Aaron Homan

With over 13 years in the field, I feel empowered, eager, and fortunate to be working with individuals that possess strengths and skills to move forward in their lives. I was born and raised in Kenosha and it is my duty is to work collaboratively with people to establish a peaceful, respectful and empathic relationship. Drawing on years of experience and familiarity with a number of therapeutic styles and interventions such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, holistic therapies and mindfulness and meditation, I continue to be amazed at a client’s ability to grow.

Every person has the power to change, regardless of personal, historical and relational challenges.

It's my intention to equip clients to develop their own self-awareness, compassion, clarity, internal sense of peace so they can continue to move forward and experience more meaningful lives.

I enjoy the outdoors, spending time with my family, the Chicago Cubs, playing and listening to music, reading and practicing meditation. This directly informs my work and understanding of the human spirit.


Jessica Aiello

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Jessica offers individual tailor-made intensive therapy for individual and couples based on evidenced based best practices. Jessica is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), National Certified Counselor (NCC) and Substance Abuse Counselor in training (SAC-IT) and is a member of American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC). Jessica holds a Masters degree in Science with a specialization in clinical mental health.

Jessica’s purpose is to encourage clients by creatively communicating truth.

Jessica believes that providing a supportive encouraging environment for clients, they are able to look inside, draw on their strengths and confront dysfunctions in order to live on purpose and increase quality of life. Each client is individual and unique and has an individual identity and purpose. Part of the therapy journey is to discover individual identity and purpose. We do what we do, and feel what we feel because we think what we think. Part of the therapy journey is to challenge distorted and negative cognitions and replace with life-affirming positive beliefs which is key to therapeutic healing and growth.


Lexy Ulrich

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Sadness, stress, and shame tend to multiply in our hearts when we put off dealing with what’s causing them. This avoidance is something like a “miracle grow” for all the pain in our lives. And the only way to counteract it is through a moment of courage when you finally face what’s standing in your way.

I’m here so that you don’t have to take that first step alone. My therapeutic approach helps your heart and mind work together to approach the problems in your life with education, emotional insight, and a full repertoire of coping skills and self-care strategies.

I draw from evidence-based practices including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure Response Prevention, Emotion Focused Therapy, and Existential Therapy to help you access whatever you need or are missing the most in your life.

I specialize in presenting issues relating to anxiety, include Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Social Anxiety, General Anxiety and Phobias. I also work with depressive symptoms due to Grief, Loss, and Major Adjustment, as well as relationship distress between spouses or partners. I particularly love working with teens, for the above issues and for self-esteem, bullying, and school concerns. I have practiced therapy for over five years, seeing individuals, couples, teens, and young adults.


 
 
We are all broken, that’s how the light gets in.
— Ernest Hemingway