Judy is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor experienced working with adults of all ages. A graduate of the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Judy also holds a PhD from Northwestern University in sociology and still finds the sociological imagination to be a useful way to look at an individual and their environment. Read her full bio here.
What self-care techniques or activities do you do?
I rely on nature, books, music, and friends to get through the week.
What made you become a therapist?
I had experienced so many losses and lived through so much pain by the time I turned 40 that I wanted to give others hope and be a companion to them as they went through similar challenges.
What are your specialties?
Childhood wounds, coping with anxiety, relationship disappointments, life transitions.
Did you have a career before becoming a therapist?
Several – theatrical design, sociologist, management consultant, landscape designer.
Why do you believe that counseling can help?
Because my goal is to assist YOU, without a conflicting agenda. Our time together is yours.
Why is it important to seek counseling?
Even though it can be daunting, you will benefit from a fresh perspective, a new understanding of yourself, and extra support that counseling provides.