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Therapists in Chicago

Leah Renfro, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe the core of a successful psychotherapy experience is a trusting, respectful relationship between therapist and patient. I cultivate this type of relationship with my patients by approaching my work with empathy, support, collaboration, constructive feedback, and a respect for how challenging the process of psychotherapy can be. I recognize that each person's path to wellness is unique. I will collaborate with you, empowering you to achieve optimal functioning as you learn how to cope with the challenges that come your way. I have a strong desire to help others strengthen their interpersonal relationships and am in-tune with my patients' emotional needs.
(872) 221-6706 x4
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Patricia McMahon, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Clients who are interested in strengthening their personal, social, and work relationships find me helpful. Looking to grow psychologically and emotionally, these individuals seek to better understand how their relationship style is intertwined with their feelings, thinking, behavior, and career achievements. Depression, anxiety, anger management, and self-expression are some of the issues that we typically explore in counseling. Thus, my clients seek counseling as an important opportunity for personal growth, present with various questions and issues critical to them, and may come from any ethnicity, culture, educational level, religion, or sexual orientation.
(847) 570-0817
Chicago, Illinois 60602
North Shore Behavioral Medicine, Psychologist  in Chicago
“At some time in our life we all struggle with some sort of adversity. I believe we are not judged by adversity but how we handle it. Asking for help is not always easy but it is a sign of strength and the rewards are always worth it. Therapy is a process of self discovery that enables you to recognize unhealthy patterns of behavior and learn effective coping strategies for optimal health and well-being. I provide professional, compassionate and confidential services to individuals. My treatment is tailored to each person because no two people or their problems are exactly alike.
(847) 920-7203
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Sarah Gross Hurley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a masters level Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I specialize in adolescents and young adults with over 8 years experience doing individual and family therapy. I've facilitated groups for teens and young adults focusing on empowerment, social skill building, and coping mechanisms. I've also worked in a psychiatric hospital setting, and feel confident in my abilities to manage crisis level care. This includes, facilitating family sessions and assisting young people in using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to feel in control of their emotions. My clients value my style of providing ongoing feedback, support, and challenging negative thought patterns.
(312) 854-2079
Chicago, Illinois 60643
Caroline Moses Steelberg, Psychologist  in Chicago
“You know it is time for a change, yet remain stuck in a host of familiar patterns that seem inescapable. My goal is to help you live a more pleasurable and productive life by making good choices, developing healthy coping skills and welcoming positive new experiences. My ideal client is motivated to improve his or her life yet does not have the tools to go about it. I am committed to helping my clients develop and fine tune tools that lead to more fulfillment in life and relationships.
(773) 219-2605
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Hillary Stone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LSW
“"Here's the secret: we all have pain. Everybody has felt sadness, shame, anxiety, fear, and loss. To be human is to feel pain." -Steven Hayes. Sometimes pain can be beneficial, sending us messages to slow down and reflect. For many of us, however, we don't just experience pain - we ruminate on it, and before we know it, it is our last thought before bed and our first thought when we wake up. We end up stuck in a negative cycle that prevents us from doing things we love, taking pleasure in our relationships, or missing out on cherished opportunities.
(847) 960-3320
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Michael Purcell, Psychologist  in Chicago
“We all naturally strive towards growth, development, and wisdom. Sometimes, however, there are obstacles along the way: depression, anxiety, loss, financial strain, illness, relationship turmoil, addiction, or the impacts of prejudice and inequality. I will partner with you, get to know and understand who you are, where you come from. Together, we will explore solutions to get you back on track, to help you overcome suffering, to help you live more fully, more consciously, and more effectively.
(773) 362-5296
Chicago, Illinois 60707
Brant R Dykehouse, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I seek to understand where clients are in their lives, to address the struggles they face, and to explore their strengths and potential for lasting change. My clientele spans across race, ethnicity, culture, age, sexual orientation, and spiritual beliefs. I enjoy working with clients who are uncertain about talk therapy, or who may have had negative experiences with it.
(773) 245-1983
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Melissa J Miller, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with experience working with children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples. I use a variety of techniques to help clients discover positive ways of coping and responding to the difficulties they face. I value the psychologist-client relationship and strive to establish a connection with each client based on empathy and understanding of each individual's needs. I assist clients in developing ways to cope with life stressors and establish/maintain personal relationships. In the therapeutic process, I focus on an individual's strengths and encourage clients to use strengths to enhance their lives and attain their goals.
