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Mary Blazier, BA

Mental Health Counselor Student Intern

The fact that you are reading this means that you are ready to kick your fears away.


As a student therapist, Mary works under the supervision of a licensed professional to ensure the highest quality of care for her clients.

3 free sessions $35-$60 a session moving forward


Credentials & Experience:

  • Anxiety & Depression

  • Life Transitions

  • Relationships & Families

  • LGBTQIA+ Population

  • Grief & Loss

  • Bachelor of Music Education from University of Illinois

  • Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from National Louis University (student) 

Mary sees clients of all ages.Including children, adolescents, adults, and families.


  • Relationship counseling: Assisting individuals and couples in navigating and improving their relationships.


  • LGBTQIA+: Supporting individuals from the LGBTQIA+ community with their unique challenges and providing a safe space for exploration and growth.

  • Identity issues: Helping clients explore and develop a deeper understanding of their sense of self and personal identity.

  • Self-esteem and self-worth issues: Assisting clients in building self-confidence, cultivating a positive self-image, and developing healthy self-worth.

  • Anxiety and depression: Supporting individuals struggling with anxiety and depression by offering coping strategies and promoting emotional well-being.

  • Adverse childhood experiences: Assisting individuals in processing and healing from traumatic experiences during childhood.

  • Grief: Providing support to individuals experiencing loss and helping them navigate the grieving process.

  • Divorce: Assisting individuals and families in coping with the challenges and emotional impact of divorce or separation.

  • Sexuality and gender: Supporting clients in exploring and understanding their sexual orientation and gender identity.

  • Career guidance: Helping individuals in career exploration, decision-making, and finding a fulfilling professional path.


  • Nature and experiential therapy: Incorporating the healing power of nature and engaging in experiential activities to promote self-discovery and personal growth.

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT): Utilizing CBT techniques to identify and modify negative thought patterns and behaviors that contribute to emotional distress.

  • Creative art therapy: Integrating expressive arts such as music, theater, art, and play to facilitate emotional expression and self-exploration.

  • Mindfulness: Incorporating mindfulness-based techniques to promote present-moment awareness, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being.

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