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Depression Therapists in Chicago

“As director of Chicago Counseling Associates, I have over twenty years experience in providing and teaching a humanistic approach to supporting client growth and change. We help you to strengthen your inner voice, to deepen your understanding, and to enhance your capacity to communicate with your intimates, friends and community in order to create meaningful and lasting change. We provide individual, couples, family and group psychotherapy services and believe that our own ongoing training and consultation is key to providing you with effective and supportive responses to your current and longstanding life challenges.
(312) 458-9679
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Shaifali Sandhya, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Challenged by a recent breakup, loss or work stress? Difficulty making good decisions? Love and life are difficult to navigate. I hold a Ph.D. (UofChicago), am a Psychologist, Professor, and an international author. I work with successful professionals with concerns like - stress, depression, alcohol/substance abuse, anger management, intimacy, anxiety, divorce, concentration, and panic - who are are striving to overcome barriers to gain success and actualize their potential. I also conduct court ordered psychological evaluations. My clients may come from different walks of life but we work together in an empathic, confidential and collaborative environment to arrive at solutions.
(773) 303-6021
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Kevin Franke, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Chicago
“I start with a thorough assessment of your current concerns. I take a broad-minded, non-judgmental approach to understanding what you are looking for help with. I try to be helpful by offering feedback and new perspectives and insights. I understand that you have probably already attempted several ways to address your concerns and by now you are most likely frustrated and worried. I will take a proactive and positive approach to your participation by helping you identify your personal strengths and assets that you can then use to develop a new and better response to your concerns.
(312) 756-0573
Chicago, Illinois 60606
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.
(630) 233-9533
Chicago, Illinois 60625
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
Jamie Gayle, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I became a clinical psychologist because I believe deeply in the reparative power of human relationships. In a number of senses, we become who we are through our interactions with others, and these patterns form the basis of how secure we feel with ourselves and others. I see the therapeutic relationship as a natural vehicle for healing relationship wounds and breaking repetitive self-injurious patterns that dovetail with interpersonal struggles. I invite clients to join me in a collaborative effort to observe and more deeply understand themselves, their relationship patterns, and their characteristic ways of thinking and feeling.
(847) 363-5088
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Deborah Altman, Counselor  in Chicago
“Therapeutic relationships set the stage for people to be empowered and develop effective strategies to remove long-standing obstacles in order to live engaged, vivid, and more fulfilling lives. The act of being heard and understood is healing in-and-of itself. I encourage clients to uncover internal resources in order to accomplish their goals. Therapy can provide clients with a safe place to express feelings and receive feedback and guidance. This can commonly lead clients to live a life of inner peace, balance, and happiness.
(773) 295-7683
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Nicholas McCarley, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Therapy is a rich opportunity for gaining invaluable insights regarding the ways in which fears, disavowed wishes, and injustices from the past can motivate current behavior, and how individuals, often resiliently, continue to live above a rubble of neglected wounds. I believe the success of treatment is dependent upon the establishment of a solid therapeutic relationship and that the therapeutic alliance is a reciprocal "we-relationship" where healing and growth can occur. I also may incorporate more direct mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral approaches in therapy when effective to promote symptomatic change.
(773) 355-4574
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Karen Kalliel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I use a strengths focused approach to therapy. Moving forward requires a look at what a person is already doing well in addition to the challenges in their lives. My approach includes insight oriented and cognitive techniques which I utilize in my practice. It takes a very strong person to admit they need help and to take the steps necessary to find a therapist who will be the best fit possible. In my view, therapy is teamwork and the therapist and client must work collaboratively for the best possible outcome of their therapy experience.
(773) 717-2956
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Paul Linden, Psychologist  in Chicago
“In individual therapy, I emphasize a short-term, time-sensitive approach that is problem focused. During troublesome periods in our lives, powerful ideas about ourselves or about the world can become activated that result in our feeling anxious, sad or depressed. Relief comes from replacing these notions with a more realistic perception of our circumstances and ourselves. A principal goal of this approach is assist clients to learn how to become their own therapist, thereby preventing relapse and decreasing dependence on therapy or when appropriate medications.
