Regan Kasprak, MA (she/her)
The road to healing and self-discovery is a lot like building your dream house –– you know how you want it to look and feel but have no idea where to start or how to build it on your own. Therapy can support the process of designing a blueprint for the life you want. I believe that you are the expert on your own experience and that my role as a psychotherapist is to provide the structure and tools that will help make your vision a reality. Everyone’s journey starts by taking the first step. I’m committed to meeting you where you are, wherever that might be.
My approach to counseling is holistic, strengths-based, and person-centered. I view therapy as an opportunity to practice authenticity and receive unconditional acceptance. I prioritize exploring your unique challenges, history, and values to help you set goals, treat yourself with compassion, and make change that is meaningful to you. While the path to change can be challenging and non-linear, my hope is that we can make space for creativity, humor, and joy along the way. As a therapist, I integrate practices from many theories, primarily Psychodynamic Theory, CBT, and ACT. My clinical interests include anxiety, depression, OCD, life transitions, relationship challenges, self-esteem, trauma, and gender and sexuality concerns.
I graduated from Northwestern University with a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling and have previous experience in a private practice setting. Prior to pursuing counseling, I coordinated a non-profit volunteer program geared towards supporting low-income seniors and received bachelor’s degrees in psychology and sociology from Grinnell College.
LPC license pending
Supervised by: Jennifer Piwnicki, LCPC, RYT
Accepts: BCBS PPO and Blue Choice plans, self-pay clients
Selected training and affiliation
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Humanistic and Existential Therapies
Each person has an inherent tendency toward change and personal growth.
A lot of life is about learning how to struggle and focusing on the process rather than the outcome.
“Good enough is good enough. We’re not supposed to be perfect. We’re supposed to be complete.” – Jane Fonda
More about me
My cat and dog both have space-themed names.
Stuff You Should Know was the #1 podcast on my Spotify last year.
Some of my indoor hobbies include building Legos, doing puzzles, and crushing it on the Nintendo Switch.