Therapy is a courageous step toward improving your life, and the team at Marwil & Associates is here to assist you. No matter what challenges you are facing in life, whether you want to change longstanding patterns that aren’t working for you or if you wish to gain a deeper understanding of yourself, their therapists can help.
They provide in-person and online therapy to individuals, couples, and families in Chicago and throughout Illinois.
Their mission is to offer compassionate care to clients of all identities, including LGBTQ+, BIPOC, Black, Indigenous, and other marginalized groups.
Whether you are an individual, a couple, or a family, all their services are LGBTQIA+ friendly. Among them are:
As she helps her patients overcome challenges and achieve greater life satisfaction, Dr. Marwil offers a warm, supportive, empathic environment. Through a strengths-based lens and evidence-based treatments, Dr. Marwil helps her patients gain insight into negative behavior patterns, increase self-awareness, and improve coping skills.
Dr. Marwil has been practicing psychotherapy for over 20 years. She has worked in high schools, mental health clinics, and private practice settings. As a therapist, she enjoys working with teens, adults, and couples struggling with mood disorders, going through life transitions, and needing to deepen their emotional connections.
Her hobbies include playing pickleball and tennis, practicing yoga, biking, spending time with her family and friends, and playing with her three dogs.
Fawn’s compassion drives her to help others live fulfilling lives. In addition to being approachable, friendly, genuine, and calm, she has a great sense of humor. Her clients feel safe, comfortable, and emotionally supported when she empathizes and is non-judgmental. As a psychotherapist, she works with teens and adults suffering from trauma, depression, anxiety, relationship challenges, and life stress.
Therapy modalities she uses include cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and solution-focused therapy. Her treatments for depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and anxiety disorders are evidence-based.
Throughout her career, she has been working in hospital and outpatient mental health settings.
Aside from her job, Fawn enjoys playing pool, watching movies, and spending time with friends and family.
When working with adults, teens, and children, Rachael uses evidence-based treatment collaboratively and client-centered. Having identified goals, minimized internal barriers, practiced acceptance towards things they cannot control, and lived a fulfilling and authentic life, Rachael helps clients find fulfillment and authenticity. Dedicated to expanding access to mental health care, she is warm and creative.
Her experience includes private practice, hospital settings, and community mental health settings. Rachael uses various therapeutic approaches, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Exposure Response Prevention, and expressive arts therapy. As a queer-identified counselor, she often works with people with disabilities, chronic health concerns, and mood-related problems.
The activities Rachael enjoys in her spare time include biking, running, walking her dog, singing, drawing, and spending time with friends.