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Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Chicago, Illinois.

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Therapists in Chicago

Rania Johnson, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I provide thorough diagnostic evaluations, evidence-based medication management, and individual psychotherapy. My focus is on mood and anxiety disorders, including depression, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety, social anxiety and panic disorder. However, I also enjoy working with patients with ADHD, OCD, and psychotic disorders. During my training, I had the opportunity to learn from specialists in addictions, sleep disorders, and women's mental health. I am currently receiving intensive psychodynamic psychotherapy training at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis.
(312) 782-5959 x4
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Wendy Goetz, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe at some point, everyone experiences problems they cannot resolve through their usual means of coping and problem-solving. These problems may interfere with relationships, work, family, or other responsibilities and cause feelings of sadness, fear, anger, or helplessness. You may feel stuck and unsure of what to do. I can help you move forward by understanding patterns in your relationships, past experiences, thoughts, feelings, and actions and how they may contribute to becoming stuck or limit your ability to adapt to new circumstances.
(773) 364-6078
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Neha Patel, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Life can be challenging, and support through tough times is essential. My professional work includes working with individuals who are stressed by the challenges of their daily lives as well as those who struggle with a mental illness. I encourage holistic health and wellness that includes, mind, body and spirit. I am passionate about my work and believe that treatment with a focus on intervention, prevention and support can lead to a more meaningful life with promise and hope.
(312) 229-0811
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Christine Carpenter, Psychologist  in Chicago
“With warmth, sensitivity and without judgment, I work hard to understand your unique experience. Together we can find a path to well-being and fulfillment that fits for you. I can help you find more immediate relief from symptoms that get in your way day-to-day while exploring deeper issues that may have led to your current situation. Into the traditional "talk therapy" model, I incorporate body-centered work to help you achieve deeper, experiential change that is lasting and fully integrated into your sense of self.
(773) 888-0757
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Jennifer L. Rolnick, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My clinical practice focuses on individual therapy and psychological and psycho-educational testing with children, adolescents, and adults. My areas of expertise include trauma, mood and anxiety disorders, and life transitions. I use an insight-oriented, relational approach with an emphasis on collaboration, connection, and empowerment. The therapeutic relationship facilitates growth by identifying and exploring both past and present patterns that keep people feeling stuck. I see therapy as a collaborative effort that allows people observe and more deeply understand themselves, their relationship patterns, and their characteristic ways of thinking and feeling.
(312) 548-1379
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Kenneth W James, Counselor  in Chicago
“I use an interactive style when doing therapy, guiding and empowering clients to trust the wisdom received from the unconscious, and to use that wisdom with awareness. In this way, we facilitate the individuation process together. Individuation continually returns the individual identity--the Ego--to a healthy intimacy with the Self, the core of our being. By companioning you as you deepen your relationship to the Self and the archetypes, our therapeutic alliance can help sustain a vibrant, healthy and genuine presence in life.
(773) 432-7017
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Peter J Newman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Having learned many different treatment approaches in my 25-year career as a psychologist, I believe it is important to choose the right approach for each person. I am skilled in psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral therapy, and am a certified EMDR therapist. Let's work together to find out what will work for you.
(312) 245-9166
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Alina S Viola, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe that the therapy relationship can help you grow, heal, and cope with the unavoidable challenges of life. How our relationship develops will depend on the unique needs you bring. My role as a therapist is to work with you to understand these needs and to respond to them. While we will address the immediate reasons that bring you to therapy, our work may also involve delving beyond the immediate pain to explore the underlying themes, to help you find new ways of relating to yourself and others.
(773) 672-3940
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Liz Aldrich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA, CST
“Whether you're looking for expertise in sex or couples therapy, or general therapy to alleviate emotional stress, I can help. Together we'll discuss the nature of your concerns, explore how they affect you and relationships, and most importantly, help you gain insight and skills to better navigate life. There is no single "right" way to tackle a problem, sexual or otherwise. I focus on providing therapy that is catered to each unique client so that you see improvement now, and continue to feel better when therapy ends! I am direct, empathic, and focused on your goals.
(773) 295-7546
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Heather Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Seeking therapy is an important decision that shows personal strength and motivation. Therapy can be a safe, confidential space to explore issues that are important to you, and to pursue goals you have for yourself and your life. I have a deep respect for the strengths you bring to the therapeutic work, and my approach to therapy involves building on these strengths to support you in reaching your goals. I believe strongly in a non-judgmental approach to therapy, and I offer an emotionally safe space where you can explore important life issues in an authentic way.
