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Therapists in Chicago

Joanne Marengo, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I work with individuals and couples who feel anxious, sad, or who are having difficulty with aspects of their relationships, work, creativity, or their physical well-being. I have worked extensively with individuals of diverse ages and backgrounds, and with young adult, adult, and older adult men and women whose concerns surround issues of identity, grief/loss, low self-confidence, and painful inhibitions in success or fulfillment. I also work with individuals who are struggling with the effects of medical illness.
(312) 548-9331
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Lyssa Menard, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Change is both invigorating and challenging. Having a warm but resourceful guide through this process is invaluable. I customize treatment for depression, anxiety, weight loss, binge eating and other compulsive behaviors, interpersonal problems, and wellness issues based on your unique needs. Often, that includes a focus on stress management and building a healthy lifestyle (weight management, exercise, smoking cessation, etc.). If you are ready to make changes in your life and would like an expert in change to assist you - a guide, collaborator, confidante, and (sometimes) even a confronter, we will make a great team.
(312) 756-7153
Chicago, Illinois 60611
1525 East 53rd Street, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“For nearly three decades, I have been working with in the metropolitan Chicago area helping to build on the strengths of individuals, families and communities. I have many skills and talents in direct service and executive leaderships roles in the non-profit arena. I have managed community mental health centers, residential treatment facilities, and drop-in youth centers. I work to help individuals to identify unhealthy patterns and cycles; and I assist individuals/families with developing new skills to make discovery that lead to positive life changes.
(773) 649-4122
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Jonathan Speigel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I work with people who are experiencing difficulties with one or more of the following issues; anxiety, depression,work issues, unfulfilling relationships, troubling behaviors. We will work together to help them understand more fully the nature of their issues.This allows them to better address what is or is not working in their lives and and make more informed decisions about which aspects of their lives need to change and how to do so.
(312) 380-0958
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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
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, Psychologist  in Chicago
“ was created to help weight loss surgery patients fulfill a pre-surgical psychological assessment needed to get approved for surgery. We know patients want to lose weight and their decision to pursue weight loss surgery should have an easier process. Insurance companies require psychological clearance for approval for weight loss surgery. It doesn't need to be a difficult process. Making it easier helps patients prepare patients mentally for the challenges ahead and potential barriers. Patients love our flexible hours and convenient scheduling that include nights and weekends. Success with Weight Loss Surgery starts in the mind.
(855) 957-3825
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Marilyn Stuckey, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Just as our immune system is designed to protect our physical health, our mind is designed to cope with stress and protect our mental health. But when life’s pressures becomes too great, we may develop negative patterns of thought or behavior that causes us even further distress. To help my clients heal from emotional wounds and develop better coping strategies, I use cognitive-behavioral techniques, psychodynamic exploration, and EMDR, in an atmosphere of non-judgmental support. With increased self-awareness and support for positive risk-taking, clients are empowered to live life more joyfully.
(773) 280-8350
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Ninfa A. Martinez, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LCPC
“I have extensive experience working with children, families, couples, individuals, and groups for more than nineteen years. I have ample experience working with cultural issues, immigrant families, and bi- or multiracial couples. I work continually with issues such as: depression, anxiety, and relational issues ( couples, problems between mother and children, siblings, father and children, etc.) For years, I have been working with children who have suffered traumatic events and their families. I am a consultant to social service agencies, train domestic violence counselors, and supervise Marriage and Family Therapy students.
(773) 717-2970
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Lisa Katona, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CST
“Do you want a safe space to explore challenges that surface in your life? Do you need a safe space to explore challenges that surface in your sex life? I am an engaged and empathic therapist who works to ensure that your experience is one free of judgment or criticism. Through the therapeutic process I hope to help you achieve your goals by offering an affirming space where you can determine what you really want for yourself. Over time, I can help you develop the tools to get there.
(773) 756-5655
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Angeline Groves, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Healing is possible, even after the most difficult experiences. If you're feeling overwhelmed or confused by what you're going through, you don't have to struggle alone. By using a mixture of creativity, humor and compassion, I can work with you to discover and change patterns that aren't working, tap into your strengths and, most importantly, feel safe on your journey of healing.
