Mirelle Bloch, M.A., is a Doctoral Fellow in Clinical Psychology. She has more than 15 years of experience as a psychotherapist. Mirelle relocated to Chicago after living in Paris, France for 16 years, where she maintained a private psychotherapy practice. She uses an integrative approach with a foundation of relational psychodynamic therapy and draws from her experience with mindfulness meditation, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and culturally sensitive psychotherapy. Mirelle is a certified EMDR clinician with extensive experience working with survivors of trauma. In addition to private practice, she has worked in a variety of settings including college counseling, veterans administration, community mental health, residential, and inpatient psychiatry. Mirelle works with individuals and couples, and has experience facilitating groups focused on interpersonal process, mindfulness, and empowerment for survivors of sexual violence. She specializes in treating depression, anxiety, and mood disorders; attachment and relationship issues; identity and transition; emotional disregulation; trauma; and grief and loss. She is also experienced providing psychological assessment and has worked as a social justice mediator with victims and juvenile offenders.