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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

Angeline Groves, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Healing is possible, even after the most difficult experiences. If you're feeling overwhelmed or confused by what you're going through, you don't have to struggle alone. By using a mixture of creativity, humor and compassion, I can work with you to discover and change patterns that aren't working, tap into your strengths and, most importantly, feel safe on your journey of healing.
(773) 360-5445
Chicago, Illinois 60660
James Hallberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“I develop my therapeutic relationship with clients based upon the understanding that honesty and willingness are the foundation points to a beneficial therapeutic journey. I work well with those individuals that are able to embrace the uncertainty of therapy and adjust to the process of unveiling emotions. Our lives are very unique and cannot be generalized for therapeutic application.
(773) 231-5297
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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 12 years of practice, I have enjoyed working with individuals from diverse backgrounds on a wide range of concerns.
(773) 435-9895
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Bridget Gregory at Chicago Cnslng Collaborative, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
“I am a Licensed Associate Marital and Family Therapist specializing in individual, couple, and family therapy. My therapeutic process is strength-based, empathetic, and nurturing. Treatment is personalized based on the needs of each individual client. In a comfortable and supportive environment I help individuals examine their whole self in order to reach the personal change and growth that they are seeking. I work with a broad spectrum of clients and among my areas of interest are young adults, life transitions, self-esteem, communication, couples preparing for marriage, first time parents, blended families, and sexual relationship therapy.
(312) 800-1827
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Sharon Bastin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Clients often tell me they appreciate my straightforward approach, my solution-focused orientation, and my ability to make people feel comfortable. I believe that you have what it takes to overcome your emotional obstacles. I have expertise in helping people and families in crisis situations and often work to help people improve their relationships. I have worked with a wide range of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, mood disorders and severe and persistent mental illness. Whether it is a life transition or an emotional obstacle, I can help you achieve your wellness goals.
(773) 231-5282
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Michael W Glavin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Is a relationship causing you pain? As a relationship expert, I help both couples and individuals get what they truly need, either individually or through the relationship itself. I will help you (each) get in touch with what you're deeply wanting, and be able to express those desires in a healthy, positive way that others can hear. From this place of strength, fundamental transformation is possible, either to let go of a harmful relationship or to create a relationship that is vibrant and a source of sustaining joy.
(312) 625-1729
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Mel Kimmel, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe it is very important to involve the clients in each phase of counseling. I work together with individuals, couples and families on a wide variety of emotional and adjustment issues to tailor treatment approaches that best meet their needs and to reach the following goals: - Increase their understanding about issues related to their concerns; - Identify changes or goals they want to work towards; - Explore options to address their concerns; - Learn and implement helpful strategies and skills; - Make lasting improvements
(603) 483-3760
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Lisa Mullings  in Chicago
“Do You Need Help? Perhaps you are having difficulties sleeping or concentrating because you can not stop thinking about your problems. Maybe you feel confused, depressed, and angry because you are stuck in unhealthy relationships or patterns of behavior? Do you find yourself asking how did life get so complicated? We all struggle with finding answers for some of life's challenges. Psychotherapy is one of the many ways we can examine our lives and look within ourselves to find our unique attributes and strengths to overcome adversity and thrive.
(773) 280-8289
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Alexandra B. Fox, Counselor  in Chicago
“Alexandra Fox is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with experience providing therapy for adults, adolescents, families and couples. Alexandra specializes in treating anxiety, depression,grief, self esteem concerns, women’s issues, adult life transitions and couple conflict and intimacy. Alexandra utilizes a psychodynamic approach to therapy in conjunction with mindfulness techniques to provide clients with the skills to feel more present at work and in their everyday lives. Understanding how people develop their own characteristic patterns of behaving, feeling and thinking informs her clinical work. Alexandra earned her Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University.
(312) 972-3666
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Janet Stallman, Counselor  in Chicago
“I like to collaborate with my clients to find new ways to navigate the challenges they face. We start by looking for new perspectives that can diminish feelings like anxiety, frustration and sadness. We will work to understand where behavior patterns come from and how to make the changes that will benefit you. Most clients I work with are feeling worried, sad, irritable, having problems with relationships or problems at work. Generally, they want to feel more at ease, content and confident. This is a great place to start to make the changes you've been wanting to make!
