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Bailey O'Rilley, ALMFT


Adolescent, Adult, and Couples Counseling  

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Bailey O’Rilley is an Associate Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (ALMFT). She obtained her Master's degree from Northern Illinois University in Applied Human Development and Family Sciences with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy. Her Bachelor’s degree was earned at North Central College in Psychology and Sociology. Bailey is passionate about working with adolescents, adults, and couples. She has been able to work with a wide range of presenting concerns that include, but are not limited to anxiety, depression, PTSD and trauma, mood disorders, and personality disorders.  

Bailey has completed training levels one and two of the Gottman Method and is a Prepare and Enrich facilitator. These extra trainings help inform her work with couples. In addition to these approaches, Bailey gravitates towards Bowen Family Systems, Attachment Theory, Emotion Focused Therapy, CBT, and Narrative Therapy. She feels that these theories are comprehensive and help the therapist see the client as a unique individual, as well as within their various complex systems. Despite gravitating towards these specific theories, Bailey will pull from other theories to tailor a treatment that is best fit for the client. Bailey is a firm believer in therapy being a collaborative process and strives to have the client feel heard, feel comfortable, and be an active agent in their therapeutic journey.  

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