Karina Breezer

“Every good thought, every good word, every good emotion, and every act of kindness, is lifting the vibration of your being to new heights. And as you begin to lift your vibration a new life and a new world reveal itself to you.”
— Rhonda Byrne
I treate people who are struggling with:
Anxiety, Depression, Relationship Issues, Parenting Issues, Family Issues, Divorce, Stress, Life Transitions, Grief, GI Health issues (specifically ulcerative colitis and crohn’s disease) and trauma.
I work with:
Ages 3 +
My approach includes:
Karina uses a variety of different approaches based on the client’s needs including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness- Based Stress Reduction, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
English and Spanish
I can see you at these locations:
Cicero, North Riverside, Oak Park

Karina Breezer is a graduate student at Concordia University Chicago. In 2018, she was named the Emerging Leader of the Association for Child and Adolescent Counseling. Since 2017, Karina has sat on the board of ACACI working as the chair of graduate student affairs. In 2016, Karina joined Crisis Text Line a  free, 24/7, confidential text message service for people in crisis. Karina also, volunteers for New Moms, Hepzibah, Housing Forward and Synapse House. Currently, she works with english and spanish speaking clients of all ages.

She provides all of her clients with a comfortable space to navigate and overcome their personal obstacles. Using clinically tested and evidence- based practices, it is her privilege to work with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families to help them process and overcome their barriers in a healthy, safe and holistic manner.

She works creatively with compassion and care to address the concerns of the client;  based on the premise that each individual is the expert of their own life. Her role is to help guide clients through their journey of healing and/ or exploration of life concerns. She seeks to create a safe space for her clients to explore their thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and behaviors regarding: anxiety, depression, self-esteem, divorce, grief, trauma, parenting issues/concerns, coping skills, health issues (specifically ulcerative colitis and crohn’s disease), stress, relationship and family issues,  and life transitions.