Joshua Kline, M.A., Psy.M., is a Doctoral Level Extern attending The Chicago School of Professional Psychology where he is pursuing his Doctor of Psychology (PsyD). He has a special interest in working with LGBTQ individuals.
He sees individuals from all backgrounds as well who are experiencing anxiety/depression, grief/loss, ADHD, LGBTQ issues, relationship issues, trauma, OCD, sexual identity issues, and other concerns.
Josh supports each client in managing their struggles and achieving personal goals. Through emotional support and empathy, he aims to join clients on their journey to help them gain insight and the confidence to take the first steps toward personal growth.
Josh approaches each client with an open-mind, unconditional positive regard,
and works to create a safe- and judgment-free space. He believes each individual comes to therapy with a unique story and set of goals. He assesses each client’s concerns before determining which form of therapy will be the best fit. Josh’s practice is mostly influenced by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). He also pulls from Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), psychodynamic, existential, and systems perspectives.