Dan E. Jossen
I am currently a Master's candidate in The Chicago School of Professional Psychology's Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program under the supervision of Jamaal A. Crone, MAR, M.Ed., LPC. I am a welcoming, thoughtful, non-judgemental therapist who wants to help you live your best life. How? I strive to create an environment where you feel comfortable talking about issues that really matter to you. Together, we'll laugh, cry, explore, and navigate towards helpful solutions. Sometimes my most important role is providing a supportive atmosphere and an ability to listen patiently and validate while you share.
Even when I was a public school teacher and financial advisor, people told me things they had never told anyone before. I am familiar with ADHD, anxiety, depression, addiction, tensions around religious beliefs & affiliations, and family of origin challenges.
I am a divorced father of two children and have lived, learned, and made tons of mistakes myself. Through personal experience and formal training, I am familiar with a variety of therapeutic tools: cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); mindfulness; meditation; body awareness among various other helpful interventions. The best solutions are ones you choose for yourself: I hope to help you discover effective choices and options.