read_connect(); //$GLOBALS[ezoic_db]->read->query("use 17things"); ?>

How can I even begin to find a bilingual relationship therapist in the Chicago suburbs?

I thought it’d be helpful to talk to a relationship therapist/counselor whatever… but my boyfriend agreed if he could have a bilingual therapist. I don’t even know where to start… I looked online… phonebooks… I just dont know. I live in the south west suburbs of Chicago(near Will and/or Dupage county), any help is appreciated.

Related Items

3 Responses to “How can I even begin to find a bilingual relationship therapist in the Chicago suburbs?”

  1. Caroline said :

    What language did you want the therapist to speak? Call your insurance provider to see if they can provide you with a list of tharapist in your network, with the language that you want. Or try calling 800-DOCTORS for referral. They also have a website:

  2. Nicole P said :

    Try psychology today.
    They list their therapist by specialties and other criteria

  3. Kolbie said :

    it, maybe it was in Blood Bones and Butter, but someone was taknlig about how when people talk about eating locally, they are thinking of California. Some parts of the country, eating locally would mean meals devoid of many kinds of produce that we are used to just having all the time. I just shop at my local co-op these days, and while they emphasize local produce, they actually sent out an email last winter to address all the comments they get about Why isn’t there a better variety of produce? Of course it’s because they are trying to keep it local. and people truly didn’t realize the limited things that are being grown at certain times of year. The amazing thing is that this is in the fertile Skagit Valley in washington state so it’s not like we’re not in a major agricultural climate! Anyway, I can forego those tomatoes in the winter, but I’m not giving up avocado! We don’t grow any up here, so I’ll just have to sacrifice somewhere else. 🙂


[newtagclound int=0]


Recent Comments

Recent Posts