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Grief Therapists in Chicago
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Lorene Replogle Counseling Center, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“For 36 years the staff of the Lorene Replogle Counseling Center, a mission of Fourth Presbyterian Church, has been committed to helping clients in the collaborative process of counseling. Each of our 18 counselors is dedicated to the promotion of health and wholeness in their clients. We bring wisdom from different disciplines to understand, empathize with and support individuals and couples. We hold a value of ongoing learning, growth, and transformation for ourselves and those we work with.
Grief
(312) 854-2446
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Wildflower Center for Emotional Health, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“At Wildflower, our core mission is to assist women, men and families in creating meaningful change that allows them to feel present, authentic, and connected to themselves and others. We created Wildflower Center because we believe that emotional health is not simply the absence of disease but the presence of active efforts to create balance, face difficulty, cope effectively and emerge feeling more alive and wiser. We offer a wide array of therapeutic and learning experiences to help you accomplish your goals. In our world of endless multitasking and impossible expectations, we help you slow down and find your own way.
Grief
(872) 239-3309
Chicago, Illinois 60610
C Colleen Roney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“Your gifts and strengths deserve to be honored and supported with compassion. My 17 years of experience working with women and couples has shown me that there is great benefit in harnessing these gifts and strengths to help you move toward healing, positive change and growth. I have worked extensively with many issues, including grief, loss, love, fertility, adoption, parenting, pre/post-partum, life transitions, relationships, anxiety and depression. In a safe and supportive environment, we will work collaboratively to help you navigate life's challenges, work toward increasing self-awareness and self-compassion, and develop healthier ways of coping with the challenges you face.
Grief
(773) 649-6533
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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.
Grief
(773) 770-6762
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Anna Glass, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe that the therapeutic relationship is foremost in creating a safe space for clients to explore issues, identify patterns of relating, resolve conflicts, find meaning and seek answers. I believe strongly that this relationship coupled with each client's unique history, needs and strengths will help serve as a guide to treatment. I have nearly 25 years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families.
Grief
(773) 280-8435
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Mary Andrus, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am an art therapist and psychotherapist.My work is person centered, focused on building a trusting relationship in which we navigate an understanding of your experience through dialogue and art making. I do not interpret or pathologize based on the art work that is created. I allow you to find your understanding of yourself by asking you questions in response to the work to help you know yourself deeply. No previous experience with art is necessary. It offers another avenue to explore yourself, and often through the process you may find relief and insight.
Grief
(773) 250-6175
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Suzanne Gass, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are times when life's challenges keep us from being the best we can be. It is during these times that meaningful support can help you achieve a balanced perspective and emotional well-being. With the support and gentle guidance I provide, you will gain a better understanding of yourself and your relationships. Our work together will lead to improved coping strategies and an improved outlook.
Grief
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Paul M Martin, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My style of therapy is best suited towards clients who hope to develop a meaningful therapeutic relationship that can be used to better understand and address uncomfortable feelings and problematic relational patterns. By helping clients talk about disappointing and hurtful relationships throughout their lives, I have been amazed to see how well clients can make sense of what once seemed confusing and disorienting, ultimately moving forward with greater clarity and confidance. Additionally, I have a deep respect for the healing process that ensues when people can increasingly express their feelings and thoughts free of fear, discomfort, or inhibition.
Grief
(773) 295-7682
Chicago, Illinois 60626
Jennifer Hains, Counselor  in Chicago
“I take a collaborative and strengths-based approach to working with clients, which includes a holistic view to healing and growth. Nearly twenty years of experience in Corporate Human Resources and Coaching have given me insight into working with individuals from a humanistic perspective, including mindfulness practices, to facilitate creativity and change. My clinical interests are: grief, trauma/childhood abuse, addictions, body image, life transitions, health psychology, gender and social identity development, career exploration, self-esteem, women's issues, spiritual development, and multicultural challenges. I'm interested in working with individuals, couples, and groups.
Grief
(917) 338-2791
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Mary C Pappas, Counselor  in Chicago
“Everything in life changes and we usually fight the change. Yet, in the transition of loss we can grow through the experience. I view each of you individually which allows me to know you in the context of your family of origin and major life experiences. I have guided many clients through the painful process of loss. As we go through life, we evolve and changes and there are major transition periods where the changes in Self, role relationship and psychology impel us to create new life structures and support systems. I offer supervision to licensedclinicians.
