At times, life can be challenging. It is something that we share and our struggles are what makes us human. How we navigate these times affects how we move forward and can have a lasting impact on our sense of self. You do not have to go through the process alone. Together, we will work through these challenges as you return to your best self.
Dr. Alicia Ali is a clinical psychologist who graduated from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2015. Dr. Ali is known for her warm and caring approach to her client’s needs as well as her ability to provide applicable tools for change. Dr. Ali values building a strong therapeutic relationship between the client and therapist in order to build trust and improve relationships that occur outside of therapy. She enjoys working with individuals in transitional stages in their lives and has clinical training working with ethnic minorities, anxiety and mood disorders, grief/loss, and LGBTQ issues.
Dr. Ali earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She then completed her adult clinical internship at Henry Ford Health System and postdoctoral training through The Family Institute at Northwestern University and Rush NeuroBehavioral Center. In addition to her advanced clinical training, Dr. Ali spent some time in Juneau, AK working closely with the State of Alaska and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) on the primary prevention of suicide, substance abuse, and interpersonal violence among Native Alaskans and Alaskan adolescents.
In her clinical work, Dr. Ali is passionate about understanding the root causes of anxiety, depression, or other life struggles to help maintain long-term stability after therapy. She utilizes an interactive approach that explores her client’s past experiences and current stressors to provide a deeper level of understanding. Additionally, Dr. Ali aims to create an environment that is safe, healing and fosters growth. Her down-to-earth personality often allows clients to feel comfortable sharing their difficulties without fear of judgment or criticism.
Dr. Ali is currently taking new clients interested in individual therapy. Please contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-934-3519 to set up a free consultation.