Our Mission: to offer hope, healing & growth to the community through education and counselingFor more information Visit the Samaritan Counseling Center website
CounselorDenise Kitanovski a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, providing therapy to adult individuals, children, couples, and families. She earned her Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University and trained at The Family Institute. She is also a licensed attorney, with a Juris Doctor degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
Denise's practice includes treatment for anxiety, depression, life transitions, grief, relationship issues, spiritual growth, stress management, and career counseling. Denise approaches therapy in a collaborative and client-centered manner, utilizing psychodynamic theory, cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems, and mindfulness. She customizes her clinical treatments to meet the unique needs of her clients.
Denise strives to create a supportive, empathic environment for clients so they can more effectively cope and make positive changes in their lives. She is passionate about helping her clients become healthier and happier people, and believes therapy can assist people in achieving their full potential.
Denise provides counseling in Libertyville and Mundelein. She can be reached at 847-446-6955, ext. 22 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Her hours at First Pres are Weds and Thurs 8-5 and Tuesday afternoons.
The Libertyville office is located at The First Presbyterian Church of Libertyville219 West Maple Avenue Libertyville, IL 60048 Office: 847-816-0475
The Samaritan Counseling Center, a community center for counseling and education, offers a variety of counseling services all along Chicago's North Shore. Our services include...
Our offices are conveniently located with ample parking. Our staff therapists are licensed, certified and theologically informed. The Samaritan Center is accredited by the Denver-based Samaritan organization and American Association of Pastoral Counselors.
At the Samaritan Counseling Center, we offer a safe place for discovery, healing and growth. In our fast-paced world, it is difficult to escape the pressures and complexities of daily living. We believe psychology and theology - together - provide a foundation for personal growth, resolving problems and getting more out of life.
Psychotherapy comes from two Greek words, psyche meaning soul, and therapeuein meaning to take care of or serve. So psychotherapy means serving the soul, not only treating it.
We provide a unique kind of psychotherapy that takes spirituality and faith seriously to meet the needs of individuals of all faiths or no faith. We are professionally integrating psychotherapy and spirituality in an interfaith community.