Therapists in Plainfield, IL
At Client-Centered Counseling Associates, our counseling services involve creating a therapeutic environment that is conducive to emotional healing. The relationships we have with our clients allows us to truly understand and accept each person as they are without judgment. Our goal at C-CCA is to meet clients where they are in their life process and to collaborate with them in order to help them navigate and find solutions together.
We practice from what is called a Client-Centered or Person-Centered approach. We believe that each person has within him/herself vast resources for self-understanding, self-development and personal growth. Each person has the capacity to alter self-concepts, basic attitudes and self-directed behaviors.
Every person is unique. The focus of therapy and counseling services we promote is less about diagnostic label and more about understanding each unique person.
Taylor Welsch is a Licensed Professional Counselor who graduated from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She works from a client-centered perspective which she believes is useful for any client as this approach works with each person as a unique individual.
Taylor believes a foundational client-therapist relationship, one in which has trust, objectivity and security, allows for considerable change for clients. She will work with her clients to uncover their distinct strengths that can assist them with current and future obstacles. While most of Taylor’s work consists of talk therapy, she does have knowledge of techniques and exercises to ease feelings of tension, anxiety, stress, communication problems, etc. that can be introduced into therapy as effective tools for change. Taylor has experience assisting people through anxiety, trauma, depression, gender identity and sexual orientation, career and life transitions, self-esteem, relationship issues.
Taylor spent nearly a decade in a corporate human resources career prior to pursuing counseling psychology, giving her the ability to understand the pressures and stresses that surround the corporate sector.
Kathryne (Katie) Hatch is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who graduated from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. She believes in creating a therapeutic environment that is conducive to healing. It is important to her to develop a relationship with her clients that allows her to truly understand each person's own unique experiences and to accept each person as they are without judgment. She strives to develop an unconditional relationship with clients and is genuine in her interactions. It is Katie's goal to meet clients where they're at in their life process and to collaborate with them in order to help them navigate and find solutions to their problematic experiences.
The way Katie engages each client varies. Every person is unique, and the focus of therapy is less about diagnostic label and more about understanding the person. Katie see individuals with a large array of difficulties. Primary areas of experience include chronic depression, anxiety, mood/personality, trauma and abuse, self-harm, self esteem, eating disorders, dependency/codependency, addictive and compulsive behaviors, as well as LGBTQ related struggles, relationship struggles, sexual issues (specifically partners of those struggling with sexual addiction) and divorce. Katie also has significant experience with child-centered play therapy. She works with individuals of all ages, including couples and families. Furthermore, Katie performs various psychological assessments (ADHD, IQ, Emotional and Personality Functioning, Personality, Substance Abuse, Dementia, Bariatric Surgery, etc.) and works with academic institutions.
Katie is a devoted mother of three. She enjoys spending time with her family, and embracing nature and the outdoors.
Although Ted is not taking new clients at this time, Ted is a psychologist who works with clients whose concerns include depression, anxiety, stress, anger, conflict management, poor self-esteem, compulsive behavior, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, unemployment stresses, alcohol and other substance abuse issues, psychosis, domestic violence, as well as marriage and family issues.
Ted Welsch, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Illinois. He has a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology-Chicago. Prior to establishing CCCA, he worked at a community mental health center, at a parish, a psychiatric hospital, and a nursing home. In addition, Ted conducted court ordered psychological assessments and provided counseling services to adolescents at a juvenile detention center. Over the past 10 years in private practice, he has experience working with couples, families, adults and adolescents in individual therapy.
Ted is a husband and father of four adult children and utilizes that experience in his work with his clients. The field of psychology is his second career endeavor, previously working in various capacities in a family-owned construction firm. so he can also relate to occupational challenges that individuals face in the work world. Ted places a priority on keeping up with current developments in areas of interest in the field of psychology. He maintains membership in the American Psychological Association, the Association for the Development of the Person-Centered Approach, the World Association for Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies, the APA Division of Psychologists in Independent Practice, Division of Humanistic Psychotherapies and the Division of Clinical Psychology.