Walk the Path to a better you

Sometimes we could all use some perspective on our lives. One of the things that makes our personalities so complex is that they're both static and dynamic at the same time. While we do have some traits that stay relatively the same throughout our lives, we are also constantly changing in the other dimensions of our personality; through our beliefs, our values, and the narrative we have about ourselves and our life. That is precisely what psychotherapy is all about, exploring the facets of your personality and helping you towards being someone you're proud of, while learning to practice compassion towards yourself and others.

Individual therapy is a means of self-care. Unlike other therapists, we do not specialize in "what's wrong with you" or reducing symptoms. The absence of depressive symptoms does not make you a happier person. Not being anxious does not necessarily mean you are more confident. At Arcus Behavioral Health & Wellness, we provide individual psychotherapy to assist people with enhancing their quality of life and relationships through maximizing your signature strengths. We can help you cope with:

  • Low Self-Esteem

  • Depression and Anxiety

  • Relationships/Divorce

  • Sexuality/LGBTQ Issues

  • Substance Use

  • Life Transitions

  • Grief and Loss

  • ​Traumatic Experiences

  • Improve Happiness and Well-Being

  • Personal Growth

Take the first step, and give us a call to book an appointment.  Learn more about your personality, virtues, and how you can be a on better path towards a more rewarding and fulfilling life.

What are your signature strengths?

Arcus Behavioral Health & Wellness helps you towards a path of authentic happiness and well-being by utilizing empirically validated measures on identifying your signature strengths. Follow this link to complete your free strengths assessment. It will generate a report and send it to your therapist at Arcus Behavioral Health & Wellness.

How therapy can help you

Arcus Behavioral Health and Wellness | Psychotherapy in Chicago, Illinois