- Pronouns: She/Her
- Languages: English
- Special Interests: Child and Play Therapy, Trauma, Relationships.
- Not Accepting New Clients
“I believe in the healing components of a strong therapeutic relationship. I strive to create a culturally safe space where clients of all backgrounds feel comfortable exploring their personal strengths, struggles, and everywhere in between. I make a conscious effort to address and acknowledge the different experiences I bring into the therapy room as well as the experiences my client brings. I am passionate about working with adults struggling with anxiety, depression, and life transitions. I also have a special interest in specializing in therapy with children, teens, families, and couples.”
Adya (Abby) Rangaswami, MA graduated from Northwestern’s Counseling Program in December 2020. Abby has an incredible enthusiasm to learn about the helping profession and received her undergraduate degree from DePaul University in Psychology with a concentration in Human Services. In the counseling room, Abby’s therapeutic style focuses on forming connections with her clients to best serve their needs and build a trusting therapeutic relationship. She is passionate about creating a culturally safe space where each client is safe to explore their identity, life transitions, relationship and family challenges, and managing anxiety and/or depression. Along with supporting adults, Abby has take additional classes to build her skills with child and play therapy. She is under the direct supervision of Alicia Rosenberg, LCPC.