Source Therapy Chicago is a collective of independent therapists who use integrative psychodynamic and mindfulness-based forms of counseling. With an inclusive lens, Source therapists help individuals connect to what they most value, enabling change through growing awareness. Through Source’s outreach programs, we collaborate with mental health and nonprofit organizations to create a more unified community.
We are rooted in a firm commitment to reducing inequities in access to mental health resources, and many of our clients receive sliding scale fees based on need.
meet your mental well-being team
Welcoming a variety of clients with a collaborative approach, Sarah combines mindfulness and other effective methods to offer tailored, unique support to individuals and couples. She believes that by connecting with what truly matters inside of us, we grow ourselves and our world. Sarah’s warmth invites partnership. She engages through a wider lens, bringing experience as a bilingual teacher (M.Ed. from DePaul University), and as a multicultural counselor (M.A. in Mental Health Counseling and Psychotherapy). Her international experience and integration of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) make Sarah an ambassador for change, with over 15 years of multicultural and LGBTQIA+ advocacy.
Her psychodynamic approach is supported with Emotion Focused Therapy, Action and Commitment Therapy, and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy in the healing of depression, anxiety, and trauma. She is also a certified Accelerated Resolution Therapy practitioner using eye movements (much like EMDR) to transform painful experiences without having to talk through them. In this safe space, Sarah explores life transitions and relationships with self and others. Sarah values curiosity, kindness, and acceptance in a shared exploration of human wholeness.
M.A., M.Ed., LPC (he/him)
Institute for Clinical Social Work
Naturally inquisitive and kind, Bill Singerman makes use of a trauma-informed, integrative psychodynamic approach to therapy – one in which different therapeutic approaches are interwoven to meet the needs of each unique client. In addition, Bill has specialized training in DBT. Bill’s clinical interests include assisting individuals facing challenges associated with anxiety, depression and self-esteem; work with artists and musicians; and exploring spiritual concerns and existential questions.
Bill also has extensive experience working with individuals living with severe mental illness such as bipolar conditions and schizoaffective disorders. Bill received his M.A. in Clinical Counseling and Psychotherapy from the Institute for Clinical Social Work, and M.Ed. from Bank Street College of Education. Prior to working in the mental health field, Bill taught middle school humanities at a progressive, independent school in Chicago. He also served as the school’s Diversity Symposium curator and coordinator.
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