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Bipolar Disorder Therapists in Chicago
Manic Depression

Manya Treece, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My name is Manya, and I am trained in psychodynamic, psychoanalytic psychotherapy. My approach is to form a relationship with each person I see, taking special care to note any patterns in a person's history or present that may be holding them back or causing unnecessary pain or conflict. I take great care to notice how the past is informing the present and to provide the insight needed to develop and maintain healthy relationships, behaviors and feelings.
Bipolar Disorder
(615) 206-4132
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Manuel S Silverman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Good luck in finding your "ideal" therapist. My ideal patient is an adolescent or adult who is reluctant to be in "therapy." Perhaps there have been bad experiences in prior therapy or just plain suspicion of the value of sitting and talking to solve problems. I believe very strongly that therapy is a relationship based on trust, In the first session we will determine if this trust is present. If not, a referral is in order and I will suggest other therapists who might be a more suitable match. If you have questions, call me for a brief complimentary consultation. Again, good luck..
Bipolar Disorder
(773) 639-1307
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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.
Bipolar Disorder
(312) 360-1983
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Bradley Foster, Counselor  in Chicago
“I help you restore balance by coaching you with practical, usable tools. If you are failing to act out of resignation or fear of making the wrong move, I can help you trust yourself again. By bringing you back into balance, finding clarity, your needs, your purpose and direction in life are restored. Once your opposing forces begin moving in the same direction, you are more prepared for success and fulfillment. I am especially experienced helping bipolar clients regain their balance, using Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy.
Bipolar Disorder
(416) 927-7092
Office is near:
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Bipolar Disorder
(773) 295-2235
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Isabelle Reiniger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I help my clients lead less burdensome, more joyful, and more emotionally connected lives. Together we can: find new tools to deal with challenging situations; uncover the reasons you are feeling down and rekindle excitement in your life; break patterns of fear and develop coping mechanisms to make success possible; work through feelings of low self-esteem and build confidence; move past the obstacles that prevent you from fostering deeper connections with others; identify the causes of obsessive thinking and help transcend the problem; and beak free of destructive patterns and develop new skills to improve your life.
Bipolar Disorder
(773) 295-6803
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Melinda Dworkin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“My specialty is working with clients who may be experiencing feelings of stress, sadness, anxiety, despair, disorganization, frustration, worry, grief, and / or loss of self-esteem. The issues are often related to our life situations such as: relationships, transitions, assimilation, separation, reinvention, workplace, loss & grief, family life and or medical. The ideal client for this therapy is one who engages in therapy with an invested desire to share, learn and grow. Together we will have a commitment to communicate, explore, discover and move forward - helping you find clarity, renewal, resolution and empowerment.
Bipolar Disorder
(224) 217-9220
Office is near:
Chicago, Illinois 60626
Richelle Strauss Porapaiboon, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“Please allow me to introduce myself! My name is Dr. Richelle Strauss Porapaiboon, but patients call me Dr. Richelle or Dr. P. I am a Chicago trained Adult and Child Adolescent Psychiatrist establishing a private practice in Uptown Chicago. I specialize in psychiatric medication management of children, adolescents and young adults, but am accepting patients of all ages at this time. At Uptown Psychiatry Specialists, Inc. we strive to provide a secure environment for adults, adolescents, and children with behavioral and attention disorders.
Bipolar Disorder
(312) 948-9659
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Jonas Hart Ginsburg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC
“Jonas is devoted to empowering people towards successfully managing life's expected and unexpected challenges and transitions. The name of his practice Insight Solutions Therapy was chosen based upon the goal to support people in developing insights that lead to solutions that fit the unique needs of each person. Jonas works with diverse world populations and backgrounds.
Bipolar Disorder
(773) 966-2307
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Corinne Foster, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“Every day I get to do what I love- helping individuals, couples and families find a path to the lives they have always envisioned for themselves. My role in this process with you is to collaborate, encourage, support, challenge, validate and affirm all that comes along with doing the difficult work of self-reflection and making the willful decision to create a better life for yourself and those you love.
Bipolar Disorder
(847) 737-8574
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Dr. Mark T Sciarrino, Psychologist  in Chicago
“We are all in a perpetual state of changing and growing throughout our lives; it is my belief that we may as well pay attention and guide our growth in a purposeful way. I truly believe that psychotherapy changes lives by creating opportunities for people to become who they should have been all along. By illuminating and examining your viewpoint in a very genuine and thoughtful manner, new perspectives arise naturally through the psychotherapeutic process. It is our job in therapy to together seize upon a new understanding and incorporate it into who you are becoming.
Bipolar Disorder
(773) 801-3972
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Bethany Mitchell, Counselor  in Chicago
“I know that choosing a therapist can be challenging. In the midst of difficulties in life, it can be hard to know which therapist is right for you, but it is worth the search. The possibility for personal growth in the context of a therapeutic relationship can be an exciting venture. Those things nudging you towards therapy can vary from small reasons to more significant, complex issues. As an empathetic, genuine, and direct clinician, I can provide you with a safe environment to explore and process the nature of your struggles that may be keeping you from living your best.
Bipolar Disorder
