Jessica A. Sweet's training as a therapist began at Northwestern University, where she worked with couples, families, children and individuals. Jessica used a client-directed, empathetic approach to understand problems and create solutions. She gained additional experience at Metropolitan Family Services, where she worked with children, adolescents, parents and the school system on issues and topics including:

  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Anger management
  • Self-injury
  • Parenting struggles

In her client-centered therapy in Schaumburg, IL, Jessica uses cognitive behavioral techniques, dialectical behavior techniques, play therapy, art therapy and the Internal Family System model. Additionally, she's an American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists Clinical Fellow. Her license number is #166000911.

Fawn Cooney

Fawn Cooney

I understand that asking for help can take courage. I will meet you where you are to help you feel comfortable with the therapeutic process and guide you toward marked changes and better understanding through goal settings and structure. I put efforts towards making all of my clients feel comfortable in any way I can by providing support, empathy, a nonjudgmental stance, reliability and confidentiality.

To reach these goals, I like to use certain approaches such as cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and solution focused therapy. Our thoughts have a significant effect on how we feel and behave. I like to intervene when my clients have negative thoughts and reframe them together as a team as well as build coping skills.

I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and children and helping them improve their relationships with those that surround them.

Dajanéé Tate

Dajanéé Tate received a Master's Degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology from North Park University. Her ideal clients include emerging adults, children and adolescents, and couples. Topics I like to focus on are self-worth and self-esteem, life-stage transitions, African-American Men's wellness, stress management, relational trauma and women's issues . Dajanéé offers client-focused therapy in a warm , empathetic and non-judgemental environment. LGBTQ+ welcoming.


I began my training as a mental health counselor and art therapist at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where I worked with individuals and groups in various settings. I believe therapy is a collaborative experience where the participant gets to guide the process at their preferred pace. I acknowledge that humans have multiple intersectional identities and belong to many systems that may impact their therapeutic exploration. I invite all forms of creative expression and the use of symbolism/ metaphors as tools for reflection. I hope to bring transparency and compassion to each interaction.

Languages Spoken
Gujarati and Hindi

Specialties • Anxiety/ Depression • Race-based trauma • Grief • Substance Use • Life transitions • Coping Skills • Stress