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Person-Centered Psychological Services offers Client Centered Therapy and Humanistic Neuropsychological Evaluations in Chicago Illinois and Suburbs
Person-Centered Psychological Services | Client Centered Therapy | Humanistic Neuropsychological Evaluations | LGBTQAI+ Queer Affirming | Attention Memory ADHD Alzheimer's in Chicago Illinois and Suburbs

Meet our Providers

Dr. Travis A. Musich, PsyD (he/him) is a Postdoctoral Fellow and the Psychotherapy Training Coordinator at PCPS. He is a client-centered therapist with over 15 years of experience working in the mental health field. His therapeutic approach is sensitive and responsive to his clients’ diverse backgrounds as they shape an individual’s life experiences. Travis is a queer therapist who has extensive experience working with the LGBTQIA+ community. In addition to working with anxiety, depression, body image, grief, relationship difficulties and trauma, Travis' clinical training focused on client-centered therapy and working with individuals struggling with early childhood trauma, dissociation, psychosis, and other difficult experiences. Travis also specializes in working with healthcare providers, therapists, and trainees in counseling and psychology. In therapy, Travis' approach is nondirective, genuine, warm, and empathic.

 

Travis received a Doctor of Psychology degree in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Client-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at National Louis University where he also received a M.A. in Clinical Psychology. He received his B.S. degree in Psychology from Loyola University Chicago where he also studied Spanish Language and Psychology of Crime and Justice. Travis completed his pre-doctoral internship with University Health & Counseling Services at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Travis received classical training in the person-centered approach at Chicago Counseling Associates under the supervision and mentorship of Marge Witty and Carolyn Schneider.

 

Travis is currently an Adjunct Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology where he teaches courses in person-centered psychotherapy, health and human dysfunction, and encounter groups. As a graduate teaching assistant, he trained closely under Margaret S. Warner, PhD while co-teaching these courses. Prior to his graduate training, Travis worked with adults and adolescents on inpatient behavioral health services at Northwestern Medicine and NorthShore University health systems.

Dr. Travis Musich, PsyD Person-Centered Psychological Services Client-Centered Therapist and Postdoctoral Fellow

Travis A. Musich, PsyD

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