- Individual Counseling and Psychotherapy
- Career Counseling
- Spiritual Guidance and Direction
Treatment can be sought for Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety, Panic Disorders, Specific Phobias, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Stress-Management, Women's Issues, Men's Issues, Communication Problems, Life Transition Issues, Life Dissatisfaction, Addictions/Co-Dependency Issues, Eating Disorders, Sexual Issues, Attention Deficit Disorders, Grief Related Issues, Self-Esteem, Adjustment Disorders, Chronic Health Issues, and others.
- Pre-marital Counseling and Psychotherapy
- Marriage and Couples Counseling and Psychotherapy
- The 8 Habits of a Successful Marriage
- Relationship Problems
- Parenting, Co-Parenting, and Childrearing Issues
- Family Issues
- Family Counseling and Psychotherapy
What is your Superpower?
Our group therapy sessions for adults with disabilities will focus on specific issues that every adult must learn to personally manage. We will address these issues through the unique lens of adults with disabilities. We will cover the specific topics of safety, dating, household chores and self-care, school and hobbies, relationships with parents and caretakers, and holiday stressors and celebrations. Sessions will include sharing our experiences, education, coping skills, role play, and reflection. As our final session will take place December 9th, we will have a holiday party of our own. We will reflect on the previous year and our experiences in group therapy and make personalized plans for the year to come! Our group will meet for 5 sessions spread over the course of 5 weeks. Sessions take place every Saturday starting November 11th. Each session will run from 10 AM to 11:30 AM. Payment per session is $50 or use of insurance. It is our intention to provide those that attend the skills and confidence they need to better navigate the world around them, and perhaps, make a few friends along the way. The group will be run by Rachel Garcia and Hillary Ray, both of whom are interns at Olive Branch that are pursuing their master’s degrees in clinical mental health counseling at Trinity Christian College. Rachel Garcia’s background as a registered behavioral therapist will provide an essential perspective into the challenges that our clients may face. Hillary Ray’s experience of growing up with two younger brothers on the autistic spectrum offers necessary insight and awareness for the individual needs of our clients.
RSVP by Nov. 6th. Please text or call Hillary (312) 620-8154 or Rachel (708) 620-2419
Survive 2 Thrive:
This is a Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills-based group for those suffering from trauma, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, domestic violence, depression, anxiety, and/or chemical dependency. Counselor Serbia, LPC will guide you in increasing your awareness and ability to let go of thoughts contributing to emotional suffering. Learn how to decrease unwanted behaviors, stay present, manage crisis situations, and let go of self-judgement. Call (708) 633-8000 x3 for information and upcoming schedule.
Finding Identity through Motherhood:
Are you a new mom of a 0-12 month old? Have you found that your life has changed tremendously and you miss your "old" life? Whether this is your first child or fourth life after a newborn can be hectic and mothers have struggled with maintaining their sense of self post-partum. This 8- week in person group is a skills-based group that assists mothers in maintaining boundaries, creating a self-care routine, and coping with symptoms of anxiety and depression through peer support. The group will be led by Licensed Professional Counselor Kayla Lucas who has experience in working in maternal mental health, lactation support and lived experience. Call (708) 633-8000 X3 to join!
- Thank You...A Class on Parenting
- The 8 Habits of a Successful Marriage
- The Power of Two
- Anger Management
- Smoking Cessation
Olive Branch Counseling Associates tiene servicios disponibles en español. Los servicios brindados son consejería individual, matrimonial, y casos de reunión familiar. Nuestra consejera disponible trabaja con individuos de todas las edades, incluyendo niños pequeños, adolescentes, y adultos. Si tienen cualquier pregunta, por favor comuníquese con nosotros vía llamada o correo electrónico.
Do you have a clinical position that does not offer you supervision? You may be able to join one of our weekly group supervision sessions and receive the supervision you need to obtain your LPC or LCPC. Call and speak with Louella at 708-633-8000 x 3
What to Expect
You can expect to be treated with dignity and respect in our office. Everyone has a unique story to tell. At Olive Branch your story will be honored. One quality that our therapists have in common is their ability to be attentive, empathic listeners. Your initial session will include gathering some information about your personal history and your current reasons for coming into the office. You will be asked to fill out the appropriate forms if you would like us to file with your insurance company for payment. We provide this service at no charge to our clients. If you do not have insurance or if we do not currently accept your insurance, we will work hard to offer you our services at a rate you can afford using a sliding scale. After the initial information gathering is completed, you and your therapist will discuss a diagnosis, if you like, and your therapist will outline a course of treatment that is acceptable to you both. If you think it is time for you to schedule an appointment, please telephone the office (708) 633-8000. Many people say they feel better just by making the call!
To make an appointment or to ask for more information, please call (708) 633-8000.