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Autism Therapists in Chicago

Comprehensive Early Autism Services (CEAS),   in Chicago
“Comprehensive Early Autism Services (CEAS) mission is to serve the needs of children with developmental delays and other special populations in the Chicagoland area and also in the communities surrounding Detroit and Ann Arbor.
(708) 443-4248
Chicago, Illinois 60657
“I am an experienced Pediatric OT, Mother of 5, and a thought leader in the pediatric therapy industry (see website and blogs We serve all Chicagoland children and families with any special needs including behaviors, learning dis, motor skills, speech and language skills, sensory, attention, coordination, social skills, reading, diet, social /emotional, therapy, support for autism ABA, evaluation and testing. We truly look at the whole child and address all family and child issues in one place. We have a team that can help at home and at school also.
(847) 979-4928
Office is near:
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Institute for Therapy through the Arts, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“The Institute for Therapy through the Arts empowers and energizes individuals, families and communities to grow and heal by engaging in creative arts therapies. Founded in 1975, the Institute for Therapy through the Arts (ITA) is one of the few comprehensive community-based arts therapy programs in the United States to offer all four creative arts treatment modalities - Music Therapy, Drama Therapy, Art Therapy, and Dance/Movement Therapy.
(847) 807-3877 x590
We serve:
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Allison Lobel, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I appreciate the long and difficult journey one can sometimes experience prior to making the decision to seek out the support of a therapist. Therapy can offer a hopeful means of prevention and intervention and facilitate a healthy way of responding to challenging behaviors and complex developmental issues. With specialized training working with children, adolescents, and families, I am committed to collaborating with you throughout the therapy process in order to work towards the desired progress and growth for you and your family.
(773) 309-4696 x04
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Antoinette M Dezzutti, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Many children have difficulty as they grow and develop, and some really struggle with strong emotions and behaviors. While this can be overwhelming for a child, it can also be challenging for a parent. I strive to provide the support and guidance needed for both parents and children. I strongly believe that a parent plays a crucial role in a child's development, and can be instrumental in the therapeutic process. You, the parent, are the expert on knowing your child best!
(773) 295-7871
Chicago, Illinois 60607
Carol Yoken, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Psychotherapy is both art and science. I am a very experienced psychologist, with many years of treating clients, training and advising other mental health professionals, and directing counseling services at universities. I bring caring, savvy, and dedication to my work.
(773) 770-6758
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Mihaela Bernard, Counselor  in Chicago
“Are you looking for a competent, accepting and genuine therapist for yourself or your child? Do you or your family need support in your relationships? Is your kid struggling at school or at home? My name is Mihaela Bernard but most clients call me Misha. I specialize in counseling children, adolescents and adults individually or as a family. In my practice, I will use the trusting relationship I build with you and/or your child to help you modify the way in which you relate to others and to improve the quality of your relationships.
(773) 309-4605
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Matthew Shaffer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice welcomes children (age 9 & up), adolescents, and adults to explore life issues and challenges, as well as existing strengths and assets, in a supportive & safe environment. Developing trust and building a positive relationship serves as a starting point; I then help my clients increase their capacity to ask themselves questions, challenge previous assumptions and patterns, understand their family/social environment and try out new thoughts and actions. Together, we walk the path of progress and change, taking steps towards becoming the best possible version of ourselves, as often as we can.
(847) 562-5916
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Yehuda Smolarcik, Psychologist  in Chicago
“For many people, therapy can be a deeply rewarding and transformational process. We all have our own fears, doubts, insecurities and patterns of self-defeating behaviors which hold us back from living up to our fullest potential. Through the creation of an accepting, respectful and collaborative relationship, I work with adults, children and adolescents to help them realize how to become the best version of themselves, with the ultimate goal of living happier, healthier and more successful lives.
(847) 462-4269
Chicago, Illinois 60637
Katie Blehart  in Chicago
“As as a therapist, I work to build a genuine relationship, create a safe space for discovery, and work to better understand each client. This allows the client to safely explore together as you begin to see yourself with greater clarity, depth, and honesty. I believe good, effective therapy will likely not happen overnight. I believe that trust, honesty, and humor are invaluable to a therapeutic relationship. I believe that laughter and tears are equally powerful but that therapeutic change is measured in neither. I believe that each client I have worked with has impacted me for the better.
(312) 625-1676
Chicago, Illinois 60605
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
David L. Goldberg, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I am a therapist that strives to achieve a balance in the treatment relationship that best promotes healing. I recognize the innate tendency towards health and growth while I am alert to the effects of genes and life stress/trauma on all of us. I work with a variety of age groups and individuals from diverse backgrounds. I provide individual psychotherapy as well as medication evaluation and management when it is indicated. I invest the time to get to know people and understand the context of their problems and strengths.
(773) 717-2994
