Joseph Chae, M.A. is committed to helping you make real changes in your life and in your community. He received his Master of Arts Degree in Counseling from Northwestern University. He also has over 10 years of experience offering counseling as a pastor of his local church. Joseph provides a warm, nonjudgmental environment that explores the issues that may prevent you from living the life you want. He offers a safe place that deals with these issues in a variety of ways depending on individ ual needs. Joseph is capable in neurocouseling, humanistic psychology, and talk therapy. He is also able to offer faith-based counseling if requested. Within the therapy session, Joseph is also able to provide extensive psychoeducation utilizing his biology background. If you feel like you are ready to commit to making positive changes, Joseph is ready to facilit ate a new beginning helping you meet the challenges of your life.
To make an appointment with Joseph, call Marianne at 630-337-6571.
Leanne Bergey, MA, CCTP received her Master’s Degree in Counseling from Northwestern University with special coursework in Child and Adolescent Counseling and her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Biola University as a member of the International Honors Society in Psychology and is a graduate of the Torrey Honors Institute. She is currently a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and is continuing her education with the Embodied Education Institute of Chicago to pursue her certification in Dance/Movement Therapy.
Leanne believes that the mind, body, and spirit are richly weaved together to create the unique person you are and that we’re here to help you be authentically, unapologetically, you.
Leanne is passionate about helping clients thrive by focusing on complete holistic wellbeing. By incorporating a variety of evidenced-based counseling theories, sessions together feel like a collaborative process that promote wellness in all areas of life. She specializes in the use of Psychodynamic theory while incorporating pieces of DBT, mindfulness, positive psychology, movement, and prevention-based tools. Leanne works with children, adolescents, and adults individually as well as working with couples and families.
Her specialties include
- Child & Adolescent Concerns
- Stress & Anger Management
- Grief Counseling
- Relationship & Family Concerns
Leanne believes that it is impossible to do life alone, and she feels honored to walk alongside her clients in both difficult and prosperous seasons.
To make an appointment with Leanne, call Marianne at 630-337-6571.
Marianne Tomlinson Therapy, LLC is very excited to have Christine Kim join our staff!
Christine received her Master’s Degree in Counseling at Northwestern University. While her undergraduate and graduate level work has been outside the counseling field, she has taught, advised, and served people from a diverse population such as international students, immigrant families, and business professionals in academic and social settings. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Religious Studies: World Comparative Religion Track and a Master’s Degree in Intercultural Studies and Teaching English as a Second Language from Wheaton College, IL.
Christine believes that every life matters. Everyone’s journey presents different seasons of joys, challenges, and unknowns. The way in which one navigates around those circumstances ushers in stress, potential growth, hope, and/or change. How well one chooses to respond is a reflection on the self in the process of transformation, new opportunities, health, and wellness. Christine enjoys exploring and working with people from all seasons of life and backgrounds. Of particular interest to her is working with those who experience tension or challenges in navigating through: anxiety, stress, identity, grief, divorce, relationships, and adjustment issues. She respects the inherent dignity and worth of every individual and aims to create a safe, caring, and non-judgmental atmosphere for clients to feel valued and hopeful.
Christine approaches therapy holistically as a means for individuals to feel heard and respected, to better understand themselves and others, and to explore alternative options to gain confidence, healing, and strategies through life’s daily and long-term goals. She desires to assist clients in this therapeutic process by providing empathy, open communication, and insights in the struggles and concerns of every person she has the opportunity to work with. Christine considers it a humble privilege to walk alongside clients to serve them in reaching their full potentials, goals, and healing.
To make an appointment with Christine, call Marianne at 630-337-6571.