Libby is a skilled provider of individual, couples, family, and group therapy, experienced in both nonprofit and private settings. Her approach is grounded in profound respect and acceptance, fostering a therapy relationship that offers a sense of relief and safety, even as it allows for greater insight and sense of purpose.
In addition to her psychotherapy practice, Libby has worked in organization development consulting, supporting organizations through consultation, group facilitation, and training. She also served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in southern Africa, and has extensive experience with meditation and other mindfulness practices. This breadth of experience allows her to support clients with a variety of issues, including family and relationship challenges, workplace and career questions, matters of race and culture, LGBTQ and gender issues, and spiritual and existential concerns.
Libby serves as a group leader and committee member with the Fellowship Program at the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis. She also participated as a fellow in that program for three years.