“We need more light about each other. Light creates understanding, understanding creates love, love creates patience, and patience creates unity.”
I am Myles McGhee, and I received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Oklahoma State University and a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northern Illinois University. I am also actively serving in the Air Force Reserves and have passion for my fellow military personnel. I love to travel, spend time with family, and binge watch shows on Netflix! As a clinician, it is my goal to help my clients reach their full potential, while making meaning and helping them soar through life’s journey.
I am passionate about understanding the whole person and uncovering the different experiences and situations that make the person who they presently are; however, where you are or where you have been doesn’t have to be who you are. Together we can discover or even rediscover your passion and purpose. I strive to create an environment where you can be your true and authentic self, while encouraging continuous growth and development.
I am very integrative in nature and enjoy flowing between multiple techniques and strategies. I view therapy as a collaborative, explorative, encouraging, and sometimes challenging dialogue. I am trained in Trauma focused therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, and more.
Myles McGhee, MSEd, LPC, CCTP
Trauma and Race Issues Therapist
License # 178.017854
Clinical Supervisor: Amari D. Jackson, MA, LCPC
Master of Education: Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Northern Illinois University - Dekalb, IL
Bachelor of Arts: Psychology
Oklahoma State University
Certified Clinical Trauma Professional
Northern Illinois University