We hear from a lot of our clients that Bridgeview therapists are different from other therapists they have worked with before. We think this is because of our commitment to seeing each patient for who they are as a whole, multifaceted person and working together to get them to a good place. Since we were founded in 2010, Bridgeview has evolved to serve the diverse people in our community and meet needs that other mental health services aren’t addressing. We’ve recruited a team of culturally diverse therapists in Naperville, IL, and we regularly do in-house professional development to work on trauma sensitivity and awareness of mental health challenges among specific populations.
Our founder, Netali Chopra, LCPC, is an ovarian cancer survivor, and understand that cancer and other chronic medical conditions impact not only the physical body but the cognitive, emotional, spiritual and social aspects of an individual’s life. My own illness has shaped the work we do at Bridgeview because I was able to openly share my experience with our staff. We understand that body, mind and spirit are deeply connected and that treating the body is only one step in healing the person.
At Bridgeview, you’re not just a number or a diagnosis. We want you to feel validated and heard so our work together will make a lasting impact on your life. Keep reading to get to know our Naperville counseling team and see if one of them is right for you.
“The most curative factor in therapy is the relationship between the client and the therapist. Therefore, I strive to create a safe environment where you can feel safe to explore both past and present events that are holding you back from attaining your dreams.”
Meet our Professional Staff
Founder of Bridgeview Clinical Services and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) Netali has over 16+ years of counseling ... read more
Alan earned a master’s degree in counseling psychology with distinction from North Park University, School of Professional Studies. As ... read more
Audra completed the Master of Social Work program at Aurora University and is a highly-trained and experienced therapist. She works ... read more
Briana Jakubik has her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adler University and is currently a Licensed ... read more
Jane has over 20 years of experience as a counselor and college instructor. Her goal is to help clients overcome the many obstacles in ... read more
Lauren is an office manager with Bridgeview Clinical Services. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and is currently pursuing ... read more
Alyssa is currently receiving her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Adler University in Chicago. Over the last ... read more
Christine is currently working towards her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling through Indiana Wesleyan University. ... read more
Learn more about our credentials such and other terminology.
What is LCPC?
LCPC stands for licensed clinical professional counselors.
The terms “licensed clinical professional counselor” and “clinical professional counselor” both refer to a person who holds a license authorizing the independent practice of clinical professional counseling.
LCPC designations and definitions for Illinois are outlined in the Illinois Professional Counselor and Clinical Professional Counselor Licensing and Practice Act.
LCPC as a specific title and credential is used to designate counselors in seven states, the largest being Illinois.
What is LPC?
LPC stands for licensed professional counselors.
The terms “licensed professional counselor” and “professional counselor” both refer to a person who holds a license authorizing the practice of professional counseling as defined by the Illinois Professional Counselor and Clinical Professional Counselor Licensing and Practice Act.
What does LCSW stand for?
LCSW stands for “licensed clinical social worker,” which indicates a professional has obtained additional state licensure after earning a master’s degree in the field.
What is DBT?
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a comprehensive multi-diagnostic, modularized behavioral intervention designed to treat individuals with severe mental disorders and out-of-control cognitive, emotional and behavioral patterns. It has been commonly viewed as a treatment for individuals meeting criteria for Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) with chronic and high-risk suicidality, substance dependence or other disorders. However, over the years, data has emerged demonstrating that DBT is also effective for a wide range of other disorders and problems, most of which are associated with difficulties regulating emotions and associated cognitive and behavioral patterns.
What does LSW stand for?
The Licensed Social Worker is a specially trained Social Worker who has met the requirements for licensure in order to help clients with mental health issues. The Licensed Social Worker brings a special “Social Work” frame to the realm of mental health healing. While the Licensed Social Worker is trained to work with all types of clients, many Licensed Social Workers have chosen to specialize in working with a sub-set of the population such as: Children, adolescents, couples, groups, and adults with specific mental issues such as addiction. Other Licensed Social Workers will use their training to work in different capacities.
What is EDMR therapy?
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy, commonly known as EMDR, is a mental health therapy method. EMDR treats mental health conditions that happen because of memories from traumatic events in your past. It’s best known for its role in treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but its use is expanding to treat many other conditions. See more treatments.
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