1701 E. Woodfield Road,Suite 905,
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Work Cell: 847-204-9602

Dr. Stacy Stewart is a welcomed addition to our team of highly skilled clinical psychologists. According to Dr. Stewart, we often encounter life events that impact our ability to accurately see, meaningfully regulate, and genuinely believe in ourselves. Dr. Stewart believes that therapy is a collaborative process that assists us in uncovering our truest selves and providing us with tools to live a life aligned with our core values. Dr. Stewart takes a strengths-focused, trauma-informed approach with clients

Educational Background

Dr. Stewart graduated from DePaul University with a PhD in clinical psychology. She draws from various theoretical frameworks, integrating the most salient aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) into treatment. She work with clients across the lifespan and families with a myriad of presenting concerns. Dr. Stewart has a message for you! “I am excited to help you see your true reflection. Let’s partner together on this healing journey!”

Additional Areas of Interest

Dr. Stewart works with children, families, and adults in the individual and group therapy setting. She is skilled at treating a range of mental health concerns, and has a hands-on approach that parents find particularly useful when she works with their kids. Dr. Stewart is currently running trauma informed grief groups at our community locations (The Chicago Foundation for Mental Health) where she works with parents who have lost children to gun violence. Dr. Stewart is motivated to provide POC with a safe space to process their own life experiences as well as the societal traumas that are constantly taking place. According to her, Dr. Stewart got into the field with a true desire to provide access to individuals who do not have access or feel comfortable seeking services; for this reason she is an invaluable asset to our team.