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Welcome to the Chicago Therapist Directory

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

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Therapists in Chicago

Katy Groves, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I work with people who are struggling to make decisions, connect with their work, or improve the relationships in their lives. Sometimes struggles take the form of anxiety, depression, or addiction; sometimes difficult past experiences or traumatic loses create a feeling of being lost or stuck. Together we'll explore your life and beliefs and create a clearer path to your goals.
(773) 309-4169
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Kelly Berkheimer, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Most people who come to therapy are looking to make a change for the better in their lives. My patients have found that the therapy relationship is a powerful and profound forum for understanding themselves and their experiences more deeply, and that this leads to making positive changes that last. Whether you are struggling with making a relationship work, dealing with the effects of depression or anxiety, or overwhelmed trying to navigate the "real world" after leaving school, we can work together to find your most fulfilling path. I work in a group of like-minded therapists who share my vision for helping others.
(312) 380-0750 x2
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Falana Coleman-Zamora, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life's moments are filled with joy, disappointment, triumph and challenges. Many of these experiences leave us feeling exhilarated, overwhelmed and in search of a new path in a different direction. I believe that the therapeutic environment is a safe space where mutual trust, honesty and insightful dialogue allow you to nurture, heal and replenish yourself. The therapeutic relationship is essential to my clinical approach; a collaborative effort to support and challenge as we establish and progress toward identified goals.
(773) 599-0934
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Rebecca Lotsoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have a warm, accepting, supportive and understanding style. I believe that it is possible for any of us to get "stuck" in a thought or behavior that does not always suit our best interest. Together we can discover what these are for you, (your relationship, your work life, etc.) and work on ways of approaching and viewing things differently.
(773) 312-4663
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Robert Kispert, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“You spend years looking for someone who gets you, someone who completes you in so many ways. Sometimes you just can't find that person. Or you always mess it up. Or you do make a life with someone, and then you discover that you're arguing all the time, hurt, and lonely. Maybe relationships are not your issue: It's a career thing, an illness or a loss that you can't bounce back from. As human beings, we seem to need to give ourselves to things, to love and be loved. So why is it so hard?
(312) 386-5137
Chicago, Illinois 60602
George D Beukema, Counselor  in Chicago
“Through my work as a therapist I have come to believe deeply in the capacity of people to change. If we are feeling stuck in some ways, I don't think its because we want to be miserable or are in some way a "bad" person. We may simply lack the right kind of support to find our way out.
(773) 888-4053
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Zack Hamingson, Counselor  in Chicago
“My role as a therapist is to create an empathic, relational context where clients can explore the deeper concerns that impede their capacity to live the life they desire. My goal is to provide a supportive therapeutic relationship in which clients can safely discover what is getting in the way. I consider it my task to assist clients in building resources and skills that allow for healthier coping and increased capacity to thrive in life.
(815) 323-6089
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Willis Counseling and Consulting, Counselor  in Chicago
“At WillisCC, we welcome our guests to find therapeutic services in Bucktown, Wicker Park, Downtown Chicago and Naperville. In these warm and safe neighborhoods, guests are encouraged to challenge themselves and find new ways to cope with the challenges in life's journey. At Willis CC, we are dedicated to providing support and nurturance to those seeking a new direction. Contact Us to arrange an assessment soon. We value our guests being matched with the best suited therapist and therefore have an open door policy about ensuring our guests the right fit.
(312) 257-3657
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Deborah R. Bates  in Chicago
“No matter your circumstance, whether you have been struggling life-long or just recently stuck in a rut, whether you are suffering from depression or anxiety, dissatisfied with your relationships, unsure how to help your child, crippled by past pain, or simply desiring to grow, there is hope for you. I strive to make the therapy room a warm and safe environment where you feel heard and understood, and where you can honestly and openly explore who you are and who you want to be. I will meet you where you are and walk with you toward growth and healing.
(312) 651-6947
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Diana Cristina Sanabria, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LLC
“Note: I will be on vacation until August 27th, 2012. I specialize in providing individual and marital therapy to both English and Spanish speaking clients. As a native Spanish speaker, I am uniquely qualified to work with the Latino population not only because Spanish is my first language but because I understand the culture being Latina myself. At the same time, I have lived in the United States for over 20 years so I am versatile in working with both cultures.
(773) 717-2905
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Nicole M Bailey, Counselor  in Chicago
“Together we can explore what is happening in your life. As an insight-oriented, action-focused psychotherapist I offer an encouraging, nonjudgmental environment in which to resolve current issues, identify problematic patterns, and take steps toward fulfillment. Whether it is the presence of life stressors, or long standing issues, my goal is to support your self-exploration, in order to gain an improved sense of wellbeing. As we establish a strong working relationship, you will experience the benefits of support, empathy, and empowerment, while working to better your life. Challenging, with warmth and a sense of humor, you will find my approach authentic and relatable.
