Kendrick Dewdney, AM LCSW
Co-Director of Hiring
✔️ Currently accepting new patients
2650 W Montrose Ave, Ste 101
Chicago, IL 60618
- Behavioral Issues
- Bipolar Disorder
- Dissociative Disorders
- Domestic Violence
- Emotional Disturbance
- Family Issues
- Life Transitions
- Men's Issues
- Mood Disorders
- Peer Relationships
- Personality Disorders
From early on and throughout our lives the relationships we form with family, friends and those around us can have a deep impact on how we see the world, the values we choose to hold dear, and how we see ourselves. Unfortunately, when these relationships are negative they can have a lasting impact on these same aspects of living. This may lead to continued struggles in day-to-day living. These same relationships and their impacts can be subtle and hard to describe. Fortunately, therapy can act as a way to identify these patterns in our past and current relationships and explore the impact they have had on our current struggles.
Using our therapeutic relationship, we’ll explore how these experiences have impacted ways of being and highlight internal conflicts that contribute to struggles. This can be an empowering process that not only gives a better sense of self, but also the confidence that we can handle what life will throw at us and develop meaningful relationships.
Engaging in therapy for the first time can be intimidating and unclear as to what to expect. If you feel that you would benefit from therapy or want to learn more about what this might entail, I’m happy to speak with you. Reach out for a free initial 10-minute phone consultation to see if we would be a good fit.
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Certificate Program, Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis
AM, University of Chicago, Clinical Social Work
Fellow, Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis
BS, Drake University, Neuroscience and Psychology