Trudy Prahler, MS, LPC

Trudy holds a Masters’ degree in Clinical Counseling from National Louis University.

Trudy assists clients across the life-span, tailoring therapy to meet the specific needs of each individual. She approaches therapy with a holistic perspective, exploring the impact of stress on the mind, body, and spirit.  She emphasizes the importance of establishing an open and trusting relationship with her clients.  Her goal is to foster a sense of self-awareness, self-esteem, and self-acceptance that will ultimately lead clients to a more fulfilling life. She believes that exploring and building upon strengths creates a path for developing positive coping strategies to move forward.

Trudy provides Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Stressed Reduction, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for children and adults experiencing anxiety, depression, anger, grief, relationship problems, trauma, and other life challenges.  In addition, she has specialized experience in the areas of professional development, career changes, and navigating the corporate world,

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