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Relationship Issues Therapists in Chicago

Ron Pajak, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is a resource. Everyone needs support at various times in his or her life. Stresses related to your relationships, your work and your family sometimes present challenges, during which a non-judgmental, confidential space to talk can help. Telling your own unique story is a method of self-exploration and a means to identify your patterns of thought, behavior and emotions. Then together we discover the obstacles to achieving your immediate or long-term goals. Finally, we explore how you can remove these obstacles so you can lead a happier, more authentic life.
Relationship Issues
(312) 257-3618
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Robert Aber, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Effective psychotherapy helps people make meaningful changes that improve their lives. A good therapist should, first and foremost, be able to help you reduce the immediate distress that has pushed you to look for treatment. Once that initial relief is accomplished, the way is then cleared to focus on the bigger-picture of your life: your beliefs and feelings about yourself and others, your interpersonal style, the usual ways in which you protect yourself from getting hurt, the influence of your childhood experiences, and many other factors, all with the aim of facilitating lasting improvements in quality of life.
Relationship Issues
(312) 855-0310
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Judith A Zink, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe that you and I are born with the propensity to grow. I also believe that this "leaning toward" growth can be impeded by issues such as past wounds or trauma, low self-esteem, worry, sadness, grief and loss or just feeling stuck. I have skills in creating a safe space where adults can address the issues that hold them back. I provide reflection, support and encouragement on this path to healing, and draw from my professional, educational and life experience to help you discover what impedes growth and how to create new ways of living.
Relationship Issues
(312) 756-0529
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Mickey Rotenberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, msw, lcsw
“I have over 20 year of professional counseling experience. I focus on identifying clearly achieveable goals that can reduce feelings of depression, increase self esteem, improve communication and assertiveness skills and resolve interpersonal conflicts. Fifty percent of my clientele are couples working on improving communication, reducing conflict and managing difficult emotions like anger and mistrust.
Relationship Issues
(312) 548-7875
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Eleanor B Coe, Psy.D., Psychologist  in Chicago
“I provide a warm and caring environment where we can work together to understand the relationship between your past experiences and current difficulties. Our goal is to address whatever challenges bring you to treatment so you can move forward in a positive and productive manner with new insights and coping skills.
Relationship Issues
(312) 725-9000
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Jaime Bronstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My special areas of focus include: relationship issues, self-development, family issues, anxiety and depression, increasing self-esteem and social anxiety. I have completed training in both cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic theories. I am a strong believer and motivator in encouraging positive change. My passion for helping people improve their lives, coupled with my compassion, understanding, and non-judgement, ends up resulting in successful therapy. I believe in the "here and now." There is no better time to change than today. Life is too short to be unhappy, frustrated, discouraged, and unsettled.
Relationship Issues
(312) 715-8947
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Margo Murvay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Starting therapy is never easy, but each of us have times in our lives when it's important to use a therapeutic relationship for support. Most of my clients enter treatment because they are experiencing anxiety or depression, they are feeling unfulfilled, isolated or disconneted from themselves and others. With the support of therapy, most people are able to feel more connected to others, understand themselves on a deeper level and begin to live the life they want.
Relationship Issues
(773) 599-2994
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Michele M Martin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, PhD
“A large part of my practice is working with couples on communication, recognizing unmet needs, and parenting issues. Couples in "crisis" and contemplating divorce tend to come into therapy. I also see remarried couples in blended families who are struggling with not "failing" in their next relationship and need help integrating with stepchildren. Another part of my practice is individuals experiencing anxiety and depression especially during life transitions. I have worked extensively with twenty and thirty somethings on relationships, career and separting from family.
Relationship Issues
(847) 416-0909
Chicago, Illinois 60602
John Rolfe Stutesman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Is it difficult for you to sustain well being, change self defeating patterns, or avoid unhealthy relationships? These forms of unhappiness deprive an individual of satisfying relationships, career goals and self contentment. It is my view, that therapy can effectively bring new levels of satisfaction and happiness into relationships and personal life. My goal is to work collaboratively with a client to thoughtfully address their concerns and difficulties and to help them attain a happy, healthy and fulfilling life.
