Providing therapy for Evanston adults.
“My goal is to help you better understand your thoughts, behaviors and relationships so you can build the life that you always wanted. I approach every client as a unique individual who needs compassion and care to achieve balance and learn the skills necessary for growth.
“I believe in the strength of each individual, and their resiliency. I am here to help you find yourself in a world that has already told you who to be. I use humor and empathy as we work through difficult times in your life, and provide challenge to help you on your path.
“I use an integrative approach, drawing from a psychodynamic and systems-based framework, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and trauma-informed treatment. My goal is to meet you where you are and help you get where you want to be.”
Anxiety/social anxiety, college student mental health, couples counseling, depression, emotional regulation, family/family of origin, grief/loss, identity/self-esteem, marriage/ relationships, mindfulness and self care, shame, stress, trauma, and women’s issues.
Amy Bailey, M.A., LCPC (she, her, hers) graduated from Loyola University’s Community Counseling Program in 1998. She has worked in a variety of mental health settings including residential care, independent living, foster care, and private practice.
Amy sees clients virtually and in our Evanston office on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Insurance: Accepts self-pay, Blue Cross/Blue Shield PPO and Aetna PPO.