Bridget Montgomery

licensed professional Counselor
(she/her/hers)

Bridget Montgomery, a Licensed Professional Counselor, believes in a compassionate and collaborative approach to treatment. She focuses on working with adolescents and adults struggling with anxiety, perfectionism, life transitions, relationship issues, eating disorders, self-esteem, body image issues, sports performance, and general life stressors.

About Bridget

Bridget received her MA in Counseling from Northwestern University where she was an Emerging Scholar. She completed her practicum and internship at Cityscape Counseling where she worked with clients struggling with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, perfectionism, relationship issues, and general life stressors. As a former competitive runner, she also enjoys working with athletes of all ages, levels, and abilities to overcome challenges with performance anxiety and perfectionism. Prior to switching careers, Bridget completed her MA in English and worked as a college writing instructor and a professional writer. She enjoys working with clients of all races, sizes, genders, orientations, abilities, religions, and ethnicities. 

Bridget creates a space for her clients that is hopeful, non-judgmental, affirming, empathic, respectful, and warm. She believes that every client deserves a safe and collaborative space to explore their values, goals, purpose, and passion. She uses evidence-based treatments in her sessions like Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (RODBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Psychodynamic Therapy. 


A Note From Bridget

I decided to become a therapist because I wholeheartedly believe in the healing power of this work, and I wholeheartedly believe that we are all worthy of a safe and non-judgmental space to explore our stories, to write new chapters, and to find ways to connect to a life that brings us meaning, fulfillment, and joy. I like to think of therapy as a “recovering to” and not just as a “recovering from.”

I would describe my therapeutic style as warm, compassionate, and hopeful. In my free time, I love hanging out with my two children, my husband, and our dog. I also enjoy taking quiet walks by the lake, laughing with friends, listening to podcasts, and watching documentaries.

While her office is located in downtown Chicago next to Millenium park for in-person sessions, she also welcomes and serves clients for online therapy from anywhere in Illinois. Clients from the Chicagoland area may choose in-office or online therapy and usually commute from surrounding areas such as River North, South Loop, West Loop, Gold Coast, Old Town, Lincoln Park, Lake View, Logan Square, Wicker Park, Bucktown and many more.