Renee Raville, MA

Renee Raville completed her undergraduate studies at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. She graduated from Sofia University in San Jose, California, receiving a master’s degree in Holistic/Transpersonal Psychology. She also received her certification in Mental Illness and Substance Abuse (MISA) while working as a case manager at Thresholds in Chicago, Illinois. Currently, she is completing her doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology, at Adler University, in Chicago, Illinois. Renee’s mental health experience includes a variety of populations, including children, adolescents, adults, and families. She has worked in private practice, nonprofit, and community health settings. She’s passionate about helping individuals overcome their challenges and providing them with the support and tools they need to realize and actualize their full potential.  

Therapy Approach 

Renee works from a solution-focused, strengths-based, and collaborative therapeutic approach. Renee’s approach to counseling involves setting clear goals at the beginning of treatment and helping each client find the solutions that work best for them to create the positive change they want to see in their life. Renee’s mission is to facilitate a safe and comfortable space where individuals can receive the support, guidance, and tools necessary to foster healing and growth. Renee believes that anyone can live the life they desire and realize their full potential when they have the necessary support and tools. She looks forward to working with you, helping you find your voice, and helping equip you with the tools and resources you need to realize and actualize your full potential.  


Adjustment Disorders, Anxiety, Behavioral Issues, Boundaries, Communication Skills, Coping Skills, Depression, Emotional Regulation/Expression, Life Skills/Transitions, Mindfulness, Relational Conflict, Self-awareness, Self-care, Self-esteem, Social Anxiety, Stress Management, and Trauma.  

Currently works with: 

Children, Adolescents, Emerging Adults, Adults, Couples, and Families  

Theoretical Lens 

Solution-Focused Behavioral Therapy (SFBT), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person-Centered, Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT), Relational-Focused, Systemic-Focused 

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