Grief
(312) 544-0979
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Lisa Schneider, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC) who has been providing counseling to individuals, couples, and families since 2000. My personal intention for working with you and all of my clients is to approach therapy from a holistic perspective. A holistic perspective looks at the mind, body, and spirit with the goal of bringing these aspects of self into harmony. My primary goal is to help you foster your own inner strength to create the life you want. You may find that the therapy process cultivates more peace in your life or changes the way you want to live.
Grief
(773) 295-7993
Chicago, Illinois 60626
Rachel E. S. Wright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Renew. Revive. Restore. The decision to begin therapy is a brave one. Embarking on a journey of healing is an investment in one's self. I seek to partner with clients on their quest to better understand themselves, their relationships and their lives. In the confines of a respectful, nurturing relationship, clients heal from their past and create a new narrative in which they can thrive.
Grief
(312) 651-6758
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Kathleen R Brennan, Counselor  in Chicago
“Everyday life stressors, trauma, losses, relationship issues and transitions can bring up issues from your past and make you wonder about what the future holds. Within a relational context, I meet clients exactly where they are in their life development and create an environment that supports walking through stress, grief, trauma, transitions and life challenges by taking an interactive, collaborative, empathic, and honest stance to help clients engage their own resources and create new ones. Wherever you are in life, I believe that you have the innate desire and ability to discover and create the life you want.
Grief
(773) 318-1535
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Melissa Grohs, Counselor  in Chicago
“It's not easy to reach out for help, it takes courage and strength to do so. We all go through difficulties in life and sometimes a little perspective and guidance is necessary to help us choose the right path. I come from the belief that we are experts of ourselves, yet sometimes we need someone to help uncover our strengths and gently guide us back to center. I work from an integrative perspective which means that I utilize a variety of orientations and therapies, based on your individual needs and/or situation.
Grief
(773) 328-8241
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Emily Heilman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“I specialize in working with individuals and couples experiencing difficulties related to depression, anxiety, relationship issues, grief/loss, life stressors, trauma, pregnancy loss, and infertility. My approach to therapy is focused on individual strengths, coping, and the importance of trust and openness in the therapeutic process. In our work together, I guide clients towards insight and the goals that each individual strives towards.
Grief
(312) 659-4718
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Meg Kelleher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As Oscar Wilde once said, "One's real life is so often the life that one does not lead." But, for you, today can be your first step on a path of growth, personal understanding and authenticity. With a background in both clinical social work and literature, I am skilled in helping you first identify and then reimagine the themes and storylines of your life. My objective is to help you rediscover your potential and lead a more satisfying, self-aware existence.
Grief
(773) 530-3754
Chicago, Illinois 60626
Susan Samuel, Psychologist  in Chicago
“"There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that's your own self." - Aldous Huxley - Therapy is one of many paths on the road to improving personal and relational growth. It is an opportunity for personal development in a safe and supportive, yet sometimes challenging environment. My primary method of treatment is in-depth exploration aimed at getting to know yourself and the ways you operate, both good and bad, in order to give you greater power in choosing the life you want. The relationship between therapist and patient is central to this approach.
Grief
(630) 599-8809
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Jessica Ransom, Psychologist  in Chicago
“It is a privilege to work with each and every client and I recognize the courage that it takes to begin therapy. Selecting the right psychologist can be difficult and I encourage you to seek out the one that feels like the best fit for your needs. I believe with the right support, each person can enhance his or her own interpersonal relationships. I practice unconditional positive regard and attempt to balance humor with the occasional, yet necessary, curse word. Psychotherapy should not be a mystery and I try to make the process as comfortable and as real as possible.
Grief
(773) 800-1510
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Lisa M. Demos, Counselor  in Chicago
“My approach to therapy is empathic, strength-based and interactive. In addition, I believe that a safe, trusting therapeutic relationship while empowering the client is imperative for change. I have been providing therapy since 2000 for adults, couples, families, and children. My main approach to therapy is to utilize cognitive behavioral theory in order to process thoughts, feelings, and beliefs that contribute to faulty thinking and behavior. The goal is to challenge these and reframe so that the client achieves their personal goals
Grief
(773) 451-8172
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Jennifer Batza, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, AM
“Modern living obscures our capacity and purpose from time to time. Work with me to improve your daily experience, enhance relationships, make or accept decisions, tolerate medical or pregnancy complications, recover from burnout, find fulfillment in parenting, adapt to a premature delivery, or weather bereavement. Use me to rediscover your capacity and find direction. Sessions can take place in a CTA/Metra convenient office, online, by phone, or walking lakeside. We can explore alternatives or complements to medication. Treatment duration varies: I help clients make critical decisions in few sessions and also welcome longer engagements.
Grief
(312) 489-5193
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Chicago, Illinois 60626
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