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Tammy Frossard

Tammy Frossard


15 years of experience

Hello, my name is Tammy Frossard and I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Illinois. I have been a counselor since 2008 and truly enjoy supporting people through challenges and adversity. My primary client population has come from the field of child welfare. As a result, I have experience working addiction, domestic violence, abuse, neglect, and problems with adaptive functioning.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

In our initial session we will begin with introductions, discuss any questions you many have about therapy, and discuss specific concerns/challenges you are facing. This will help us to develop a treatment plan and goals for us to work through in follow-up sessions.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

Having worked with primarily involuntary clients for most of my career, I feel I am empathic, supportive, and non-judgmental. I feel it is important to create an environment in which clients are able to discuss their experiences, hopes, and goals without any negative feelings.

About Tammy Frossard

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My treatment methods

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

CBT can be used in therapy to help clients the connection between thoughts and feelings. This can help process distorted thoughts and the impact on feelings.


An eclectic approach can be beneficial for many clients. It is a multi-modal approach that can be used to individualize treatment using relevant techniques and activities.

Grief Therapy

Grief therapy can be used in treatment to help process various types of grief and loss, it is not limited to loss from death.


An interpersonal approach can be beneficial when a client would benefit from addressing current problems, relationships, and the impact on functioning.

Person-centered (Rogerian)

A Rogerian approach can be used when clients are able to express their wants and needs and would benefit form the therapist helping the client promote positive change primarily in a self-directed manner with the support of a therapist.