Who are we?
We offer outpatient mental health services to LGBTQ and HIV+ youth and adults. We provide individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy that is FREE to our clients. Our primary goals are your safety, wellness, and helping you achieve the goals you have for your life. Our team of dedicated therapists includes doctoral and master’s level licensed clinicians as well as social work interns. We are committed to helping individuals manage mental health symptoms including anxiety, depression, and substance use. Additionally we offer a place where clients can discuss their life freely and confidentially. Although we do not prescribe psychiatric medications in our clinic, our staff can refer clients to specialists for psychiatric medications.
How can therapy help me?
- Learn new skills to manage emotions and thoughts
- Talk about and work through painful past experiences
- Find out what you care about and make a plan to accomplish goals you have for yourself
- Understand who you are in relationships and learn new ways to interact
- Discuss difficult feelings like hopelessness, helplessness, anger, and anxiety
- Change behaviors or ways of doing things to better your health and wellness
We Value Diversity:
We are sensitive to important aspects of your identity, including LGBTQ identities, HIV status, and experiences faced by youths of color.
How do I sign up?
If you’d like us to contact you about therapy, complete the fields below. Include information about how you can be contacted, and one of our therapists will reach out to you within two business days. In case of an emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
(If you choose telephone contact, we will identify ourselves as calling from the University of Chicago)
“Care can mean being a listening ear to patients who haven’t felt safe in disclosing their medical status for fear of rejection, scrutiny or shame.”
— Elaine Seaton, Medical Case Manager