We are a therapy and counseling group practice in downtown Chicago and Far North / Northwest Chicago in the Sauganash neighborhood offering individual therapy for adults and young adults, couples, relationship and marriage therapy, tweens, adolescent and family counseling, teletherapy and video counseling as well as clinical supervision & consulting services.
We Come together
at the center
Concentric circles all share the same center, such as tree rings and rippling water droplets. As children, teens, and adults we stand in the innermost circle of a concentric circle, yet, we do not exist completely in isolation. Throughout our life, we co-exist in other relationships and influential systems represented by the outer concentric circles. Some of these significant relationships and systems include our upbringing and home life, partners and spouse, families, friends and peers, school, work, and our community at large. Concentric Counselors and therapy can help you to understand yourself better within the context of your relationships and systems.
Looking at ourselves and our relationships through the lens of concentric circles, we also recognize at the center or core, people of all ages share similar experiences, feelings, and thoughts. At some point, we can all relate to feeling down, sad, anxious, stuck, frustrated, or lonely. We all want to be understood, connected, and loved.
What about the universal desires of wanting to feel more centered, self-accepting, and at ease with ourselves and others?
We know there are universal desires that are felt and desired by all people, and yet, we also recognize that people have certain experiences that make you unique and set you apart from others. At Concentric, we aim and strive to understand you, your personal experiences, and the barriers that are getting in the way of you feeling your best or healthier by tailoring our work with each individual, couple, and family. We are here to help you and your loved ones feel better.
Are you or your family facing obstacles to feeling healthier and connected?
If so, our passionate counselors and therapists offer an array of mental health services and therapeutic approaches to help you and the people that are significant in your life to uncover and work through those barriers. We will help you to identify helpful ways of coping, managing, and existing so you can become more centered, feel better, grow and evolve, and experience healthier and more fulfilling relationships.
We are a group psychotherapy practice dedicated to our clients’ health and well-being drawing from a variety of therapeutic approaches. We are proud to serve clients in the Chicagoland area at both our locations. Our office is located in the heart of downtown Chicago in The Loop across from Millennium Park. Our other office is located in the Northwest side of Chicago in the Sauganash, Forest Glen neighborhood. We serve individuals, couples, tweens, teenagers, and families in the city of Chicago and throughout Illinois.
Concentric Counseling provides comprehensive therapy, counseling, and consulting services. We want to help eliminate barriers that people face when seeking help. We strive to provide a safe space for individuals, couples and families to receive the tools, education, and services needed in effort to establish and maintain healthier connections with oneself and with others. Concentric also proudly provides clinical supervision and consulting services for therapists and other mental health professionals in the field. We provide services both in-person and through online, video sessions.
Individual Therapy ›
Tween, Adolescent & Family Therapy
Couples & Marriage Counseling›
Teletherapy & Online Counseling ›
Consulting & Supervision for Professionals ›
Consulting for New Clients
Solution-Focused Services for Parents
We draw from our extensive training, education, and professional and personal experiences to help others feel more connected and loved, centered, and at ease. The therapists at Concentric are experts in relationship problems; couples and marriage; tween, adolescent and family issues; depression, anxiety, and bi-polar disorders; complex, relational trauma; mind-body connection; life transitions and stress; substance misuse, abuse, and compulsive behaviors; and unresolved family-of-origin issues.