Main Office25 E. Washington Street, Suite 1333Chicago,IL 60602312.422.1281
EducationDIPLOMATE ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY, C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago (2003).LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER, State of Illinois (1994).MASTER OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL WORK, University of Texas School of Social Work at Austin (1992).CERTIFICATE, Intensive Summer Program, C.G. Jung-Institute, Zurich, Switzerland (1990).CERTIFICATE, Divorce and Family Mediation Training, Dallas, Texas (1990).LICENSED ATTORNEY, State Bar of Texas (1985).DOCTOR OF JURISPRUDENCE, University of Texas School of Law at Austin (1984).BACHELOR OF ARTS IN AMERICAN STUDIES WITH HONORS, University of Texas at Austin (1980).
Professional OrganizationsChicago Psychoanalytic SocietyAmerican Psychoanalytic AssociationC.G. Jung Institute of ChicagoChicago Society of Jungian Analysts (CSJA)International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP)The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS)Mental Health America of Illinois (MHAI)International Association for Group Psychotherapy (IAGP)American Group Psychotherapy Association (AGPA)Illinois Group Psychotherapy Society (IGPS)National Association for Social Workers (NASW)The State Bar of Texas
BioStephanie Fariss is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Chicago and Evanston who works with individuals, couples, and groups. Her areas of expertise include the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, personality disorders and trauma; the launching of adolescents and young adults; relationship difficulties, including gay and lesbian issues; women’s issues, including post-partum depression; body image concerns, professional career challenges, stress management and mindfulness, life transitions and personal growth. In addition to working with individuals, Stephanie runs several long-term psychotherapy groups.
Stephanie is a graduate, training analyst and faculty member of the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago. She serves on various professional boards and committees, teaches in the Institute’s Analyst Training Program and Clinical Training Program, is a former co-director of the CTP, and has presented at national and international conferences on the relevance of Analytical Psychology to social issues such as addictions, race, organizational resilience and politics.