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Therapists in Chicago

Rick Volden, Psychologist  in Chicago
“In more than 20 years as a private practitioner, I have had the privilege of helping hundreds of individuals and couples resolve a wide array of relationship and personal difficulties, from communication and intimacy problems to career and family issues to serious depression and anxiety. Throughout my career, I have consistently been impressed and inspired by the ability of my clients to commit to the therapy process and seek lasting change. This deep respect for my clients is the foundation upon which I aim to build a safe and collaborative working relationship.
(773) 244-2812
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Cognitive Solutions Learning Center, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“We are a cutting edge facility offering a broad range of services, including learning disability and attention deficit disorder assessment and remediation, executive functions training and ADHD coaching, psychotherapy and social skills groups, and the latest neurofeedback technologies. We specialize in non medicinal treatments for disorders of attention. Please refer to our website for a comprehensive list of our services. Alternatively, feel free to contact us at (773) 755-1775 or by emailing info@helpforld.com for more information.
(773) 922-6518
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Karen E Focht, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I specialize in creating a safe environment for my clients in order to empower personal and relational growth, healing, emotional wellness, goal achievement and development. While working with couples, I focus on providing a safe and efficient platform, focusing on restoring connection and trust while improving communication and problem solving. Family therapy provides me with a unique opportunity to bring the entire family system together in order to cope with many different problems and situations. I will oftentimes engage children in the therapeutic process using a variety of creative interventions such as play, art and literature.
(312) 470-6938
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Eileen A Niemiera, Counselor  in Chicago
“I enjoy working with a wide range of clients from adolescence through late adulthood. I view therapy as a collaborative process in which the relationship between therapist and client is of primary importance. To this end, I focus on providing clients with a safe environment where we can explore their experiences and feelings. Frequently, a client's current difficulties have developed over a long period of time, and during the course of therapy a deepened understanding of the roots of these problems increases the client's potential to experience positive change, increased (realistic) self-esteem, strengthened confidence, and more satisfying relationships.
(708) 277-6940
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Kathleen Check, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe we all have the ability to heal from life stressors and suffering. I use an integrative approach to draw upon each person's individual inner resources. I tailor the therapeutic experience to meet the unique needs of each person. I strive to create a safe, supportive, and understanding environment to openly explore and discuss issues, as well as working to facilitate growth and self-acceptance. It takes courage to seek counseling/therapy. I work to respectfully collaborate and to assist in gaining a deeper understanding, while also helping to identify solutions towards a more satisfying and fulfilling life.
(312) 701-0727
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Erika Annette Lohmiller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCPC, CADC, MISA, II
“Healing. Clarity. Warmth. Understanding. Patience. Insight. Non-judgement. Validation. Resolution. I believe that you are visiting this site to seek answers and find healing in some pain or distress in your life. I value and endorse the benefits of psychotherapy. Together we can determine the best appropriate fit, style, modality, therapeutic orientation and type of treatment. I believe my clients are the experts in what they need, and I serve to facilitate their process of deepening clarity. I provide clinical consultation and confidential psychotherapy on how people achieve lasting improvements in their self esteem, coping, and well being.
(773) 295-2404
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Scott D Pytluk, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe many life struggles are due to our attempts to adapt in ways that don't seem to work. Emotional distress is often caused by factors outside our awareness. These factors limit the range of possible ways to live successful lives. We try to help ourselves by using various creative strategies and sometimes discover we can succeed only with the assistance of someone who knows how to help. A close relationship with a skilled professional sensitive to and who understands human challenges is crucial to discovering new ways of being and relating. I collaborate closely in relationship with clients to help transform their lives.
(312) 364-9965
Chicago, Illinois 60602
“In my practice, I work with men and women, individuals and couples. I focus largely on the dynamics and the contexts in which people live, both in their current relationships and in the ones that helped to shape them. I help people through the transitions of their lives, through loss and "stuck" places, past the obstacles to achieving meaning in life and intimacy in relationships. I work in a cognitive/directive and very open personal style.
(312) 725-4666
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Nancy Curotto, Psy.D., Psychologist  in Chicago
“I've had the privilege of helping individuals recognize their emotional needs and develop the skills to achieve wellness for over 15 years. I offer clients a specialized setting where they can develop an awareness and understanding of how their past/current relationships, childhood and adult experiences have influenced their lives, career choices/satisfaction; and overall happiness. My approach includes exploring mental/emotional, spiritual, and physical needs as well as identifying my client's strengths and gifts. I embrace the importance and uniqueness of diverse cultural backgrounds and their influence in one's life. My treatment style is interactive and specially tailored to each client.
