Jessie Chasan-Taber, AM LMSW
✖️ Not currently accepting new patients
- Family Issues
- Life Transitions
- Mood Disorders
- Peer Relationships
- Women's Issues
It can be challenging to struggle with sadness, stress, conflict, or dissatisfaction. We might find that patterns of thought or behavior that may have supported us through difficult situations in the past are no longer serving us. I work with my clients through these feelings and patterns, as well as through relationship issues, life transitions, family conflict, questions of identity and purpose, or an overall feeling of being stuck in life, toward greater clarity and fulfillment.
My approach is empathetic and open, and I aim to create a space where you feel safe and free to express what’s troubling you and explore what’s important to you. Talking in this way, along with someone who’s listening carefully and curiously, can lead to a deeper understanding of yourself and your experiences and foster resilience to help you work through challenges and create lasting change. Over time, new ways of being and relating that move you toward a deeper sense of meaning and connection can become possible.
AM, University of Chicago, Clinical Social Work, Psychodynamic Concentration
Fellow, Chicago Center of Psychoanalysis
BA, Columbia University, Majors in Psychology and English