30 North Michigan Avenue | Suite 925 | Chicago, IL 60602

312.263.9400

info@aspencenterchicago.com

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Our Services

The Aspen Center provides quality mental health services in a convenient, comfortable environment with hours to fit busy schedules.

                                                            

We provide psychotherapy/counseling in various modalities:

Individual

Couple

Family

Group

 

If you are not sure which modality is best for your given situation, please contact us and our Intake Coordinator will assist you.

 

Standard Individual, Couples, and Family sessions are 45 minutes in length.  We also offer Extended Sessions when it better meets your individual needs.  The length of sessions will be discussed during your initial meting with your psychotherapist, and throughout your treatment process as needed.  You first session will be 45 minutes in length.

 

Generally, weekly treatment is recommended.  However, The Aspen Center’s psychotherapists have the flexibility to provide twice a week psychotherapy when it is indicated.

 

Unless otherwise noted, Group Psychotherapy/Counseling Sessions are 1 hour and 15 minutes in length and meet once a week.

 

The Aspen Center’s psychotherapists are trained to work from a social justice perspective and receive extensive training to work with the LGBT community, people with disabilities, and diverse populations.

 

Our staff’s diverse clinical background allows us to treat a wide variety of concerns.

 

Some commonly treated concerns at The Aspen Center:

 

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

 

Your psychotherapist will work with you to gain an understanding your you presenting concern and develop a plan of action.

 

Because understanding is a key factor in therapeutic success, it is essential that you provide your psychotherapist with feedback if you feel he or she has misunderstood something or does not have a clear picture of your situation.

 

We value your feedback as it helps us provide a more individualized treatment experience for you.

 

For more information about your psychotherapists click here.