Keith Bjorge, Psy.D.

Lake Zurich | Vernon Hills

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Personal Statement

I love what I do. I remember being told at a young age to do what you love for work and you will never work a day in you life. This is true for me. I feel privileged to help people heal their emotional wounds and struggles, recover from what binds, restore broken relationships, grow and improve their lives.

Who I serve

I work mainly with adults, teens, families and couples. A good portion of my practice focuses on broken relationships—working to restore fractured bonds through fostering an understanding of emotional experiences that alter negative patterns of relating and communicating. I also work with teens and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, and addictive disorders. Further, I have experience working with borderline and narcissistic personality disorders.

Treatment areas and competencies

Marital/Couple Problems
Family Issues
Borderline Personality Disorder
Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Treatment Modalities and Theoretical Orientations

Emotionally Focused Therapy
Attachment Theory
Object Relations
Solution Focused

Approach to session

I work to understand the underlying nature and influences of problems, as well as relational and defensive patterns. My desire is foster an understanding of how past and current influences can both form and maintain problems. I build on these insights as a foundation to encourage change. My approach involves a dynamic understanding, an empathic connection, and both an affective and effective approach to promote change.


Illinois, Psychologist (Active)
Wisconsin, Psychologist (Inactive)
Nebraska, Psychologist (Inactive)


Psy.D. Illinois School of Professional Psychology (Argosy University)
M.A. Illinois School of Professional Psychology (Argosy University)
B.A. Trinity College (Trinity International University)


American Psychological Association
National Registry of Health Service Providers in Psychology
National Registry of Marriage Friendly Therapists
American Psychological Association, Family Psychology, Division 43
Christian Association of Psychological Studies (CAPS)
American Association of Christian Counselors