Summer Refresh 2020 - Group Therapy for Black Women

Description

Spring 2020 has been tough! We are challenged to work in different or difficult circumstances. There are uprisings across the nation bringing light to injustice that many have experienced silently for years. All of these events have left folks tired, stressed, isolated, and questioning what the future holds. Many are ready to make changes in their own life. With such a great demand, many therapists are finding their rosters full and unable to care for patients that are in need. Group therapy is a great solution!
Please note that this group is completely virtual and is open to clients living in Illinois or Massachusetts only.

Group Therapist

Dr. Bianca Busch enjoys working with persons who are interested in exploring their past, planning for the future, or who are motivated for change but not quite sure where to start. They may be finding themselves down and unmotivated or worried and stuck. Dr. Busch has accompanied patients on their journey exploring cultural, sexual, and gender identity. She has worked with patients as they have navigated complicated work/family dynamics. Dr. Busch has helped her patients get better sleep, improve their relationships with themselves and others, and lead more peaceful lives.

Each person presents with a unique need. Dr. Busch completes a thorough medical, social, and psychological history to co-create individualized treatment plans for her patients. A plan may include recommendations for lifestyle changes, psychotherapy, and or medication. She offers a number of psychotherapies. Psychodynamic psychotherapy can be helpful for those exploring the impact of the past on the present. She is trained in a number of cognitive behavioral therapies (CBT) which have strong evidence for the treatment of anxiety, OCD, depression, insomnia, and many other conditions. Dr. Busch is medically trained which allows her to account for the body as a whole. She uses evidence and her clinical experience to consider medical conditions which impact mental health and to prescribe medications when indicated. Altogether, Dr. Busch is prepared to provide holistic care for her patients.

Dr. Busch developed a passion for understanding culture and the lived experience long before attending medical school. Her undergraduate training in anthropology and sociology taught her the value of listening, observing, asking questions, and being prepared for the unexpected answers. Beyond theory, she has experience working with adults, children, and families in public health and medicine. Previous work in advocacy and policy allows her to identify the way in which large systems that impact the individual. Dr. Busch is currently engaged in training as a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist which gives her the tools to understand developmental trajectories. The sum of Dr. Busch’s professional experiences allow her to approach patients with expertise and compassion.

Dr. Busch will be seeing a limited number of adult patients while completing her Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. All patients will be seen virtually via HIPAA-compliant video technology. She will see children and adolescents, expand clinic hours, and offer in-person appointments in 2021.

Bianca Busch

Dr. Bianca Busch enjoys working with persons who are interested in exploring their past, planning for the future, or who are motivated for change but not quite sure where to start. They may be finding themselves down and unmotivated or worried and stuck. Dr. Busch has accompanied patients on their journey exploring cultural, sexual, and gender identity. She has worked with patients as they have navigated complicated work/family dynamics. Dr. Busch has helped her patients get better sleep, improve their relationships with themselves and others, and lead more peaceful lives.

Wednesdays 7pm EST

Boston, MA 02118, USA

Chicago, IL 60601, USA

$500 per 8-week session