to my clients. Supervision Philosophy: I am passionate about the growth of supervisees and have provided supervision for interns and new graduates from Counseling and Psychology backgrounds. In individual supervision, I like to focus on a number of domains with my supervisee including: developing the mentor/mentee relationship, helping the supervisee solidify one’s psychotherapeutic identity, teaching the technical aspects of interventions, exploring transferential and counter-transferential issues that may come up in one’s sessions or in the supervisory process, and presenting cases. I believe it is significant to create a safe and empathic atmosphere, while also creating space to challenge the trainee so that s/he can be a stronger clinician through exploration, insight, and feedback. Services Offered: Individual and Group supervision; Consultation Fee Requirements: $100.00 per individual supervision hour; $45.00 per group hour; sliding scale offered for students. Other: Please check out our website at newinsightschicago.com for additional information about my practice.
Supervisor Name: Felice Block Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 847-494-0482 Address: 1207 McHenry Rd., Suite 217B Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 License: LCPC Degree: M.A Education: M.A. in counseling psychology from the Adler Insitute, now Adler School of Professioanl Psychology. Post graduate training in marriage and family therapy also from the Adler School. My bachelors degree was in special education with a minor in elementary education. Professional Experience: Over 21 years as a clinician, 18 years experience as a slinical supervisior. I was an administrator for youth service agencies for 14 years. I have been an adjunct professor for National-Louis University for 9 years. My first career was a special education teacher. Areas of Specialization: Women's issues, families affected by substance abuse and other dysfunction, children & adolescents, parenting, training and consultation for other mental health professionals and educators. Supervision Style: Collaborative, systems approach integrating models appropriate to the needs of the individual supervisee. As an educator, I take into account the learning style of the supervisee and incorporate handouts, articles, and experiential activites related to the mutually agreed upon goal being worked on. Services Offered: Individual and group supervision, highly interactive workshops and a consultation group for clinicians practicing less than 3 years as well as an advanced group. Consultation is at my office in Buffalo Grove, however, I will travel for group supervision or trainings. Fee requirements: My supervision fee is $140.00 per hour and $40.00 per hour for group supervision. The fee for trainings and presentaions is $250.00/hour.
Supervisor Name: Jennifer Farrell, LCPC, NCC, CEAP Phone: (773) 420-6960 Email: email@example.com Address: 4803 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60630 License: LCPC, NCC, CEAP Education: BA in Psychology from University of Illinois in 1991; MA in Counseling from Northeastern Illinois University in 1996 Professional Experience: I have 19 years of counseling experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings. This experience includes child/ adolescent (ages 3 and up) as well as adult, couples, family counseling. I offer coaching and have a CEAP (Certified Employee Assistance Professional) certification. I have supervised interns for several years. My work settings include private practice, hospital, community mental health clinics, and insurance companies. I am trained in several therapies including CBT, CPT, Motivational Interviewing, Play Therapy, etc. Areas of Specialization: I have experience working with issues including ADHD, Adoption, Behavioral Issues, Borderline Personality, Coping Skills, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Emotional Disturbance, Grief, Infidelity, Oppositional Defiance, Peer Relationships, Self Esteem, Sexual Abuse, Substance Abuse, Teen Violence, Academic Underachievement, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Codependency, Depression, Domestic Abuse, Dual Diagnosis, Family Conflict, Infertility, Intellectual Disability, Parenting, Relationship Issues, Self-Harming, Spirituality, Suicidal Ideation, Trauma and PTSD. Supervision Style: I have vast and rich experiences to draw from in collaborating with you on developing your counseling style and goals. In a non-judgmental and supportive environment, I work alongside you to clarify your counseling style and identity. I offer specific ideas and techniques when needed. At other times, I ask questions to draw out your goals, knowledge, and experience as you grow in your counseling career. I look forward to working with you! Services Offered: Individual and group supervision. Fee Requirements: $100.00 per individual supervision hour; $45.00 per group hour; sliding scale offered for students.
Supervisor Name: Serena Wadhwa Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Phone:773-368-4363 Address: Chicago, IL License: LCPC Degree: Psy.D., MA Education:Psy.D. in clinical psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology; M.A., in Human Development Counseling from U of I Springfield, BA in Psychology. I am also a certified alcohol and drug counselor and a registered yoga instructor.
Professional Experience: Combined, I have close to 20 years experience as a clinician and substance abuse counselor. I have provided supervision to students and LPC's for about 4 years. I am a professor and adjunct professor and have taught at community college, Master's level and Doctoral level. I am also a program coordinator for students seeking licensure and certification as an addictions counselor. I provide workshops, am an author, blogger, and host a radio show.
Areas of Specialization: Substance use, stress, professional development.
