Inna Fatkins, Psy.D. Pronouns: she/her/hers
Dr. Inna Fatkins graduated from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She completed her internship at Centerstone of Indiana, rural community mental health center. Her clinical experience includes working with the underserved population with severe mental illness. Inna has experience working with Addictions. She worked at two private practices that focused on serving LGBTQ+ and immigrant populations of Chicago. Inna also has extensive experience working in College Counseling Centers where she focused on working with international students and LGBTQ+ students.
Inna is a psychodynamically-oriented practitioner. She believes that the client should be viewed in the context of his/her/their family of origin, culture, religion, spirituality, ethnic and cultural background. Inna values interpersonal process and uses her personality as a therapeutic tool. Inna utilizes Mindfulness, Meditation, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, ACT and other techniques that help clients to stay grounded, centered, and attentive to their core self. Her clinical interests include but are not limited to working with immigration, acculturation and adaptation issues, relational problems, clinical depression, anxiety, women and feminist issues, sexual orientation, and gender expression. Inna has experience in providing transgender care.
Inna is a first-generation immigrant from Russia and is proud of her cultural heritage. She speaks fluently in English and Russian. Inna has a family and she focuses on raising a bilingual child.