Brigette Joch, AMFT

Brigette is a compassionate yet direct therapist who seeks to partner with her clients in resolving personal and relational concerns. Incorporating research-supported methods along with a solid personal Christian foundation, Brigette aims to aid clients in a journey of change through new relational experiences.

Having spent much of her 20s in Asia, Brigette has a passion for supporting individuals and families who are facing minor or major transitions. Additionally, working with clients who are in human service fields (medically, spiritually, educationally, etc.) is an area of passion - to build up those who serve others.

Specialties

  • Relational conflicts
  • Couples/marriage counseling
  • Life stage transitions (new child, adolescence, retirement, etc.)
  • Grief or loss in the family
  • Multi-cultural/cross-cultural concerns
  • Friendship and social challenges
  • Identity concerns
  • ADHD
  • Trauma
  • Depression
  • Anxiety

Brigette holds an Associate Marriage and Family Therapy (AMFT) license, having graduated from a Masters program through Wheaton College.

In her free time, Brigette enjoys reading, singing at church, organizing spaces, being outdoors, and learning along with her husband new things about her baby daughter.

Contact Brigette at brigette@mmacounseling.com, 630-642-8810, or through our online scheduling system.