You Don’t Have To Face This Alone

Work with a therapist in Yorkville and Lombard, IL to reclaim your life

Stop beating yourself up. Feelings of depression, anxiety or anger don’t come from any particular situation or event, and it’s okay to feel the way you feel. But it’s not a life sentence. Trust Yorkville’s Ron Ahlberg, LCSW, CADC to show you how to change your perception. Then, you can change your life.

We are one of only a handful of practitioners to hold a certification in the T.E.A.M. model of therapy. Through dynamic cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, we’ll teach you to change your inner dialogue.

What Is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

Much of cognitive behavioral therapy focuses on transforming your perception by working to eliminate unhelpful thinking and behaviors. Together, we’ll help you to overcome internal hidden sources of resistance so you can be on your way to a comprehensive recovery. With offices in Yorkville and Lombard, Illinois, getting treatment for depression or anxiety issues has never been easier. Discover the change within you by letting Ron Ahlberg, LCSW, CADC guide you.

Beat Addiction by Learning Your Emotional Triggers

Choose self-discovery through an addiction counselor in Yorkville & Lombard, IL

Are you struggling with substance abuse? Afraid that you’ll erase years of sobriety by giving in to that one hit? Ron Ahlberg, LCSW, CADC can help. Our team has assisted residents of Yorkville and Lombard achieve and maintain sobriety through the use of cognitive behavioral therapy for years. Achieve success through addiction counseling focused on identifying triggers, and reclaim control of your life.

We begin by establishing your environmental, emotional and behavioral triggers. From there, Ron Ahlberg, LCSW, CADC’s team can come up with an approach that works to suit your unique needs. We’ll help you to concoct a series of internal responses to combat these situations. Anytime you are unable to avoid triggers leading to substance abuse, you’ll have the skills to talk yourself through it and cope to avoid giving in. Once you learn to condition your brain to think and perceive your triggers in a different way, you’ll have the tools to sobriety in your hands. Learn more by reaching out to Ron Ahlberg, LCSW, CADC today.

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