Meet The Team
Children, Adolescent, & Teens
Chrissy Jordan is a License Social Worker with a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s degree in social work from Aurora University. She has over 15 years of experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities. She utilizes a multidimensional approach to therapy, exploring the needs of the individual she is working with. She desires assist others in healing from trauma, building self-worth, overcoming addiction and reaching their goals using an eclectic approach. Her goal is to work with each individual to help them build on their personal strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
MA in Addictions, CADC
LaTjuan Richie is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (CADC) with Master in Health Science in Addiction Studies! LaTjuan has been providing Addictions Counseling using group and individual therapy.
MA in CMHC, LPC
Rashidah holds a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Her passion is working with clients, particularly women, to increase self- awareness and to promote growth and development through the use of thorough and effective counseling.
Jeannette is a registered nurse who has over 30 years of experiences working with individuals with intellectual and behavioral disabilities.
Jasmine is a licensed social worker. Accepting clients in Illinois. Jasmine believes You are the driver of your own life, your behaviors, your thoughts, and your own growth.
Jasmine became a therapist due to her own personal experiences of dealing with childhood trauma and multigenerational problems that she had to overcome. It took for her to look deep within herself to acknowledge and accept her strengths. Which helped with her personal growth.
Jasmine is very motivated about helping youth find and exercise their voices, and be their most authentic selves; Jasmine works to equip youth and adolescents with the tools and skills to develop social emotional learning, coping skills to manage anxiety, depression, interpersonal struggles, and many other issues that youth face day to day.
Mia's experience working with the prenatal and postpartum community; adolescent and older adult community; LGBT community; bipolar disorder; anxiety disorder; depressive disorder with mild to sever safety presentations; post traumatic stress disorder; conduct disorders, psychotic disorder (I.e. schizophrenia).
Mia strives to address the biopsychosocial needs of my clients, with respect to their dignity, rights, unique diversities through using various evidenced based interventions ( i.e., CBT), holistic approaches, harm reduction, case management, and overall person centered therapy.