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Amy Cabbage

  • Illinois
  • Provides confidential online counseling through BetterHelp

About Amy Cabbage's service

Amy Cabbage is a highly experienced Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Illinois, specializing in individual and family counseling for nearly 20 years. With a diverse range of expertise, Amy has successfully assisted clients in overcoming challenges such as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, mood disorders, parenting problems, and ADHD. She has also provided support to individuals who have experienced physical trauma or emotional abuse. Amy’s counseling style is characterized by warmth and interactivity, creating a safe space for clients to explore their concerns without judgment or biases. Drawing upon a combination of cognitive-behavioral, client-centered, psychodynamic, and empathic counseling techniques, Amy customizes her approach to meet the unique and specific needs of each client. By collaboratively identifying treatment goals and objectives, Amy strives to empower her clients and help them navigate their current situation. With enthusiasm and dedication, she looks forward to working with you on your journey towards personal growth and empowerment.

Areas of Focus and Specialization

Additional areas

Therapeutic approaches

Languages Spoken

  • English

Amy Cabbage is serving from:

Illinois

Welcoming International Clients?

No

Years in practice

19 years

NPI number

1134217805

License Details

IL LCSW 149.012008

License: LCSW

Illinois

License number: 149.012008

Expires at 2023-11-30

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