Taejah Vemuri, LPC, MPH

Chicago – N. Michigan Ave | Chicago – River West

Taejah Vemuri is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Prior to her graduate counseling education at Northwestern University, Taejah received a Masters in Public Health from the University of Michigan and worked for three years with youth who had histories of sexual and physical abuse at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Northwestern University. During her graduate counseling program, Taejah trained at Northwestern University’s Family Institute and at Urban Balance where she worked with young adult and middle-aged individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, phobias, eating disorders, trauma, grief and loss, family issues, and relationships. She is Level I trained in the Gottman Method of couples counseling and has completed Level I EMDR training and DBT training. Her clinical specialties include eating disorders, self-esteem, body image, and the connection between physical health and emotional well being. 

As a therapist, Taejah utilizes a psychodynamic perspective, but also incorporates components of acceptance and commitment therapy, depending on the needs of each client. Her goal is to provide an empathetic and judgement-free space in which clients can share their backgrounds and challenges, and move towards insight and positive growth.


Anger Management, Attachment Issues, Bipolar Disorder, Career Counseling, Caregiver Support, Codependency, Cross-Cultural Issues, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Eating Disorders, EMDR, Executive Coaching, Family of Origin, LGBTQ, Military Population, Mindfulness, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Occupational Issues, Pre/Post-Natal Issues, Premarital Issues, Process Addictions, PTSD/Trauma, Sexual Abuse, Stress Management, Terminal Illness, Weight/Body Issues, Women’s Issues

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