For the past 15 years, Bill Utz has been honing his craft as a creative, compassionate therapist who focuses on relationship issues. As a part-time therapist at TriCity Family Services, Utz caters to couples, teenagers, and adults. He believes everyone has the capacity to change and seeks to create the conditions that will allow that to happen naturally for each client.
At its core, therapy is a genuine human connection that facilitates healing and transformation. It is a way to embrace your true self and create the life you desire. This can happen for individuals, couples, and families. Drawing on clinical psychology and ancient wisdom, Utz helps clients own their truth and marshal the resources they need to forge authentic, fulfilling lives.
Holding degrees in journalism (B.S., University of Illinois, 1977) and pastoral counseling (M.A., Loyola University Chicago, 2004), Utz began his clinical career with a faith-based social service agency, where he worked with at-risk youth and their families and later became a supervising therapist and trainer. Eventually, he moved into a private practice setting where he helps couples and adults resolve attachment and complex trauma issues. Currently, Utz splits his time between private practice and TriCity Family Services.