Audrey Raden, LCPC 224-286-1122I help people in flux. What does that mean? From time to time, our lives shift, and sometimes these shifts can feel seismic. Our usual way of dealing with things just doesn’t work as well. Maybe it comes on suddenly, or maybe it creeps up and one day you realize you’ve been unhappy for a long time.
Lots of situations can bring you into flux: having a baby, a new job, moving, graduation, getting married or divorced, losing a loved one, perimenopause, kids leaving home, receiving a life altering diagnosis – just to name a few. When there’s more than one transition at a time, your usual way of dealing with things might not be enough.
I can help. Together, we’ll use research-based tools and awareness practices to promote calmer thinking. We work with your strengths and values to reconnect you to what’s most important.
I am passionate about this work being an equal partnership. I may be the one with the tools, but in actuality, you are the mechanic.

 


I have worked with individuals, couples, and groups in private practice, community mental health, and residential treatment since 2006. I have been trained by Postpartum Support International and volunteer on their warmline, talking with women and families affected by maternal mental health issues. I am currently honored to serve as Secretary for the Illinois Chapter of Postpartum Support International. I have been trained by the Gottman Institute to run their Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work and Bringing Baby Home workshops. I have a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from The Family Institute at Northwestern University. When not working, I love to spend time outdoors with my family.


Badge for Postpartum Support International, completion certificate of Components of Care course
Gottman Leader Badge for the Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work

 




 

 


Audrey Grahame Raden is listed at AllTherapist.com