Stacey M. Hurst, LCPC, GLCMA
Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist

Stacey Hurst is a Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist and a licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC). Since 1996, Stacey has worked with adolescents and adults on issues related to eating disorders, trauma, emotional regulation, body image, life transitions and relationship challenges.

Stacey holds a bachelor of fine art (BFA) degree in dance from the University of Illinois and a graduate degree (MA) in dance/movement therapy from Columbia College Chicago. A licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC) since 1998, Stacey has continued her advanced training by earning a graduate Laban certificate in movement analysis, and has completed the Level 1 training in the Internal Family Systems psychotherapeutic model.

Stacey is a past member of the American Dance Therapy Association, serving on the board of directors from 2003 – 2010. Stacey maintains a private practice at Clarus Center in Warrenville, IL and teaches at Columbia College Chicago in the dance/movement therapy and counseling department.

Stacey works within a safe, accepting environment where she guides and teaches her clients to move calmly and confidently in their daily life, discover healthier ways to relate to themselves and others, and tap into the wisdom and power of the body’s natural healing resources. This process reconnects the body, mind and spirit, fully integrating the “self” to support optimal health and well-being.

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Stacey M. Hurst, LCPC, GLCMA

Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist

Heather Randazzo, LCPC, ATR-BC
Clinical Counselor, Board-Certified Art Therapist

Heather Randazzo is a Board Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC) and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). In private practice for almost twenty years, Heather has worked with children, teens and adults on issues related to depression, anxiety, trauma, life challenges and changes. Heather is also an active artist, workshop facilitator, educator and supervisor.

Heather holds a bachelor of arts (BA) degree in Psychology and Art from Concordia University and a graduate degree (MA) in Art Therapy from the University of Illinois at Chicago under the directorship of Harriet Wadeson, Phd. An active member of the Illinois Art Therapy Association, Heather has served on the Board in multiple capacities as well as providing multiple workshops on the clinical use of art therapy.

Art Therapy focuses on activating inner strengths and abilities through the creative process. Participants may use crayons, markers, paint, pastels, or found objects to create and heal. From choosing materials to finishing an image, many decisions are made and transformation is accessed. All supplies are included and guidance is provided. Art making often clarifies and illuminates our path in simple but profound ways.

Seeking support through counseling is a way to move toward health and wellness. Heather provides a supportive, accepting space to explore and develop strategies to let go of what is no longer serving you and to build on what does. Through creative exploration and problem solving we develop an engaging and collaborative relationship finding relief as well as strategies to improve the quality and experience of life.

Staff Member Heather Randazzo

Heather Randazzo, LCPC, ATR-BC

Clinical Counselor,
Board-Certified Art Therapist