(773) 432-4358
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Lynne Anchors Hurder LCSW CSADC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“The other day, I was chatting with someone who knew very little about psychotherapy, and she asked me if being a therapist meant I could read minds. I can't, of course, never could and most likely never will. But, as an experienced therapist, with many years of practice, training and education, I feel we develop a sort of sixth sense, if you will,using understanding of underlying issues, empathy and perceptiveness. I use these skills to help my clients see themselves, their relationships and their situations more clearly. Knowledge is power.
Bipolar Disorder
(773) 530-3789
Chicago, Illinois 60660
Cynthia L Mazura, Counselor  in Chicago
“Are you struggling with emotions, relationships, behaviors, or life circumstances that are interfering with living the life you dream of, or once had? For over 20 years, I have compassionately and effectively helped individuals and couples alleviate distress and increase self-understanding and life satisfaction. Your therapy will be tailored specifically for you as we collaborate to understand your concerns and strengths as well as plan for improving your life and relationships. My work with you will be respectful, empathic, and interactive.
Bipolar Disorder
(773) 788-6932
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Kevin J. Fleming,   in Chicago
“Customizing unique neuroscience solutions for the "executive brain", Dr. Fleming, a world class thought leader in the private mental health world of professionals, executives, and families, will design your own change plan for all at-risk/derailment concerns, covering areas like addiction/compulsive behavior, mood issues, marriage/relationship concerns, burnout/stress, and enhanced decision making technologies (neuroleadership) for work. From the latest cutting-edge neuroplasticity approaches to a "we come to you" customized program of executive-level coaching and facilitation, Dr. Kevin Fleming is a one of a kind change agent for the executive client, their marriage and family life.
Bipolar Disorder
(877) 531-0071
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Carrie Sandler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I believe that the therapy belongs foremost to the client. I join in a collaborative dialogue with my clients as an observer and interpreter. I believe the verbal sharing of experiences allows clients to hear themselves think and feel—gaining meaningful insights into who they are along the way. My goal is to create the safe and trusting relationship necessary to allow this process to unfold. There is no need to know why exactly treatment is being sought. The only need is a willingness to know the self better, and a belief that through a collaborative dialogue, change is possible.
Bipolar Disorder
(312) 970-0964
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Nitaya Chawla, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Change is never easy,but with the assistance of a therapist, you can start to learn skills to move towards your goals. Some of these skills include effective communication, mindfulness, relaxation, and changing negative thought patterns. In my work with couples, I focus on teaching communication skills and understanding underlying issues that effect the relationship.
Bipolar Disorder
(630) 796-0890
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Stephanie Saia, Counselor  in Chicago
“Ready for a change? I'm here to help. Whether you're feeling overwhelmed, stuck, or even hopeless, I believe you can have a happy, fulfilling life. Blending compassion with coaching, I teach clients to address the issues holding them back and encourage them as they work to improve their lives. Using a solution-focused approach, I'll work with you to identify barriers, set goals and take action. My goal is for you to create positive change, not to be in therapy for years. Whether you are free once a week or once a month, let's start creating the change you desire.
Bipolar Disorder
(773) 904-9255
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Michael C May, Counselor  in Chicago
“Do you feel as though your ability to live your life in a valued and meaningful way is being hampered or "put on hold" by difficult thoughts or emotions? It is no secret that the average individual will encounter any number of difficult situations or transitional periods during their life. Often, these experiences can create behavioral "fall-out" that may manifest as undesirable thoughts, detrimental self-evaluations, poor self-esteem, stress, anxiety, or depression. Psychotherapy can help clients navigate these difficult thoughts and feelings, assisting them in constructing a meaningful life that is worth living.
Bipolar Disorder
(773) 717-5116
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Colin F. Ennis, Psychologist  in Chicago
“The primary goal of therapy is to provide relief from your immediate distress while also initiating a process of self-knowledge that helps you cope with problems that arise long after therapy has ended. We do this by working together in an interactive and nonjudgmental therapeutic relationship. In our first meeting, we'll talk about what is troubling you, and I'll offer you some initial impressions about what I've heard and what our work may include. Then we will create a plan together by identifying your goals and refining them with feedback based on my professional experience.
Bipolar Disorder
(312) 725-9815
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression) Therapists
Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is a chronically recurring condition involving moods that swing between the highs of mania and the lows of depression. Depression is by far the most pervasive feature of the illness, and the manic phase is usually a mix of irritability, anger, and depression, with or without euphoria. The elation may manifest as unusual energy and overconfidence, playing out in bouts of overspending or promiscuity.

While the depression of bipolar disorder can resist treatment, mood swings and recurrences can often be delayed or prevented with a mood stabilizer, alone or combined with other drugs. Therapy is an important adjunct to drugs, especially for dealing with the work and relationship problems that can accompany the disorder.

If you're looking for help with bipolar in Chicago or for a Chicago bipolar Therapist these professionals provide bipolar therapy (and bipolar therapies), bipolar treatment and bipolar help in Chicago. They include bipolar Therapists, bipolar psychologists, bipolar psychotherapists and bipolar counselors in Chicago. They can help teen suffering from bipolar disorder. They provide Chicago bipolar counseling, bipolar support, referrals to bipolar support groups in Chicago and Chicago bipolar groups. If you're depressed in Chicago, get help from one of these bipolar specialists.

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.