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Family Therapists in Chicago

Ilinka Novakovic, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“It takes strength and courage to seek help, and finding the right help is important. In my private practice, I provide a warm, safe, and no-judgmental environment, and I tailor my approach to your unique needs and goals. I listen carefully and compassionately, focusing on what it is you would like to work on together. I offer free phone consultations so that, together, we may determine if I am the right person to help you. All your questions, thoughts, and feelings about starting therapy are welcome.
Family
(312) 789-5422
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Jane Ballis, Counselor  in Chicago
“I treat children, adolescents, couples and family in a variety of therapeutic means. I have used cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, EMDR, behavioral, and eclectic therapies in addition to others. I also have experience working with behavioral, mood, anxiety, conduct and other specialties. I appreciate diversity and love working with others of various cultures, abilities and races.
Family
(630) 812-0083
Chicago, Illinois 60626
Marysue Mastey, Counselor  in Chicago
“I have been working with individuals, families, and groups for over 25 years. I am especially interested in working with adults and older adults. My specialties are in the areas of mental health, traumatic and non-traumatic brain injuries(TBI, stroke, brain tumors, seizure disorders, etc), and substance use disorders, especially dual- diagnosis clients. I have worked with many people with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities. My focus with clients is on coping skills, problem-solving, anger management, and using client strengths rather than limitations to address current stressors in daily life.
Family
(847) 302-8647
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I'm fully empathic with the emotional suffering that comes with being human. I always approach whatever my client comes in with from the perspective that they are right to be having the emotional experience they're having; i.e., there are reasons for it. No judgment. No blame. As I engage in a therapeutic alliance with them, we explore together for understandings and meanings to learn those reasons, which no one can do alone. Through the alliance with me as a trusted professional, my client gains early symptom relief and is fostered in higher functioning through feeling better.
Family
(773) 231-5364
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Susan Cornelius, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The Therapeutic process has the power to transform personal struggles and generate growth for those who find the courage to participate in it. I have been involved in this work for over 30 years. I bring not only my training and experience to my clients but the resolute belief that everyone has the capacity for growth and healing beyond what they would believe. I view therapy as an interactive process between myself and the client.
Family
(773) 683-3611
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Natalie Graves, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AM, LCSW, CADC
“I work with athletes at all playing levels who are facing challenges off the playing field. My goal is to help you function at your highest potential, so you can perform your best at your sport. Things like stress, pressure, depression and substance abuse detract from you as an individual and as an athlete. Mental health issues can be addressed just like a physical injury. Many athletes have struggles and are ashamed to talk about it; you don't have to be. I can provide help and support to you. We can start with just a phone call.
Family
(312) 241-1046
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Rose Elias, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Therapy begins as a conversation and progresses into a relationship that serves as a base to explore present and past difficulties. My background in sociology pulls me towards inviting and hearing others' stories, engaging with one's lived experience and history. My focus on description and detail of the presenting problem aids others in understanding their experience further, and often this increased understanding serves to lessen pain and hurt.
Family
(312) 360-1983
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Benjamin J Thompson, Counselor  in Chicago
“People often imagine that therapy is about digging up repressed memories and reviewing traumatic experiences. While it is important to know where we have come from to understand who we are and where we are going, therapy generally focuses on our present circumstances and the positive strengths and resources that we can use to move forward in life. Together, we will form concrete goals and engender progress, not simply wander unproductively through hours of ambiguity. Often it's not our shortcomings, but unproductive expectations and beliefs that are hindering our journey.
Family
(773) 496-4970
Chicago, Illinois 60614
John Andrich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you and your partner have difficulty communicating? Do you feel like you're both on different wavelengths at times? I can help get your relationship back on track. We will work together toward the development of new skills to accomplish the goals you identify.
Family
(708) 512-7784
Chicago, Illinois 60643
“Welcome to Hazelden's Chicago treatment center, home to acclaimed outpatient addiction treatment services, continuing care, family programming, recovery housing, and more. Our clinicians focus on treating the whole person by addressing the physical, spiritual, and mental aspects of addiction. And our evidence-based treatment practices and support resources provide you with the best foundation for lasting recovery from addiction.
