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Therapist of the Week: Gina at Stronger Therapeutic Counseling Services in Batavia, IL

Photography by Justin Sienkiewicz

Meet Gina Quinn, LCPC, at Stronger Therapeutic Counseling Services in Batavia, Illinois.

Gina is an advocate for talking about and unpacking what happened that led to feelings of shame with her clients. On her Instagram feed, Gina speaks candidly about self-care, and how being mindful of your needs is not always a day at the spa.

Gina will be training to be an Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapist with the EMDR Institute to become a certified EMDR therapist in 2023. Unlike traditional talk therapy, EMDR was developed by Dr. Francine Shapiro in 1987 to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) by

  • Allowing the brain to process trauma and resume the natural healing process

  • Working through painful memories and helping the body and brain recover from the effects of trauma

Training in EMDR will allow Gina to thoroughly support her clients with trauma, grief, and addiction recovery and guide them on their way to recover from traumatic and PTSD symptoms.

Gina is especially passionate about working with individuals who are experiencing:

  • Grief and Loss of a Loved One

  • Loss Due to Miscarriage

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Substance Abuse

  • Recovery

  • Trauma

  • Relationship Issues

  • Self Esteem

Learn more about Gina and what to expect at Stronger Therapeutic Counseling Services below.

Location: Batavia, Illinois

(847) 707-1049

Stronger on Facebook and Instagram

What you can expect: "Stronger Therapeutic Counselings Services was designed to be a place that can educate, strengthen, inspire and create lasting changes. We believe that education encourages awareness and awareness is what can make changes that we not only feel good about but are excited to implement and sustain.

In our practice, we promote personal growth, mental wellness, and improved happiness for adults, tweens, teens, and corporations. Together, we partner with our clients to help discover and utilize existing personal strengths to live a life with a stronger sense of purpose, fulfillment, and gratification to begin feeling more connected, motivated, inspired, and proud of the life you live each day."



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