**It is my belief that social distancing, when at all possible, continues to be the ethically responsible response for all of us at this time to stem the spread of the coronavirus.  As a result, I have opted to switch to video calls for all new and existing clients.  I am able to work with clients who live in the state of Illinois.  Video sessions are equally as effective as in-person sessions.**


Are you looking to live your best life?  Congratulations for making that choice and for not settling for less than that!


I am here to help you to figure out what your best life looks like and dissolve the barriers in the way.  I am here to help you experience love in your relationships, learn to love the relationship you have with yourself, and simply live a life that you love.


You may find yourself feeling ready to take your relationship to the next level and wanting to feel ready and prepared for marriage.


You may feel like your current relationship could be improved and you desire to have a relationship that feels really good.



You may find yourself feeling stuck or unfulfilled when it comes to dating, relationships, work, life, or even with the relationship you have with yourself.  Perhaps you feel like something is just missing but you aren’t sure what exactly that is.  You want to live your best life but are unsure how to get there.


Ingrained in my work is a belief by the poet Rumi: Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” 


We will get to the root of depression, anxiety, and/or anger, and will identify subconscious barriers and core beliefs within yourself that are preventing you from experiencing your best life.  I look forward to helping you take your next steps towards having the life that you desire and deserve!


Please contact me at 312.809.7017, send me an email at carolyn@peoplepsych.com, or send me a message through the contact form below to schedule an appointment or a free 15 minute consultation.

**If this is a crisis or mental health emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.**