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EMDR Therapy and its 8 Phases

EMDR Therapy and its 8 Phases

Have you considered seeing a therapist for EMDR Therapy but felt nervous about what the process might look like? Some clients have reported that EMDR Therapy can seem intimidating or even confusing; however, the process is actually quite simple and quick to complete compared to other treatment methods.  Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy […]

Adam Hill – Intern

Adam is a second-year Masters of Social Work student at Loyola University Chicago. He earned his BFA in Music-Voice Performance from Carnegie Mellon University. Prior to beginning his graduate studies and joining the team at CFC Therapy Group, Adam had been endeavoring to discover his true passion. Working in a career in musical theatre, while […]

Catherine Clifford – Intern

With a background in developmental psychology, I have a particular interest in how our life experiences influence our mental, emotional, and physical well-being over time. I recognize that, at times, people may feel hesitant to engage in therapy. Entering any process of change and growth can feel overwhelming. However, with time and patience, I believe […]

Erika Koch-Weser

As our world becomes increasingly complex, navigating life’s experiences can begin to feel dizzying and overwhelming. Even in a room full of people, sometimes we can find ourselves feeling isolated and our uniqueness discouraged. We were never supposed to do this alone. A therapist can be a key part of your support system. If you’d […]

Josette Shine, LCPC, CRC

Every day we face residual effects from past and present traumas. These residual effects then become obstacles which can sometimes take away our livelihood—leaving us feeling defeated, depressed, angry, and lost. I want you to ask yourself this question—when was the last time you felt at peace and what would you do to get that […]

Mayra Iniguez

Mayra Iniguez is a second-year MSW student at Loyola University Chicago. She earned her BA in Political Science and Arabic Studies from DePaul University in 2016. Before starting her graduate studies, Mayra worked in a private practice as part of the admin team and volunteered her time with Refugee One where she found a passion […]

Sukhi Sandhu, LPC

My greatest passion is bringing healing to those who have been through traumatic/stressful experiences. I help my clients including adults, adolescents, and families, to find healthy perceptions of themselves and strengthen their relationships so they can know themselves as peaceful, complete, whole, and safe. I am aware a single approach is not right for every […]

Hillary Burr, MA, LCSW

Hillary Burr, MA, LCSW Hillary Burr

Think you know what therapy looks like? Think again. Bringing together groundbreaking treatments and mindfulness, therapist Hillary Burr will empower you to reach your full potential in a space of authenticity.  Burr offers individuals struggling with life challenges innovative approaches to integrate the mind and body. These include Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), a […]

7 Tips for Setting Goals in the year of 2020 and beyond

7 Tips for Setting Goals in the year of 2020 and beyond

Many of us go into the new year setting the inevitable new years’ goals whether they be professional, personal, physical, spiritual, etc… As years come and go some of us are able to complete all the various goals, we have set for ourselves and others may only complete some of the goals they seek to […]

Joanna Gould

From an early time in my life, I knew I wanted to be a therapist. I started my experience in mental health working with individuals with chronic to severe mental illness, helping them navigate life, building independence, and seeing their growth was one of the best experiences of my life. I’ve always felt that it […]

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