Margo Tirado, MA, LCPC
Margo Tirado is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who received her Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College. She has over 25 years of clinical experience in the field of psychology including community mental health and residential and milieu therapies, and she currently owns a thriving private practice in Hinsdale, Illinois. She is an adjunct professor at Huntington University and a sought-after speaker, having developed a series of workshops focusing on helping women find their Voice. She supports her clients by integrating their faith with counseling, and she seeks to continually provide the most current and research–based therapies. She has journeyed with thousands of women, helping them find their Voice.
In 2010, Margo co-created The Dash Conference for women, an original one-day conference based on readings, research and clinical observations of the unique lifework challenges of the feminine soul. These observations, paired with hands-on right and left brain experiences, created a unique one-day conference which moves women towards significant self-discovery, growth and life shifts.
Whether she is teaching, counseling, coaching or blogging, Margo’s lifework is helping women find their Voice.
Margo just celebrated 26 years of marriage to her best friend Frank, and she has raised two amazing adults, Francisco and Marisa. For fun and frills, she dances flamenco and is often found in her kitchen where she is known for serving friends and family ten-course meals when they come to dinner!