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Hector Antonio Hernandez, Counselor  in Chicago
“People come to therapy at different stages and for different reasons. Some come in because they find themselves struck by grief, anxiety or depression. Some come because they are in a place they refuse to be in and are unhappy, stuck between reality and expectation. Others want accountability and a safe place to process their life and work through stress. If you are feeling anxious, stuck, or depressed counseling and a safe place to process your emotions can make a difference.
(847) 380-8143
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Agave Studio, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“In our practice, our goal is to create a safe space where the individual, couple, or family can experience the growth, healing, or change that they desire, to ultimately become more fully alive and more fully themselves. Our work is guided together by your needs and desires. We do so by providing resources to engage the mystery of the human journey through psychotherapy, spiritual direction, and body therapies. We work from a holistic model of wellness to address issues concerning both mind and body, and we are prepared to work with people on a number of different issues, including issues of mood, personality, eating, body image, culture, sexuality, spirituality, relationships, anxiety, depression, transitions, grief/loss, and trauma/abuse. Our staff is well trained in a variety of areas, especially in the areas where mind, body and spirit meet. We offer the most innovative psychotherapy approaches like Internal Family Systems, EMDR, Emotion-Focused Couples therapy, as well as spiritual direction and body therapies. Our entire staff consisting of myself, Carlos Ruiz, Bethany Dayton, Stephanie Galioto and Anta Yu is available for various workshops, as well.
(773) 358-2966
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Maureen L Werrbach, Counselor  in Chicago
“Whether you are struggling with a particular issue, or just can't shake the feeling that there should be more to life, I can help. I provide a caring environment in which you can identify and explore those issues that may be getting in the way of a more rewarding home life, career, or fulfilling relationships. The goal is to help provide you with the insights and tools you need to move beyond old, limiting beliefs and behaviors. Through a combination of therapeutic techniques, I will help you identify outmoded coping mechanisms that may be standing in the way.
(630) 812-0085
Chicago, Illinois 60631
Thetis Cromie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis are opportunities for children and adults to work through the challenges of anxiety and depression, as well as traumas such as loss or abuse, and the defeating patterns of human interaction that result in problems in interpersonal relationships. Both modes of treatment provide opportunities for children and adults to experience improvement in their abilities to consolidate their talents and skills and to work more effectively toward their life goals. Thetis Cromie earned a doctorate from the Divinity School of the University of Chicago and holds master's degrees from the Divinity School and the School of Social Service.
(312) 698-3709
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Marie Naumann, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Many of us struggle and feel overwhelmed at some point in our lives, and at these times it is easy to lose sight of our strengths. As a psychologist, I help clients reconnect with their resilience and work toward self-acceptance and lasting change. In therapy, I empower clients with a caring, respectful style coupled with knowledge of evidence-based approaches. I provide therapy to adolescents and adults, couples, and families. My areas of specialization include treatment of depression and anxiety disorders, self-injury, trauma, grief and loss, and couples' issues.
(773) 250-6885
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Leanna Fortunato, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Asking for help is a courageous first step toward making personally meaningful changes. I view therapy as a collaborative process that involves you and I working together to understand what has led you to this point, to explore what you would like to be different, and to begin to develop new ways of being.
(815) 768-1673
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Gregory S Rizzolo, Counselor  in Chicago
“I work with individuals who are seeking an insight-oriented approach to understanding their personal and relational difficulties. I help my clients to articulate the problems that have brought them to therapy and to explore these issues in depth in a non-judgmental atmosphere. By the end of therapy, I hope that my clients will be able to leave with a greater sense of self-awareness and new inner resources to meet the challenges that led them to call.
(312) 548-3675
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Justin Evan Tobin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you feel stuck in the same routine? Doing the same behaviors over and over again? Do you feel a lot of stress, irritability or anger? Making a decision for change in your life is not easy and trusting these decisions is even more difficult. You may even feel depressed or anxious. Relationships can be confusing, career choices can be overwhelming, and figuring out your future can seem stressful.
(312) 346-5156
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Jennifer Bean, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that having someone who can help look at problems is incredibly helpful. I strive to help people understand themselves, their world, and their choices, focused on what works for them. I have experience helping people through short term crisis and longer term personality and emotional challenges. I generally use cognitive behavioral techniques and insight oriented strategies.
(773) 362-5442
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Libby Bachhuber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AM, LCSW
“My approach to therapy is grounded in respect and curiosity. I work to create a space for dialogue that honors difficulties, unearths complex meanings, and enables learning and growth. Whether the engagement is brief and focused or long-term and in-depth, the intention is to foster a greater sense of freedom, competence, and connection to others.
