Gretchen Zagzebski, MEd, LCPC
Middle Adolescents (14-17), Late Adolescents (18-21), Adults, Families, Parenting, Couples, Entrepreneurial Professionals, and Corporate Professionals.
Life Transitions (school, family, relationships), Anxiety, Self-Esteem, Stressful Life Events, Depression, Parenting Support, Pre-Marital, and Couples Counseling.
Gretchen loves to support clients through major life events. She strives to create a space to empower clients to move forward. Raised by a successful entrepreneurial family, she embraces the challenges and rewards of finding success within relationships and careers.
Gretchen truly understands the pressures kids, parents, families, and professionals face in this community. She is deeply connected to the North Shore community as an alum of OLPH (Our Lady of Perpetual Help), Loyola Academy, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Adolescents & Young Adults
Gretchen specializes in counseling for anxiety, depression, self-esteem, parenting, peer issues, emotional regulation, coping skills, communication skills, and career counseling.
She is a collaborative clinician who has experience working with school social workers, school counselors, parents, teachers, and children.
Entrepreneurs and Corporate Professionals
Growing up, Gretchen saw what it takes to overcome challenges and succeed in the business world. In college, she got an inside view, while supporting her partner and now-husband, through a D1 football career at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She understands the elements that lead to success. Gretchen has been published in John Taccarino’s S(Success)-Factor: The Psychological Roots of Success.
Gretchen is trained, Gottman Level I, to support couples in all life stages. She can help couples strengthen their relationships, rekindle their friendships and learn how to manage conflict better.
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