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Therapists in Chicago

Jason T McVicker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RDDP
“I have an unlimited belief in the ability of psychotherapy to transform lives. I believe the curative power of being listened to and understood cannot be overestimated. It is the foundation upon which all therapeutic change occurs. I strive to cultivate a safe, supportive environment in which barriers to personal growth are identified, explored and worked through. Mental health services are not a luxury reserved for the few. They are an essential element to overall wellness. Whether in crisis or seeking to know yourself more deeply, I welcome the opportunity to partner with you in your quest for greater fulfillment.
(773) 599-9942
Chicago, Illinois 60657
D.A. Jopp & Associates, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Iím a licensed clinical psychologist with over a decade of experience in assisting adults, adolescents, couples and families with life, work and relationship issues. While the decision to enter therapy occurs at a difficult time, once you realize that most issues are simpler than they first appear, the experience can be transformative.
(224) 276-2491
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Colleen Napleton, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Sometimes our life or development can get a bit off track. When you are looking for symptom relief, psychotherapy is an excellent choice. I work with my clients in a collaborative relationship, exploring together the challenges and difficulties they are struggling with. I work with people who are dealing with a variety of symptoms including life changes, anxiety, depression, mood instability, anger/aggression and dissatisfaction or need for change.
(312) 614-0826
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Aga Grabowski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“I offer individual, couples, and group psychotherapy in a bright and easily accessible office in the heart of Chicago (River North area). In my practice, I am guided by two overarching beliefs: that every human being has the capacity to thrive and that effective psychotherapy harnesses this potential and provides results that you and those around you will readily notice and take joy in. In this process I flexibly call on various scientific approaches to find the best fit for you and assist you in making meaningful changes. It is a great privilege to serve my clients. I look forward to hearing from you!
(312) 957-7714
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Anne-Marie C Nicolas, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and Reiki practitioner. I am dedicated to improving the lives of my clients by offering a holistic approach to mental health treatment that combines my clinical knowledge with the healing practice of Reiki. My orientation to therapy is humanistic and client-centered; I believe in walking with my client on their journey to wellness and supporting individual change through empowerment. I am open to all faiths, beliefs, and backgrounds. My areas of specialty include holistic health and self discovery, substance abuse treatment, and family case law consultation.
(773) 696-4920
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Amy Sprague Champeau, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, SC, Jungian, Psychoa
“I believe that change is possible. Whether you are seeking change in your relationships with others, your relationship with your emotions, your relationship with your body, your relationship with your soul and spirit, your relationship with money, I welcome you to join me on a journey of self-exploration and transformation. I understand this journey requires courage and risk. I bring special training in working with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, trauma, PTSD (I offer EMDR and TRE), chronic illness/pain, and money disorders, and in working with the deeper and less conscious parts of the Self.
(262) 456-3347
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Matthew Shaffer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice welcomes children (age 9 & up), adolescents, and adults to explore life issues and challenges, as well as existing strengths and assets, in a supportive & safe environment. Developing trust and building a positive relationship serves as a starting point; I then help my clients increase their capacity to ask themselves questions, challenge previous assumptions and patterns, understand their family/social environment and try out new thoughts and actions. Together, we walk the path of progress and change, taking steps towards becoming the best possible version of ourselves, as often as we can.
(847) 562-5916
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Sara M Miller, Counselor  in Chicago
“My counseling practice begins with an open, non-judgmental stance. As we explore your thoughts and feelings, closely examining areas of stress, we can begin to gain a greater awareness of what is happening in your body and mind. Together, we can then take important steps towards your wellness. If you or a loved one is experiencing stress related to physical health challenges, chronic pain, injury, disability, trauma, traumatic brain injury, Dementia/Alzheimer's Disease, grief and loss, depression, anxiety or other life transitions, please call or email to schedule a free phone consultation.
(872) 213-0083
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Stephanie N Harris  in Chicago
“In therapy, my priority is you. I will help you discover what is best for you and you specifically. It is imperative to me that you feel welcomed and accepted by me with exactly who you are and where you are in life. I recognize that humans are complex, multilayered, and are affected in numerous ways. I will work with you to sort out the "messiness" that our emotions can sometimes feel like, so you can learn what you truly need and how to get it.
(773) 492-6525
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Aaron Homan, Counselor  in Chicago
“With nearly 10 years in the mental health field, I continue to be amazed at the resiliency of the adults, couples and families I work with. Drawing on years of experience and familiarity with numerous therapeutic approaches from dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral and mindfulness theories, I work collaboratively with clients to establish a respectful, empathic relationship. All clients have the ability to grow regardless of personal, historical, and relational challenges. It's my intention to help equip clients to develop their own self-awareness, compassion, clarity, and peace, they can go on to experience more meaningful and fulfilling lives.
