Phone: (630) 797-9872 x705
Email: dfoshager [at] cedartreecounseling.com
Deb Foshager | MA, LCPC
Womens Therapy & Missionary Counseling
Other Focuses: Geriatric Memory Care
The demands you face as a woman are enormous. Demands from your partner, your family, your friends, and always from yourself. You feel pulled to the point that you hardly know who you are anymore.
You end up feeling confused, angry, depressed and hurting.
Where can you find a refuge in order to sort things out, to make sense of your life and your relationships? You need a safe place that restores strength and hope and meaning to you. A place that helps you discover your true self.
I can be that place for you. A place of greater freedom, trust, and openness. I will help you learn how to make the changes you long
Together, we will recognize and breathe new life into the capable woman that you are.
Give me a call today. I look forward to working with you.
Call me for a free consultation by phone. (630) 797-9872 Ext. x705
B.S. in Elementary Education, Bob Jones University, Greenville, SC.
M.A. Clinical Psychology, Wheaton College Graduate School, Wheaton, IL.
Certified Prepare/Enrich Counselor
Certified in Spiritual Direction from Christos, St. Paul, MN
Women’s Issues | Geriatrics | Memory Care for Individuals & Families | Missionary Care & Counseling | Trauma
Articles By Deb Foshager
If you’re living with or caring for someone with Alzheimer’s, then you may wonder why they’re irritable one minute and compliant the next. It’s enough to drive you crazy! Alzheimer’s is deceptive. It...read more
If you’ve just had a baby, then I’d like to congratulate you! But maybe you don’t feel so happy about it now. Or maybe you wonder why you’re not enjoying the little one as much as you think you should or wish you would. [youtube...read more
In 1986 Elie Wiesel was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. In his acceptance speech, he said the world should never remain silent while humans suffer; neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. “Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented,” Elie Wiesel...read more