Justin Sato, CADC, ALMFT
All of us yearn for a sense of belonging, and it is human to feel lonely due to issues we may be facing in life. Feeling alone can have a detrimental impact, not only to our mental/emotional health, but also physical health. Taking the time to engage in therapy can be scary, but nonjudgmental support is available to provide skills that you can utilize in your everyday life. Over the past few years, I’ve started to focus on my own mental health and I understand firsthand the importance of investing in this- and I look forward to being a part of your journey.
I identify as a first generation Japanese American, gay, able bodied, cisgender male. I received my Master’s degree in Couple & Family Therapy from Adler University with a focus on social justice. I am also a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC). Areas I specialize in include suicidality, substance abuse, process addictions (i.e. gambling), finances, medical family therapy, non-monagomy/polyamory, infidelity, life transitions & relationship difficulties. Populations I mainly focus on are LGBTQ+, immigrant/first generation, couples, and non-traditional relationships. I approach therapy from a harm reduction & trauma-informed lens- meaning I’m sensitive to the past experiences that have shaped you into who you are today while working in a collaborative approach.
Office Location: 30 N. Michigan Ave #809 Chicago, IL 60602
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