(312) 651-6924
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Thomas Farmer, PsyD, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Historical context and people around us shape who we are today. However, I don't believe working through the past, but rather, therapy is a "here and now" experience, the same way our lives are lived in the present. If you are struggling with relationships, discrimination, or down, you will find space to understand the impact of your world, but also, the impact you have on the world. Therapy is a relationship, and relationships occur in the moment of dialogue and compassion. I work with my clients to feel compassion, better equipping them to manage the challenging process of change.
(773) 530-2152
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Janine Gauthier Mullady, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I work most effectively with those who may be facing a life transition (occupational, personal relationship, emotional) or a health challenge. For 10 years I was the Director of Psychosocial Oncology at Rush University Medical Center focusing on the emotional aspects of being diagnosed, undergoing treatment and post treatment for cancer. I worked both with patients and family members who were interested in learning how to cope more adaptively with the stressors in their lives. I continue to work with individuals and family members who are struggling to cope with a medical diagnosis.
(312) 548-6127
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Stephanie Fariss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DiplAP, LCSW, CGP, JD
“I believe psychotherapy offers a process for learning how to deal with both internal and external disasters, teaching us how to grow in response to the symptoms of anxiety and despair, and discover wholeness and meaning in the process of healing. I am continually amazed at the significant capacity for growth that people exhibit, how lives may be transformed within the therapeutic relationship. It may mean that you begin to feel "seen" for the first time, that you begin to feel more solid as a person, able to discover new potentials and make healthier and more meaningful connections with others.
(312) 789-5433
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Megan Kelly Brennan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC, NCC, CYI
“The most important thing I want potential clients to know is that I truly love doing therapy and sincerely care about the people I with work with. The belief that clients can create greater self awareness, insight and transformation through a non-judgmental, safe and compassionate relationship is the foundation of my approach. By providing an open and collaborative space, clients can explore their thought patterns, emotional/somatic states and behavioral experience to promote meaningful changes. I bring a warm smile, a curious, gentle, down to earth manner, a sense of humor and an authentic self into the therapy room.
(773) 362-4311
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Kellie Rice, Counselor  in Chicago
“I specialize in individual, family and group psychotherapy. In my work with people recovering from addictions and eating disorders.. Additionally, I have extensive experience working with children, adolescents and adults who have histories of abuse and trauma. I work with parents in the areas of attachment, discipline, boundary setting, as well as, couples who are struggling with infertility.
(312) 380-0745
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Health & Wellness Counseling Associates of Chicago, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“Health and Wellness Counseling Associates is located in the Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago and specializes in providing a holistic approach to mental health for successful entrepreneurs and "Type A" professionals. Our psychotherapy work focuses primarily on helping clients with anxiety issues, addictive/compulsive behaviors and relationship concerns. Our health coaching services focus on improving digestion (which is very connected to mental health!) and reducing compulsive eating behaviors.
(773) 819-2928
Chicago, Illinois 60622
“There is nothing about you in therapy that is insignificant.The therapeutic relationship is a remedial experience; there is no judgment, only understanding. Once you and I understand how you came to your world view and why, it is easier to notice how,when, and where it works for you and when it does not. You will learn to observe yourself without judgment and make changes that will enrich your life.The therapeutic alliance is the most curative factor in treatment.
(773) 295-7516
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Joseph E Grodman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a highly trained Psychologist with 18 years of psychotherapeutic experience. I am a graduate of Northwestern University and have also obtained specialized training in Marital and Family therapy from the esteemed Family Institute. I am an extremely active therapist offering abundant support, psychological insight, mentorship and specific directives regarding methods and techniques of change. I perform individual as well as extensive marital psychotherapy.
(312) 818-2558
Chicago, Illinois 60654
Vanessa E Ford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“I believe in building collaborative relationships with my clients. Many of the people who come to see me are insightful and know that certain behaviors or symptoms of depression, stress or anxiety are holding them back. We will work together to both help you develop better coping and self-esteem, as well as developing a better understanding of your issues and problems. Cognitive-behavioral therapy can help with this. For more information on my background please visit the "credentials" page on my website.
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Brant R Dykehouse, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I seek to understand where clients are in their lives, to address the struggles they face, and to explore their strengths and potential for lasting change. My clientele spans across race, ethnicity, culture, age, sexual orientation, and spiritual beliefs. I enjoy working with clients who are uncertain about talk therapy, or who may have had negative experiences with it.
(773) 245-1983
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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