Joe Flint, LCPC
Chicago – Evanston Office
Joe Flint is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who loves to help individuals and couples understand their feelings, identify and execute change to feel better, and accept when change is beyond their reach. He received his Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Northeastern Illinois University in 2000. Eclectic in his approach, he looks at the impact cognitive distortions, dysfunctional family systems, and lingering grief contribute to his clients’ current presentation. Joe’s training and clinical experiences include work with anxiety, mood disorders, relationship issues and life transitions, as well as clients struggling with complicated and/or prolonged grief, sexual orientation and gender identity issues, and adoption-related issues. In addition, Joe is passionate in working with individuals who identify as LGBTQ+, those seeking support around HIV status, issues related to aging, and the health decline of a loved one(s).
Anger Management, Anxiety, Attachment Issues, CBT, Codependency, Depression, Divorce, Elder Issues, Faith/Spirituality/Religion, Family of Origin, Gender Identity Development, Gender Non-Conforming, Grief and Loss, Infertility/Reproductivity, Kink Affirmative, LGBTQ, Meditation, Men’s Issues, Mindfulness, Occupational Issues, Polyamorous Relationships, Premarital Issues, Relationships, Self-Esteem, Sexual Identity Development, Single’s Issues, Social Anxiety, Stress Management, Terminal Illness, Transgender Support