(847) 379-5359 x304
Chicago, Illinois 60607
Mark Petroelje, Counselor  in Chicago
“My approach is warm, collaborative, and insight-oriented, as well as highly attuned to the effects of trauma, stigma, and shame. I focus on providing a therapeutic environment of acceptance and affirmation, promoting an authentic expression of self, and facilitating emotional healing. I believe in helping clients understand how past experiences impact their current behaviors and relationships, and we will utilize the therapeutic relationship to foster self-awareness and interpersonal skills.
(773) 717-5615
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Ilinka Novakovic, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“It takes strength and courage to seek help, and finding the right help is important. In my private practice, I provide a warm, safe, and no-judgmental environment, and I tailor my approach to your unique needs and goals. I listen carefully and compassionately, focusing on what it is you would like to work on together. I offer free phone consultations so that, together, we may determine if I am the right person to help you. All your questions, thoughts, and feelings about starting therapy are welcome.
(312) 789-5422
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Emily Arnstein  in Chicago
“Therapy should be a safe place for people to express their emotions, improve relationships, and explore and discuss their previous experiences. I believe it is crucial to provide support and empathy in order to create a nurturing therapeutic environment. I am committed to helping clients identify their personal strengths and forming positive and healthy connections with different people in their lives. I recognize the difficulty in seeking help, and I am honored when clients trust me to enter their lives to help them overcome difficult situations.
(312) 697-1168
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Carrie Sandler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I believe that the therapy belongs foremost to the client. I join in a collaborative dialogue with my clients as an observer and interpreter. I believe the verbal sharing of experiences allows clients to hear themselves think and feelógaining meaningful insights into who they are along the way. My goal is to create the safe and trusting relationship necessary to allow this process to unfold. There is no need to know why exactly treatment is being sought. The only need is a willingness to know the self better, and a belief that through a collaborative dialogue, change is possible.
(312) 970-0964
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Ioanna Chaney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CPCC, MBA
“I work with clients experiencing emotional stress stemming from depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. I specialize in issues of transition, such as critical times in a person's life that create feelings of unease, confusion, and distress. These include relatioship conflicts, parenting issues, divorce, grief and loss, accidents, career transitions, and retirement. I help clients gain insight into their situation and feelings, and empower them to take the steps leading to the attitude and behavioral changes they wish to make. I have extensive experience in cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems and client-centered therapies, as well as life and executive coaching.
(773) 219-0284
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Paul Giblin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MDiv, LMFT
“I specialize in couples counseling, family counseling, counseling with men, and premarital counseling. I help clients make meaning of their struggles, articulate their desires, and collaborate to reach their goals. I normalize and interpret conflict in terms of differences, identity, connection, and power issues. Intimacy and anger, stress and time constraints, are often the focus of our work together. I tend to be fairly transparent and strengths-focused. I also specialize in the integration of spirituality and psychotherapy.
(773) 599-0980
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Alexander E Obolsky, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I treat a diverse group of patients whose challenges range from interpersonal difficulties, depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety to difficulties caused by illnesses and various traumatic events. I enjoy working with a variety of individuals who have a wide range of issues and find that regardless of the diagnosis, a patient's suffering affects multiple areas of his or her life. I like to be challenged by my patients, and I derive a great deal of personal and professional satisfaction as a physician to be able to help my patients lead more satisfying and fullfilling lives.
(312) 456-0225
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Jean Tzou, Psychologist  in Chicago
“As a generalist, I work with individuals with a wide range of concerns from depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, bipolar, and addiction, to life problems in relationships, trauma, grief, loneliness, anger management, stress and career choices, etc... Clients get results with me because my approach is practical, creative, and empowering, and I work hard to help clients gain new tools to overcome their challenges. I am a licensed psychologist with 9 years of experience providing individual, couples, and group counseling, and teaching/ training in university settings. My style of therapy is warm, genuine, attentive, and sensitive to clients' unique needs.
(312) 698-3095
Chicago, Illinois 60611
John Cecilia, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Choosing to be in therapy is a courageous act. Deciding to examine the stresses and problems in your life, along with the unknown regions of yourself that may be related to them, cannot be done without help and facilitation from someone you trust. In working with you, I strive to create a safe environment, a trusting relationship. Here you can explore your behavioral and emotional depths. You will come to better understand the role you may already play in the creation of your own life, and learn to be more in charge of that process, building the life you want.
(312) 257-3665
Chicago, Illinois 60602
“There is nothing about you in therapy that is insignificant.The therapeutic relationship is a remedial experience; there is no judgment, only understanding. Once you and I understand how you came to your world view and why, it is easier to notice how,when, and where it works for you and when it does not. You will learn to observe yourself without judgment and make changes that will enrich your life.The therapeutic alliance is the most curative factor in treatment.
(773) 295-7516
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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