Find a Therapist in Chicago. It Shouldn’t be Trial and Error.

We live in a world of constant change.

With each big change comes new challenges. Some of the changes we experience fill us with joy and excitement. Others are more painful. But almost all are fraught with challenges, and periods of discomfort.

At Compatible Counseling Solutions we understand how overwhelming it can be to find quality counseling during challenging times. We continue to be Chicago’s only in-person source to find a therapist in Chicago without the added pressure of interviewing multiple candidates.

In addition to our signature assessment and referral service, we also offer ongoing counseling for individuals experiencing life transitions and emotional adjustments, as well as unresolved past or recent trauma.

Let us help you take the next step to a stronger and more resilient future.

Services offered:

  • Comprehensive Assessments and matched referrals to help individuals, couples, and families experiencing a broad range of emotional concerns find a therapist in Chicago.Learn More.
  • Individual counseling for people experiencing specific life transitions and stress related challenges.Learn More.
  • The Daring Way™ and Rising Strong™, Brene´Brown’s renowned curriculums for building Shame Resilience Skills and moving toward more authentic and wholehearted living.Learn More.
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) for individuals seeking help in recovering from disturbing life events.Learn More.

At Compatible Counseling Solutions, whatever service you’re looking for always begins with a comprehensive assessment. During the first session, we will discuss your concerns and the issues you’d like to address in counseling. Then, when we meet again we’ll review your written assessment together and make a plan for the best way to address your needs, whether that’s through a specific referral, traditional talk therapy, The Daring Way™ or Rising Strong™, EMDR, or some combination of the above.

At Compatible Counseling Solutions, you’re always involved in the process and part of the decision regarding how counseling will proceed.















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