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Depression Therapists in Chicago

Daniel C Maloney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Clients reach out for help for a variety of reasons: they may feel the loss of a relationship, be struggling with communication with their family or significant other, believe they are under-performing at work, feel depressed, anxious, "down in the dumps," lack self-confidence or may struggle with substance abuse or gambling. Some clients come to me completely new to therapy, others have explored and worked on themselves for years, but seek a new perspective. I draw on a variety of theoretical approaches to understand a person and explore their perspectives on their life and their issues.
Depression
(773) 456-8411
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Shoshana Kahn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Life can be very challenging. Because I have 27 years of experience, I help you get to your major issues relatively quickly and start your journey of healing right away. I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults who suffer anxiety and depression due to ordinary life experiences such as work, school or parenting. I also work with challenging issues such as familial relationships, loss, death, grief, divorce, commitment difficulties, loneliness. I work with anxiety disorders such as PTSD, shortness of breath, difficulty sleeping, concentrating, focusing, ADD, ADHD, eating disorders, cutting, isolation.
Depression
(773) 358-1037
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Marlyn Grossman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“For more than 30 years, I've offered clients the safety and respect they need to be able to embark on the healing journey. Together, we look at the experiences which still get in the way of their full success and joy in life; and, often with the aid of EMDR, TAT, or other energy-based, rapid emotional processing methods, we dissolve the barriers to the changes they have longed for but were never able to achieve before. I've helped people through difficulties stemming from all kinds of abuse, trauma, depression, and most everything else. There is hope--therapy really works.
Depression
(773) 683-1078
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Donna Teti, Psychologist  in Chicago
“In searching for a psychotherapist, it is likely that you have a specific problem in mind. When these problems intensify or linger for long periods of time, they can lead to symptoms of anxiety and/or depression which interfere with your quality of life and sense of well-being. If you are seeking help in overcoming these difficulties, there are two important factors to consider when choosing a therapist. First, it is important that, after a few visits with the therapist, you feel that there is potential to form a strong working alliance.
Depression
(773) 231-5207
Chicago, Illinois 60602
“Most people who seek psychotherapy feel stuck. Psychotherapy is an emotional learning process which takes place between a therapist and a client. Within this joint endeavor, the therapist's role is to actively listen and offer interpretations/suggestions. The client's role is to be as open as possible about his/her feelings and life situation and to engage with the therapist in a productive dialog. The mutual goal is to facilitate the individual's self knowledge and arrive at a new understanding about the presenting problem, thereby freeing up the person to resolve the difficulty and become happier.
Depression
(773) 757-6493
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Fred Waltzer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Change is possible! By focusing on strengths and past accomplishments you harness the energy to make change a reality. Working together I will help you identify the positive attributes which contribute to your uniqueness. My success in helping others is based on mobilizing strengths rather than focusing on problems. As a highly experienced professional I am convinced that we all have the potential to make desired changes.
Depression
(773) 451-8023
Chicago, Illinois 60645
Claudio Altman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a bilingual psychologist originally from South America. I provide therapy in Spanish and English, and have worked extensively with clients of Latin descent throughout the various Chicago neighborhoods. I specialize in treating adults with mood disorders/depression, posttraumatic stress/trauma, anxiety disorders, life transitions, male depression, issues related to loss and grief, and parenting training. My approach to therapy is highly empathic and is based on care and respect. I strongly believe in establishing a relationship of equals and mutual respect between therapist and client; one that leads to a guided journey of self-discovery.
Depression
(773) 362-4320
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Sharon Risch, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Choosing to pursue therapy is a difficult decision but one that can offer great benefit. I work primarily with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, and problems in their interpersonal relationships. Often clients I work with report feeling "stuck" in their lives. My approach is practical and present-focused yet grounded in the an understanding of the ways our past experiences may have contributed to our present difficulties. I help patients explore and work through what gets in the way of them leading a meaningful, satisfying life. I also work with couples having difficulty with communication and intimacy.
Depression
(312) 647-2523
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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.
Depression
(312) 651-6860
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Cheryl O'Toole, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Life can be challenging. I believe psychotherapy with a therapist who is a good match can help one to more successfully navigate those challenges. I work collaboratively with my clients. I aim to create a nonjudgmental and supportive environment to explore difficult issues together -- to better understand what one is currently facing, to help manage those difficulties, and to ultimately make life more rewarding and meaningful.