(312) 647-2007
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Suzanne McClure, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am interested in clients who take initiative with their therapy,and who hold curiosity about themselves and the world. Helping the client feel empowered about therapy and have increased insight are some of my goals when working within a therapeutic framework.
(773) 672-3728
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Daniel Ross, Psychiatric Nurse  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, RN, PMHNP
“It is not uncommon to find ourselves somehow off track and disconnected from who we thought we were. Our relationships may seem stuck and deeply unsatisfying. We feel lost and unsure of our place in the world. This may be accompanied by feelings of depression, anxiety or as physical problems. It can be experienced as a deep alienation, sadness and suffering. When we are called to make a change and resist, it can cause havoc in our lives; this can happen whether the change is in the outer circumstances of our life, our inner attitude, our world view, or some combination.
(847) 849-1867
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Linda Freedman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, LMFT
“Therapists should be charming, or you wouldn't want to come back, let alone commit to working to get better. We should engage you, take your side, take both sides in a couples therapy. My feeling is that you should feel better when you leave, but that's a tall order. Problems aren't built in a day, they won't go away quickly either, not usually. The patient should be the builder, at least a contractor in the process, and tools selected with care. We work together to pull it off. It is magical when that works.
(773) 377-8108
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Jessica Rothman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MSMFT, LMFT
“I am a licensed marriage and family therapist committed to treating individuals, couples, and families. My clinical interests lie in treating couples' issues, bereavement and loss, anxiety, depression, abuse and trauma, parenting issues, and treatment with young children. I use a systemic and strengths-based approach in working with individuals and the relationships they have in their lives. Using an integrative model of change, I highlight a different part of the theory to fit with your identified needs.
(312) 698-3701
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Aarti Mehta, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“In my practice, I strive to take a holistic approach to treatment. I focus on the biological aspects of treatment via medications when necessary, the psychological aspects of treatment via psychotherapy and the social aspects of treatment by inviting family and significant others to participate in treatment if the patient wishes. Psychiatric issues are much more complex than a single diagnosis, and I look forward the challenge of discovering the depth of each patient.
(773) 245-1975
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Judith Bobbe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, ATR
“I am a very experienced and compassionate therapist, working for over 25 years, helping people to change their lives. To me, the opportunity to explore yourself in a safe, reliable relationship is the most important element in psychotherapy. I can help you to change patterns and habits which are hindering your ability to experience happiness and success. Your innate wisdom and strength will become availble to you. I use education and skill building, which will empower you to gain self-awareness, and to promote your healing. We can work on both immediate, and long term challenges.
(773) 747-6207
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Coyne Counseling Center  in Chicago
“Everyone deserves to be listened to, and respected. My aim is to offer a safe place for those yearning to grow into the person they were always meant to be. My treatment style is holding, but challenging, gently aiding clients to bring their emotions to consciousness by using reflection and mindfulness. I utilize a strength-based and empowering approach to help clients develop their strengths more fully. I am very collaborative by nature and believe the universe puts different resources in one's path for growth, to offer hope and healing. I work with children, adolescents, adults and families.
(310) 439-8978
Chicago, Illinois 60602
John Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My work with clients is focused on providing quick solutions to life's challenges in a supportive, non-judgmental and collaborative atmosphere. I welcome all clients with positive regard to all races, religions, sexual orientation or gender.
(773) 922-6510
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Patricia McMahon, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Clients who are interested in strengthening their personal, social, and work relationships find me helpful. Looking to grow psychologically and emotionally, these individuals seek to better understand how their relationship style is intertwined with their feelings, thinking, behavior, and career achievements. Depression, anxiety, anger management, and self-expression are some of the issues that we typically explore in counseling. Thus, my clients seek counseling as an important opportunity for personal growth, present with various questions and issues critical to them, and may come from any ethnicity, culture, educational level, religion, or sexual orientation.
(847) 570-0817
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Colin Ennis, Psychologist  in Chicago
“The primary goal of therapy is to provide relief from your immediate distress while also initiating a process of self-knowledge that helps you cope with problems that arise long after therapy has ended. We do this by working together in an interactive and nonjudgmental therapeutic relationship. In our first meeting, we'll talk about what is troubling you, and I'll offer you some initial impressions about what I've heard and what our work may include. Then we will create a plan together by identifying your goals and refining them with feedback based on my professional experience.
(312) 725-9745
Chicago, Illinois 60604
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What method of therapy is right for me?
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