Josh Singh is an experienced clinician, having conducted over 10,000 therapy sessions over his career. He primarily works with college and graduate students as well as university faculty and staff. Josh is well experienced in facilitating therapy groups and couples therapy. He has training in men's issues, and is adept in treating both straight and GBTQ men. Josh has taught courses in multicultural psychology and values learning about and working with diverse populations. In 2019 Josh created the Racial Healing Podcast, interviewing people about their experiences with race, racism, and healing.
Josh employs techniques and ideas from various theoretical frameworks in order to empower clients to create change and increase joy. He is well-versed in psychodynamic theory, cognitive behavioral therapy, and also employs some techniques from family systems theory and gestalt psychotherapy.
Josh received his PhD in Clinical Psychology from DePaul University in 2006. From then until January 2015 he was on staff at the University of Chicago Student Counseling Service. In 2008, Josh started this practice, which grew into a full time in January 2015. Josh trained in counseling centers at the University of Southern California (USC) and the School of the Art Institute in Chicago (SAIC). Josh is a member of the American Board of Group Psychology as well as Divisions 45 (The Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Race, Ethnicity, and Race) and Division 49 (Society of Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy) of the American Psychological Association.
In addition to his expertise, Josh is nurturing, courageous, thoughtful, and open.
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