Studio For Change Therapists

Julia M. Rahn, Ph. D., Director, Studio For Change® and Clinical Psychologist

Untitled-1Dr. Julia Rahn is a Clinical Psychologist with more than twenty years of experience in helping individuals and families reach their personal goals. Her key to success is working with the whole person, focusing on their strengths to overcome life challenges.  She firmly believes that the process of psychotherapy can alleviate depression, manage anxiety and other difficult emotions, and improve relationships with others as well as with one self.  After training throughout the Midwest, teaching at the university level, and working in private practice, it became clear to her that the best way to serve her clients was to collect all of her therapeutic efforts and resources under one roof. Thus, she created Flourish Studios, a place for individuals, couples, and families to find hope, new direction, and support on how to overcome life challenges and live their best life.  Dr. Rahn is available for individual and family consultation as well as speaking engagements.

To reach Dr. Julia Rahn email her at or call 773-281-8130 (extension 802).

Adrienne eynon, LCSW, Child Therapist 

SONY DSCAdrienne is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from The University of Chicago. She worked as a school social worker in various public and charter school settings in New York City for over five years. Most recently she provided bereavement and grief therapy for children and adolescents at the Barr Harris Children’s Grief Center in Chicago. Adrienne enjoys working with children, adolescents, parents and families as well as collaborating with schools and child care providers. She has extensive experience working with children struggling at home and school because of behavioral issues and learning difficulties. Adrienne’s therapeutic experience includes working with children in the areas of divorce and separation, bereavement, trauma, changes and transitions, LGBTQ, behavioral concerns, social skills and emotional well being. Adrienne brings an energetic, playful, nurturing and developmentally appropriate approach to her work with children. She believes in the importance of parental involvement and empowers both children and families to seek their best selves while making positive and lasting changes. Adrienne is available for individual and group therapy, as well as parent and school consultations.

For more information about Adrienne Eynon or her services please call 773-281-8130 (extension 804) or email her at

KATE jonesco LOWER, LCPC, bc-dmt, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Kate Jonesco Lower is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a board-certified dance/movement therapist who specializes in individual adults, couples, and groups. She earned her master’s degree from Columbia College Chicago and has since worked extensively throughout Chicago with people who are recovering from physical/emotional trauma, as well as with those battling chronic mental illness and addiction. She brings a holistic approach that seeks healing and growth through the exploration of the body-mind connection. Whether we battle depression, stress, anxiety, insecurity, emotional or physical trauma (be it from pregnancy, surgery, abuse, or other), the issues we face every day affect our physical bodies as well as our emotional minds. Through the comfort of a positive, safe, and empowering therapeutic relationship, it is possible to deepen our self-awareness, identify and employ our strengths, and create long-lasting positive change in our lives. We define the path to our own well-being!

To schedule an appointment with Kate Lower call 773-281-8130 (extension 813) or email her at

Jenni Tribble, LCSW, Adult, Child, and Family Therapist

SONY DSCJenni Tribble is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who approaches each client from a strengths-based and holistic perspective with the goal of empowering clients to overcome obstacles that prohibit them from living fulfilled lives.  Jenni believes that with proper support, every individual has the power to make fundamental and permanent positive changes in their lives. Jenni uses an empathetic and nurturing perspective in order to facilitate a comfortable and safe therapeutic environment and allow for maximum progress, while also challenging clients, when appropriate, to encourage forward movement. Jenni’s educational background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis.  Jenni believes that healthy attachments and positive relationships are the foundation for optimal mental health and well-being. Jenni is experienced in helping clients to identify areas of need and build skills that will allow for improved relationships with one’s partner, friends, family members, and/or co-workers. Most recently, she has worked with children with attachment disorders, adoptive families, and individuals who have experienced significant trauma in their lives.  To help her clients reach their goals, Jenni utilizes proven techniques such as Trauma-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy, and Drama Therapy. She is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Theraplay. Jenni is available to see children, adolescents, adults and families.

To set-up an appointment or for more information about Jenni Tribble either call 773-281-8130 (extension 808) or email her at