JACLYN HARWEY, MA, LCSW
Welcome! My name is Jaclyn Harwey and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Illinois. In addition I am licensed to provide telehealth therapy in the state of Florida as well. I obtained my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Aurora University in 2006, and my Master's Degree in Clinical Social Work from Aurora University in 2010. In addition to being a therapist, I also currently teach in the Aurora University Graduate School of Social Work.
I specialize in treating children, adolescents, and adults experiencing depression, anxiety, mood disorders, relationship issues, parenting difficulties, women’s issues, LGBTQIA+, and crisis intervention.
My treatment approach is highly individualized to meet the needs of each client.
RACHEL BORSELLINO, JD, MA, LCPC
Hello! I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, and a Certified Mediator with the state of Illinois. I obtained my Bachelor's Degree in criminal/social justice from Lewis University, my Master's Degree in Clinical Counseling from Lewis University, and my Juris Doctor Degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law.
I specialize in children, teens, families, and adults experiencing life adjustments, codependency, teen pregnancy/motherhood, parenting issues, parental alienation, narcissistic personality, reunification therapy, divorce, infidelity, domestic violence, depression, anxiety, and ADHD.
My therapeutic approach is collaborative, and grounded on the premise that we are not defined by our successes, circumstances, or shortcomings, but rather by the choices we make as a result. Every day is an opportunity to change our lives in some way - to live a little different, to understand a little deeper, to grow a little stronger, and to push ourselves a little harder. Whether you're in a good place looking to maintain, or in a dark place looking for a way out, you don’t have to do it alone.
In addition to being a therapist, I am a practicing divorce attorney and owner of Borsellino Law & Mediation, LLC.
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