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Psychotherapy & Counseling in ChicagoOur Mind, Body and Spirit Treatment Approach
"In our bodies, in this moment, there live the seed impulses of the change and spiritual growth we seek, and to awaken them we must bring our awareness into the body, into the here and now."
At InTouch & Motion, we strive to create an open, creative, healing environment for you to explore, grow, and tap into your greatest Self!
We work in collaboration with our clients to establish a plan that holistically integrates mind-body-spirit approaches. Growth and healing do not come in one form, and many times different parts of ourselves need nurturing and support.
Although we are all trained in traditional counseling and talk therapy, we are a team of healers that offer you so much more!
Our range of services--dance/movement therapy, psychotherapy, art therapy, music therapy, hypnotherapy, past life regressions, energetic healing, and intuitive wellness--aim to help you find the right balance of support and opportunities to meet your needs.
Chicago Therapists and Counselors
at InTouch & Motion
I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Board-Certified Dance/Movement Therapist. I established this practice to create an environment that facilitates a sense of freedom, innovation, and acceptance for your uniqueness and process of healing.
I have provided therapy, advocacy, and supportive services for children ages 3 and older, adults of all ages, and couples for over 7 years and have worked with clients from many backgrounds, race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and spiritual beliefs. I have a holistic and solution-oriented approach to therapy that incorporates all parts of the self - cognitive, behavioral, emotional, relational, physical, and spiritual. However, before becoming a therapist, I developed a strong interest in using dance and movement as a tool to help others learn, grow, and heal. I completed my Bachelor’s degree in Dance with a minor in Psychology, and have taught dance to underserved youth.
In addition to teaching, I have continued my professional training and experience in many dance forms such as modern, jazz, ballet, latin and ballroom, to develop body-based self-awareness as well as observational and creative techniques that assist me in offering well-rounded support to others. I completed a dual Master’s degree in Dance/Movement Therapy (DMT) and Counseling from Columbia College Chicago and began my clinical professional career working at non-profit agencies with trauma survivors, foster care, and military veterans before transitioning into private practice in 2014.
I have a special interest in working with trauma survivors, and have completed the 40-hour sexual assault training through the Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault, among other trainings on trauma-informed care. I have also completed the evidence-based Nurturing Parenting Program training in order to better serve children and families. I am a member of the American Dance Therapy Association and have presented my work to local and national audiences. I received the 2012 Alumni of The Year Award from Columbia College Chicago’s Department of Creative Art Therapies, for my work and contributions to the DMT field.
Find out more about me, DMT, and my approach to therapy here.
LPC, R-DMT, CH
I am a Dance/Movement Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor who incorporates a mind-body-spirit approach with healing meditations, Hypnotherapy and Past-Life Regression work. I believe that there are many pathways and levels to healing, and I enjoy adapting my approach to the needs of each individual. I can assist you in tapping into your creativity and intuition as a means to discover the wisdom held within yourself. As a witness to your journey, I reflect back continually in order to facilitate clarity, insight and greater awareness. I have an eclectic approach, drawing from Jungian, Holistic, Humanistic and Developmental frameworks. I am drawn to detecting core beliefs, life-scripts, metaphors and images in order to identify patterns that both serve and block you in being your greatest Self. We work creatively together to remove the blocks that prevent you from moving forward.
I obtained a BA in Psychology with a minor in Dance from Saint Mary’s College, IN in 1999 and was involved in Liturgical Dancing. I received a MA from Columbia College in 2004 in Dance/movement Therapy, and enjoy taking dance classes and doing choreography. I have worked in many settings including psychiatric hospitals, residential facilities for troubled youth, halfway houses for disabled adults, and recovery centers for those struggling with addiction. I have also applied my creative skills with pregnant women, children, local parishioners, and the elderly. I continue to witness the power of moving with others, and the benefits of facilitating trust in the body.
Just as movement can tap into the flow of the creative process, meditation, past-life regressions, and hypnotherapy can tap into the creative wisdom deep within. It is important to me to help others access their own internal wisdom and to strengthen that connection. Many times our behavior and reactions are influenced by the messages, experiences, and beliefs imprinted into our minds long ago. Through past-life regressions and hypnotherapy, clients can excavate the unserving patterns so that they can re-shape it into healthier ones. Spirituality is also important to me to incorporate into the healing process. Many times clients can access guidance from beyond through guided meditations, past-life regressions and hypnotherapy. I’m happy to use these tools with you in your process if interested. I’m fortunate to have trained with Brian Weiss, Susan Wisehart, and The Wellness Institute.
I am happy to schedule a FREE consultation with you!
I am a Registered Art Therapist (ATR). I received my Master’s degree in 2014 in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in Art Therapy from Adler University in Chicago.
In therapy, I believe in developing an authentic, personal, client-counselor relationship. I work from a strength-based and person-centered understanding, utilizing creative expression through different art therapy techniques and approaches. I focus on the client’s well- being and allowing the client to be the expert of his/her experience. I work closely with clients to identify barriers and challenges, improve current situations, cope with everyday life concerns and collaboratively create a plan toward meaningful life goals.
