The Center for Clinical Wellness (CCW) seeks to address three primary goals: 

  1. Creation of a culture of wellness, including programs to address burnout, support resilience, and increase joy in work.
  2. Increased support for mental health, including access to care, reduction in stigma, and strategic partnerships to prevent suicide.
  3. Production of leading research through an emphasis on data and analytics.​


The Center for Clinical Wellness is the first of its kind; each finish, color, and texture was selected with a scientifically proven rationale to improve the well-being of visitors, while creating an optimal healing environment. Made possible by a significant philanthropic gift, the Center’s launch represents a new chapter in well-being for Rush University System for Health.




The following services are currently available:

  • Well-Being Coach: Work with one of our Well-Being Advocates to identify and and meet your wellness goals.
  • Counseling: Our Well-Being Advocates are trained ​mental health professionals and are​ here to support you.
  • Mini Wellness Retreats: ​​Re-charge your well-being—spend 60 minutes at the Center for Clinical Wellness enhancing your well-being through a special, targeted experience (including access to the Energy Pod).​

Members of the Wellness team who support our clients are known as Well-Being Advocates. We believe wellness is a journey, and while this journey is different for everyone, we can all benefit from a little help along the way.​ All Well-Being Advocates are licensed behavioral health professionals with a range of backgrounds: all with a master’s degree or above, including ​PhD’s and MD’s.




You can book an appointment at the Center for Clinical Wellness up to 24 hours in advance. If you do not find an appointment time that meets your needs, we encourage you to try booking an appointment with another Well-Being Advocate.


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COVID-19 and Your Safety


Your safety is important to us. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we require any visitor or staff member who enters the CCW to pass a temperature check and wear a mask. Our capacity limits and furniture spacing allow for safe social distancing, according to guidance from the Illinois Department of Public Health. All surfaces in the CCW are regularly disinfected by staff.​