Pam Kranyak, MA, LPC
Pam Kranyak is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Staff Psychotherapist at The Aspen Center. She
received a Bachelor's degree in Secondary Education from Northwestern University and a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adler University in Chicago.
Pam has experience in various counseling and teaching roles and, across these roles, Pam has brought her passion for attentive listening and unconditional positive regard. Pam is passionate about small-scale conversations with large-scale potential; she knows that simple moments can change big things.
Pam believes in the power of fostering both insight and self-compassion to empower patient growth. She also recognizes that change takes time, and she approaches therapy with attention to patients' timelines and expectations. She uses a systems-based approach to honor patients' identities and their experiences.
Pam works with patients across various concerns, including but not limited to, anxiety, depression, LGBTQIA+ and questioning identity, interpersonal challenges, and grief and loss. Pam is pleased to be part of The Aspen Center team and is passionate about supporting patients through their mental health journey.