Depression
(312) 970-0923
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Sarah Contorer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I use supportive, insight-oriented and cognitive techniques in order to help my clients identify the source of their dissatisfaction, and begin to pursue a more fulfilling life. Beginning therapy takes courage. However, it is very often a relief to gain perspective on issues that at present may feel overwhelming or unmanageable. I see therapy as an opportunity to find relief from distress, and to find lasting, sustainable improvement in the quality of your life.
Depression
(773) 234-8998
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Michele Dubuisson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“My areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, family and relationship issues, grief, stress, and trauma. My approach to therapy is grounded in the belief that we are all resilient, each of us has unique strengths. I work with my clients to build on these strengths, increase their insight, and develop the trust needed to achieve their goals. I do this by providing a safe space in which you may process your experiences, express your feelings, challenge unhealthy relationship patterns, and develop self-awareness. We will work together to understand triggers to stress and to develop healthier coping skills.
Depression
(630) 233-9533
Chicago, Illinois 60625
LaSonda A. Wilkins-Hines, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“I am an African-American female with a small practice on the south side of Chicago. I received my graduate training in social work from Loyola University Chicago. I received most of my professional training from the University of Chicago Hospitals In-Patient Psychiatric Department, where I worked simultaneously to start my private practice. I have an array of exprience working with adult clients with thought and mood disorders. In addition, I have worked with children - - ranging from 5 to 18 yrs of age, with a diagnosis of conduct, separation anxiety, adjustment, oppositional defiant or disruptive behavior disorders.
Depression
(773) 312-5575
Chicago, Illinois 60653
Diane Aniolowski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, JD, LCSW
“We all experience stress in different ways, and sometimes it is difficult to find a solution on our own. This is where I believe that talking to someone who is trained to help resolve problems in living can be very useful. When you meet with me, our first session will be completely confidential and will revolve around why you have come in and what you wish to accomplish during our time together. Having worked for three years in community mental health, I have experience working with issues ranging from depression to anxiety to schizophrenia, as well as many others.
Depression
(708) 501-4187
Chicago, Illinois 60661
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.
Depression
(773) 312-4663
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Ashly C Lawrence, Counselor  in Chicago
“As a strengths-based therapist, I draw from a client's existing strengths to help further nourish their sense of self and self-efficacy in this world. I believe in collaborating with clients to bring about desired change and promote a positive self image. I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from The Family Institute at Northwestern University. Prior to beginning my work in private practice, I had manyl years' experience working with children, adolescents and families in acute psychiatric crisis.
Depression
(312) 698-3723
Chicago, Illinois 60610
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.
Depression
(773) 966-2307
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Susan Q Love, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Life can bring difficulties in many forms, from daily stresses and significant transitions to conflicts in relationships. Often previous coping strategies no longer work and it becomes essential to develop more adaptive ways of handling emotional and/or relational distress. We do this together in a collaborative therapy relationship where the goals are defined by your problem areas and desires for improvement. The process includes strategies to suit your needs. I use an interpersonal approach to therapy but also include cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic therapy. It's a privilege to be a part of this process with my clients.
Depression
(312) 372-3211
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Susan Killelea-Raines, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with individuals who have a need for change, improvement or growth in their life. I collaborate with my clients to help them find a healthy and fulfilling path. My areas of specialization include improving mood, alleviating anxiety, surviving and thriving after trauma, developing respectful relationships with family and partners, increasing self acceptance and awareness.
Depression
(312) 945-7124
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Patricia Ann Esslinger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LCSW
“I believe in facilitating and fostering the resiliency of individuals, couples and families in a non-judgmental, unbiased and open fashion. I direct my attention to the patient(s) feeling secure in expressing any anxiety, fear, depression or feelings of incompatibility; I encourage honesty, openness and sharing in working toward conflict resolution. Together, we devise a mutually-acceptable plan of treatment. The goal is to optimize the quality of my patient(s) life based on the comfort of known quantities and translatable to their individual setting. I expect that each patient has a unique set of life experiences and expectations.
Depression
(773) 757-6136
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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