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Alexandria Coutrakon, MSW, LCSW

Alexandria Coutrakon
MSW, LCSW

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

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Life can be difficult and challenging.

Struggling with stress, anxiety, or relationship issues? Wondering how therapy can help you find relief and support?

The relentless flow of pressure can be overwhelming, but remember, you’re not alone, and better days are ahead. You deserve a space where you can heal, grow, and find inner peace.

In our sessions, you’ll discover a welcoming, compassionate, and judgment-free zone where you can learn to be comfortable with yourself and gain the strength needed to face life’s challenges. You’ll move at your own pace, uncovering new perspectives, tools, and resources that empower you to navigate life with renewed clarity and resilience.

Grounded in Mindfulness

My approach to psychotherapy is grounded in mindfulness. Mindfulness practice isn’t just a tool—it’s a way of engaging with life that is transformative.  It is the intentional practice of being fully present and aware in the current moment without judgment. This practice can make you feel calmer, more energized, and in control of your emotions.

Psychotherapy is a collaborative effort between therapist and client, involving discussions, exploration of thoughts and feelings, and the development of coping strategies to improve mental well-being and overall quality of life.

If you want to feel better, let’s get started on this journey together, creating a sanctuary for growth and healing amidst life’s ever-changing tides.

I am currently accepting new clients. I look forward to talking with you, please contact me and schedule an appointment. My practice is limited to telehealth, and I am open to working with anyone in the state of Illinois. Sessions are conducted via a secure HIPAA compliant video call platform.  Contact me to get started.

To get started, contact us at intake@peoplepsych.com or by calling (312) 252-5252 and ask to meet with Alexandria.

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Anxiety
Bipolar Disorder
Depression
Dual Diagnosis
Relationships
Addiction
Attachment Issues
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
Childhood Abuse
Chronic Relapse
Domestic Abuse
Domestic Violence
Emotional Instability
Family Issues
Goal Identification
Identity Development
Life Transition
Greif
Neurodiverse Adults
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Recovery-Informed Therapy
Self Esteem
Social Anxiety
Stress Management
Trauma Informed
Young Adults