10801 S. Western Ave., Suite 2B | Chicago, Illinois  |   (708) 586-7357

Lisa Durbin, LCPC (she/her)

"I help anxious and neurodivergent children and adolescents learn how to express their emotions and relate to others in healthy ways."

Lisa Durbin, LCPC (she/her)

Part of the MQA family since 2022
Categorized under the following core areas of concern and title: , , , , ,

Presenting Concerns – Children: Anxiety, ADHD, ASD – Developmental, Behavioral Issues, Grief/Loss, PCIT, Peer Issues – Social Skills

Presenting Concerns – Adults: ADHD, Anxiety, Grief/Loss, Life Transitions

I enjoy working with children and families dealing with a range of challenges such as ADHD, Autism, anxiety, depression, and life transitions. I use a strength based approach with clients. I believe that every client has strengths that can be enhanced along with learning the tools to assist with life’s challenges. 

My strategies when working with children and families include using empathic listening, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and play-based therapy. I view the family as a whole unit and when one member of the family is struggling, the entire family is often affected. 

I have spent the last 7 years working in Early Intervention and working with families in their homes. I have two children, a 14 year old daughter and 11 year old son. Having recently gone through the experience of my own son’s ADHD diagnoses, I have a greater understanding of how to support families that find themselves in similar situations.I enjoy spending time with family and friends as much as possible and traveling to new places. 

I hope to help children and families navigate through our ever changing world and gain a clearer understanding of how to better their mental health.

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