Kenya Dalcour, Chicago Black Therapist


MA- The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

BA- Southern Illinois University

Depression, Anxiety, Family Conflict, Relationships, Life transistions

CBT, Mindfulness, Solution focused, Strength Based

Aetna, Blue Cross PPO

564 W Randolph 

Chicago, IL 60661

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Kenya Dalcour, MA



I’m a masters level clinician at Ashe Counseling and Coaching Services. I am described as an open, light-hearted; caring individual who is goal oriented and determined. I enjoy connecting with others and helping clients find the light within them. I carry a client focused approach in my work, aiding clients in finding or creating their voice and providing unbiased support as they navigate the stages of life. 

My intention in therapy is to provide a comfortable environment where individuals feel free to express themselves and process their emotions while exploring skills and strategies cultivated towards the personal need of the client. Therefore, my approach to working with clients incorporates the utilization of evidence- based therapies inclusive of Person-Centered, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Art/Movement Therapy, and Meditation. I believe that therapy is a collaborative process and guides clients to increase self-awareness, gain new perspectives, decrease symptoms, and increase personal strengths to have a more meaningful life experience.

I am a Chicago native but have been given opportunities to provide therapy in places like Washington DC and Iowa. I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology from Southern Illinois University and completed my Masters in Counseling Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. My passion is civil service and advocating for the importance of mental health in communities of color and diverse communities who can become over-looked in the psychology field. I have had the honor of working with individuals representing communities including LGBTQ, homelessness, child welfare, crisis intervention, disabled, and low-income. I strive to support the voices of the unheard and provide an inclusive space for everyone I meet. 

Outside of work, I love to read and spend quality time with my 2 year old daughter. I am always on the hunt for the next great book or podcast to connect with. My hobbies include music, dance, and mindfulness meditation. I also enjoy bike riding, swimming, and spending time with friends and family. On any given day, you can catch me burning candles reading a good book!  

Insurance Accepted

Blue Cross Blue Sheild PPO