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Our Services

Come as you are
Therapy

Therapy

We offer individual, couples, and family therapy.
Gender Affirmative Support

Gender Affirmative Support

We offer readiness letters for surgery & HRT.
Psychological Testing

Psychological Testing

We offer evaluations for cognitive, emotional, & personality assessment.
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Meet Our Team

Our clinical team is diverse in training and experience. We specialize in gender and sexual diversity. We’re passionate and committed to providing affirmative and competent care.
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FAQs

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How can we help?

FAQs

Learn more about our services and see answers to frequently asked questions.

How can we help?

FAQs

Learn more about our services and see answers to frequently asked questions.

About our Partner Practice

Chicago Mindful Psychotherapy (CMP) is a group practice based in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood with an additional location in Chicago’s Loop. It became a subsidiary of Andersonville Psychology in January of 2020 as part of our longer-term goal of increasing access to mental health care throughout the Chicago area. The practice provides psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, and families. Additionally, CMP’s team facilitates a variety of group therapy offerings, including Mindful Anger Management, and Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR).

CMP’s team consists of highly skilled, diversely qualified clinicians with specialities that include the integration of mindfulness skills and meditation, as well as addiction and recovery support, somatic-based therapeutic practices, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)– among other specialities. They are psychotherapists first and foremost, and each clinician has their own personal relationship to mindfulness in addition to their training in mental health care.