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© 2020 Sista Afya Community Mental Wellness, LLC.

 (312) 880-9739  |  info@sistaafya.com | Chicago, Illinois

Disclaimer

This website contains general information about mental wellness, resources, and treatments.

This information is not advice and should not be treated as such. 

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Therapy

ATTENTION: WE ARE AT CAPACITY ON OUR WAITLIST AND ARE NOT

ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. PLEASE CHECK BACK IN SPRING 2020 WHEN OPENINGS BECOME AVAILABLE.

WE CURRENTLY DO NOT SEE CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 18 FOR THERAPY OR PROVIDE FAMILY THERAPY.

PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO OUR PREFERRED PROVIDERS

 LIST TO SEE ORGANIZATIONS/PEOPLE THAT SERVE CHILDREN. 

 

 Sista Afya Therapists charge a full rate of $100 - $150 per session.

If you are unable to pay our full rate, you can apply for a sliding scale rate.

 If you are unable to pay our full rate or sliding scale rate, please check our list of

preferred providers for other Therapists that may be able to serve you.

Also, our support groups, group therapy, and workshops are $35/session and under.

Visit www.sistaafya.com/services for information about upcoming groups and workshops.

We look forward to serving you!

We accept self-pay, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield,  and United Healthcare -Optum.

At this time we do not accept Medicaid. 

Our Chicago Office is located at:

1750 E. 71st Street, Suite L, Chicago, IL 60649.

Want to book an appointment at our Chicago office? Schedule a phone consultation. 

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Looking for other mental wellness services or providers?

Our Therapists

 Latania J. Franklin, LCSW

Education

  Northern Illinois University

B.S. Sociology

Loyola University Chicago

Masters in Social Work

Contact Latania at:

latania@sistaafya.com

Asking for and seeking emotional help can be such a difficult step to take. It is even more challenging when you come from a family or culture that believes you should not "tell other people your business.” There is often an urge to hold in your emotions and a need to stay strong and present for your loved ones. Please trust that you need your needs met just as much as they do. There is a saying, “you can’t pour from an empty cup”, meaning that you must care for your own needs before you can care for those around you. It's time to take care of you.

I provide a safe space for women of all ages to share what they desire. This space will not only be a place to express and discover your needs, but also a space to find ways to fill your cup. We will work together to discover what excites you and makes you happy. 

 

I support people with the following conditions: anxiety, depression, trauma

 

I provide support in the following areas: life transitions, grief, relationships, school issues, self-esteem.

 

I serve: women, adults

Camesha L. Jones, LCSW

Education

  Spelman College

B.A. Sociology

 University of Chicago

A.M. Social Service Administration

Contact Camesha at: 

therapy@sistaafya.com

Hi! I’m Camesha and I’m excited that you’ve found me here at Sista Afya. I am a Community Mental Wellness Advocate, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and Servant-Leader. I enjoy working with people to transform their mental well-being so then can have a thriving, full, and whole life. I am dedicated to working together with you to discover your inner strength, while digging deep to understand experiences from the past that are impacting you today.

 

I’ve spent the last 8 years of my career serving women and young adults individually and in group settings. I primarily work with young adults who are in a transitional period of life by helping them to overcome feelings of depression, anxiety, and elevated levels of stress. I believe in radical social work practice and view mental wellness through a social justice lens by being attentive to issues related to race, gender, income, environment, and religion/spirituality in therapy sessions.

 

My therapeutic approach is collaborative and I utilize therapeutic techniques including: solution-focused therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy. I believe that healing is a beautiful and complex process. I am here to do the healing work with you so you can have the vibrant life you deserve. Looking forward to connecting with you. Be well!

I support people with the following conditions: depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and mood disorders​​.

I provide support in the following areas: stress, anger management, emotional regulation, life transitions, women's issues, self-esteem.

I serve: women, young adults, adults