Brittany Billingslea, LCPC, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Brittany Billingslea, LCPC, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Brittany Billingslea is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who works with individuals, families, children/adolescents, and groups. She specializes in treating Anxiety, Depression, Adjustment/Life-cycle transitions, Women’s issues, Family dynamics, Self Concept deficiencies and Relationship Conflict. After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Brittany earned a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from the
Adler School of Professional Psychology, with a concentration in Family Therapy. Brittany is well versed in a variety of therapy models including Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral (DBT), Family Systems, and Narrative therapies.

Brittany enjoys working with individuals, families, couples and groups. Specialties include:
• Work/Life Balance difficulties
• Depression
• Anxiety and Stress Management
• Relationship Conflict and Dynamics
• Adjustment/Life-cycle transitions
• Self Worth/Confidence/Self Esteem
• Children and Adolescent issues such as parent-child conflict, depression, anxiety, self harm/self
injury behaviors, behavioral problems and impulse control

Brittany is an in network provider with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois PPO.

Personal Statement
I use a client centered, nonjudgmental approach so that clients recognize their own strength and skills, and can work toward improving overall health and wellness, as well as overcome interpersonal stress and hardships. I enjoy working with a diversity of clients, and lead our therapeutic process based on the Client’s and/or Family’s goals for treatment. As such, my sessions are relaxed and informal, grounded in trust and a positive working relationship so that treatment is both individualized and effective. I am known to give Wellness Homework at times! Nothing stressful or time consuming, usually one or two small behavioral goals related to changes a client would like to make or targeted toward improving a problematic relationship dynamic. I’ve noticed Clients that tend to get to know  themselves more fully or make longer term progress are often practicing skills and reflecting on our time in session, outside of session. My approach is warm and direct, and we will collaborate and treatment plan together so that we can celebrate progress, maintain our therapeutic closeness, and continue our focus and attention on your values and personal journey.



847. 480. 0300
847. 291. 0576 fax


910 Skokie Boulevard
Suite 215
Northbrook, IL 60062


155 N. Michigan Avenue
Suite 609
Chicago, IL 60601