Kristin Horvath, LCSW, CADC
Concentration: Individual, couples and group therapy related to substance abuse, process addictions, eating disorders, body image issues, self-esteem, stress, co-dependency, relapse prevention, grief and loss and anxiety/ depression.
Biography: Kristin Horvath, LCSW, CADC, is a dedicated and dynamic therapist with a unique focus in treating adults, adolescents and families struggling with substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, disordered eating, mood disorders, life changes/ transitions and grief and loss issues.
Kristin has worked in both macro and micro systems of the behavioral health field including inpatient behavioral health hospitals, adolescent and adult residential treatment facilities, intensive outpatient settings as well as community outreach. She is dedicated to helping those in need by utilizing diverse therapeutic modalities including but not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectal Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused and Crisis Intervention. Kristin has worked at every stage of treatment, from first contact with those seeking help, to facilitating positive and impactful changes in the lives of those she counsels. By combining humor with sympathy, understanding with guidance, she is committed to motivating clients to stay focused on their own personal strengths and continued recovery.
Kristin received her dual Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Social Philosophy from Marquette University. She then graduated with honors from the Dominican University where she earned her Masters of Social Work Degree with focus in family-centered therapy. Combined with 10 years direct client work, Kristin holds a clinical social worker license and alcohol and drug counseling certification with the state of IL.