Supervision Style: Collaborative with didactical, exploratory and experiential components. Since I come from a clinical, educator, and training background, I work with you to determine how you learn and what will assist this process. I incorporate readings, handouts, research and other activities relating to goals we develop. Services Offered: Individual and group supervision, highly interactive workshops and activity development. I also am a stress coach. Fee requirements: Fees are determined by need and location. Please contact me. www.drserenawadhwa.com
Supervisor Name: Corinne (Cory) Rydzewski Kalat, MS, LCPC, CADC, PCGC, IAPW, TAS, CHt Phone:630.263.8888 (Phone / Voice Mail / Text) Email:email@example.com Address: One Westbrook Corporate Center, Tower One, Suite 300, Westchester, IL 60154 License: LCPC, Certification in Addictions (Alcohol, Drugs, Gambling, Internet, Tobacco), Certified Hypnotherapist Education: BA in Family Studies/Sociology – St. Xavier University; MS in Counseling/Human Services – National Louis University; PhD in Natural Health – Clayton College Services: Phone Consultations OR In-Person Consultations; Clinical/Business consultation for therapists to start or maintain private practice; Consultation for therapists working in various clinical settings; Individual or group consultation (members form their own group); Test preparation assistance for licensure and certification exams. Specializations: **Business Consultation for practitioners wanting to start/maintain private practice; **Alternative Treatment Consultation including mindfulness, meditation., laughter yoga, life coaching, hypnosis; **Clinical Consultation including adult psychotherapy, addictions (alcohol, drugs, gambling, internet, nicotine, porn, shopping, spending), aging parents/caregiving, cancer issues, grief/suicide/survivors of suicide, mood disorders (depression, anxiety, OCD, phobias), traumatic brain injuries, trauma, PTSD. Experience: Private practice therapist (25+ years) providing adult individual, couple and family counseling; Mental Health Counselor (In-patient Psychiatric Treatment – MacNeal Hospital); Counselor and Supervisor (IOP and OP Adult (Women’s) Substance Abuse Treatment – Grateful House); Adjunct Faculty (Taught graduate and undergraduate classes – National Louis University); Trainer and Presenter for professional and community groups; Published writer. Philosophy: I have a broad range and depth of clinical and business experiences to share with other clinicians. What I value most is providing a safe and supportive environment for you to freely discuss any clinical and business aspects of your work. I use a non-judgmental, non-shaming and educational approach with just the right touch of honesty, humor and curiosity. We can establish a “learning lab” to help you develop and achieve your professional goals in fun and safe ways. I invite you to look at your work and effectiveness from a mindfulness perspective to self-evaluate your strengths and challenges. I look forward to journeying with you as you continue to grow as the effective and talented professional that you already are !! Location: Phone Consultations or In-Person meetings at my Westchester office. Fees: Negotiated by agreement with sliding scale for students. Other Information: 25+ years of clinical experience; 30+ years personal recovery experience (alcohol/nicotine); Cancer survivor; Personal experience as young widow (now remarried).
Supervisor Name: Anna Jankowska LCPC, CADC, CEAP, SAP Phone:(773) 777-6767 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Address:4515 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago IL 60630 License: IL-Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) Degree: MA in Counseling from Roosevelt University (1999) Education: Graduated from Roosevelt University in 1999 with an MA in Counseling, Graduated from University of Illinois at Chicago, in 1988, BA in Community Psychology Professional Experience: 2000-present – Clinical Director and Owner - Counseling Center of Illinois. I oversee mental health services including: Substance abuse outpatient program, DUI Services, Anger management, Domestic violence, Parenting classes, Individual mental health counseling, SAP DOT evaluations, Court and driver's license evaluations, Food service sanitation seminars, immigration hardship evaluations. I provide internships to graduate students from counseling/psychology programs from more than 20 different schools in Illinois and provide supervision to LPC's to obtain their clinical LCPC license. I provide consulting to other mental health providers on how to open DUI programs/Outpatient substance abuse centers, begin or expand private practice in counseling, learn insurance reimbursement and transition to fee for service practice. I design marketing plans, review websites and SEO. 1995-1999 - Drug and Alcohol Assessor / Case Manager- Central States Institute of Addictions. Provided substance abuse assessments to DUI and Non-DUI offenders for the circuit court of Cook County. Oversaw case management for Polish and English-speaking defendants. 1993-1994 - Mental Health Counselor - Saint Mary of Nazareth Hospital. Provided mental health counseling to youth ages 12-21. 1984-2000 – Business Owner - Teaching and Career Guidance. Provided adult education classes and career guidance to foreign speaking clients. Areas of Specialization: Mood and behavioral disorders, couples therapy, ADHD, substance abuse, anger management, parenting, domestic violence, eating disorders, consulting for opening and expanding private practice Supervision Style and Philosophy: I help you develop your goals and guide you in reaching your highest potential, including opening your private practice. Services Offered: Individual and group supervision. My theoretical approach is holistic/integrative. I rely on CBT therapy and motivational interviewing in my practice. Location: Meeting in my office at 4515 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago IL 60630 or 115 S Wilke Road Suite 203, Arlington Heights, IL 60005. Fee Requirements: $100.00 individual supervision per hour; Group: $50.00 per person per hour (group minimum: 3). Other: Please see www.duiillinois.com/ for more information.