Yulinda Rahman (pronounced "Rock-man") is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Certified Youth/Parent/Family Coach, and Certified Relationship and Bereavement Coach who is committed to the mental well being of all, but with a specialization and passion for helping to solidify the African American family structure in an effort to strengthen homes and rebuild communities.
Her passion for helping others began as a child and eventually led to a position as a mentor at the Rogers Park Youth Network at the age of eighteen. After nine years in social work, having held numerous positions and serving a beautifully diverse population with various needs, she transitioned to counseling.
Yulinda obtained her Masters of Science in Human Services/Counseling in 2007. She began her career as a counselor for the Chicago Public School district and went on to become Chair of the counseling department at the school where she was employed. In addition she obtained a second Masters in Educational Leadership, receiving certification in administration.
After eight years with CPS and the accumulation of a wealth of experiences and knowledge, she decided that she would be better able to serve through private practice. As a National Board Certified Counselor and Licensed Clinician in the state of Illinois her goal is to help others acknowledge, accept, and own their individual greatness.