(312) 789-5385
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Eleanor B Coe, Psy.D., Psychologist  in Chicago
“I provide a warm and caring environment where we can work together to understand the relationship between your past experiences and current difficulties. Our goal is to address whatever challenges bring you to treatment so you can move forward in a positive and productive manner with new insights and coping skills.
(312) 725-9000
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Thomas F Colley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“During my 20 plus years of practice I have gained experience in a broad area of clinical Social Work. Working with clients who have experienced severe mental disorders has helped to put into perspective the more common issues we all experience from time to time. I enjoy working primarily with men, adolescents and latency aged boys. Some of the more common issues I have helped my clients with include managing their anger, learning to express emotions in acceptable ways and dealing with issues around divorce, parenting and relationships. I am certified as a anger management specialist.
(630) 478-8570
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Ivan Budisin, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Depressed, anxious, stressed? Can't sleep? Having difficulty adjusting to changes in your life, such as becoming a parent, re-entering the workforce, changing jobs or moving away from your family? Overwhelmed by trying to find an appropriate work-life balance? I have developed significant experience addressing these issues in working with individuals with diverse backgrounds.
(847) 786-2025
Chicago, Illinois 60660
Mary-Beth A Golden, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, MT-BC
“I am a direct, interactive, and insightful psychotherapist who has a thoughtful, patient, and collaborative approach to therapy. Therapy can help explore patterns of relating, both past and present, and find alternative ways of expressing these thoughts and feelings so that one may achieve increased life satisfaction. In addition, therapy is about improving relationships with oneself and others by working through unexpected difficulties and changes which occur in life and creating better possibilities for the future.
(773) 782-6179
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Jamie Gayle, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I became a clinical psychologist because I believe deeply in the reparative power of human relationships. In a number of senses, we become who we are through our interactions with others, and these patterns form the basis of how secure we feel with ourselves and others. I see the therapeutic relationship as a natural vehicle for healing relationship wounds and breaking repetitive self-injurious patterns that dovetail with interpersonal struggles. I invite clients to join me in a collaborative effort to observe and more deeply understand themselves, their relationship patterns, and their characteristic ways of thinking and feeling.
(847) 363-5088
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Lorene Replogle Counseling Center, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“For 36 years the staff of the Lorene Replogle Counseling Center, a mission of Fourth Presbyterian Church, has been committed to helping clients in the collaborative process of counseling. Each of our 18 counselors is dedicated to the promotion of health and wholeness in their clients. We bring wisdom from different disciplines to understand, empathize with and support individuals and couples. We hold a value of ongoing learning, growth, and transformation for ourselves and those we work with.
(312) 854-2446
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Christopher D Raley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“Struggling with things that others seem to overcome easily? Anxious? Depressed? Battling abuse of substances? Grieving a loss? Searching for a change? Experiencing a difficult adjustment, or accepting yourself as a whole person? Your search for a therapist is a wonderful first step and an indication that you are ready to begin a different journey. I have over 7 years of working with individuals from various socioeconomic, ethnic, and racial backgrounds. I have 2 years experience working with gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning clients who struggle with HIV maintenance, mental health concerns and various other issues.
(312) 756-0625
Chicago, Illinois 60660
Sonali Gupta, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My approach to therapy is ‘client-focused’ in that I place a great deal of importance on developing a collaborative and authentic relationship with my clients, on establishing a safe and comfortable therapeutic environment, and on fully understanding each client and his or her unique concerns. My interventions are guided by this understanding as well as my clients’ preferences. In my 10 years of practice, I have enjoyed working with individuals from diverse backgrounds on a wide range of concerns, helping create positive changes in their lives by using an approach that is strengths based, empowering, and tailored to the person’s individual needs and goals. My therapeutic style is pragmatic, yet also supportive and warm.
(773) 435-9895
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Megan M Selig, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I offer individual, group and family therapy for children, adolescents and adults. I have a special interest in working with individuals who have issues related to sexual/physical/emotional abuse, self-harming behavior, stress and anger issues, trauma and behavioral disorders. I utilize several different treatment modalities and strive to meet the needs of each individual client. My approach with client's is to make them feel supported, respected, and that are in a safe environment. I work at a group practice that covers the whole spectrum that covers mental health needs.
(708) 497-9903
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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