Andrea Sieg, LMSW received her graduate degree from Loyola University in Chicago, IL. She is passionate about working with adolescents and adults including college students addressing general mental health concerns and eating issues. Andrea also enjoyed working in the school system, assisting high school students confronting interpersonal difficulties, bullying, anxiety, depression, and substance use. She has worked with clients in both urban and rural settings, ranging from children to the geriatric population.
Similarly to all Lotus practitioners, Andrea has experience working with clients from varied cultures and backgrounds, intersecting identities. Meeting clients where they are, Andrea builds on a strong therapeutic relationship as the foundation of effective treatment. Sheutilizes mindfulness based, cognitive-behavioral therapies such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) to address behaviors and thought patterns hindering personal growth and wellbeing. Grounded in feminist, multicultural perspectives, Andrea pays close attention to multiple identities of her clients and all forms of barriers and oppression impacting them.