Bipolar Disorder Counselors

Christine Barker LCPC, Co-owner

Christine Barker is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), and have been in private practice since 2010. She earned her Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Lewis University. Christine specializes in working with individuals (teens and adults), couples, and families on a variety of concerns ranging from relationship issues, depression and anxiety, to personality disorders. She is also trained and experienced with Divorce Mediation Services.

“I believe that each person’s issues are unique, and therapy changes on a case by case basis. Each of us have a different combination of attributes, personality characteristics, experiences and backgrounds. The combination of all that is YOUR life, and only yours. Therefore, I use an eclectic and empathic approach with each of my clients and sessions. I truly enjoy counseling individuals, families, and couples who are ready to move their life forward in a positive direction.”

Brittany Roback LCPC, CADC, Co-owner

Brittany Roback earned her Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Lewis University. Although she specializes in working with children and adolescents, she enjoys working with individuals of all ages. Brittany has worked with a variety of issues, ranging from family issues such as divorce or parent-child disputes, to personal issues of anxiety, substance use, and behavioral concerns.

“One of the hardest things in life is to ask for help. I respect this and that respect starts from the second you are brave enough to consider help. I believe that everyone has the potential to change the things in their life they would like to and can change when provided the right tools. I specialize in Children and adolescents as well as addiction services for all ages. I take pride in working closely with the client and their families to give themselves the bright futures they deserve. I provide a comfortable and respectful atmosphere where we can work together to get you the life you deserve”.

Chelsea Bogda LPC

Child and adult psychotherapy

Are you feeling overwhelmed with work, or maybe your mind won’t shut off to enjoy a moment with your friends or family. Maybe your kiddos are acting out, and you don’t know how to help! In those moments, when we can’t seem to find our way, we might need someone to guide us in the right direction.

“We don’t have to do all of it alone. We were never meant to.” –Brené Brown

While therapy can seem frightening or uncomfortable, sometimes we need someone to help navigate through life’s difficulties. When working with a therapist that aligns with our needs, it can often improve the therapeutic experience. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I have a passion for working with the child and adult populations. While my approach for working with both populations differs, the safe, nonjudgmental, and empathic environment, I strive to provide is the same.

Erin Burns, LPC

Adult and adolescent therapy, trauma therapy, identity work

In a world where mental health is often stigmatized, society can leave us feeling judged and misunderstood. Reaching out for help during a difficult time requires significant strength and courage. My passion as a therapist is to facilitate growth in clients, assisting them in accessing the strength they already possess within, while supporting them as they work towards personal growth in an empathic, nonjudgmental, and welcoming environment.

In order to accomplish clients’ goals within therapy, I focus on a collaborative relationship between therapist and client, creating a dynamic that allows clients to feel comfortable expressing themselves openly within session. I believe that a good therapeutic relationship is essential to client growth.

I have experience working with adolescents to older adults. I have worked with individuals experiencing symptoms of Anxiety, Depression, Schizoaffective Disorder, and much more. I am passionate about working with individuals who are struggling with identity as well as those who have experienced trauma.

In my work with clients, I utilize an eclectic approach to counseling, focusing on each individual’s unique experiences and how those experiences impact each client throughout life. I also incorporate Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), using concepts of mindfulness and emotion regulation, as well as Interpersonal Theory, applying a number of interventions that address the individual’s relationship with others and the self. While I understand the importance of using theory to provide structure within therapy, I determine my interventions based on client needs, tailoring treatment to each individual.

heather Anderson child therapy LGBTQ+Heather Anderson, LPC

Child, adolescent, and adult counseling, LGBTQ+ support

I want to be honest with you, admitting that you or a loved one may need help can be scary! You have probably thought about reaching out for support many times before going to Google, looking up your options, and ending up right here, right now, reading my bio. I am proud of you for taking these first steps towards getting the help you need. However, you may still have some reservations about taking the next step and setting up an appointment with a therapist, and that’s okay! I believe that knowledge is power, and I hope I can ease some of your concerns by sharing who I am and what I do with you.

Hello! My name is Heather Anderson (pronouns: she/her/hers), and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Illinois. I earned my Master of Science in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in children and adolescents from Benedictine University in 2018. The reason I chose this program in particular because it emphasized a humanistic approach called Person-Centered Therapy which has three basic principles:

(1) The therapist is genuine with the client.

(2) The therapist provides the client with unconditional positive regard.

(3) The therapist shows an empathetic understanding of the client.

1754 N. Washington St Suite 104A
Naperville, IL 60563

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