- Anxiety and Stress
- Depression and Sadness
- Diversity and Cultural Identity
- Grief and Loss
- Relationships and Communication
- Sexuality and Intimacy
- Work and Career
Dr. Olle instructed graduate students at Boston College and has published several peer-reviewed articles on career and work development and social justice.
Dr. Chad Olle
Psychology Associate | Postdoctoral Fellow
I believe what makes therapy special is the potential to build an authentic relationship through mutual respect, non-judgment, compassion, and empathy.
It is through past relationships—with family, friends, society—that you may have come to believe that you are to blame for your struggles and that certain parts of you are “bad.” The fear of recognizing or revealing these “bad” parts to ourselves and others goes hand-in-hand with struggles like anxiety and depression.
Fortunately, it is also through relationships—new or improved—that you and I can change beliefs about yourself and the world around you.Chad Olle, Ph.D. Therapist DC
I hope that, within a special therapy relationship, you will grow comfortable and bring more and more of yourself into our work together. We will then begin to build self-acceptance and confidence that goes far beyond therapy.
- Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the Boston College
- Pre-Doctoral Internship in Professional Psychology at the Florida Atlantic University
- M.S. in Community Counseling from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee
- B.A. in English Literature from the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire