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For Individual

It is a confined safe spot for individuals that want to discuss specific concerns about any issues they’re struggling with and to receive mental support.

Anxiety
Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Trauma & PTSD
A – Z of Issues

For Children

Giving children the appropriate therapy at this age is a crucial part of their development also associated with their future behavior patterns.

ADHD
Aspergers and Autism
Depression
Anxiety Disorders
Identity & Self-esteem Issue

For Family

Discussing relationship conflicts with a counselor can often help resolve the issues better because the counselors can help to see both perspectives of the relationship.

Relationships
Divorce/ Remarriage
Couple Counseling
Occupational Health
Addiction

When Do I have to Seek Mental Health Professional Help?

Do I have severe symptoms that have lasted 2 weeks or more?

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Difficulty Sleeping

Is it hard for you to fall asleep or stay asleep? or Do you sleep too much?

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Mood Swing

Struggling to get out of bed in the morning because of mood

Loss of Appetite

Appetite changes that result in unwanted weight changes
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Anxiety

Difficulty concentrating / Unable to perform usual daily functions and responsibilities
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Loss of Interests

Loss of interest in things you usually find enjoyable
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Thoughts of death

Have you ever thought about or attempted self-harm?
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Take the First Step to Help

Call Chicago Mental Health Institute Now!

Supporting your Emotional Wellbeing

We are more than happy to collaborate with mental health professionals, schools, churches, and community organizations for the well-being of minority groups. CMHI provides Tele-mental health services as well as in-person counseling.

Moody Bible Institute Graduate Program

Therapist

Dr. Cho is the founder of the Chicago Mental Health Institute. Her diverse experiences in the field of psychology have been well recognized in both the US and South Korea. Dr. Cho began her career in Korea and after moving to the US to further expand her career, she recognized the lack of mental health support for Korean-American immigrants such as herself. This led to the establishment of the Chicago Mental Health Institute for Korean Americans. 

Specialties

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Chicago Mental Health Institute