Along with traditional talk therapy, Dr. Devlyn also facilitates bibliotherapy and art-based interventions, depending on the needs and desires of the client. He also has extensive training in addressing issues around spirituality and religion, with a special sensitivity to diverse populations, viewpoints and experiences.
Dr. Devlyn’s practice is private pay only, which allows him to maintain the highest level of confidentiality for clients, especially those in high-visibility positions and fields. As an out-of-network provider, he will work with clients to obtain reimbursement through their insurance company if desired.
He looks forward to working with you - all it takes is one phone call!
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Academic and clinical interest regarding the intersection of comics and health care is high right now, with the American Counseling Association, the American Psychological Association and the American Medical Association all recently devoting time and journal space to covering the topic. This signals that mental health counselors are not alone in wanting to explore the positive impact that comics can have on delivery of services. Read the article.
MK Czerwiec’s graphic memoir Taking Turns is one of the latest entries in the Graphic Medicine series published by Penn State University Press. The book chronicles Czerwiec’s seven years serving as a nurse on the dedicated HIV/AIDS Care Unit at Illinois Masonic Hospital. Read the review.