Christina Munro, LSW
I offer a supportive, empathic, and non-judgemental approach in my sessions. I have experience working with children and teens of all different ages in my previous work as a school social worker, and community mental health worker in the Chicago area.
I specialize in working with clients who live with ADHD, Anxiety, Body Image & Eating Disorders, Depression, Gender & Sexuality, School Issues, and Stress & Trauma.
I take a trauma-informed, holistic, and client-centered approach to therapy. I recognize every client is unique and requires an individualized approach to treatment. Informed in a number of different frameworks including, cognitive behavioral therapy, humanistic person-centered, play, and mindfulness-based approaches. I also operate from a Health at Every Size® framework and am currently working on my Intuitive Eating Counselor certification. I am fat-positive and weight neutral. My main goal for every person I work with is to help them understand themselves better, and treat themselves with compassion.
As a therapist, I work from the belief that all people deserve to feel safe and at home in their bodies. I believe that eating disorder recovery is possible and I am passionate about walking alongside my clients on their journeys. My therapy style is warm, humorous, and compassionate. I aim to provide a non-judgmental, empathic space where my clients feel seen and understood.
I specialize in treating eating disorders and disordered eating behaviors, as well as related anxiety, depression, and body image concerns. I provide individual, family, and group therapy services to people of all genders. My theoretical framework is built upon person-centered therapies and I incorporate aspects of ACT, DBT, and Motivational Interviewing in sessions.
Grace Harrington, LCSW
I am an anti-diet, HAES, fat-friendly mental health therapist who will help you examine how both your own internalized fat bias and the systematic inequalities in our culture are impacting your emotional and mental well being in order to help you heal and thrive, no matter what your body size.
Starks Therapy Group
We are a mental health therapy practice that serves adults, teens and kids dealing with mental health challenges. We work with all clients from a weight neutral stance and embrace a Health At Every Size philosophy to mental health. We work with those dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, life stressors, ADHD and their families. We are also LGBTIA+ inclusive and committed to anti-racism work. We have folks on our team who specialize in art therapy, EMDR, ACT, Internal Family Systems, Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy, those working through changes in their faith and CBT.
Tabitha Guillaume, LCPC, MA
I am passionate about helping people, specifically people who are tired of going through the same old habits and not feeling any different. I know what it’s like to struggle, specifically in some of the areas that I treat, so I am honored to be helping people discover the genuine versions of themselves. My best work is done when walking alongside adolescents and adults to help build a better sense of self when struggles with body image, eating, perfectionism, and anxiety appear. I use an eclectic approach looking for what works best to help you reach your goals all the while providing a warm, inviting space allowing you to be yourself.
Being in the field for 10 years has allowed me to sit with clients in times of need, and support them in ways that benefit their emotional well-being. I encourage my clients to be active participants in the space through sharing perspectives, ideas, and feedback regarding the process. This is all about you, and I will allow you to define the space as you see most helpful. Throughout my experience, I have been provided with the opportunity to be trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Exposure Response Prevention (ERP). Despite the knowledge of these therapies, we will work together to identify the best path to foster a balanced life.