Dr. Emily Eccles, PhD
Dr. Eccles is a postdoctoral fellow and psychological assistant working under the supervision of Dr. Alexandra Robinson. Her professional experiences include working in community health care clinics, residential mental health care programs, and college counseling centers providing individual, family, and group therapy as well as conducting psychological assessments. Her experience includes working with people of all ages with diverse mental health concerns, particularly exposure to physical and psychological trauma. Specific areas of interest include trauma-focused interventions, anti-racist and liberation psychology, self-compassion focused therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. In therapy, she is passionate about helping people connect with their values and fostering self-compassion in the service of living meaningful lives.
Kathryn is a Professional Clinical Counselor trainee and is a second-year master’s student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Northwestern University. Kathryn left a career in the technology space and joined the counseling profession because she is drawn to helping people with their mental health. Her work is client-focused and aims to create a safe therapeutic environment where people can share their stories and their pain and be met with empathy, compassion, and unconditional positive regard. Kathryn works with a variety of issues including trauma, anxiety, depression, life transitions, identity, relationship struggles and much more. She practices using an integrative approach founded in person-centered, psychodynamic, CBT, interpersonal, and multicultural theories. Kathryn supports clients to gain insight into the root of their problems, recognize recurring patterns, find solutions, and ultimately help them on their journey to heal.
Jessie Hynes is in a Master’s in Counseling program at Northwestern University. She is interested in providing mental health support for families and children, people with disabilities and individuals who have experienced trauma. She has a growing interest in learning multicultural backgrounds and seeing more access to mental health care in our community. She believes that each person deserves an empathic listener to partner in their healing journey.