Kate Romey, L.C.S.W., M.Ed.
With offices in both Chicago and Saugatuck, Michigan
You might be able to "go it alone". The good news is... You don't have to.
Psychotherapy can help.
Welcome ~ I help adults, children and adolescents manage current challenges and cope with past experiences to create a more hopeful and fulfilling future. Whether you are facing a particular issue or struggling to put your finger on it, you have come to the right place. Taking the first step can be intimidating, but most people are forever glad they did. Your future awaits, so get started today. I look forward to working with you. 

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Adults ~
 
Psychotherapy can help adults reduce levels of stress and anxiety, improve relationships, find fulfillment in work and career, adjust to life transitions, understand and improve family dynamics, manage the "impossible profession" of parenthood, connect with family and friends, achieve sexual satisfaction, gain insight into emotions and behaviors, manage specific issues or concerns (i.e. loss of loved ones, trauma, substance abuse, etc.), and find the courage to make necessary changes.

Adolescents ~ 
Psychotherapy can help adolescents overcome academic difficulties, reduce levels of stress and anxiety, connect with peers, make healthy decisions, adjust to life transitions, safely and appropriately assert their independence, understand and improve family dynamics, manage relationships with authority figures, mourn the loss of a parent or loved one, gain insight into emotions and behaviors, let go of self-destructive behaviors, gain control of substance abuse patterns, learn to receive help from others, and manage specific challenges.

Children ~
Psychotherapy with children is different, but it can be just as necessary and helpful as adult or adolescent treatment. Psychotherapy can help children express their emotions, adjust to family changes, adjust to the demands of school or new social environments, improve behavior, cope with trauma or abuse, and resume the course of healthy development. 

Couples ~
 Therapy can help couples improve communication, gain insight into relational patterns, exhibit empathy and understanding, achieve greater intimacy and sexual satisfaction, effectively negotiate roles and contributions, manage external demands and pressures, sort out important differences, and make necessary changes. If divorce or separation feels like the best option, then therapy can also help couples transition toward separate lives with continued care and respect for one another. 


 
 
"The best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago.
The second best time is now"
~Chinese Proverb





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