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Therapists in Chicago

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
Lana Friedman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I have over 20 years of experience working with people who suffer with addictions, anxiety, depression, relationship issues and issues of co-dependence. First, I think it is important to establish a connection. That connection is not one sided, but is something felt by both of us. Once connected, we can work together to understand the meaning behind your symptoms such as depression, loss of sleep, over eating,over spending, anger or feelings of worthlessness. What every they are, your symptoms are alarms telling you that some thing is wrong in your life.
(773) 663-4916
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Eleanor D Laser, Counselor  in Chicago
“Eleanor Laser, PhD, is a clinical psychologist with extensive experience in using hypnosis for medical procedures, and hypnosis-assisted childbirth to ensure healthy patient outcomes. Your brain is a computer that no one can build. Through hypnosis you can shift and delete old messages and old programmed behaviors. You can replace them with new actions and quality changes. I work with hypnosis to relieve sugar addiction via the sweet tooth extraction. Further help is conquered via the hypnotic gastric band, no surgery.
(773) 599-0982
Chicago, Illinois 60611
“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
Donna Teti, Psychologist  in Chicago
“In searching for a psychotherapist, it is likely that you have a specific problem in mind. When these problems intensify or linger for long periods of time, they can lead to symptoms of anxiety and/or depression which interfere with your quality of life and sense of well-being. If you are seeking help in overcoming these difficulties, there are two important factors to consider when choosing a therapist. First, it is important that, after a few visits with the therapist, you feel that there is potential to form a strong working alliance.
(773) 231-5207
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Courtney Emery, Counselor  in Chicago
“Courtney is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. She earned a MA in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University in 2008. She has extensive experience working with individuals coping with severe and persistent mental illness, depression and anxiety. She is interested in the needs of women and LGBTQ people throughout the adult life course. She is highly collaborative and strengths based in her therapeutic approach. Courtney also brings extensive experience providing clinical supervision to graduate students and new professionals. She is presently a co-investigator on a study of alternative environments for crisis intervention sponsored by DePaul University.
(312) 360-1983
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Casey C Burden, Counselor  in Chicago
“Many people come to therapy not knowing exactly what brought them there. The common denominator I have found, however, is that every individual who I work with knows within him or her that something is missing. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I aim to support you through the process of living a life that is more fulfilling.
(847) 350-8603
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Erin Alexander, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I feel that much of the work of psychotherapy takes place in the context of the relationship. To that end, I endeavor to create a safe and supportive environment within which a productive working relationship can develop. In this relationship, clients can expect a balance of empathy, respect, and gentle encouragement to do the very difficult work of healing, personal change, and growth. This approach to therapy has enabled me to work successfully with a diverse group of individuals with an array of clinical presentations.
(773) 432-8630
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Kathryn A Moon, Counselor  in Chicago
“My psychotherapy work is guided by my abiding respect for the essential person and the diversity of human experience. I am very confident in our potential to grow, change and thrive. My clients tend to flourish within a collaborative relationship characterized by trust and understanding.
(773) 717-2946
Chicago, Illinois 60637
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
Bari Sturman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and have been providing individual, couples, family and group counseling services in a variety of settings for over 13 years. I truly believe in the power of the therapeutic process working together to identify personal challenges and develop healthy solutions that utilize individual strengths. Whether a client presents issues relating to chronic mental health, stage of life changes, relationship conflicts or simply to maintain mental wellness, therapy is a supportive environment that facilitates personal growth.
(305) 600-5497
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Alina S Viola, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe that the therapy relationship can help you grow, heal, and cope with the unavoidable challenges of life. How our relationship develops will depend on the unique needs you bring. My role as a therapist is to work with you to understand these needs and to respond to them. While we will address the immediate reasons that bring you to therapy, our work may also involve delving beyond the immediate pain to explore the underlying themes, to help you find new ways of relating to yourself and others.
(773) 672-3940
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Mark Milazzo, Counselor  in Chicago
“My goal as a therapist is to put you back in touch with your own unique voice and sense of self that allows you to thrive. I use a psychodynamic, existential approach to find solutions to the unique challenges your life contains. Through building on open and honest relationship, we will explore effective coping tools and new ways to look at persistent issues that effect you.
(847) 802-8543
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Paul J Detaege, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy does not need to be stressful or scary. In our sessions, we will discuss and explore the areas of your life that are most troubling to you. Whether your are experiencing symptoms of anxiety, depression, or mood issues, there are coping strategies that you can learn in time. Please call to arrange a free 30 minute meeting.
(773) 280-8254
Chicago, Illinois 60640
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
Matthew Cramer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“My name is Matt Cramer and I'm a therapist and addictions counselor. Congratulations on your decision to seek therapy. During our first session we'll complete an assessment so I can understand what you need help with. In follow up sessions we'll work on finding solutions. Length of treatment varies from person to person. I work with adults who struggle with depression, anxiety or shyness or just too much stress. I also help people with relationship issues or who are unhappy in their careers. I look forward to meeting you!
(773) 328-8720
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Vanessa Bradden, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over a decade of experience working with individuals, couples and families facing the challenges life presents when dealing with change and transition. Psychotherapy offers a safe place to explore difficult emotions, gain new perspective and heal from painful losses. My approach combines elements of cognitive and dialectical therapy, family systems theory, narrative therapy and psychodynamics. I place great emphasis on the therapeutic relationship with my clients and believe that the right personal "fit" is crucial to a successful therapeutic relationship and, in turn, to facilitating greater self-awareness and personal growth.
(773) 770-6762
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Karrie Kindl-Valdez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MEd
“My practice is multicultural, multilingual (Japanese, Spanish, and English), and multidisciplinary (as a former teacher). My approach is flexible and practical. I work with clients to identify major issues and develop treatment goals. Clients are empowered through access to reliable psycho-educational tools and materials to better prepare them to advocate for themselves and others. We then work together to (1) develop individual coping skills, and (2) cultivate social/environmental supports (e.g., linkage to support groups, strengthening of community or family ties). My goal is to enable clients to resolve issues/manage symptoms independently (without professional help) in future.
(847) 920-7849
Chicago, Illinois 60626
Jared Treiber, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I work hard to help my patients achieve their personal and professional goals in life. I treat Adults, Young Adults, Teenagers, and Tweens to resolve their issues from depression and anxiety, to relationship problems and trauma. In addition to helping you resolve your immediate problems, our work together will provide you with an overall understanding of why it occurred and develop a lasting emotional and behavioral change.
(312) 818-5473
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Michael Pentangelo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Difficulty managing stress and anxiety is often overwhelming and may lead to health issues, decreased productivity, conflict in relationships, and an overall poor quality of life. Anxiety, poor stress coping, depression, anger and other difficulties can be rooted in a myriad of complex biological, physiological, and situational causes. Together we can explore the root of your presenting difficulty as a platform for change. My goal is to assist you in developing your own self-awareness and from there, guide you in organizing your thoughts, actions, and goals towards a healthier and happier way of life.
(312) 267-1161
Chicago, Illinois 60613
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