The Soul of SOL: Diversity in Life, Diversity in Healing

Meet Our Therapists: Compassion and non-judgment are hallmarks of each one of our therapists, as is incorporating cutting-edge techniques and modalities. Their extensive experience blending Western and Eastern approaches to healing such as cognitive-behavioral therapy and neurobiology alongside mindfulness, energy healing and yoga traditions, as well as Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine will powerfully honor your path in mind, body and spirit.



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“Being a therapist was a gift that was given to me. This is my truth. I know that spirituality is not separate from psychology. Therapy to me is an intuitive and spiritual journey that provides so many opportunities to experience the awesomeness in our lives. I truly believe in the power of love and connection, and I want every participant to feel that power of love if they can be open to it even for a split second.“

Anviksha is an experienced and passionate Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, whose caring and commitment to her clients comes through in every session. Recognized in her treatment approach to anxiety, phobias, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, her holistic and integrative approach also successfully treats depression and life transitions and provides a foundation to work with cultural identity and multicultural relationships.

When she first meets clients, her deeply intuitive approach helps her see all the possibilities for wellness. Her therapy style is active, guided and experiential, as she enjoys guiding people through a creative and spiritual process, bringing in any and all modalities needed for that person to experience themselves as not only whole, but wholly healed as well. 

Anviksha’s Education and Experience

  • Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin- Madison

  • Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, California.

  • Academic experience includes years of research on race, prejudice, culture and the acculturation process.

  • Worked and studied with several leaders in transpersonal psychology and various types of spiritual practices.

  • Presented at state conferences,

  • Guest lecturer for marriage and family therapy graduate programs in Chicago.






“My goal is help people find balance, understanding, and growth as they walk on their journey toward healing, and to help our participants connect to the power and the messages of the universe.”

Yvette views the therapeutic relationship as a partnership, working together to process unresolved issues, regain confidence, and rediscover inner strength. Ultimately, through newfound strength and skills, you are empowered to positively overcome obstacles and transform your life.

On this path, Yvette uses a variety of modalities, including: trauma-focused therapy, child-parent psychotherapy, behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy, mindfulness, play therapy, and expressive arts.

She works with people across the lifespan who have experienced or witnessed trauma, community violence, childhood trauma, racial or multicultural identity issues, interpersonal conflict, life transitions, grief and loss, and anxiety. She has extensive experience working with caregivers and their children (birth-five years of age) who have experienced trauma. 

In addition, she helps those who have experienced the sense of grief and loss connected to the death or loss of a pet or animal companion. Animal companions become very much a part of our family. She helps people process that loss in a nonjudgmental and supportive manner.

Yvette’s Education and Experience

  • Bilingual/Bicultural Spanish-speaking Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
  • Bachelor of Arts degree in Applied Psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago 
  • Master of Arts degree in Clinical Counseling from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. 






“The first thing I want you to feel when you meet me is comfortable. The second thing is the desire to smile and perhaps even let out a little laugh. I like to meet the world with a humorous attitude whenever possible! I know how scary it can be to share yourself with someone new, and I want to make you feel as seen and safe and at home as possible.” 

Katelyn practices therapy and counseling from an empowerment lens, helping her clients become the best and most authentic version of themselves they can be. 

With a strong research and clinical background in dating violence and trauma, Katelyn has worked with survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault for many years. She not only helps people get out of trauma and let go of shame, she accompanies them as they move through the intense process of healing to find their strength and voice after being victimized. 

She also understands that the impact trauma has on couples and families can be pervasive, resulting in issues with intimacy, trust, anxiety and depression. 

Her mindfulness-based, holistic perspective helps her clients first cope, then feel safe in their relationships and finally change patterns created by trauma. 

Her passion for social issues give her a unique scope to always see how larger systems are impacting individuals, couples, and families.

Katelyn’s Education and Experience

  • Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Women and Gender Studies at Loyola University in Chicago, Illinois. 
  • Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from the Adler School of Professional Psychology
  • Illinois Certified Domestic Violence Professional (ICDVP)






“I’ve been able to sense people’s energies and the energy that surrounds them since I was a young child. In my work as a therapist, I am called to help people incorporate their culture and spirituality and to be authentic to who they are without fear, shame or judgment.“

Katherine’s compassionate approach is based on the belief that the foundation of therapy is embedded in the connection she has with her clients. Having an energetic connection gives her a deeper understanding into how they may be feeling; helping her to support and collaborate with them to meet their unique needs. 

Much of the therapy she does is through empowerment and highlighting her client’s strengths. She believes it is critical for them to see their value as beautifully unique and resilient individuals.

Her practice centers around helping individuals, couples and families cope with trauma, anxiety and depression, particularly children and families. She believes it is important to guide children as early as possible to develop self-love, which promotes development, balance and all around wellness.

For Katherine, the qualities and passion that embody her professionally and personally are one and the same. Her desire to relieve pain and suffering from others is what drives her the most.

Katherine’s Education and Experience

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
  • Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Adler University
  • Extensive research and clinical experience in parent-child relationships and attachment






“I am dedicated to meeting clients where they are, free of judgments or agenda for how someone's life "should" be. I view therapy as a collaborative process where we work together to find your equilibrium, strengths and abilities. My goal is to make you feel comfortable and provide a safe place to come and be able to begin your healing process.” 

Rosemary approaches her clients with a strength based approach that emphasizes the client’s self-determination and strengths. Rosemary believes each individual is resilient and resourceful in their own adversity. She helps her clients reach self-determination and find their strengths through play therapy, trauma-focused therapy, child-parent psychotherapy, behavioral therapy and psychodynamic therapy. 

Rosemary’s passion in working with children, teens, adolescents and their families has given her the drive to help her clients reach their full potential. Specifically assisting them to feel empowered after experiencing a great deal of trauma; including, but not limited to, childhood trauma, family violence, community violence, sexual abuse/assault, depression, anxiety, ADHD, behavioral problems, grief and loss, gender identity, and sexual orientation. Rosemary is fluent in Spanish and approaches therapy with a multicultural lens. 

Rosemary received her Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Psychology, Sociology and Criminal Justice at Iowa State University in Iowa. She then went on to receive her Masters of Social Work degree from DePaul University, in Chicago Illinois.