Ryan Coventry is a staff therapist at IntraSpectrum Counseling, offering individual, relationship, and group therapy. He approaches therapy using a client-centered perspective, in which therapy is tailored to each person’s unique needs; employing techniques and concepts from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), psychoanalysis, multicultural psychology, and queer theory. Ryan is devoted to creating an affirming environment where clients are empowered to voice their experiences, derive meaning from their struggles, and receive the support and practical feedback they need to thrive in the face of challenges. Ryan’s areas of specialization include depression, anxiety, career/stage of life issues, couple’s issues, and LGBTQ-specific issues.
Ryan received his Master’s degree in Clinical Professional Psychology from Roosevelt University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Before joining IntraSpectrum Counseling, he provided individual, relationship, and group therapy at the Center on Halsted. In addition, Ryan is an avid researcher with experience in the areas of interpersonal relationships, intimate partner violence, sexual identity, and LGBTQ mental health. He currently works within the IMPACT Program at Northwestern University as a Research Project coordinator.