Licensed Professional Counselor
Chelsea Mann, a Licensed Professional Counselor, is a compassionate and accepting in-office and online therapist in Chicago. Chelsea specializes in treating adults struggling with anxiety, depression, work-related stress, and general life stressors. She is an online therapist who sees clients virtually.
Chelsea provides a warm, supportive, and insightful space in which to unpack whatever is coming up for clients. She believes that clients are the expert on their own experience and that feedback is an important part of the therapeutic relationship. Chelsea invites clients to bring in any material they deem valuable to look at together, such as dreams.
Chelsea takes a relational, strength-based approach to her work. She draws on various evidence-based treatment methods, including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Chelsea holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from DePaul University. In addition to clinical work, Chelsea brings a background in Talent Acquisition & Recruitment, which she applies to her work with clients who struggle with career-related anxiety.
A Note From Chelsea
I decided to become a therapist because I find it rewarding to act as people’s cheerleader and guide. I truly believe that if you can trust in the process and put in consistent work in therapy, it is possible to see a positive impact on the other side. My personal therapy style is best described as warm, accepting and strength-based.
In my spare time, I enjoy singing, exercising and spending time with family and friends.
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.
Offers Virtual Sessions Only
Anxiety, depression, work-related stress, and general life stressors