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Life Coaching Therapists in Highland Park

Stuart Pinkwater,   in Highland Park
“I specialize in working with people living with; ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, ADDICTIONS RECOVERY, POST CANCER TREATMENT,and UNEXPECTED LIFE CHANGES. I work with ADULTS, ADOLESCENTS, COUPLES and FAMILIES.
Life Coaching
(847) 906-2663
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Eugene Roginsky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Highland Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Psychotherapist with over 20 years clinical and 12 years teaching experience. (Please see the SEMINAR page of my website for list of courses). In my practice I utilize both, new effective treatment techniques as well as traditional psychotherapeutic models. In many cases I focus on solution oriented, effective, symptom relief. I understand that individuals are complex and psychological concerns cannot be separated from family dynamics, personal history, identity issues, work related stress, and physical health. When necessary, and with client's permission, I collaborate with all healthcare professionals to create a 'think tank' approach to treatment.
Life Coaching
(847) 807-4253
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Gilda Schaffer, Counselor  in Highland Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PSYD, LCPC, DAPA, BCPC
“I am a seasoned clinician with over 18 years of experience providing services to adolescents, adults and couples. Taking a complete and integrated view of the client, my purpose is to provide a professional, yet personal atmosphere where the person can feel comfortable, safe and understood working towards healing and well-being. Beginning with a comprehensive exploration of the client's concerns and symptoms, I look at the impact and meaning of them in the person's life. Since the mind and body are deeply and strongly connected, I consider the relationship between symptoms, family history, current relationships and ongoing sources of stress.
Life Coaching
(847) 920-7366
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Kerri Nevin, Psychologist  in Highland Park
“My ideal clients are adults, and may typically be dealing with anxiety or depression. I specifically focus on women's issues-body image, mid-life career changes, relationship issues, divorce, and empty nesters choosing to reinvent themselves. I do also work with teen-age girls struggling with self-esteem issues. My Mayo Clinic Wellness Coaching certification allows me to treat individuals looking to create any health or wellness behavior change-be it losing weight, quitting smoking, or creating better financial wealth. I also assist clients in matching their "inside" vision of themselves to their "outside" appearance, through health /wellness techniques.
Life Coaching
(847) 242-8941 x1
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Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Vered Dor, Psychologist  in Highland Park
“The focus of therapy is built around your specific issues and needs. Therapy's goal is to provide you with tools you could later use on your own. Issues: stress, work, unemployment, family, relationship,divorce, partner, school, anxiety, self-esteem, depression, ADHD, bipolar, OCD, agoraphobia. I have extensive experience with adolescents struggling with social/emotional and school/family issues.I am also certified in Behavioral Health and can help you cope with medical issues such as chronic illness and pain. Increase your quality of life! Email:dr.vdor@gmail.com Website: www.newdaypsychology.com or call: 1-847-980-8707
Life Coaching
(847) 980-8707
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Natasha N Noorian  in Highland Park
“At Discovering Hope LLC, I help children, adolescents, young adults, couples and families. With a focus on creating a safe, unconditional, and genuine space, clients are able to explore a variety of concerns through their own lens; following a path that feels most natural and congruent with their present state. It is through this experience that clients feel empowered and motivated to fulfill their own potential, embracing their capacity and desire for personal growth and change. Respecting that the therapeutic process can be a vulnerable experience, it is important that clients feel understood, appreciated and validated.
Life Coaching
(847) 737-1528
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Ellen Mazza, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Highland Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CPT
“If you feel that you are not functioning as well as you'd like to or are not working up to your full potential, therapy can help! I use a cognitive behavioral approach, and behavior modification to help clients achieve their goals. I work with kids as young as 3 up through adults. My innovative and unconventional approach makes therapy fun and unintimidating. I work closely with schools and doctors to provide the best treatment possible.
Life Coaching
(847) 278-2955
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Mona Manning, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Highland Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PC
“My goal is to help you understand the problems you are facing and find meaning and solutions that work best for you.I see therapy as an opportunity for fostering personal growth and achieving emotional maturity. We all face challenges and struggles at various points in our lives. Failure to overcome these challenges can lead to feelings of anxiety and depression, and may impact one's relationship with family and friends. While we can't change the past, therapy and counseling can help uncover long-standing patterns and behaviors that can get in the way of fulfilling relationships with ourselves and others.
Life Coaching
(847) 404-8205
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Gary B Kamen, Psychologist  in Highland Park
“We all experience emotional and physical difficulties from time to time. Often we are able to deal with these life experiences ourselves. Sometimes, however, it is not possible for us to resolve these challenges alone. In these situations professional help is appropriate. Until fifty years ago anyone experiencing psychological and/or physical stress was treated individually. Family therapy grew out of a simple but profound idea: People in crisis can often be best understood and treated within their own famiies. As a certified family therapist, as well as a certified psychoanalyst, I have the education necessary to see both famiies and individuals.
Life Coaching
(847) 984-0292
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Innovative Psychotherapy Solutions, Psychologist  in Highland Park
“Innovative Psychotherapy Solutions is a unique psychotherapy practice providing in-home treatment for those children and adolescents that may benefit from more than just the typical psychotherapy model (e.g., a 45-minute office visit every other week). At the core of our treatment model is at least two, two-hour in-home sessions per week with a Master's level counselor. These sessions involve a blend of psychotherapy (typically cognitive-behavioral therapy), behavior modification, and mentorship - customized to meet the needs of the child or adolescent.