(773) 360-5445
Chicago, Illinois 60660
Christopher D Raley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“Struggling with things that others seem to overcome easily? Anxious? Depressed? Battling abuse of substances? Grieving a loss? Searching for a change? Experiencing a difficult adjustment, or accepting yourself as a whole person? Your search for a therapist is a wonderful first step and an indication that you are ready to begin a different journey. I have over 7 years of working with individuals from various socioeconomic, ethnic, and racial backgrounds. I have 2 years experience working with gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning clients who struggle with HIV maintenance, mental health concerns and various other issues.
(312) 756-0625
Chicago, Illinois 60660
Nichole Aumann, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Perhaps you are here because you are finding that your life is not feeling as fullfilled as you would like it to be. You may also be experiencing conflicts or loss in family, career, and personal areas of your life. I can offer you an opportunity to gain a better understanding of what is happening that prevents you from reaching your goals. Together we can discover new ways to acheive what you are looking for out of life. My approach is compassionate and empathic, yet focused and direct, in order to help you meet your needs.
(773) 717-2957
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Rebecca Lotsoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have a warm, accepting, supportive and understanding style. I believe that it is possible for any of us to get "stuck" in a thought or behavior that does not always suit our best interest. Together we can discover what these are for you, (your relationship, your work life, etc.) and work on ways of approaching and viewing things differently.
(773) 312-4663
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Amanda M. Rios, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“Dr. Rios works with a broad spectrum of clients and has experiences in working with clients with a range of problems including: depression, anxiety, trauma, school problems, and relationship difficulties. Dr. Rios specializes in individual, couples and family therapy with children, adolescents, and adults of diverse backgrounds. She enjoys learning and understanding the unique elements that all of her clients bring with them in therapy. Dr. Rios values her relationships with her clients and sees the therapy relationship as one of mutual respect and trust.
(312) 470-4302 x4001
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Kelley Oldham, Counselor  in Chicago
“Finding a therapist from a few lines can be so difficult-I have struggled with it myself. I practice from the point of view that we all have a story to tell, and that each one is important. Therapy is a courageous and often rewarding step. Many of us are intimidated by the idea of an hour spent "working" on ourselves; however, the time spent reflecting on our past can greatly affect our future. Freud said it best: "One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful."
(312) 548-7688
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Sheila N Nissim, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy improves relationships and helps people experience more freedom, fulfillment and joy. My work is to partner with clients to address their particular concerns and hopes for therapy. Many adults go through periods of mild to extreme anxiety, depression, phobias, relationship issues, low self esteem, body image problems, unmet goals, procrastination and career dissatisfaction. In addition to experiencing ongoing issues, we all struggle during major life transitions like the loss of a loved one, a move, the birth of a child, starting or ending a relationship. In a free phone consultation, we can discuss your concerns and goals for therapy.
(773) 219-3711
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Alexandra Novakovic, Psychologist  in Chicago
“In my practice, I believe in providing a genuine and respectful atmosphere where clients can safely express their feelings and discuss life experiences. I recognize the courage it takes to share personal concerns, and I strive to make sure that clients feel comfortable being themselves when they are with me.
(312) 651-6860
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Jose M. Viruet, Counselor  in Chicago
“Are you struggling to manage your anxiety, depression, substance abuse, grief, anger or relationships? If so, my goal is to equip you with the skills to improve and overcome those difficulties. I will also guide you in the discovery of a more meaningful, productive, and positive life. I will provide a safe, secure and non-judgmental atmosphere.
(773) 245-2772
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Kelly Berkheimer, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Most people who come to therapy are looking to make a change for the better in their lives. My patients have found that the therapy relationship is a powerful and profound forum for understanding themselves and their experiences more deeply, and that this leads to making positive changes that last. Whether you are struggling with making a relationship work, dealing with the effects of depression or anxiety, or overwhelmed trying to navigate the "real world" after leaving school, we can work together to find your most fulfilling path. I work in a group of like-minded therapists who share my vision for helping others.
(312) 380-0750 x2
Chicago, Illinois 60603
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