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Forensic Psychology Therapists in Chicago

Dr. Alan P. Childs and Associates, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of helping children, adults and families overcome personal and environmental struggles. I approach the counseling relationship in an interactive and respectful manner by assisting you to find the solution that is best for you in a safe and trusting environment. I have extensive experience and expertise in the area of individual and marital therapy, divorce, and child custody hearings, and I frequently appear as an expert in divorce hearings in matters related to what is in the best interest of the child.
Forensic Psychology
(708) 501-7075
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Anne-Marie C Nicolas, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and Reiki practitioner. I am dedicated to improving the lives of my clients by offering a holistic approach to mental health treatment that combines my clinical knowledge with the healing practice of Reiki. My orientation to therapy is humanistic and client-centered; I believe in walking with my client on their journey to wellness and supporting individual change through empowerment. I am open to all faiths, beliefs, and backgrounds. My areas of specialty include holistic health and self discovery, substance abuse treatment, and family case law consultation.
Forensic Psychology
(773) 696-4920
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Crystal Clair, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCPC
“Talk Therapy Can Help You... *Feel more calm and relaxed. *Build better relationships and learn better ways to communicate with the important people in your life *Learn ways to cope with feelings of anger, disappointment, or fear. *Understand your symptoms of depression and anxiety. *Work with your partner to build trust and understanding. *Process and heal from traumatic events in your life. My work with adults often addresses substance abuse, anger management, body image, depression, anxiety/OCD, and difficulties adjusting to new life situations (e.g., babies, loss of a loved one, moving to a new town, etc).
Forensic Psychology
(312) 789-5417
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Jonathon Gruszeczki, Counselor  in Chicago
“Jon's early work helped others with backgrounds of violence, physical and emotional abuse, and substance abuse. He has worked within psychiatric hospital settings and court systems. These shaped his clinical expertise using styles of Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Recovery programs, Dual-Diagnosis interventions and skills with men's issues, teens, and families dealing with depression, career transition, business pressures, anxiety and life direction. Jon is a professor of psychology at Triton College. His values of excellence, thoroughness, and openness are exercised with his students where he inspires them to help others overcome obstacles both external and self-imposed.
Forensic Psychology
(312) 675-4885
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Alexander E. Obolsky, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“From time to time, our lives take an unexpected turn for the worse. We may suffer injury; succumb to physical or emotional illness, or experience conflict, loss, misfortune. Trauma and chronic disability may affect our loved ones or us. Life adversities may temporarily overwhelm our ability to carry on. We may turn pessimistic, doubtful, and hopeless. Feel demoralized, worried, and anxious. Suffer sadness, distress, and anguish. Become angry and resentful. Feel distrustful and quarrel with others. Recognize our isolation and loneliness. At such times, we could benefit from a psychiatric evaluation and treatment, including psychotherapy and prescription medicine.
Forensic Psychology
(312) 436-1329
Chicago, Illinois 60602
C Dion Bush,   in Chicago
“I am interested in helping individuals, families, and couples who are confronted with difficult challenges in their personal and professional lives. This includes marital obstacles of infidelity, marital stagnation, and partner abuse. It is also my desire to serve those struggling with issues of substance abuse and process addictions; such as pornography, compulsive sexual behaviors, and histories of sexual abuse. In addition, I look forward to helping teens and adolescents who find themselves struggling in areas of social relations, academic progress, and/or who are frequently in trouble at school or with the law due to challenging personal behaviors.
Forensic Psychology
(773) 250-6095
Chicago, Illinois 60654
Anna Ewa Kultys, Counselor  in Chicago
“In order to fully experience your journey in life, it is necessary to nourish both the physical and emotional elements of the self. I approach therapy with an open mind, empathic attitude, and dedication to engaging with you in taking ownership of your goals. Sessions focus on awareness, acceptance, and motivation towards change.
Forensic Psychology
(888) 608-8445
Chicago, Illinois 60614
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, Teenagers, and Tweens 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.
Forensic Psychology
(312) 818-5473
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Michael L Fields, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I specialize in compassionate and sensitive therapy designed to meet the patient's unique needs utilizing a combination of therapeutic approaches which are most comfortable for that patient. Humor and optimism are an integral aspect of therapy. My office settings are comfortable and the patients needs during the sessions are of primary concern. I work most effectively with issues of depression, anxiety, self-esteem, phobia and bipolarity. In addition, I provide psychological evaluations to enhance therapy and the understanding of the patient's emotional/social problems. Psychological evaluation is also a specialty in forensic settings concerning domestic and criminal issues. I have also testified as an expert witness in state and federal courts for domestic and criminal issues.
Forensic Psychology
(312) 945-7669
Chicago, Illinois 60602
“So many factors are involved in how we feel on a day to day basis that it can be difficult to figure out where to begin. Seeking therapy and finding a therapist that works for you can be the first step in this process. While seeking change, we come to find that it is a complex process involving mind, body, and spirit. Balancing these components of our selves is what the therapeutic process is about. Whether it seems to be a practical problem or a more diffuse concern, your hard work can result in the balance and fulfillment you desire.
Forensic Psychology
(877) 643-8318
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Melanie J Thakkar, Psychologist  in Chicago
