Sarah Netzky, M.A., LPC
I am honored and privileged to be invited on the journey of healing with each of my clients. I strive to meet each person where they currently are on their path to self-discovery. While I tailor my approach to each individual’s needs, my style is engaged and supportive, encouraging my clients to step actively into our work together. I provide a warm, non-judgmental environment for each individual to explore the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that may be interfering with living life to the fullest.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor from the National Board of Certified Counselors. I work with a variety of issues related to mood, anxiety, relationships and addictions. I specifically enjoy working with women’s issues including infertility, postpartum depression and anxiety, and bereavement related to the loss of a child or infant. I currently co-lead a mixed gender interpersonal process group and plan to start a support group for mothers who have experienced pregnancy loss or the loss of an infant child. In addition to my work as a therapist, I currently serve on the Board of the Illinois Group Psychotherapy Society and am obtaining my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology.
I believe that a supportive, caring, and honest relationship with each client is of the utmost importance and I strive to be present, empathic and open-minded throughout the therapy process.
Please contact me directly at 872-301-5539 or email@example.com.
Jennifer Harrison, MA
I received my master’s degree in mental health counseling from Purdue University . I enjoy providing individual, couples, and group counseling. I believe in blending components from different clinical modalities and tailoring them to my client’s specific needs. Some of the modalities I have used include interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, behavioral, and humanistic therapy.
I am currently working with adults and adolescents with a variety of issues including: depression, anxiety, trauma, extreme stress, relationship difficulties, adjustment disorders, mood disorders and eating and body-image issues. My priority in our therapeutic relationship is that you feel comfortable and accepted in a safe and non-judgmental environment. It is imperative to me that you feel heard and understood. My objective is to work with you as a whole person, rather than just a list of issues. I truly love what I do and feel privileged to be a part of my client’s lives.
I am active in-session with my clients and I enjoy using humor as a tool for healing and connecting in the therapy relationship. I currently co-lead a mixed-gender, general process therapy group with a focus on relational dynamics between group members.
I see clients in the downtown office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Please feel free to reach me at 317-385-7002 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hanna Weiss, M.A.
As a psychotherapist, I feel privileged to join my adolescent and adult patients in deeply meaningful and personal journeys. I assist my patients in exploring unknown aspects of their being to foster growth, healing, empowerment, authenticity, and creativity. When we approach what is with friendly curiosity, a space for what may be arises. Patients discover that the complexities and contradictions inherent in being human can be understood and given meaning in the therapeutic space.
My therapeutic approach is primarily psychoanalytic and relational. I work with patients who struggle with anxiety, depression, relational issues, low self-esteem, identity concerns, trauma-related disorders, personality disorders, and self-harming behaviors. In the fall, I will be launching a group for those struggling with gender identity issues.
I see clients in Northbrook on Thursdays and Sundays, in Oak Park on Saturday afternoons and downtown on Fridays. I can be reached at 847-732-9436 or email@example.com.