Relationship Issues
(312) 715-8982
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Stephanie Fariss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DiplAP, LCSW, CGP, JD
“I believe psychotherapy offers a process for learning how to deal with both internal and external disasters, teaching us how to grow in response to the symptoms of anxiety and despair, and discover wholeness and meaning in the process of healing. I am continually amazed at the significant capacity for growth that people exhibit, how lives may be transformed within the therapeutic relationship. It may mean that you begin to feel "seen" for the first time, that you begin to feel more solid as a person, able to discover new potentials and make healthier and more meaningful connections with others.
Relationship Issues
(312) 789-5433
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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.
Relationship Issues
(773) 599-0980
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Courtney Burtscher, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Therapy is about creating a space where you can focus on your own needs. It is one way that you can work to gain insight, practice caring for yourself and produce meaningful change. Whatever the reason for you coming to therapy, I hope to help by providing collaboration, direct feedback and a safe environment. Early morning, afternoon and evening appointments are available for your scheduling convenience.
Relationship Issues
(773) 922-6978
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Lizanne Phalen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I am a highly trained licensed clinical social worker with 15+ years of psychotherapeutic experience. Mine is a tailored, eclectic approach, utilizing techniques from psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral and systems modalities. My style is flexible so that I might better suit the individualized needs of families, parents, couples, and individuals seeking my help.
Relationship Issues
(773) 831-4171
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Rae E Rich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Therapy provides a unique opportunity to get to know yourself (and/or your partner) at a deeper level, and to overcome obstacles that prevent you from enjoying life more fully. My goal is to provide the safety and "mirror" through which clients can see themselves more clearly, increase self-acceptance, and become empowered to make positive changes. Through a non-judgmental and interactive approach, I offer support and insight while simultaneously encouraging clients to take the next step toward self-discovery and personal growth.
Relationship Issues
(847) 737-3144
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Mark T. Hicks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, ACSW, LCSW
“A very caring therapist with many years of individual, couple and family therapy experience. Have worked successfully with very difficult emotional, cognitive and behavioral clients and cases, including: adolescent problem behaviors, couple and family dysfunction, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, personality disorders, gender identity, HIV/AIDS related issues and gerontologically related issues. Ability to help individuals, couples, families identify and correct problem thoughts, behaviors, communications through strong emotional guidance and support to help them make their own ways independently. Many years experience as personal coach and counselor. I also have offices in Evanston and South Holland.
Relationship Issues
(773) 219-2935
Chicago, Illinois 60625
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.
Relationship Issues
(773) 672-3940
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Anne Harlan Strohm, Psychologist  in Chicago
“A positive, trusting relationship is the foundation of effective therapy. My goal is to help you discover your strengths, cope with stress, improve relationships, heal past trauma, and attain a happier, more fulfilled life. As a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience, I am dedicated to offering compassionate, solution-focused therapy, and helping you make positive, lasting life changes. I have been privileged to help individuals, couples, and families to resolve a range of problems including depression, anxiety, relationship and career problems, parenting and other family issues, grief and loss,substance abuse, and the effects of sexual abuse and other traumas.
Relationship Issues
(708) 406-7958
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Josh Singh, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My name is Josh Singh and I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 13 years of experience. I work with individuals, couples, groups, and families at my practice in Hyde Park and work part time at the University of Chicago. I earned my PhD from DePaul University. I also completed training programs at University of Southern California and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. I meet with 10-15 clients per week and currently have openings. I enjoy working with people from all backgrounds, both those similar and those different from myself.
Relationship Issues
(773) 966-0303
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Mel Kimmel, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe it is very important to involve the clients in each phase of counseling. I work together with individuals, couples and families on a wide variety of emotional and adjustment issues to tailor treatment approaches that best meet their needs and to reach the following goals: - Increase their understanding about issues related to their concerns; - Identify changes or goals they want to work towards; - Explore options to address their concerns; - Learn and implement helpful strategies and skills; - Make lasting improvements
Relationship Issues
(603) 483-3760
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Francesco Belviso, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I offer engaged, nonjudgmental psychotherapy on relationship issues, work and school performance, and stress management. I specialize in working with young professionals as they navigate increasing responsibilities at work, while also managing life transitions such as dating, marriage, parenthood, and losses. Many of my clients describe feeling stressed, anxious, overwhelmed, or depressed. I integrate current research and traditional approaches: many benefit by learning skills for emotional regulation and interpersonal effectiveness, based on cognitive and mindfulness-meditation approaches; others explore bigger-picture issues related to values and sense of purpose.
Relationship Issues
(773) 530-2633
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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