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Your Path to Wellness

The Aspen Center is a group practice providing individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy.


We offer a personalized approach that focuses on individualism, partnership, respect, and education, with an emphasis on the mind-body connection.  We see you as a “whole person,” recognizing that your symptoms represent only part of the picture.  We work with you to understand what might be out of balance in your life, then develop strategies to find balance and promote well-being.


At The Aspen Center, you can expect an environment that conveys a sense of warmth, comfort, confidentiality, and professionalism.


We are conveniently located in Chicago’s historic 30 North Michigan Avenue Building, with hours to suit busy schedules.

We offer you the flexibility of seeing your therapist in-person or via Zoom for Healthcare, allowing you to meet with your therapist regularly and safely to get the support you need.  

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We treat a wide range of issues including:


Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder

Divorce, Separation, Relationship Complexity

Disordered Eating

Body Image Concerns

Weight Loss

Substance Abuse

Stress Management

Greif and Loss

Relationship Issues

Family of Origin Issues

Stage of Life Transitions

Adjustment to Disability

Chronic Illness

Chronic Pain

Coming-out Issues

Oppression / Discrimination

Work-Life Balance



Individuals come to psychotherapy or counseling for a variety of reasons.  Sometimes it is a problematic symptom requiring understanding.  


Other times, it is a difficult situation in need of exploration, or a loss not fully grieved.  At times, you may feel that something vital is missing from your life, or that you are in need of change within yourself or within your relationships.


Whatever the reason, psychotherapy is a powerful process.  Through the working relationship that develops between patient and psychotherapist, you can become a better observer of yourself, which can lead to a greater sense of self-understanding.  


When we understand ourselves, we are able to get clear about what it is that we want in life.  Once you discover this clarity, the path towards achieving your goals begins to materialize.


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