“A positive working alliance between a psychologist and patient is crucial for growth and development within the clinical context. Therefore, it is key for each patient to seek out a psychologist whom they feel comfortable and connected with. I offer an initial consultation at no charge in order to determine if the right fit exists. If after a consultation it does not feel like a good fit, then I will help you find a clinician who provides one. As a licensed clinical psychologist, with more than six years of clinical experience, I have an extensive background working with adolescents, adults, and families.
Forensic Psychology
(312) 646-4557
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Joanne Z Flannery  in Chicago
“As a marriage and family therapist with a master's degree in sexology I invite individuals, couples and groups to come to me with any sexual or relational concerns. I believe self-expression though sexuality is part of living a balanced and healthy life. I take pride in being an inclusive and culturally sensitive therapist. All are welcome in my office.
Forensic Psychology
(312) 548-1491 x1
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Jessica Ransom, Psychologist  in Chicago
“It is a privilege to work with each and every client and I recognize the courage that it takes to begin therapy. Selecting the right psychologist can be difficult and I encourage you to seek out the one that feels like the best fit for your needs. I believe with the right support, each person can enhance his or her own interpersonal relationships. I practice unconditional positive regard and attempt to balance humor with the occasional, yet necessary, curse word. Psychotherapy should not be a mystery and I try to make the process as comfortable and as real as possible.
Forensic Psychology
(773) 800-1510
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Jennifer Foley, Counselor  in Chicago
“The decision to begin therapy is not always an easy one, but it is often the first step to a more fulfilling, authentic and happy life. I like to tailor therapy to the needs of the individual by providing a comfortable and supportive environment that will allow guests to share their feelings, challenges and hopes. Together we can identify unhelpful patterns, how they began and how they can be released to allow for better habits, communication and relationships. I also help guests gain insight into their thoughts, feelings and behaviors to reduce symptoms, cope with traumatic events and establish future goals.
Forensic Psychology
(312) 651-6912
Chicago, Illinois 60622
“We treat multiple issues at Deer Rehabilitation Services, we believe in treating our client professionally in our private and comfortable offices. We have over 15 years of experience in substance abuse, marriage and family counseling, grief and individual counseling and domestic violence counseling. In addition, we specialize in working with law enforcement professionals as well.
Forensic Psychology
(773) 432-7350
Chicago, Illinois 60624
Gregory Michael Sarlo, Psychologist  in Chicago
“As a long-time Clinical Psychologist, former president of the Illinois Psychological Association, and advocate within Chicago's GLBTQ community, I can offer you expertise and peace of mind for whatever challenges you. For more than 25 years, I have worked with people from diverse groups-individual adults, couples, families, and children-and for many of those years, right here in Lakeview. My goal is to encourage growth and well-being, supporting you while being direct and gently challenging, and offering psychological and neuropsychological assessment that gives you answers and insight into what concerns you.
Forensic Psychology
(773) 234-8985
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Sarah Warren, Psychologist  in Chicago
“With over 20 years in practice, I enjoy working with high functioning clients who want more purpose in their careers, or relief from anxiety or depression, or to address their relationship to alcohol, drugs or other compulsive behavior. My career transition clients seek to reinvent themselves in their second act, whether moms returning to the paid workforce or professionals who've paid their dues. I also work with clients who are undergoing major life transitions such as divorce. My clients work in a variety of high stakes, high accountability fields from IT to medicine, law to professional sports.
Forensic Psychology
(312) 548-9014
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Daniela Schreier, Psychologist  in Chicago
“"Your relationships are my business." -- Hello, I am Dr. Daniela! I am a Board Certified Clinical Psychologist. I work with a clientele of high-functioning individuals and couples of diverse backgrounds and provide services in German, English, Italian, and Spanish. With a prior background in international PR and business, I specialize in Life, Stress and Relationship Management for Individuals, Couples, and Corporations.
Forensic Psychology
(312) 647-2113
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Stacey Belmont, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for a variety of problems/issues including: panic disorder, social anxiety, OCD, PTSD, generalized anxiety, depression, anger management and domestic violence, ADHD, and health-related concerns (such as fertility, weight-loss, and pain management). Additionally, I have experience working with individuals who are dealing with sexual orientation/identity issues and relationship (work, family, romantic) problems. I also specialize in psychological testing for cognitive and educational concerns, such as ADHD, memory problems, and learning disorders. I see adolescents and adults for therapy and all ages for psychological testing.
Forensic Psychology
(773) 466-8006
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Verified by Psychology Today
Treatment Facility, PhD, LCPC, CAADC, SAP
“Behavioral Services Center is a mental health facility in the Chicagoland area providing a wide range of services. Our counselors specialize in substance abuse treatment, domestic violence treatment, parenting skills, anger management, and mental health counseling. Our goal as a facility is to provide up-to-date, effective, and affordable treatment.
Forensic Psychology
(847) 960-3255
Chicago, Illinois 60601

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Forensic Psychology Therapists
Forensic Psychology is the application of psychological knowledge to the criminal justice system. Forensic psychologists offer expert testimony in criminal and civil cases and may perform psychological autopsies and evaluate a person's psychological competency to stand trial.

If you're looking for Forensic psychology in Chicago or for a Chicago Forensic therapist these professionals provide forensic psychological services. They include child forensic psychologists, clinical forensic psychologists and Forensic therapists, Forensic psychologists, Forensic psychotherapists and Forensic counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Chicago have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Chicago you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Chicago and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Chicago or family therapy in Chicago.