(312) 229-0656
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Rosemary Magaņa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC
“Life can bring forth challenges and struggles which at times feel overwhelming. My approach in working with clients is humanistic and solution focused. My clinical experience includes working with clients who have experienced trauma, addressing relationship concerns, and managing depressive and anxiety symptoms.
(708) 221-9130
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Blake Hamilton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a psychotherapist, I recognize that each course of treatment is subjective and unique. I work closely with each client in determining his or her treatment goals and respect each individuals right to self determination. Enhanced self esteem, improved coping skills, and a more confident decision making process are the foundation for a more joyful, less conflicted life. Together we will work to achieve these results.
(312) 380-0553
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
Ari Graff, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I provide guidance to children and adults with learning and emotional problems. Often individuals and families come to me after trying other interventions such as psychotherapy, tutoring, or medication. As a neuropsychologist, I provide comprehensive evaluations to clarify a client's learning profile, promote greater self-awareness, and generate tailored recommendations for home, school, and work. As a psychotherapist, I help clients to value themselves, focus on the present, and resolve conflicts that block them from being successful in their school, work, and personal life.
(708) 377-5209
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Julie Safranski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Through diet and exercise we manage our physical health, but it's as important to invest time exploring and resolving personal issues as a means of caring for our mental health. At times, stress can be overwhelming and it can be hard to manage day-to-day. My objective is to create a safe, non-judgmental space to offer support and guidance to individuals and families. I have a down-to-earth, easy-going and collaborative approach to therapy. As clients identify their strengths, the focus becomes about generating solutions, developing healthy ways of coping and making positive decisions that ultimately improves their outlook.
(773) 295-2405
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Kathleen Leahy, Counselor  in Chicago
“When personal stresses mount, I believe in meeting the client where they are to listen with an empathic ear and provide coping skills to help clients more effectively navigate difficulties. I realize people need support to get by in their daily lives when career difficulties occur or relationships begin to break down or perhaps it is just hard to cope with personal or external expectations. I work with mind-body awareness and may introduce some relaxation techniques to aid clients overcome anxiety.
(847) 305-3059
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Justin Evan Tobin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you feel stuck in the same routine? Doing the same behaviors over and over again? Do you feel a lot of stress, irritability or anger? Making a decision for change in your life is not easy and trusting these decisions is even more difficult. You may even feel depressed or anxious. Relationships can be confusing, career choices can be overwhelming, and figuring out your future can seem stressful.
(312) 346-5156
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Joanne Z Flannery  in Chicago
“As a marriage and family therapist with a master's degree in sexology I invite individuals, couples and groups to come to me with any sexual or relational concerns. I believe self-expression though sexuality is part of living a balanced and healthy life. I take pride in being an inclusive and culturally sensitive therapist. All are welcome in my office.
(312) 548-1491 x1
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Amanda Kleinman, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I have worked as a general psychiatrist for many years and am comfortable treating many kinds of mental health concerns, including Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, OCD, Bipolar disorder, Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective disorders, issues of Women's Mental Health, and issues of Adolescent Mental Health. Whenever possible, I try to engage family members and work with other mental health professionals to ensure patients get the best care.
(773) 828-4081
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Jennifer Lara, LCPC, Counselor  in Chicago
“In a world of constant transitions, at times it is challenging to feel settled with change.I believe therapy is an outlet to discuss, explore, and change aspects of our lives that are causing distress. Everyone has the ability to cope with life changes, and therapy allows a supportive, non-judgmental space to talk through feelings. I provide action-oriented, supportive, feminist, and person-centered psychotherapy. I am a bi-lingual (Spanish-speaking) and bi-cultural therapist that understands cultural influences and can express feelings and thoughts in a language that my clients feel comfortable.
(773) 717-2936
Chicago, Illinois 60643
Sara Michelson, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Dr. Michelson is a Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience providing cognitive-behavioral therapy. Dr. Michelson completed a pre-doctoral internship at Hudson Valley VA in New York and a post-doctoral fellowship at Yale University, Department of Psychiatry where she specialized in cognitive behavioral treatment of trauma. She has also received specialized training in the treatment of depression and anxiety at the University of Chicago and Northwestern University. Dr. Michelson received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Roosevelt University in Chicago and a B.A. in psychology and comparative literature from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.
(312) 697-1629 x3
Chicago, Illinois 60611
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