My passion for art therapy and mental health counseling started in high school when I, started an art group for individuals with disabilities. I have experience working with children, adolescents and adults from a variety of ethnicities and backgrounds with severe trauma, sexual trauma, life transitions, anxiety, depression, grief/ loss, behavioral issues and family issues. I also have experience in individual and group settings in residential, inpatient/ outpatient hospital setting, hospice as well as community mental health.
As an artist, I work with a variety of materials ranging from 2D to 3D materials. I have a strong passion for sharing my artistic talents and using self-expression as a platform for mental health outreach and awareness.
+ Jacqueline speaks both English and Polish.
I am happy to schedule a FREE consultation with you!
I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and registered Dance/Movement Therapist. As a young person I experienced the connection between health and creative expression and this is what drew me to Dance/Movement Therapy. I highly value individuality and creativity and encourage my clients to tap into different modes of self-expression in order to support their wellness.
My Bachelor’s degree is in Psychology and my Master’s degree is in Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling. I have continued my dance training in flamenco, modern, ballet styles and enjoy incorporating elements of these art forms into my therapy sessions when possible.
Over the past ten years I have worked in a variety of settings with both individual clients and groups. Through these experiences I have facilitated therapy for individuals from age 3 to 99 years old and have worked with clients from many backgrounds, including individuals living with dementia and Parkinson’s disease, those on the autism spectrum, people navigating depression and anxiety and individuals interested in increasing their creative expression and self-awareness.
My approach to therapy is holistic and person-centered. As I mentioned before, I highly value the creative process and self expression and am interested in working with individuals who are looking to heal, grow and develop deeper self-awareness.
I am happy to schedule a FREE consultation with you!
LPC, R-DMT, GLCMA
My lifelong journey with movement has gifted me experiences within creative, performative, and therapeutic practices. I believe I facilitate an embodied, wholehearted, and compassionate practice of fiercely approaching vulnerability in order to release emotional blocks, re-pattern limiting beliefs, access inherent creativity, and empower an internal source of healing, transformation, and abundance.
My field experience includes extensive work with women and girls recovering from eating disorders, addictive behaviors, and traumatic experiences. As a healing artist and clinician, I practice as a dance/movement therapist within the community and private practice realms. As a teaching artist, I work with various community outreach and arts-integration organizations.
As an artist, I collaborate and performs locally and beyond. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, hold a Master of Arts in Dance/Movement Therapy and am a Counseling and Graduate Laban Certificate in Movement Analysis from Columbia College Chicago. I believe wholeheartedly in the power of movement to transform and heal. This quote serves as inspiration for facilitating the healing process for others:
“Maybe the only enemy is that we don’t like the way reality is now and therefore wish it would go away fast. What we find as practitioners is that nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know. If we run a hundred miles an hour to the other end of the continent in order to get away from the obstacle, we find the very same problem waiting for us when we arrive. It just keeps returning with new names, forms, manifestations until we learn whatever it has to teach us about where we are separating ourselves from reality, how we are pulling back instead of opening up, closing down instead of allowing ourselves to experience fully whatever we encounter, without hesitating or retreating into ourselves.”
LCPC, BC-DMT, GLCMA
I am a licensed clinical professional counselor and board-certified dance/movement therapist. I bring an embodied and creative approach to psychotherapy that is influenced by my experience as a movement analyst, dancer, and choreographer. I incorporate body-based techniques and mindfulness in a person-centered approach, meaning I help you find healing and wholeness by connecting to your body and learning to be present in the moment with your experience. This empowers you to take ownership of your whole self and initiate change and growth.
As a trauma-informed practitioner, I work with adult survivors of sexual abuse, domestic violence, childhood trauma, and community-based violence. I also work with individuals living with anxiety, depression, and a history of mental illness. I have over a decade of experience working in the mental health field in residential, day program, and outpatient hospital settings that have afforded me the skills to guide clients who seek ongoing support.
I also work extensively with the Deaf community. I am fluent in American Sign Language and am passionate about providing culturally sensitive therapy to Deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals across the lifespan. My research on dance/movement therapy and culturally affirmative practices with Deaf adults who have mental illness was published in the American Journal of Dance Therapy.
As an advocate for professional development and research supporting the growth of my field, I formerly served as the secretary of the Illinois Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA) and on the Research Subcommittee of the ADTA. I was a co-recipient of the 2018 Alumni of the Year Award from Columbia College Chicago, where I obtained my Master's degree, and the 2018 Exceptional Service Award from the ADTA. I continue to stay active in dance/movement therapy advocacy and research so I can provide my clients with compassionate care that is based on the newest developments in my field.
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InTouch & Motion is now offering teletherapy, online video sessions, as an option for psychotherapy and counseling, and dance/movement therapy! Contact us today to find out more and schedule a free consultation!
What our clients say?
It [The Meditation and Healing Movement class] was really wonderful and so restorative; a perfect way to launch back into my work week!
Good for people who need to have a calm space of time to help them re-balance their thoughts.
Sabrina created a safe healing space that allowed me the freedom to fully feel into my body and soul, opening me to images and messages from the spirit.
I’m still reeling from Saturday, and very much feel like the experience [that] opened up/turned me towards a new phase of my spiritual path. So thank YOU.
"What a gift it was to experience your Warrior Women Rising workshop with my soul sister. Your presence allowed for the experience to unfold so naturally and I felt very seen and held. Thank you for what you're doing.
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