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 graduated from Loyola University with my Master of Social Work degree. I have a background in coaching and helping people achieve their goals for the past decade and cultivated a passion to help others in their struggles and relationships. I am passionate about helping clients set and giving them tools to reach their goals. I like to focus on social and emotional development, trauma focused work, and life transitions. I like working with diverse populations like children, BIPOC, Queer, or neurodivergent, substance abuse. I hope to help you feel welcomed, safe, and no judgement when you work with me.
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: