Joseph Cunnane



About Joe

Joe prefers a client-centered approach to therapy. He feels that everyone can achieve a fulfilling life and reach their highest potential with a healthy understanding of themselves and their relationships with others. Using a Rogerian framework for therapy, Joe exhibits an unconditional positive regard for his clients to provide an environment for self-exploration without fear of judgement or rejection. Joe utilizes Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) among other methods to address client needs.

Prior to his experience in counseling, Joe was an accounting and finance professional.

He is intimately familiar with the stress and conflict that can arise from attempting to balance career and life goals. Joe is now a Masters student at Northwestern University's online Counseling program.


He has interests in self-esteem improvement, parent/child relationships, career fulfillment, stress management, sexuality and gender identity, marriages, family, and group therapy. In addition to his interest in counseling, Joe is a musician and believes that creative arts are an excellent way to disengage from stressful environments. He looks forward to hearing from you!