Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being

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The Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being

A therapeutic resource for those looking to find balance in a busy life, achieve personal growth, prevent and reduce stress, or strengthen personal relationships.

A contemporary counseling center for those seeking direction in the midst of chaos, loss, grief, or trauma.

Centrally located on Chicago’s North Michigan Avenue and housed in a beautiful century-old building, the Replogle Center offers individual counseling, therapeutic resources, free classes, and events in a calming environment that provides respite from the challenges of daily life.

Looking for peace in your life? We can help. Contact Us

Meditate with Us

Meditate with the Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being

Are you new to meditation and want to learn meditation techniques? Are you experienced in meditation and want to incorporate communal meditation in to your meditation practice?

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Explore Personal Well-Being

Meditate with the Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being

Are you looking for ways to enhance your daily living, achieve a healthy lifestyle, and improve your relationships with others? Each season, we offer evening and Saturday morning workshops and seminars designed to integrate mind, body, and spirit. In addition, we offer spiritual life coaching and pre-maritial seminars.

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Take Part in a Grief Group

Grief Groups at the Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being

Grief is a profound human experience. Although death and mourning are universal, each person experiences the death of a loved one in a personal and particular way. The Grief Group is a proven source of support and understanding for grieving individuals

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People come here because they want something different or better in their lives. Working together, we support the brave step of taking action to achieve change.

– Thomas Schemper, Director