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Psychotherapy and Counseling Services

My approach is primarily Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). However, I integrate other approaches such as Psychodynamic theory and Family Systems. At times, therapy will be directed towards learning to cope and successfully manage chronic conditions such as depressive disorders and anxiety disorders. Other times therapy may be to gain personal growth, healthier relationships, and/or self-awareness. Many times clients are in need of support and guidance during various life transitions/stressors such as dating, marriage, divorce, or pregnancy.





Areas of focus





couples counseling

relationship issues

stress management


eating disorders

substance abuse

sexual/physical/emotion abuse

women’s issues



career decisions/changes

Forms to download


"I want clients to have the opportunity to gain insight, discover strengths and obstacles, and gain empowerment."


Fees and Insurance

A typical therapy session is 50 minutes and is $130. This fee is different if using insurance and will be depend on which insurance and your plan for deductibles and copays. You will want to contact your insurance company to inquire about outpatient/in-office mental health benefits. Cash, check, and major credit cards are accepted for payment.


Insurance plans accepted

Blue Cross Blue Shield


Employee Resource Systems-an employee assisted program



If interested in seeking treatment with me but I am not in-network with your insurance, contact your insurance about your out-of-network benefits.

"I value creating a safe, empathic and trusting counseling experience for the client so that growth and insight can be gained."


Cathryn Biga, LCPC, is a trained psychotherapist with over 10 years experience within the private practice arena. She utilizes a client centered treatment approach to support meeting a client's needs and goals while simultaneously using Cognitive Behavioral, Goal Oriented and Solution Focused techniques. Areas of expertise include: mood disorders, anxiety, addictions, life transitional issues (divorce, loss, career change), couples and family counseling. She welcomes working with adolescents (13 and over) and adults of all ages.

Contact  |  773-914-3284  |  1 E. Superior St.  | Ste. 410  |  Chicago, IL 60611