Christopher Scropos graduated from Roosevelt University with a M. A. in Clinical Psychology. He loves working with families, couples, and children and believes that the family unit is the cornerstone of individual mental health. He understands that life can be difficult, stressful, and even tragic and hopes to help his clients overcome the, sometimes inevitable, anxiety and depression and find meaning in the struggle to heal. Scropos’ approach is cognitive/behavioral, with a focus on engaging in honest conversation that will lead to the true nature of the problem.
Having lived most of his life abroad, Scropos understands the role that culture plays in one’s life. He appreciates the different perspectives and enjoys learning from the experiences of his clients. In his free time, you will find him reading, exercising, or engaging in meaningful conversations.