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Family Therapists in Chicago

Jennifer N Hall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AM, LCSW
“I believe that everyone has the potential to live a life filled with abundance and personal fulfillment. But sometimes life's problems, both big and small, get in our way, and instead we live lives filled with anxiety, loneliness, and despair. I help adults, families, and youth cope with life's problems and difficulties. Ultimately, I encourage people to identify and use their strengths to work toward achieving their personal goals. My office is a peaceful setting in which you can safely explore the issues that are causing you emotional pain and discomfort.
(773) 377-8762
Chicago, Illinois 60637
Caleb D Collins, Counselor  in Chicago
“I approach my work with an understanding that each client's experience is unique and I appreciate the courage it takes to engage in therapy. I work to help my client's feel heard and understood while exploring the sources of their difficulty. It is important to me that my relationship with clients is collaborative and I believe that you are the best expert on yourself and what you want for treatment. Sessions typically focus on building insight into how past experiences affect us today as well as developing communication and coping skills.
(312) 548-3608
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Marcy A Rubin, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Dr Rubin has dedicated her life to creating an innovative approach to helping clients get unstuck from their current situation and helps them to evolve to their highest potential by clearing unresolved past emotional issues.
(773) 616-9188
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Elizabeth Messana, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe that if one can find a middle path between active passivity and apparent competency, the theory of change that we can create together will be uniquely beneficial and worthwhile.
(847) 379-5302 x304
Chicago, Illinois 60607
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
Mel Kimmel, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe it is very important to involve the clients in each phase of counseling. I work together with individuals, couples and families on a wide variety of emotional and adjustment issues to tailor treatment approaches that best meet their needs and to reach the following goals: - Increase their understanding about issues related to their concerns; - Identify changes or goals they want to work towards; - Explore options to address their concerns; - Learn and implement helpful strategies and skills; - Make lasting improvements
(603) 483-3760
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Jacquelyn Singer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“Considering therapy? Taking those first steps can often be difficult, but finding the right therapist can help you work through the concerns that have continually affected you and your relationships. We will work together to address current problems and long-standing patterns so that you can experience the satisfaction with yourself and the level of fulfillment in your relationships that you've been looking for.
(773) 649-4481
Chicago, Illinois 60660
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
Courtney Burtscher, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Therapy is about creating a space where you can focus on your own needs. It is one way that you can work to gain insight, practice caring for yourself and produce meaningful change. Whatever the reason for you coming to therapy, I hope to help by providing collaboration, direct feedback and a safe environment. Early morning, afternoon and evening appointments are available for your scheduling convenience.
(773) 922-6978
Chicago, Illinois 60657
John B Houck, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I have enjoyed working as a counselor since 1974. I went into this work because I experienced how helpful counseling was to me when I really needed it. I have learned to understand myself and to overcome my anxiety and depression, improve my marriage and overcome my addiction to overeating. I am leading more groups now because of the therapeutic value and cost-effectiveness of groups. I am also available for individual and couples' sessions. My integration of spirituality and psychotherapy is particularly helpful when people seek answers, values, relief from worry, and to fill a materialistic void with spirituality.
(773) 770-6771
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Tom Undine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Therapy is only as valuable as the change it produces. I provide a innovative change-oriented therapy where we go where angels fear to tread; exploring and transforming issues, problems, and concerns. I use a traditional therapy model with unique and dynamic interventions. While I am very supportive and kind and nurturing, my approach is about getting to substantive change, and that can (and will) mean facing much that is tough and painful. I guide people through what is tough and painful.
(773) 717-2920
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Carolbeth Shansky, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I bring 25 years of experience to my practice, and collaborate with clients to overcome emotional obstacles that interfere with their personal and career lives. Respectful of individual values, I am trained in a variety of therapeutic approaches, ranging from psychoanalytic psychotherapy to EMDR and Working Memory Training. I provide individual long and short-term psychotherapy, couple counseling, and supervision to licensed professionals.
(773) 312-3742
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Judith Bobbe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, ATR
“I am a very experienced and compassionate therapist, working for over 25 years, helping people to change their lives. To me, the opportunity to explore yourself in a safe, reliable relationship is the most important element in psychotherapy. I can help you to change patterns and habits which are hindering your ability to experience happiness and success. Your innate wisdom and strength will become availble to you. I use education and skill building, which will empower you to gain self-awareness, and to promote your healing. We can work on both immediate, and long term challenges.
(773) 747-6207
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Erin Johnston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I use a collaborative model, where sessions feel like two people having a conversation in my living room, versus a stereotypical doctor/patient interaction. I don't view your issues as coming from an abnormal psychopathology, but instead as a reaction to living in a stressful, complex, and contradictory world. I seek to understand your issues in the context of your unique experience rather than viewing you as having something wrong or being broken. My focus is on what you need from me....I take my lead from you.
(312) 513-3746
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Liz Suran Tobin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LCPC, LMFT
“I practice humanistic therapy in which a respectful relationship is most important. A safe environment is essential to exploring issues that can be difficult to address, and I dedicate myself to empathic and accurate listening in our collaborative work. I have a strong belief in the value of each individual and I practice from the conviction that each person inherently has the resources and desire to live a healthy and fulfilling life. I am committed to helping my clients achieve positive growth in line with the goals that they have for therapy.
(773) 219-1173
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Danielle Shannon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Hello! I have nearly a decade of experience working in the mental health field. My expertise lies in treating young children, adolescents and families. I've also worked in the child welfare field with complex issues related to trauma and abuse. I emphasize building new insight and skills during treatment to improve your ability to function in the future, and improve your quality of life in the present. I believe that therapy should be approachable and collaborative
(224) 900-2843 x304
Chicago, Illinois 60607
Maureen Rowley Barnett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
“I am interactive, relational and have a great respect for those who have the courage to ask for help. Most people contact me when feeling anxiety or depression due to life's challenges. My intent is to help you alleviate emotional distress as you access inner strength, identify options for change and implement a course of action. Though many of my clients are individuals I have a special interest in couple and family work.
(269) 409-1956
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Jared Treiber, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I work hard to help my patients achieve their personal and professional goals in life. I treat Adults, Young Adults, and Teenagers to resolve their issues from depression and anxiety, to relationship problems and trauma. In addition to helping you resolve your immediate problems, our work together will provide you with an overall understanding of why it occurred and develop a lasting emotional and behavioral change.
(312) 818-5473
Chicago, Illinois 60614
“Feeling down, confused, anxious or angry? Frustated with personal, family or professional relationships? Overwhelmed by life's everyday challenges? Simply need someone to listen? Taylor Counseling Care offers the understanding and guidance you need to achieve greater satisfaction in your life and relationships. While it is not easy to reach out for support regarding personal matters, remember that almost everyone will encounter internal or external experiences that require therapeutic intervention. The counseling relationship provides an outlet to explore and modify aspects of life that cause distress and empowers clients to identify and resolve future challenges.
(312) 945-7519
Chicago, Illinois 60652
Ilene Kastel, Counselor  in Chicago
“Are you trying to move forward from a break-up or looking to be more satisfied with your single life? I specialize in working with young adults in their 20s and 30s struggling with relationship ambivalence, recovery from a break-up, self-esteem, sadness, and anxiety. Typical clients in my practice include individuals that feel they should be at a different place in their lives then where they are, are wanting to gain a better sense of who they are and what they want, wanting to increase self-esteem and confidence, and express wanting to just "feel happier".
(630) 309-2044
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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What method of therapy is right for me?
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