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Caleb Collins, LCPC
Founder and Psychotherapist

Caleb approaches his work with an understanding that each client’s experience is unique and he appreciates the courage it takes to engage in therapy.  He focuses on helping individuals feel heard and understood while exploring the sources of their difficulty.  Caleb is candid yet kind and seeks to bridge the gap between client and therapist through collaboration; he believes that clients are the best experts on themselves and what they want for treatment.  He is trained in Insight-Oriented Psychodynamic therapy, Relational therapy, Existential/Humanistic interventions and Cognitive-Behavioral therapy.       

Caleb earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Drury University, in Springfield, MO, and worked for several years in administration, Human Resources and as a consultant for one of the largest privately held healthcare providers in the nation.  After leaving the corporate environment, Caleb earned his master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with a concentration on the treatment of Addictions from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.  He completed his clinical training at the Center on Halsted’s Sexual Orientation and Gender Institute in Chicago, IL where he provided short and long-term outpatient psychotherapy to adolescents and adults experiencing issues related to depression, anxiety, trauma, HIV and alternative relationship structures.  He holds a certificate from the Chicago LGBTQ Behavioral Health Training Consortium focusing on both systemic and individual LGBTQ experiences. 

He volunteers with the Center on Halsted’s Anti-Violence project as a first point of contact for victims of LGBTQ hate crimes, sexual violence, discrimination and police misconduct.  In addition to his practice, Caleb currently works with children and adolescents struggling with a wide range of diagnoses including Social/Emotional disorders, Autism Spectrum disorders, and Intellectual Developmental disorders ranging in age from 4 – 22.  Additionally, he has provided consultation and training to all levels of primary and secondary educators on the subject of school bullying and current intervention strategies.  He has been a guest lecturer at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology on topics of Existential and Humanistic treatment interventions and applying Career Counseling to professional practice.

Engaging in therapy is an intimate and earnest course toward better understanding oneself.  It is important to find a clinician whom you feel safe exploring what brings you to session.   

Caleb welcomes calls for a free consultation to see if he is an appropriate fit for your needs.  

Email Caleb at caleb@collinsoldham.com        


4433 N Ravenswood Ave. Ste. 210

​Chicago, IL 60640