MEET THE LINCOLN PARK THERAPY GROUP TEAM
WE’LL HELP YOU FIND THE COURAGE TO CULTIVATE CHANGE.
Nicolle Osequeda, M.A., M.Ed., MFT
As a Certified Daring Way Facilitator™, I am skilled in delivering the curriculum of Brene’ Brown’s research on courage, vulnerability, and shame. Together we will examine the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that are holding you back and identify new choices and practices that will move you toward more authentic and wholehearted living. The primary focus is on developing daily practices that transform the way you live, love, and lead.
My areas of expertise include counseling young adults, adults, and couples experiencing life transitions — identity, employment, geographic and relationship changes– and the difficulties they present. I work with individuals and couples to communicate better and learn the skills to begin building more fulfilling and healthy relationships. I have expertise and interest in working with young adults experiencing a quarter life crisis. I also enjoy working with visual, performance, and musical artists.
Millie Huckabee, M.A., LPC
I view therapy as a collaborative experience and seek to help my clients feel comfortable, hopeful, and truly understood. With a goal-directed approach, I tailor treatment to the needs of the individual by incorporating a variety of therapeutic methodologies. I believe that trust is an essential component to the therapeutic relationship, and I respect and honor, without judgment, what you share in session. Through creativity and warmth, I work with clients to facilitate change and personal growth.
My field of expertise is working with young adults in transition who are feeling uncertain about employment, relationships or future– a quarter-life crisis. I enjoy working with individuals who are experiencing anxiety, depression or relationship challenges. My other areas of interest include working with individuals who have experienced trauma and coping with the difficult emotions those experiences bring.
Porschia Johnson, M.S., NCC, LPC
I am comfortable in assisting clients with a wide range of concerns, including relational distress, life transitions, job stress,
Christina Tri, M.A., LPC
My areas of expertise includes depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, and relationship difficulties with individuals and with couples. Other areas I have strong experience with include shame and guilt, trauma, life transitions, grief and loss, and coping with chronic health conditions (e.g., chronic pain, insomnia). Stress management and increasing coping skills are also areas I enjoy exploring with my clients.