(773) 669-6985
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Theresa K. Albini, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“Are you unbearably sad? Feel empty? Bored? Stuck? Often irritable or argumentative? Have frequent mood swings? Do you worry excessively? Have trouble relaxing or concentrating? Engage in emotional eating? Do you check your e-mail compulsively? Watch lots of videos? Switch frequently from games to file downloads to chat rooms? Are you drawn into relationships with people who are selfish, cold or abusive? Couples, do you find yourselves arguing too often or emotionally disconnected? As a parent are you frustrated with endless power struggles with your child or worried about your child's temper or other behaviors? I can help you.
(312) 725-2666
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Katy Groves, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have a particular interest in working with people who want to experience greater connection and fulfillment in their lives. I help clients find clarity when making important decisions, cultivate enjoyment in their work, or improve relationships in their lives. Your struggles may be connected to anxiety, depression, or addiction; sometimes difficult past experiences or traumatic losses create a feeling of being lost or stuck. Together we'll explore your story and beliefs so you can move past stuck places and into a fuller, more vibrant life.
(773) 362-5771
Chicago, Illinois 60642
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
Aviva Cohen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I specialize in infertility issues, grief and loss during pregnancy, PostPartum Depression, and termination of pregnancy due to a complicated medical diagnosis. I work with women and their partners during the reproductive journey.
(312) 675-4986
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Fred Myrick, Counselor  in Chicago
“I've been there. I know what it's like to feel stuck and actually change, and I use this experience to help you close the gap between where you are and where you want to be. I understand an effective therapist cannot take anyone down a road they have not themselves travelled. In order to live fully one must continually develop and grow in mind, body, and spirit, and I integrate this philosophy with my therapy practices. I appreciate the uniqueness of every person's story, and at the same time I provide the comfort that you are not alone in your experience.
(312) 647-2193
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Mark Smaller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“As a psychoanalyst with almost 40 years of experience working with adults, adolescents, and children, individuals often to come see me when they have reached the limit of how families, parents, friends, teachers, and colleagues can help. People with whom I have worked have taught me the value of how being understood and responded to regarding their interpersonal concerns, conflicts, and crises, can help them move forward in their lives. Just as with chronic physical pain, no one deserves to live with chronic emotional pain. Therapy, as I practice it, is based upon a collaborative effort to alleviate such pain.
(312) 548-1276
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Rae E Rich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Therapy provides a unique opportunity to get to know yourself (and/or your partner) at a deeper level, and to overcome obstacles that prevent you from enjoying life more fully. My goal is to provide the safety and "mirror" through which clients can see themselves more clearly, increase self-acceptance, and become empowered to make positive changes. Through a non-judgmental and interactive approach, I offer support and insight while simultaneously encouraging clients to take the next step toward self-discovery and personal growth.
(847) 737-3144
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Edgar A Ramos, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I have over 15 years of professional experience rendering clinical services to individuals, families and groups. I utilize an interpersonal approach to help you feel safe when managing problems related to bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, ADHD and trauma. My goal is to assist you in managing those problems in efforts of increasing your life satisfaction.
(630) 447-0986
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Tracy Leman, Counselor  in Chicago
“Are you seeking additional clarity and insight into life's challenges? All of us can benefit from pursuing growth with the support of a compassionate professional. I partner with my clients to help them cope with their difficulties and uncover their strengths. I will approach our therapeutic relationship with respect and care, working with you to develop creative approaches to the challenges you are facing. I am currently offering Saturday and Sunday hours to help clients fit therapy sessions into their busy schedules.
(630) 560-6549
Chicago, Illinois 60616
Stephanie Whitman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MS, JD
“Are you struggling in your relationships? Are you and your partner experiencing conflict that you can't seem to resolve? I can help you understand the underlying issues and needs that lead to withdrawal or anger, and work with you to re-establish strong bonds. Together we will identify the negative patterns that repeat, learn how to interrupt those and to instead create positive conflict resolution skills. I am passionate about the work I do as a therapist, and I respect each person's struggle and strengths.
(847) 416-2073
Chicago, Illinois 60611
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