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Therapists in Bloomington

Amanda D. Ball, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“As we all journey through life, unexpected predicaments or barriers can divert us from the path we are on. Whether this is a problem with your child, your loved one or yourself many times we are left not knowing what to do. As we all know these problems can come in many forms such as through an unexpected diagnosis, loss of a loved one or perhaps relationship or family difficulties, even divorce. As a psychologist my goal is to assist you in navigating these obstacles and roadblocks and find a healthy way through when you feel most stuck.
(309) 740-7837 x37
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
“"I believe that therapy is a process of gaining the tools and the knowledge necessary for self-understanding and transformation brought about from a mutually respected client counselor relationship."
(309) 731-4183
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Mary Horgan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCPC
“If you are considering therapy I would appreciate the opportunity to talk with you to see how we might best work together. Over the past 28 years I have gained extensive experience working with adults, teenagers and families in various clinical settings including the Center for Human Services, Illinois Wesleyan and here at Professional Associates. I typically use a solution-focused brief therapy approach with my clients, many of whom have problems with mood and anxiety disorders, grief/loss issues, physical illness or are struggling with other significant life stressors.
(309) 228-4772
Bloomington, Illinois 61701
Barbara A O'Neal, Counselor  in Bloomington
“I understand that asking for emotional help is one of the more difficult things you might ever do. I tell my clients that if they were in physical discomfort or pain they would call their doctor for relief, and to call a professional counselor is also a way to insure their health and well-being. I assure my clients that with my guidance, and their hard work, whether they are dealing with a life crisis, life transition, relationship issue, ongoing issue, etc, that they do not have to remain stuck, that they can change..
(309) 379-8161
Bloomington, Illinois 61705
Kathleen Backus, Counselor  in Bloomington
“As a licensed counselor, I strive to assist clients in achieving their life goals. I use an eclectic approach and believe that everyone is capable of reaching their potential. If you are struggling with parenting, depression, domestic violence, or many other issues, I can help you set goals for yourself and work toward achieving them.
(309) 751-4943
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Mary K Dellorto, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“I use a solution-focused treatment approach. I see every client as unique. I believe that, to facilitate change, the therapist must fully understand and work within the client's worldview, collaborating with the client to solve the problem. In my experience, there is no one way to solve a problem - that resolution must be unique to the client. When you become my client, your well-being becomes my concern. I will work hard to help you meet the goals that you have in therapy or to find the answers to the questions that you have in your life.
(309) 664-6952
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
“Therapy is a process of growth. It is a process through which an individual, couple or family seeks to find new ways of thinking, coping, living, relating and interacting. This process involves change that is often difficult. Therefore therapy is difficult. While therapy is hard work, my task is to guide and encourage the client through the maze of changes so that their life is lived authentically. To this end my strengths lie in my ability to work with people to foster this change and incorporate it into their lives and thus live healthier, more balanced lives.
(309) 468-4209
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Terri Prenzler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I truly enjoy my work and strive to help people find the answers they are seeking to solve both long and short term issues. Life can throw us a curve ball and it is often at that time that people feel the need to reach out for help. As a Licensed practitioner, I use both my years of experience as well as research based methods to help bring relief and change to my clients. I like to help people find new ways to look at old problems and to guide them to more effective ways to manage each individual situation.
(309) 740-7264
Bloomington, Illinois 61701
Shawn Soule, Counselor  in Bloomington
“I believe that therapy can help people identify and make progress on the issues that are getting in the way of personal growth and fulfilling relationships in their lives. My professional experience includes providing therapy to teens, adults, couples and families dealing with a wide variety of issues including depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, substance use,relationships,parenting, marriage and family related issues. I have worked in the counseling center of a major university, in a substance use treatment facility, in community mental health, and in private practice and have over 14 years of experience.
(309) 468-4755
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Trisha P Malott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that therapy is unique to the individual and that the technique(s) used should reflect the individual's need(s), the situation or presenting problem, as well as be a reflection of the therapeutic alliance. I believe that therapy can help individuals work toward healing and wholeness. I can address a wide range of concerns, including, but not limited to: anxiety; depression; bipolar; sexual abuse and sexual assualt; child and adolescent concerns; and concerns relating to adoption. Common theories or models adhered to include: Cognitive-Behavioral; Solution-Focused; Psychodynamic; and, Supportive.
(309) 767-0748
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Annorah S Moorman, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“Does something in your life need to change but aren't sure how to make that happen? If so, my practice may be a good fit for you. My practice focuses on work with adults who are interested in working collaboratively to increase self-awareness, improve relationships, gain insight and understanding regarding emotions, enhance their life experience and develop more adaptive coping strategies to handle the day-to-day challenges in life. Our work may involve understanding a rut you are in, finding a better way to handle a current crisis or a cope with a stressful life transition.
