Location

Chicago, Illinois 60637, United States

Description

- Woman Led, Black Owned, Founded by Shemiah Derrick -

How are you feeling these days? If stress, anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, relationships, marriage, parenting challenges, career or job stress, the weight of the pandemic (just to name a few) has affected you, we want to help. Our clients are people like you who are problem aware. You know when something is wrong, it's time for a change or even that something is just "off". Simply put - you know what you want and how you want to feel but you need some support or guidance on how to get there.

We are a diverse counseling practice treating clinical issues (stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, etc.) through a relational lens. This means that we look at how you function in your relationships, how they may be impacting current challenges and how they can be improved to help you move forward.

Not Your Average Collective of Mental Health Therapists -
Our team is composed of clinicians who value diversity and acceptance. We combine education with experience to deliver professional, effective, personalized counseling to our clients.

How We Work -
Our goal is for our clients to be seen and heard and feel like their voices matter. In our client relationships, we function as guides to support and coaches to encourage progress and healing.

Our Promise to You -
We promise to treat you with respect and integrity. We are affirming and allied with no bias towards race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, age, religion, or socioeconomic status. We desire to help you grow from your struggles, heal from your pain, and move forward to create the life you want.

Practice Details
  • Street Address
    6127 South University Avenue, Suite 109
  • City
    Chicago
  • Zip Code
    Chicago
  • State of Practice
    Illinois, Wisconsin
  • Describe Your Practice
    Online and In-Office
  • Accepting New Clients
    No
  • Virtual Therapy
    Yes
  • Prescribes Medication
    No
  • My Website
  • Group Therapy Available
    Yes