About Champaign Counseling

Champaign Counseling

Champaign Counseling We are located on the corner of West Church Street and Mattis Avenue in Champaign, IL. The group was founded by Sarah Olson, LCSW, in 2016. The counseling staff is comprised of seven therapists (and growing) whose knowledge, experience, and education cover a wide area of mental health issues. The group welcomes all ages: from small children to the elderly.  A potential client can ask specifically for a counselor, or be assigned a counselor according to the issue(s) for which he/she/they wish to be seen.

Counselors

Our counselors are trained in various forms of therapies and see clients that are dealing with a myriad of mental health issues. They can provide support, problem-solving skills, and enhanced coping strategies for issues such as depression, anxiety, relationship troubles, unresolved childhood issues, grief, stress management, and reproductive mental health. 

Many people find therapy to be a tremendous asset in managing personal growth, interpersonal relationships, family concerns, marriage issues, and the stress of everyday life. The benefits a person can obtain from therapy depends on how well he/she/they use the process and puts into practice what he/she/they learn(s).

Our Team

Tara Beckett

Kids, Teens, & Adults—Individual and Family Counseling

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Emily Beck

Adults & Teens—Anxiety, Depression, and Life Transitions

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Sophie Dixon

Kids, Teens, & Adults—Anxiety, Family Conflict, and Depression

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Erin Graham

Kids & Teens—Bullying, Self-esteem, Social Skills, Anxiety, and Depression

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DeAnn Winn

Teens & Adults, Individuals & Couples—Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Substance Use

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Alyssa Hall

Kids, Teens & Adults—Anxiety, Depression, Self-esteem, and Trauma

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Sarah Olson

Adults & Couples—Relationship Difficulties, Adjustment to Life Transitions, and Trauma

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Maddy Hopkins

Kids, Teens & Adults - Anxiety, Depression, Identity Questioning, & Life Transitions

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Carly Mitchell

Kids & Adults- Anxiety, depression, ADD/ADHD, persons with disability, coping skills, self-esteem 

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Cashonna Berger

Office Manager

Janice Alexander

Janice Alexander

Office Administrator

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Jennifer Volken

Office Administrator

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Therapy Support Dog

Insurance Accepted

Champaign Counseling accepts most insurances. The group does not accept Medicaid/Public Aid Card. The group does offer discounted services for people who have to pay privately and have a financial need. All these questions can be confidentially addressed by Champaign Counseling's administrative staff. We do our best to meet the mental health and financial needs of potential clients. Referrals are welcome and appreciated. 

Questions/Concerns & Contact Us

Champaign Counseling invites questions and/or concerns at any time. The group wants to insure that potential clients and current clients are satisfied in the information that they are given and that they see Champaign Counseling as a safe, comfortable, and professional haven to work through the difficulties they are experiencing in their lives. Give us a call at 217.203.2008 or contact us using the Contact Champaign Counseling form.

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Champaign Counseling is excited to announce that we are offering a monthly newsletter!  Each month we will share information about mental health care, helpful tips on coping strategies to manage stress, interesting podcast episode recommendations, local resources, offerings and events at Champaign Counseling and more!

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