Life Coaching
(847) 379-1356
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Lisa Lang, Counselor  in Highland Park
“We all struggle sometimes. When life's challenges become too overwhelming, gathering the courage to reach out for professional help can be incredibly difficult. I am committed to providing you with a safe, supportive place where we can address the problems you are facing. I specialize in helping individuals and families gain clarity and resolution about distressing thoughts, emotions and behaviors. We will work together to enhance insight and develop personal strengths to help you move forward towards a more fulfilling life.
Life Coaching
(203) 437-4506
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Michael Samuel Maling, Psychologist  in Highland Park
“I discuss issues in a collaborative style when working with individuals and couples. I have over 20 years experience helping patients to minimize or eliminate problems like anxiety, depression, substance abuse, addictive disorders, marital problems, gay and lesbian issues, work related distress, and post-traumatic stress.
Life Coaching
(847) 513-9484
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Cheryl Schultz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Highland Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I focus on working with children and families to help them achieve healthy relationships. For over 30 years I have practiced as a psychotherapist and teacher in parenting centers,schools hospitals and early childhood settings. I have worked in a variety of environments addressing the needs of individuals, couples and families including seniors. Additionally I have been trained as a Lamaze childbirth educator, as a school social worker and in the Theraplay Technique. I recognize that each person who seeks help is unique. I am an excellent listener and and make sure that therapy addresses the needs of the the client I am working with at any given time.
Life Coaching
(847) 416-0138
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Anna L Marcolin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Highland Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“For over 20 years I have had the honor of working with people who have allowed me into their inner lives. I focus on developing trust in a safe environment where people are comfortable in exploring themselves. I have had the satisfaction of working with people experiencing relationship issues, life transition issues as well as problems such as eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and personality disorders. Every person has a story that is unique. Clients tell me I am down-to-earth, "real", and non-judgemental. Please do not hesitate to call to see if I would be a "good fit" for you.
Life Coaching
(847) 416-1956
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Carol O Weinberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Highland Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that psychotherapy can greatly improve a persons sense of well being while bringing balance and harmony back into his or her life. I provide a safe, caring, confidential environment where coping skills are learned and feelings of insecurity, emptiness, hopelessness, anxiety or despair are addressed. I try to establish good relationships with my clients to promote personal growth and development. Our lives are continuously changing. We have to learn to go through difficult transitions by using positive coping skills. With a trusted psychotherapist and a client who is ready to work on their issues, the healing process begins.
Life Coaching
(847) 924-0966
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
David Liberman, Psychologist  in Highland Park
“In over 30 years of clinical practice, I have found that it is crucial to help people to be aware of their strengths as well as their difficulties. Further, to translate that knowledge into effective action and long lasting results. Whether it is depression, anxiety, deteriorating relationships, or a general sense of failure and futility, I have learned that there is almost always a way that can be found that will help each individual to overcome what might inititally seem to be either an insoluble problem or a hopeless situation.
Life Coaching
(847) 920-4968
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Dana Steiner, MA, LCPC, Counselor  in Highland Park
“If you seek a seasoned clinician offering a unique therapeutic experience, you have just met your new therapist!. I critically read the latest findings and personally understand how challenging applying "techniques" can be. I offer hope that through dedicated work, you can live and not simply exist. New to therapy? Had previous negative experiences? Then allow me to show you how a supportive, non-judgemental, respectful, confidential, and calming atmosphere can be transformative. Clients ask "am I crazy?" NO! Seeking counseling indicates you have the ability to know the importance mental health is to overall health. Ignoring problems is crazy.
Life Coaching
(847) 512-8491
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Jody Kroll Rotblatt, Psychologist  in Highland Park
“I have experience in treatment of a variety of difficulties including but not limited to: family conflicts, adolescent treatment, relationship issues, post-partum depression and anxiety, low self-esteem, loss and grief, family and marital difficulties, managing chronic mental health, as well as the treatment of Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Personality Disorders, and Eating Disorders.
Life Coaching
(847) 457-0213
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Cecilia S Greene, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Highland Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with many years of experience treating clients with all the difficulties with which children, adolescents and adults struggle. Some enter treatment because they are wondering how they got to a point in their lives without accomplishing what they thought they should have. Others come because they are encountering too many obstacles during transitions in their lives and have a wide array of treatable feelings including depression, anxiety and anger that are difficult to overcome without help.
Life Coaching
(312) 621-9166
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Jaime Bronstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Highland Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My special areas of focus include: relationship issues, self-development, family issues, anxiety and depression, increasing self-esteem and social anxiety. I have completed training in both cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic theories. I am a strong believer and motivator in encouraging positive change. My passion for helping people improve their lives, coupled with my compassion, understanding, and non-judgement, ends up resulting in successful therapy. I believe in the "here and now." There is no better time to change than today. Life is too short to be unhappy, frustrated, discouraged, and unsettled.
Life Coaching
(312) 715-8947
Highland Park, Illinois 60035

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