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.
Audrey Grahame Raden is listed at AllTherapist.com