As a community counseling center, Interwoven offers general psychological services, including individual and family therapy and psychological evaluations. We are committed to providing affordable, accessible, high-quality mental health services for underserved and less-privileged communities citywide.
Interwoven is also the home of the well-regarded Forensic Center. Forensic psychology is where psychology and the legal system meet. For example, The Forensic Center serves individuals and families who are legally involved and court-ordered to seek psychological services.
The Outpatient Fitness to Stand Trial Restoration Program is a unique psychological service funded by a multi-year, $1.4 million grant from the Illinois Department of Human Services. This program provides mental health services on an outpatient basis for persons found incompetent to stand trial due to a serious mental illness, cognitive impairment, or both. The program’s goal is to support participants to become competent to stand trial by understanding the court process and being able to participate in their own defense.
Interwoven Community Counseling Center & The Forensic Center facilities are located on the Chicago Campus of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. By integrating physical and mental well-being, and combining theory with hands-on experience, The Chicago School offers more than 30 academic programs rooted in a commitment to innovation, service, and community across a wide range of professional fields.