Connor Callahan – MS
Connor completed his Postgraduate Fellowship at Northwestern University – specializing in couple and family therapy and teenage and young adult depression and anxiety. In addition, he holds a Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and a Bachelors of Science in Family Social Science.
His specialization is in LGBTQ mental health and well being. Specifically teenage and young adult identity development. He has extensive training in treating anxiety and depression in teenagers and young adults and enjoys working with families as they navigate teenagers differentiating and launching. In addition, he also has experience working with couples around conflict and parenting.
Trained in ACT, CBT and Mindfulness based therapies, Connor’s approach to therapy is relationship focused and based in an integrative systemic approach that takes into consideration the relationships and environment of the individual, couple or family that is in therapy.
Throughout his mental health professional journey, Connor has found one of the most interesting things about relational therapy is how people can have such different understanding of the same experiences or interactions. Because of this, he sees the importance of exploring differences and spending time developing a shared workable reality.
Connor enjoys developing relationships with people, and believes that individuals, couples and families can create real change in their lives through the process of therapy.
- Postgraduate Fellowship at Northwestern University
- Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy
- Bachelors of Science in Family Social Science