(773) 295-6320
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Rebecca Wolf, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PCGC
“Rebecca is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and also has a Problem and Compulsive Gambling Certification. She has comprehensive clinical experience working with adults, couples, and families on gambling addiction, anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, adjustment issues, and relationship issues. She is passionate about her work with military populations. Rebecca has worked previously in a variety of clinical settings, including an employee assistance program, a residential mental health facility, a community mental health clinic, and a school. She tends to be very direct while using a strengths-based approach with her clients guided by motivational interviewing and solution focused therapy.
(888) 608-9105
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Harry Whiteley, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I am a psychiatrist with many years experience. Early on I did eclectic psychotherapy and prescribed very few medications. Now I will use meds. with psychotherapy, when it's called for. I get great satisfaction from seeing a person's anxiety reduce, or their depression lift or self understanding grow. I am more interactive than many other M.D. therapists from what I hear. However it is essential to let people know I have understood them and am dedicated to that. My goal is help people feel better, function better and to learn skills to do their own problem solving.
(312) 698-3105
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Christine Carpenter, Psychologist  in Chicago
“With warmth, sensitivity and without judgment, I work hard to understand your unique experience. Together we can find a path to well-being and fulfillment that fits for you. I can help you find more immediate relief from symptoms that get in your way day-to-day while exploring deeper issues that may have led to your current situation. Into the traditional "talk therapy" model, I incorporate body-centered work to help you achieve deeper, experiential change that is lasting and fully integrated into your sense of self.
(773) 888-0757
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Jody Michael Associates,   in Chicago
“At Jody Michael Associates, we believe in you and your capacity to change. We make this statement with confidence because, for over 20 years, we have had the privilege of partnering with individuals who have seen their greatest goals realized.
(773) 717-2978
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Peter J Newman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Having learned many different treatment approaches in my 25-year career as a psychologist, I believe it is important to choose the right approach for each person. I am skilled in psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral therapy, and am a certified EMDR therapist. Let's work together to find out what will work for you.
(312) 245-9166
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Shivroup K. Grewal, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Understanding one's uniqueness is key, along with the critical importance of being listened to and respected for who you are. My extensive clinical background has spanned across ages, gender, racial/ethnic groups, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and presenting concerns. I tailor my approach by using an array of techniques and interventions depending on what fits and helps you as you aim towards growth, reaching your potential, and resolving any problems. My style is best described as being open-minded, empathic, and non-judgemental.
(312) 508-3970
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Deborah Haugh, Counselor  in Chicago
“I love my work! It has been a privilege to get the chance to really connect with people and get to know them--their hopes and dreams as well as the difficulties they face. For more than fifteen years I have had the opportunity to work with children, adolescents and adults who struggle with a wide range of problems.
(773) 432-7118
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Dr. Philip Welches, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I offer collaborative psychotherapy for anxiety, depression, and addiction using naturalistic research-supported approaches that enhance awareness, access strengths, and build skills. These approaches - which vary according to your individual needs and preferences - include mindfulness, depth-oriented counseling, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and biofeedback.
(312) 361-0637
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Laura M. I. Dziekiewicz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“I work best with women in their 20's and 30's who are feeling anxious, depressed, overwhelmed, hopeless/stuck as well as with individuals who are dealing with a recent break-up, are feeling unhappy or dissatisfied in their relationships, or those who are unable to keep a relationship. Because I am young, I can relate to your issues but bring the wisdom of my years in clinical practice and the understanding of the importance of mind/body approaches to healing and health. I have a special interest in the emotional treatment of gastrointestinal diseases.
(773) 231-5368
Chicago, Illinois 60657
New Hope Recovery Center, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“New Hope Recovery Center, a nurturing and safe place of healing, offers innovative holistic alcohol and drug addiction treatment focusing on the whole person: mind, body and spirit. We address the individual needs of each client and their families and treat each person with the dignity and respect they deserve. We believe the length of treatment directly impacts the chances for long-term recovery and offer a variety of levels of care to better equip an individual to create the life they desire. Our caring and experienced clinical staff provides the emotional, physical and spiritual healing necessary to identify the core issues that underlie the addiction and in turn create an extraordinary life of productive, balanced sober living.
(773) 295-7693
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Dave Berkman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“As a licensed clinical psychologist, I will work with you as an active participant in your treatment. Together, we will try to gain insight into both the overt, and at times less obvious, factors which impact your quality of life. In addition, I will try to help you learn concrete techniques to better manage problematic symptoms and dynamics.
(773) 888-0514
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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