Dr. Zeina Soued
Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Resident
Dr. Zeina Soued (she/her) is a postdoctoral resident with experience providing individual therapy to culturally diverse adults and college-aged populations. Her style of therapy stems from person-centered and solution-focused frameworks while using a multicultural lens. She has experience working with issues related to identity, stress and adjustment, social belonging, relationships, family, anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, acculturation, and grief and loss. She believes that clients can begin to make the changes they desire in their life through developing a supportive relationship with a therapist who is empathic and genuine.
Dr. Soued enjoys working with college-age and adult populations in Chicago, as well as via telehealth across the state of Illinois. To learn more about Dr. Soued’s therapy approach, check out her Psychology Today Profile.
Dr. Soued received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2023. She has completed training in several university counseling centers, private practice, and high school. Dr. Soued completed her pre-doctoral internship at Illinois State University’s Student Counseling Services. Dr. Soued also holds two M.A. degrees: in Mental Health Counseling from Boston College (2016) and in Clinical Psychology from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology (2019). She is a member of the American Psychological Association, Illinois Psychological Association, and the American Arab, Middle Eastern, North Africa Psychological Association.