Regina believes you have an inner strength that often goes unrecognized. Awareness of that inner strength will allow you to overcome the barriers that have prevented you from moving forward and improving your current situation. As your therapist, she will assist you to take control of your therapy and explore the stressors and concerns in your life. Regina has experience working in adolescent outpatient settings, group homes, and therapeutic foster care. Regina spent the last several years working with adult clients in outpatient settings who are in need of addictions counseling, domestic violence, depression, mood disorders, grief and loss, and crisis intervention.
She has utilized a variety of therapeutic methods, including The Grief Recovery Method, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness-Based Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Christian Counseling; each tailored to your specific needs, goals, and intervention.
Regina emphasizes the use of the grief recovery method as she noticed that a majority of individuals she has worked with had been emotionally incapacitated due to loss of loved ones, hopes, and or dreams.
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Alfrieda believes throughout the life cycle, and there are life events that bring about change in one's life ranging from "manageable" to "difficult and complex." When no longer manageable, these changes sometimes become problematic, interrupting one's emotional and psychological well-being and the ability to function effectively is hindered. As a counselor, Alfrieda will listen to clients from a caring and non-judgmental perspective while being supportive and encouraging. Moreover, her philosophy is "I care" and will administer counsel with "integrity," helping clients resolve problems, develop resilience, learn healthy behaviors, and improve relationships.
Her services include working with individuals, groups, and families struggling with depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationship issues, and bereavement. She has also worked in a therapeutic capacity with Community Health, Human Services, and Faith-based organizations.
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As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Swati has an eye for detail and she has a solution oriented outlook. She has a vast understanding of complex trauma/PTSD, depression, anxiety, grief and loss and personal growth. Knowing that Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, somatic symptoms are some of the struggles that have the potential to affect our functional status and deprive us of getting all the colorful, beautiful flavors of life. Swati is an excellent, multilingual communicator, she is dedicated to providing exceptional clinical care and have a demonstrated track record of success, working with diverse client populations in one-on-one and group settings. she plays the role of motivator, communicator and advocate for her clients.
Swati therapy sessions revolve around Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness, ACT, Impact Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Strength based therapy to help my clients discover how certain modifications in lifestyle, thought patterns, reactions, language can give a new meaning to life and process experiences and emotions.
She believes that nature, friendships, all relations with family, and surroundings, along with work ethics, all play a definitive and a prominent part in our healing and bringing forth dimensions to our personality as we evolve in this journey of life. Let Swati be a part of your healing.
"Live life, celebrate life.' "It’s one life, after all," Swati Bajpai
Liza has a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Liza's goal are to tailor treatment to meet your needs. She will meet you where you are, emotionally and mentally, and together. Her areas of specialization include, anxiety/stress management, depression. Her counseling approach includes many therapeutic inventions such as cognitive behavioral techniques, client-centered therapy, traditional psychodynamic theory, family systems work along with mindfulness and meditation-relationship/peer issues. She has experience with children, adolescents, teens, adults, couples, and families. She is supervised by Regina Thomas, LCPC, CADC, CPAIP, GRS.
Meet our graduate student clinical interns for the 2019 - 2020 term. They will serve clients at our locations in Bolingbrook, Woodridge, and Aurora offices.
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Candice is currently finishing her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is passionate about working with individuals, couples, and families, along with children, adolescent and teens. Her therapeutic approach includes family systems, CBT, and holistic methods, as well as other interventions that engage individuals and families as co-facilitators of emotional healing. Candice's areas of expertise include but are not limited to anxiety, chronic illness, depression, addictions, life adjustments, stress management, self-esteem, anger management, couples work, parental coaching, mediation & reunification counseling, along with family court evaluations. She has completed additional training in the areas of trauma and crisis, grief, domestic violence, and sexual assault trainings and certifications.
Candice believes that healing is a holistic process that happens in the context of a close therapeutic relationship in addition to a spiritual one. Candice received her B.S. in Psychology from the Ashford University, San Diego, California. Her therapeutic approach includes cognitive behavioral techniques, dialectical behavior therapy, client-centered therapy, using traditional psychodynamic theory, family systems work and the influence of positive parenting solutions, along with mindfulness and meditation. She is supervised by Regina Thomas, LCPC, CADC, CPAIP, GRS.