Callie Millington M.S., PLPC, NCC, graduated from Loyola University with a M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2018. Callie’s clinical work focuses on relational issues, anxiety, depression, trauma, and life transitions from a family systems and interpersonal perspective, incorporating elements of mindfulness and body awareness. Callie has experience working with artists; adults looking to build creative and alternative lifestyles; LGBTQ+ issues; attachment trauma; children with trauma and/or behavioral concerns and their families; and relationship/marriage/couple therapy. As a Graduate Assistant at Loyola, Callie helped develop trainings on systemic oppression for graduate students in counseling and facilitated discussion groups on sexuality and gender. Before becoming a therapist, Callie worked as a professional musician, an educator, and an outdoor trip leader. Callie sees individuals, couples and families in private practice.