Counseling or psychotherapy provided to one person at a time. Individual sessions focus on a single person – the client – and the dynamics he or she encounters. Individual sessions are most effective in dealing with issues that are personally relevant to the client where the client prefers a setting that is private and safe. Some examples of work done in individual sessions are: depression, personality refinement, anxiety, addictions or intimacy.
Counseling or psychotherapy provided to two people at the same time. These two individuals are usually in an intimate relationship (i.e., married, dating, divorcing) and are experiencing some difficulty in their relationship. Couple’s sessions are most effective in dealing with the dynamics between two intimately involved parties who are seeking to resolve their dilemma together. Some examples of work done in couple’s sessions are: conflict, infidelity, commitment and sexual addictions.
Counseling or psychotherapy provided to at least two people of the same family at the same time. These individuals are usually related by some sort of family tie and are experiencing discord that is making family life difficult or unsettling. Family sessions are most effective in dealing with multiple dynamics and personalities in a family system and a safe and neutral place is needed in order to resolve discontent or disharmony. Some examples of work done in family sessions are: self-mutilation, abuse, addictions and conflict.
Supportive counseling or psychotherapy provided to at least six (6) people at the same time. These individuals may or may not know each other but are brought together to work out a particular issue or work on a specific dynamic together. Some examples of work done in group sessions are: addictions, depression and sexuality. Groups are also created for retreats.
Getting along with co-workers and partners can be a challenge, especially when they are all high achievers. High Achievers see the world differently and feel comfortable challenging themselves and those around them. Although these encounters can be exhilarating and productive for the company, it can create an environment of discontent and produce low morale that directly affects the bottom line.
A business group is an effective tool your company or department can use to get to the root of contention and strife in a way that is safe and increases your bottom line. A CHiA senior clinician will organize and lead your tailored business therapy group with a depth of understanding that is unique to your company.
High Achievers know that the most successful individuals are not always the brightest; they are internally focused and externally motivated. To keep this focus and motivation, one must have the ability to be consistent, thoughtful and clear headed. If you want to keep your executives and staff at their best, give them access to the best therapists in the city. Having your own corporate therapist allows your company to have the benefit of a consistent clinical resource to support the most important part of your staff – their mind. Why settle for any therapist or risk sending the minds of your best investments to an overworked and underpaid clinician? Chicago’s High Achievers takes the guesswork out of finding the best most seasoned clinicians in Chicago because we have done the research for you. Don't trust your best minds to just anyone, trust them to us – we know you.
$200 per session (50 minutes); $300 per session (90 minutes); Groups (Varies); We offer psychotherapy packages available with fees as low at $140 per session to clients who are committed to their treatment. Sliding scale fee is also available, for more information call (312) 382-8710.