Joy Myong, MA, LPC, CADC

Do you feel crippled by anxiety, chronic pain, depression or traumatic events? Know that you are not alone and help is available! This is also true if you are dealing with other challenges like grief, ADHD, an eating disorder, substance addiction, or debilitating physical/emotional pain. We live in an amazing time where with the right supports, we can learn to reduce the severity of symptoms, regulate our emotions, and get back to living our best lives.

My therapeutic style has evolved over the years to be person-centered and strengths-based with the intention of fostering insight and self-awareness. I am dedicated to creating a safe space where we can collaborate in an Individual or group format to explore potential remedies in a mindful or dynamic way depending on your individual needs and goals. As a Licensed Therapist who is also a Certified Pilates & Yoga Instructor, I have learned the wisdom of integrating the ancient healing practices of the East with the innovative, evidence-based therapies of the West to help accelerate healing and maintain long-term recovery.

As a first-generation Asian immigrant, I experienced first-hand the pain of feeling disconnected and alone from a young age. This and other life experiences helped me cultivate a non-judgemental curiosity and cultural sensitivity to the support I can provide to my clients. I believe that we humans have a remarkable capacity to heal, grow, and thrive! I am dedicated to helping individuals break up with past failures and learn to fully connect to their authenticity and joy.

I received a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Illinois – Champaign/Urbana, M.A. in School & Community Counseling from National-Louis University, and a certification in Alcohol & Drug Addictions Counseling from College of DuPage. I am grateful to have the opportunity to serve clients who are willing to share their stories and show me what courage and resilience look like.