(312) 470-6889
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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.
(708) 501-4187
Chicago, Illinois 60661
Theresa K. Albini, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“Are you unbearably sad? Feel empty? Bored? Stuck? Often irritable, easy to anger or argumentative? Have frequent mood swings? Do you worry excessively? Have trouble relaxing or concentrating, or making decisions? Engage in emotional eating? Are you drawn into relationships with people who are self-absorbed, cold or abusive? Couples, do you find yourselves arguing too often or emotionally distant? As a parent are you frustrated with endless power struggles with your child or worried about your child's temper or other behaviors? You deserve better. I can help you. Together we will devise a plan to meet your expectations.
(312) 725-2666
Chicago, Illinois 60610
David deBoer, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Life is difficult even under the best of circumstances. You may be seeking therapy in order to overcome some blocks to important goals in your relationships or career. Oftentimes these blocks are the result of using ways of coping that once were essential in dealing with important figures and problems from earlier in life, but which now get in the way of positive and healthy emotional and interpersonal functioning. Therapy is an excellent way of using a helping relationship to identify these coping styles, and ultimately to develop more effective ways of relating to yourself and to others.
(773) 312-4384
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Sandra Zakowski, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe that each individual requires a unique approach when seeking help in dealing with problems of daily living. I am dedicated to creating a collaborative therapy environment that is based on safety and mutual respect. I tend to be direct and interactive in therapy using an integrative approach and work to empower individuals to access their strengths in coping with life issues. I have experience working with individuals dealing with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, loss, acculturation, chronic medical problems, relationship problems, academic issues, and adjustment to other life stressors.
(773) 236-8242
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Leanne M Link, Counselor  in Chicago
“In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, I offer a personalized approach tailored to each client's individual needs in order to help attain personal growth. I have experience working with clients who struggle with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, family discord, personality disorders, and work related stressors. As a military veteran, I welcome military members and their families during difficult times of separation and adjusting to the reuniting process after long deployments or extended TDY assignments.
(773) 770-5350
Chicago, Illinois 60614
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.
(773) 788-6932
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Michael E Bricker, Psychologist  in Chicago
“As a psychologist, and a mental health professional providing counseling for over 10 years, I am committed to offering individuals and couples effective and compassionate psychotherapy and consultation services. My approach entails a relationship that is warm, empathic, and supportive with psychotherapy that is informed by the latest scientific findings on what contributes to lasting improvements in mental health and overall well-being. My work is empirically-informed, sensitive, and customized to the unique and diverse needs of my clients.
(773) 280-5044 x2
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Theresa Nollette, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I help individuals and couples achieve a more peaceful, and satisfying life by healing obstacles that get in the way. Whether grief over a loss, communication problems, loneliness, conflicts on the job, depression, anxiety, you name it, there is help for you. People report feeling heard and understood by me. They say they have gotten good feedback, concrete suggestions, sincere and honest compassion to face and solve their problems.
(312) 789-5397
Chicago, Illinois 60601
“I have been a practicing therapist for over 25 years with extensive experience in treating individuals and couples in short and long term therapy. I have treated with great success patients suffering trauma, emotional and sexual abuse including domestic violence; adjustment, mood and anxiety disorders and problems in relationships with attention to environmental, cultural and psychic factors. My approach is eclectic designed to meet the desires and needs of my patients.
(773) 219-0691
Chicago, Illinois 60637
Sheffield Square Professional Building, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“With compassionate therapy and support, I believe everyone can soar. I am down to earth and will honestly support you with empathy, insight & MIND/BODY connections to expand your possibilities. I treat: adults, individuals & couples. SPECIALTIES: relationships, eating disorders, co-dependency, PTSD, women's issues/abuse, anxiety, depression, panic- phobias. 25 years experience including 7 years as Chairperson of International Council on Alcoholism & Addictions. Using both traditonal, EMDR & energy work will enhance BODY/MIND connections. This will empower you to better and healthier life. I also do Forensic evaluations & alternative healing. Skype coaching sessions available for out of state contacts.
(773) 717-2964
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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