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Erin Johnston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I use a collaborative model, where sessions feel like two people having a conversation in my living room, versus a stereotypical doctor/patient interaction. I don't view your issues as coming from an abnormal psychopathology, but instead as a reaction to living in a stressful, complex, and contradictory world. I seek to understand your issues in the context of your unique experience rather than viewing you as having something wrong or being broken. My focus is on what you need from me....I take my lead from you.
(312) 513-3746
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Kelley Oldham, Counselor  in Chicago
“Finding a therapist from a few lines can be difficult-I have struggled with it myself. I think the most important part is a connection with your therapist, that is why the first meeting is so important and why I keep it complimentary for you. It takes off some of the pressure and helps you decide if it's something you want to pursue. Many of us are intimidated by the idea of an hour spent talking about ourselves. A famous therapist said it best: "One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful."
(312) 548-7688
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Heather L McRoberts, Psychologist  in Chicago
“If you are struggling with feeling overwhelmed, anxious, depressed or experiencing increased life stressors due to work, family or other responsibilities, psychotherapy can help. Strengthening your interpersonal, behavioral and relational strategies will bring you relief. Together, we will explore how the complex patterns of your experiences are affecting your current life challenges, emotions, and behaviors. Whether working with children, adolescents, teens or adults, my approach is to be compassionate and attuned to your unique set of needs, providing a space for you to feel understood, appreciated and learn self-acceptance, ultimately achieving more effective strategies for dealing with life's stressors.
(773) 888-4771
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Smart Love Family Services, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I lead a team of experienced therapists who provide a supportive relationship based psychotherapy called Inner Humanism (IH). IH recognizes that all people are born with an innate potential to be happy, to feel good about themselves, and to experience close relationships. However, many people may find that they are not as happy as they want to be. We offer people hope that they can create the kind of life that they want for themselves. With IH counseling, people learn to turn away from self-sabotaging behaviors and inner unhappiness, and turn to selfcaretaking choices for a more fulfilling life.
(773) 328-8739 x4
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Tyler Fortman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Dr. Fortman serves as clinical faculty at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, staff psychologist at the Center on Halsted, and private practitioner/owner of Tandem Psychology. As a member of the Sexual Orientation and Gender Institute (SOGI), he provides supervision to graduate students. He trained at The Ohio State University, University of Virginia, and Sarah Lawrence College and has worked in hospitals, college counseling centers, public schools, and community mental health centers. Dr. Fortman is experienced in helping people who are struggling with relationship difficulties, anxiety & depression, low self esteem, LGBT related issues, grief, abuse & neglect, and trauma.
(312) 828-9420
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Russell Leander, Counselor  in Chicago
“My approach can be described as personal, practical and positive. For nearly twenty-five years as a clinician and educator I have enjoyed working with clients across the lifespan from hospitalized toddlers to seniors in home hospice. I've assisted individuals challenged by both developmental delays and chronic mental illness as well as teens who are struggling to find their place in a high tech world. Eight years on an inpatient AIDS unit at the height of the 90's crisis taught me the need for creativity in developing care plans for those facing seemingly impossible odds.
(773) 966-2572
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Michael J. Kristovic, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“Through therapy we can break troubling patterns of thoughts and behaviors, move toward more fulfilling relationships, strengthen our capacity to cope with suffering, and identify and draw upon deep well-springs of hope and strength in order to live life fully. I believe that a strong, trusting, empathic, and collaborative alliance is at the core of a successful therapeutic experience and that this relationship is the key to effective treatment. I employ a variety of therapeutic techniques grounded in cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and family systems orientations, and in a manner that is developmentally appropriate for where you are in life.
(312) 428-4581
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Amer Smajkic M.D., Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“Since 1995, Dr. Amer Smajkic has been practicing Psychiatry in the Chicago area. As a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Dr Smajkic is applying his knowledge and skills as a Psycho-pharmacologist, Behaviorist and Cognitive Behavioral therapist. The focus of his care are ADHD disorders, Learning disorders, Developmental disorders, Mood disorders and Anxiety disorders.
(312) 697-1173
Chicago, Illinois 60611

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Autism Therapists
If you're looking for help with autism in Chicago or for a Chicago autism Therapist these professionals provide autism help, autism therapy, autism counseling, autism treatment and therapy for autism. They include autism Therapists, autism psychologists, autism psychotherapists and autism counselors. A Therapist can help with diagnosis on the autism spectrum or aspergers in Chicago. The professionals work with autism in children or children with autism, autism in adolescents or adolescents with autism and autism in adults or adults with autism.

Chicago Therapists work with autism behaviors in Chicago and autism disorder and follow autism research. These professionals can provide autism support or connect you to an autism network or support group or to autism training. Finally, Therapists provide support for parents of autistic children in Chicago or autistic kids and direct you to local autism resources.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Chicago have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Chicago you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Chicago and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Chicago or family therapy in Chicago.