? Integrative Health Partners: Vanessa Haig, Psy.D.

Vanessa Haig, Psy.D.

Vanessa Haig, Psy.D.

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“My approach to psychotherapy is integrative. Everyone is different and has individualized ways of creating change for oneself; thus requiring a unique approach to psychotherapy that is tailored to each person. I believe at sometime in our life we all suffer - this comes with being a human being. Because of this reality we all have to develop ways to cope with and heal that suffering, and we often cannot do this in isolation. Psychotherapy can be understood as a healing ritual, in which we create a space that allows for new perception and change to occur. By identifying patterns that are not helpful or working in a person’s life, we can better understand where changes need to made. A mindfulness approach is often useful to allow this process to unfold and to ultimately make the changes needed for a more fulfilling life.”

- Vanessa Haig, Psy.D.


Vanessa Haig is a Clinical Psychologist at Integrative Health Partners. She earned her doctorate in clinical psychology at the Adler School of Professional Psychology, where she also received a master’s degree in counseling psychology. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Texas State University’s college counseling center. Her practicum experiences included Northwestern University’s college counseling center, Alexian Brother’s Behavioral Health Hospital’s OCD and anxiety clinic, and Hartgrove Hospital. She has also worked on staff at Northshore Highland Park hospital’s inpatient adolescent and young adult unit. Dr. Haig has specialized in the treatment of anxiety and panic disorders through cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness approaches. Her clinical interests include working with anxiety and depression related struggles, life transitions and adjustment difficulties, relationship and intimacy concerns, past trauma, and grief and/or loss.

Practice Information

  • Specialities: Anxiety and depression, life transitions, relationship problems, trauma, grief and loss
  • Affiliations: Illinois Group Psychotherapy Society, Illinois Psychological Association (IPA), Florida Psychological Association (FPA), American Psychological Association (APA), Division 56 (Trauma Psychology)
  • Licensure: Licensed Clinical Psychologist
  • Insurance Networks: Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO