Rosabel Sanchez


Clinical License

Clinical Residency, June 2024-May 2025

Supervising Clinician: Alexandra Hoerr LCPC 180.010561


MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Moody Theological Seminary, IL Conferred May 2025
MA in Reading, Concordia University, IL.
MA in Early Childhood Education, Erikson Institute, IL.
BA of Science in Elementary Education, DePaul University, IL.

A green decorative plant in a wooden vase on a side table next to a brown leather chair inside a therapy office.
  • Anxiety & Depression
  • Loss & Grief
  • One Way Relationships & Codependancy
  • Religious Trauma & Church Hurt
  • Couples Therapy
  • Person-Centered Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Feminist & Social Justice Theory

My Approach

Sometimes, it comes at you in a full wave of emotions that can seem more like a tsunami. At other moments, it can be a slow drip that accumulates over time and gradually submerges you. When life throws everything at you, it can feel as if you’re drowning. In those moments – no matter how we arrived at them – you can quickly feel as if there is no way out, no lifeline to grasp onto, and you slip deeper and deeper into the unknown. This feeling can be overwhelming, to say the least. The good news is that there is a way out. I believe there is hope to rise above the water, experience the fullness of breathing fresh air, and regain the sense that you are not drowning but thriving even amid everything life can throw at you.

Take your next step toward growth.

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