Family
(866) 568-7671
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Amy Tierney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, Med, LMFT
“I work with individuals, couples and families to express their challenges and understand themselves and their relationships in a healthier context. I also offer support during life transitions and crisis so clients are empowered and experience resilience. My approach is humanistic and interpersonal in which we work in the relationship and our relationship helps you gain insight and awareness into your self and patterns. I am supportive and gentle, yet can be challenging and directive when appropriate. I am experienced in conflict resolution in couples and families.
Family
(773) 362-5823
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Eva Reymer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT
“I have over 30 years of clinical experience treating adolescents, adults,individuals,couples and families who have various psychological problems. I believe that successful counseling experience involves effective collaboration between client and therapist. work with patients with major life stressors at the workplace,school and military. EAP and ongoing counseling.
Family
(773) 717-2969
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Michael Pentangelo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Difficulty managing stress and anxiety is often overwhelming and may lead to health issues, decreased productivity, conflict in relationships, and an overall poor quality of life. Anxiety, poor stress coping, depression, anger and other difficulties can be rooted in a myriad of complex biological, physiological, and situational causes. Together we can explore the root of your presenting difficulty as a platform for change. My goal is to assist you in developing your own self-awareness and from there, guide you in organizing your thoughts, actions, and goals towards a healthier and happier way of life.
Family
(312) 267-1161
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Andrea S. Platt, Psychologist  in Chicago
“As a licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of experience, I am dedicated to helping you make positive, lasting changes in your personal life and your relationships. I believe that change is a process consisting of two parts. The first is a discovery of habits or beliefs that are unhealthy; the second involves the development of new attitudes and behaviors that are more adaptive.
Family
(312) 595-9547
Chicago, Illinois 60611
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.
Family
(773) 888-4771
Chicago, Illinois 60604
DePaul Family and Community Services, Psychologist  in Chicago
“The DePaul Family and Community Services is a full-service behavioral health clinic located in Lincoln Park on the campus of DePaul University. Since we are connected to a major university, our staff includes an exceptional team of highly-skilled Clinical/Community Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors, a Psychiatrist, and graduate students. A definite gem in the city! In addition to our traditional services (individual, family, group therapy), we provide specialty services such as Child/Adolescent Psychiatry, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (designed to strengthen the parent-child bond) and Psychological Testing/Assessment. Our clinic serves children/adolescents and their caregivers.
Family
(773) 530-3791
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Rebecca Bergen, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Explore. Understand. Grow. These three words best explain my approach to therapy. Through the establishment of a trusted therapeutic relationship, together, we will embark on the process of psychological change. We will explore what is preventing you from reaching your full potential. You will develop a greater understanding of yourself, which will facilitate your growth into the person you want to become. I am a licensed clinical psychologist offering counseling to adults, adolescents, children, and families. I have extensive experience treating clients with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, low self-esteem, eating disorders, parenting issues, behavioral problems and career concerns.
Family
(773) 877-3250
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Chicago Assessment and Psychological Services, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Identifying interferences to optimal personal functioning and removing them is an important part of emotional growth, often leading to or facilitating an improved sense of health in the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspect of both individual and our interpersonal experiences. My job, as a therapist, is to support my clients' feelings and thoughts however they may emerge, while at the same time working to encourage the transformation of those emotions and thoughts into transitions toward the pursuit of a fuller, more satisfying life.
Family
(773) 388-2277
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Courtney Rolfe, Counselor  in Chicago
“As a therapist, I am experienced in providing clinical services to adults, adolescents, couples, and families. My experience includes using a collaborative and solution-focused approach to work with issues such as stress management, professional development, relational conflict, anger management, depression, and anxiety. I have comprehensive experience and training focused on trauma recovery, emotional regulation, adolescent development, and gender and sexual identity development.
Family
(312) 800-1636
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Jessica Heiman Freilich, Psychologist  in Chicago
“We all face challenges that can be overwhelming and confusing at times. As a licensed clinical psychologist with more than seven years of experience, I provide personalized psychological treatment in a confidential private practice setting for children, adolescents, and adults. I am dedicated to empowering individuals and families to live their most fulfilling lives. It is my goal to help people realize their strengths, gain awareness and confidence, as well as learn skills that will aid in successful coping.
Family
(561) 420-0260
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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