Jeremy Frankenthal is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides individual and family therapy at the Northbrook and Chicago offices. His main clinical concentration is with adolescents and adults. Jeremy believes that each client is the expert of their own life, and utilizes a collaborative and here-and-now philosophy with clients to help them live their truest and ideal self. Jeremy utilizes a client-centered approach to therapy.

A native of Louisville, Kentucky; Jeremy relocated to Highland Park during high school and graduated from Chicagoland Jewish High School (now Rochelle Zell Jewish High School). Jeremy received his BA from Indiana University, and his Master of Arts in Counseling from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology with a concentration in Children and Adolescents.

While at TCSPP, Jeremy completed his internship training at The Schools Group, providing individual therapy for students in kindergarten through eighth grade within the Chicago Public School System. He currently serves on the Board of Director’s for the Jewish United Fund’s Young Leadership Division.

Jeremy has experience working with the following:
– Adolescent issues
– Men’s issues
– ADHD
– Anxiety Disorders
– Depression
– Autism Spectrum Disorder
– Self-esteem issues
– Bullying
– Grief and Loss
– Issues around cultural, gender, and/or sexual identity

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

PERSONAL STATEMENT:

I believe that the most important element when entering therapy is the relationship held within the shared space. I have found in my work that no matter the life situations that one experiences, by being empathic, open-minded and my true-self, there is an innate ability to foster connection and promote inner-growth in all individuals.