Morgan Concepcion, LCPC

Personal pronouns: she, her, hers.

I help people heal from past hurts, to move forward in their lives and relationships.

I became a therapist because I believe in the power of change. I also believe that healing can best happen in relationship, sometimes beginning in therapy.

I work with relationships and individuals to improve self-esteem, lessen depression and anxiety, strengthen interpersonal boundaries, and improve communication and assertiveness skills.

I am an emotion-focused, client-centered therapist. That’s a fancy way of saying I believe that you know best how it feels to be you.  That belief is at the core of my approach which is both strengths-based and empowering. I start by being creative, compassionate, and curious about “all the puzzle pieces” that make you, you.  Acknowledging you as the expert of your own unique experience, I serve as a resource for helping you feel and work better in your life.

I have tools and experience for working with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, life transitions, domestic violence, codependency, loss and trauma. Through work with boundaries in particular, I find, we can get more of what we want, and less of what we don’t want in our relationships.

Each person’s therapy is different. Therapy is about finding out what works best for you in different situations. Your therapy will be focused on helping you to feel better out in the world and within yourself.

Call me today at 847-568-1100 to begin a new chapter in your life’s story.

Education & Professional Memberships

Morgan Concepcion, LCPC, is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and has clinical experience working with persons in the LGBTQIA communities, multicultural and interfaith counseling, immigrants and asylum-seekers, and smoking cessation. She has coordinated with the National Immigrant Justice Center at Heartland Alliance, local domestic violence shelters, community mental health agencies, and local health departments.

Morgan has trained at the following institutions:

The Family Institute at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
Mental Health Human Rights Clinic at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Sarah’s Inn (domestic violence resource center), Oak Park, IL
Respiratory Health Association of Metropolitan Chicago

Morgan is a member of:

Illinois Counseling Association (ICA)
Illinois Mental Health Counselor’s Association (IMHCA)
Kink & Poly Aware Chicago Therapists (KPACT)


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