Your life is your most important work of art, your masterpiece - your opus.
And just like a symphony is made up of parts and movements, there’s a lot at play in the balance of your life. Thoughts, feelings, and behaviors aren’t random. In reality, they’re valuable sources of information and tools waiting to be utilized. The choice to enter into therapy is a demonstration of strength, hope, and self-awareness—a sign that you’re doing your best to take care of yourself.
At Opus Behavioral Health, my psychotherapy practice in downtown Chicago, I tailor treatment to each individual. Using cutting-edge research findings and evidence-based techniques combined with a holistic understanding of people, I help my clients learn to thrive.
The name of my practice was partially inspired by my love of music. One of Beethoven’s best-known symphonies is his Ninth, known commonly as Ode to Joy. But it’s also his 125th opus, and he didn’t do it on his own; the words were based on text written decades earlier. I’ll be the first to say that I can’t help you write a symphony. But I can help you take an honest, realistic look at what’s holding you back from living your life to the fullest—and if it takes 125 tries, I’ll be here.