Chaaze Roberts, LMFT

Chaaze Roberts is a staff therapist at The Family Institute, Bette D. Harris Family and Child Clinic. He holds a Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from The Family Institute at Northwestern University, where he obtained his extensive clinical training. Mr. Roberts then completed two years of advanced training in The Family Institute Postgraduate Clinical Fellowship Program. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Illinois-Champaign/Urbana.

Mr. Roberts works with families, couples, individuals, groups and children/adolescents. He has a particular passion and commitment to working with adolescents dealing with emotional and behavioral regulation difficulties, low self-esteem and life transition issues. In addition, he works with men and their issues, including emerging adult males dealing with the stresses of life transitions. Mr. Roberts co-leads the Men's Group at The Family Institute as well as being involved with groups for pre-adolescent and adolescent boys.

In all of these contexts, his understanding and sensitivity of multiculturalism and its impact on the therapeutic process is a prominent part of his work. This in part stems from his personal four year traveling journey that he took across four continents and into more than 20 countries throughout North America, the South Pacific, Southeast Asia, India, and West Africa. Mr. Roberts has worked with individuals, various combinations of cross-cultural couples and families from the USA, Poland, Mexico, Colombia, Israel, Ecuador, Jamaica, Venezuela, Nigeria, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Greece, India, Spain, Philippines, Zimbabwe, France, Suriname and Pakistan to name a few. He is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).

Clinical interests: Multicultural, immigrant, and African American family systems; child and adolescent family systems; adoptive and blended families; couples issues; inter-racial and cross-cultural couples; premarital therapy; men and emerging adult male issues; group therapy; spirituality

Family Institute locations: Evanston, Downtown Chicago

To make an appointment with this therapist, please contact registration at 847-733-4300, ext. 263.

  • Clinical Interests: Adoption, Couples Conflict, Cultural/Immigration Issues, IPCM (Integrative Problem Centered Metaframeworks), Life Stage Transitions, Marital Satisfaction and Intimacy Issues, Men's Issues, Premarital Issues and Counseling, Remarriage/Blended Families, Spirituality/Religion
  • Location: Evanston, Chicago (downtown)
  • Insurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Name: Roberts