Leah Bloom, LMFT is a Faculty member at the Chicago Center For Family Health, and trained at Northwestern University at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate level. As a clinician with a private practice in Chicago’s downtown Loop, she brings her experience of interpersonal and inner-personal psychotherapy to her clients. Ranging from Individuals, Couples, and Families of all kinds, she creates a supportive environment for all her clients who seek to discover who they are in the world and the change they hope to create for themselves. Leah has a particular ability to join with children and adolescents, and has a specialization in both Domestic and International Adoption. Trained as a systemic and family therapist, she brings in all areas of the client’s life into their work together — creating change that makes a difference.
“If you begin to understand what you are without trying to change it, then what you are undergoes a transformation.”
— Jiddu Krishnamurti
Private Practice Location: Chicago Loop
Expertise & Specializations: Adoption (international and domestic) constellation including but not limited to children to adults who are adopted, parents of adopted children, birthmothers; children and families of divorce; adolescence and identity formation; parent consultation; new parent transitions; high conflict couples; couples in separation; infidelity; interracial couples; intermarriage; couples seeking greater communication and connection; sex and intimacy; individual adults with work/life balance issues and seeking more fulfillment in these respective areas, individuals seeking greater understanding of their relationships.