Ann Hogan

Ann Hogan,LCPC

A Life of Exceptional Academic Honor, Scholarship, and Achievements:

Ann Hogan is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counsel (LCPC) who entered into clinical therapy as a result of unique cultural exposure and a varied background in both professional experiences and personal relationships.  She followed her appreciation and interest of the uniqueness of individuals with their complex life stories and her desire to enrich the lives of others by pursuing a Master’s of Science degree in Clinical Psychology from Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois.  Ann’s educational background combined with experience in differing cultural environments has provided a foundation for continued growth and appreciation of others’ values and life experiences.

Dedicated To Leadership and Excellence

Ann believes that life is filled with experiences that will challenge us and to teach us about ourselves and others.  She gains new knowledge through training and on-going educational seminars to remain current with social challenges and concerns.  By implementing evidenced based practice techniques in tandem with the client’s individual concerns, Ann provides unique attention in a safe, confidential environment.

Uniquely Experienced Clinician and Teacher

Ann has many years of experience providing a broad range of clinical services to diverse adult populations in private practice as well as having worked with adolescents in school settings and non-traditional alternative school settings.  She believes in addressing problems and concerns in a compassionate, client-centered way which emphasizes individual strengths and solutions.  Her experience with young adults included working with trauma, reactive behaviors, emotional dysregulation, and problems in daily living. In private practice she has worked with adolescents and individuals.  Ann is a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA) and the Illinois Counseling Association (ICA).

Ann contributes her time volunteering for a therapeutic equestrienne center which provides therapeutic riding services for children and adults with disabilities. She has a keen interest in organic gardening and the impact of nutrient dense locally sourced foods on improving mental and physical health.

Committed to Providing the Best Care

Using a variety of therapeutic modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Ann provides the client with an emotionally supportive environment, recognizing the vulnerability, pain, and isolation many clients suffer before seeking help. Her experience includes a culturally diverse population of individuals with a wide range of mental health concerns including mood and anxiety disorders, bi-polar disorder, life transitions, relationship issues, panic attacks and trauma.