Hi there! My name is Leigh Grimberg, and I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. I earned my MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wheaton College and have interned and worked in settings including PHP and IOP programs, World Relief counseling refugees, and ABA therapy with children with autism.

I’ve had the privilege of working with individuals from a range of ages, backgrounds, and cultures. I enjoy working with adults, young adults, and teens, as they work through life transitions, anxiety, depression, OCD, self-worth, and relational issues. I have a passion for providing guidance and support to college students and those in their 20’s and 30’s, as they navigate identity, career, and spiritual development. I also have a special heart to serve and support women as they pursue health, wellness, and faith as well.

I respect the courage it takes to pursue counseling, and strive to create a safe, compassionate environment in which clients are empowered to learn about themselves in new ways and to discover and build upon their own strengths to reach their goals.  As a counselor and Christian, I believe there is always hope, and every person is created by a loving God, has inherent value, and is worthy of respect.  As such, it’s my goal to meet each individual wherever they’re at, in ways that meet their unique needs. 

When I’m not working, you can find me with my husband and three dogs hiking or hunting in the woods, or at home with a good book, coffee, and a pup on my lap.

It would be a privilege to hear your story and to walk alongside you during this season of your life. I look forward to working with you!