Scott Robinowitz

Therapist in Therapists in Illinois

Education

School: Loyola University Chicago

Year Graduated: 2016

License: Illinois / 149020949

Who I Serve

My perspective is that everyone's life has a story, and therapy is a way to identify and change that story to fit with your goals, values and designs. Seeking therapy can be difficult, and I enjoy supporting people in finding their narrative and re-writing it the way they desire to fit their needs. As a strength-based and client-centered therapist, I believe that meeting people where they are enables them to feel at ease and supported in the process. Helping others identify their innate strengths and using them is a large part of my philosophy. I have expertise and experience working with trauma, anxiety, self-esteem/self-worth, mood disorders, personality disorders, life adjustments, grief, loss, depression and anger. I utilize a narrative approach as well as Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment (ACT), mindfulness and positive psychology. I look forward to supporting you in feeling better now.

Contact information

Chicago Psychological Health Center 2451 North Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614

Chicago Psychological Health Center 2451 North Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614