Resilience Psychological Services / Chicago / Therapists
 

 

Be seen, Be heard


We are a group of psychologists and psychotherapists based in Chicago.
We are here for you. We are here to listen to your stories.
 

 

 
 
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"The process of beginning therapy is a struggle that is often avoided or delayed. Making the decision to search for a therapist and finding the "right fit" can be unnecessarily difficult. It's important that therapists recognize and appreciate the individual's experience and that we do our part to create a welcoming space and facilitate a dialogue to assist in this process."


 
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"Making your first therapy appointment can be daunting. As a psychotherapist, I get that. It is my priority to make individuals, couples, and families feel understood, heard, and respected. Here's your opportunity to make a change in your life."


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"Life is full of unexpected challenges. How well or poorly we handle these challenges affects our confidence, self-esteem, and ability to make healthy decisions. If you’re struggling, it’s not you’re fault. Most of us were never taught how to manage life’s stressors and challenges. This is where I come in; I help clients just like you."

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"How would our lives be different if we allowed ourselves to process rather than suppress the stress in our lives? We try to live by the expression, “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger," but are then mystified as the chronic hardships of life wear us down instead. Those who come to see me learn how to become stronger and how to process their stress which results in better resilience throughout life."

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Sarah Silva, LCPC

“Finding a therapist you can connect with can be difficult. You're likely looking for someone you can trust and someone who can hold your deep bedded worries and insecurities. In meeting people where they’re at, I connect with people to find meaning and balance in their lives.”