(309) 807-1565
Bloomington, Illinois 61701
“I work with adult individuals who are facing moments of psychological crisis as they seek a path to a healthier life. Our first session would be to introduce ourselves and identify what you want to work-on in therapy. Finding one's way through life's questions, challenges, transitions, and developmental stages is daunting. As a Jungian oriented psychotherapist, I believe that humans are predisposed to make their individual mark in the world. I will accompany you on your journey to achieving affective catharsis of a problem, gain insight into it, and learn new ways of coping/solving the problem.
(309) 628-0320
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Michelle Rolley, Counselor  in Bloomington
“It takes strength and courage to begin therapy. I understand life can sometimes be challenging and overwhelming, and it can be hard to know where to turn. There is hope, and I can help. I am passionate about helping couples, adults, teens, and children find their most satisfying and rewarding lives. My therapeutic goal is to provide positive coping skills, insights, and comfort in a safe, secure, and open environment. If you are searching for relief from the struggles of depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, relationships, parenting, or other concerns--I would be honored to work with you on a path towards healing.
(309) 807-1695 x115
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Sandy L Colbs, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“(NOTE: I am not accepting new clients right now.) Life is a complicated journey, and I am fortunate to have the opportunity to walk with my clients as they navigate relationships, self esteem, life transitions, losses and change. My practice focuses on helping adults resolve difficult life experiences, whether from childhood or from the challenges of daily life or the inevitable transitions and changes of life as we grow older. I believe that therapy can help people break out of the set patterns of thinking and feeling that restrict us from living our life to our highest potential.
(309) 228-4684
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Michele M Carroll, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe counseling should be a unique experience for each individual based on his/her concerns and goals. Working with adolescents and adults, I approach counseling from a strength-based,person-centered, realistic orientation. Therapy sessions provide a safe place to explore ideas, feelings and problem solve. My job is to help you navigate through life's transitions using mindfulness, motivational interviewing, CBT and other techniques suited to your unique needs for growth and change.
(309) 705-0012
Bloomington, Illinois 61701
Rick Longstreth CH,   in Bloomington
“ARE YOU READY FOR CHANGE? How does it make sense to use a conscious mind technique, to fix something that is happening in the subconscious mind? It just doesn't! You don't use a screw driver to put a nail in!!! By learning to control and use your Conscious AND Subconscious minds, change can be achieved much easier and faster for most people. We are the only SUBCONSCIOUS MIND specialists in Central Illinois. Call to set up your free consultation/assessment today! I enjoy working in conjunction with other mental health professionals in helping clients achieve their goals.
(309) 807-1578
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Mario Dibiase, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“As a solution-focused psychologist, my approach to helping patients is to be practical, rational, and no-nonsense. Patients want real results from treatment, and so my therapeutic approach is customized for each patient, using proven, evidence-based methods that are rooted in the most recent psychological research. In a warm, supportive, and non-judgmental environment, where all patients are treated with the highest respect, we will use a combination of cognitive and behavioral techniques to achieve well-defined goals.
(309) 938-4556
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Bob Rogers, Counselor  in Bloomington
“Hello - Are you feeling stuck, confused, uncertain, sad? Life often presents us with challenges and obstacles that limit us in reaching our full potential. As a licensed therapist and nationally certified counselor with 23 years of experience, I would love the opportunity to help you become "unstuck" and reach that full potential. I typically use cognitive-behavioral therapy and solution-focused brief therapy in a safe and collaborative environment. My hope is by working collaboratively, you will experience insight, growth and empowerment that will lead to a life of happiness, positive change and improved coping strategies.
(309) 938-4853
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Jennifer Bovee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CRADC
“I have a wonderfully unique sense of intuition combined with exceptional therapeutic skills. I have the gift of being able to meet a client where they are at, and help them to make the changes necessary to assist them in achieving their goals. I believe in empowering the people I work with as well as providing them with the tools necessary to achieve and sustain lifelong changes.
(309) 354-4212
Bloomington, Illinois 61701
Elizabeth Morgan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSW-G
“The thought of meeting with a therapist can be intimidating, and I pride myself in my clients describing me as being very down to earth and easy to talk with. Most individuals who have never pursued therapy before are pleasantly surprised at how much they enjoy the counseling relationship, and wish they had started sooner. It's a gift to yourself. It's important that my clients are in a comfortable and accepting relationship with me so that they can address their past and present problems, and come to discover the most authentic and best version of themselves possible.
(309) 439-9773
Bloomington, Illinois 61701

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