- Pronouns: They/Them
- Languages: English
- Special Interests: Sexuality, Gender Identity, and Cultural Trauma
- Not Accepting New Clients
“I approach counseling from an emotion-focused and expectation-oriented perspective. I work to guide clients through the exploration of the meanings and societal expectations that guide how they move through the world. I believe that understanding how our culture, gender, society, family, etc. inform our identities allows people to ditch the concepts or social expectations that don’t fit and pursue the ones that feel truly authentic. In therapy, I work to teach clients how to understand their emotions as information about how they are experiencing themselves and the world; and where to initiate change. My counseling style is warm and exploratory. My approach and style are particularly helpful when exploring one’s identities and healing from cultural traumas inflicted based on them.”
Randy Foreman is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Master’s of Arts in Counseling program. Randy was drawn to the mental health field out of a desire to support people on their journeys by bettering themselves and working through the difficult aspects of life. They plan to specialize in marriage and couples counseling, communication, sex and sexuality, gender fluidity/identity, and cultural/racial trauma. Randy is passionate about creating a culturally safe space with an emphasis on exploring the intersectionalities of client identities. His approach to counseling utilizes psychodynamic and existential theory. Randy’s therapeutic style focuses on building a strong therapeutic relationship and supporting opportunities for clients to engage in corrective emotional experiences as a method of healing. They are under the direct supervision of Alicia Rosenberg, LCPC.