Jonathan Tlusty, LCPC

Jonathan Tlusty holds a Master’s degree in Forensic Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Loyola University Chicago prior to his graduate studies. At the Center for Contextual Change, Jonathan provides individual, family and group therapy for adolescents and adults.

Prior to the Center for Contextual Change, Jonathan has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings with adolescent and adult offenders. He strives to offer empathic support through evidence-based modalities focused on sexual disorders, mood disorders, anger management and more.

Working within the Collaborative Change Model, Good Lives Model and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Jonathan focuses on strength based means of change and is focused on the holistic experience of therapy and self-understanding.

"A second characteristic of the process which for me is the good life, is that it involves an increasingly tendency to live fully in each moment. I believe it would be evident that for the person who was fully open to his new experience, completely without defensiveness, each moment would be new."  — Carl Rogers