Kathleen Irving, Ph.D.
Dr. Irving is a clinical psychologist with over 25 years experience treating children, adolescents and adults. She specializes in providing treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, relationship issues, eating issues, addiction and women's issues. Her approach to therapy is individualized to your specific needs. Her style is interactive and direct, while her goal is to help people of all ages, backgrounds and beliefs find solutions to personal, relational and family problems.

Prior to becoming a psychologist, Dr. Irving worked as a special education teacher and has extensive experience working with children and adolescents with learning problems, behavioral issues, anxiety, separation issues and depression. In addition, she has a Master's Degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling.
Dana Hall, M.A, L.C.P.C
Dana Hall, M.A, L.C.P.C is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Certified Crisis Interventionist, and Certified Guidance Counselor. Mrs. Hall's approach to therapy centers on an empathetic, transparent, and strength-based counseling style. Her specialties include assisting clients coping with depression, anxiety, grief/loss, trauma/ recovery, and relational issues in removing self-imposed obstacles, making healthier choices, and navigating life and relationships more effectively. In additional to providing individual and family therapy her clinical expertise and interest extends to martial/couple therapy, LGBTQ counseling/advocacy, self-injury, eating disorders,and school-based problem solving.

Mrs. Hall received her Master's degree from Saint Xavier University where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. Her clinical orientation is integrative, pulling from Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Adlerian Theory and Family Systems Theories; however Mrs. Hall may blend elements from different approaches in order to tailor treatment according to each client's needs.
Lisa Fuechtmann, LCPC, CADC, CCH, DCC
Lisa Fuechtmann, LCPC, CADC, CCH, DCC, is a Master's level clinician who graduated from St. Xavier University with dual concentrations in school and community counseling. In addition, Lisa has an undergraduate degree from DePaul University as well as a Master's Degree in Elementary Education from Dominican University. Lisa is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Type 73 Certified School Counselor, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Distance Credentialed Counselor, and Certified Recovery Support Specialist. Lisa has had seven years of experience in the mental health field; including working with children and adults in school and community settings.

Lisa's work with adults has ranged from treating anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and providing marital counseling to hypnotherapy, caregiver support, anger issues, and management of chronic mental illness. Lisa has worked intensively in supervisory roles at community mental health organizations and has provided clinical supervision to therapists in training.

Lisa works from a cognitive behavioral framework and also uses reality therapy and psychodynamic techniques. Lisa's areas of specialty are: marital/relationship counseling, substance abuse, anxiety, work/life balance issues, self-esteem, domestic violence, chronic mental illness, personality disorders, and hypnotherapy.
Olivia O'Hare, LCSW
Olivia is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Illinois. Olivia received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Olivia received her Master's degree in Social Work from the Jane Addams College of Social Work at University of Illinois at Chicago. She has received additional certifications as a Substance Abuse Professional through the Illinois Department of Transportation. Certified as a firefighter psychological support therapist, and in cognitive- behavioral therapy with children and adolescents, which has provided her experience in working with these specific populations.

Olivia has worked in a variety of settings including community-based and hospitals which provided her with experience in a wide range of populations and clinical areas. She approaches clients from a cognitive behavioral perspective while focusing on reaching client goals and helping them reach their best functioning.

Olivia's specialties include first responders, marriage counseling, children, teens, and adults with mood disorders, specifically depression and anxiety. She is comfortable working with behavioral issues, substance abuse, parenting issues, and family therapy. Olivia partners with her clients to assist them in reaching their goals, developing coping skills, and positive thinking to learn and implement healthy ways to manage their lives and relationships.
Michaele Knous, MS, LCPC
Michaele Knous, MS, LCPC is an experienced Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. She completed her Master's Degree in Community Counseling at National Louis University after a successful career as an elementary school teacher. Mrs. Knous considers herself to be a dedicated and compassionate therapist who strives to develop a genuine connection with each client by providing and creating a safe, caring nonjudgmental and professional environment.

She provides counseling services to adolescents/teens, adults, families and couples who face difficulties with issues such as depression anxiety, grief, anger, parenting challenges and family issues. Mrs. Knous' techniques originate from an evidenced based cognitive behavioral perspective (CBT) that include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and other modalities that include a strength based and mindfulness approach.

She believes that "In collaborating with clients I hope to help cultivate inner strength, increase self-awareness and help learn to better manage difficult and challenging emotions and improve emotional resiliency." Lastly, Mrs. Knous feels grateful to be able to work alongside those who are navigating the path to emotional wellness.