Ken Kikuchi is a licensed clinical psychologist of Japanese descent. Ken works with individuals struggling with adjustment issues, anxiety, and depressive symptoms. He also focuses on family and relationship issues as well as trauma due to adverse childhood experiences. Ken offers a supportive and integrated approach to psychotherapy by using cognitive and behavior techniques as well as humanistic approaches that focus on existential concerns, mindfulness, and acceptance to help clients better adjust to life changes. He has experience working with a culturally diverse population who have wide range of acute or chronic disorders.
Ken obtained a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Illinois-Chicago, and a Master’s and Doctorate in Psychology (PsyD) at the Illinois School of Psychology in Chicago, Illinois, an institution accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). Ken completed his post-doctoral and internship training at the University of Wisconsin- Madison’s Counseling and Consultation Services. He also trained in providing community focused mental health services at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, St. Elizabeth Hospital Family Practice Center, and the VA Chicago Health Care System.
Exclusively telehealth at this time
111 S. Washington Ave Suite 202 Park Ridge, Illinois 60068
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Language(s) spoken: English
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