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Therapists in Antioch

James Michehl, Counselor  in Antioch
“Are you having difficulty raising your child? You are not alone. Some common issues faced by today's parents: Problems in school, bad grades, frequent detention, teachers calling you, violence towards siblings and others? drinking, Drugs, arrested and other antisocial behavior? Are you and your significant other at wits end and not sure where to turn?
(847) 607-1737
Antioch, Illinois 60002
“"What is the impact of my personality on my self, my significant other, and my family/work relationships?" By answering this questions, clients/patients identify and eventually change self-defeating habits, beliefs, and patterns caused by trauma, substance abuse/addiction, and chronic stress. Signs of negative impact include anger, low mood,multiple marriages, work problems, and eventually job loss.
(847) 512-8681
Antioch, Illinois 60002
Susan White, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Antioch
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Through my work, I help people create personal transformation from the inside-out. I interact most effectively with clients who are willing to delve into their own beliefs, meanings & behaviors with a sense of accountability and curiosity. For most people, coaching or counseling is not only helpful, it is often essential in order to fully understand the ways we might contribute to our problems or undermine what we say we desire in our lives.
(224) 643-0758
Antioch, Illinois 60002
Richard Jezioro, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Antioch
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People seek help when they are unhappy, feeling distressed, with some aspect of their life. Most are aware of the source of the distress, though not all. Taking the time to work on and resolve problems is an investment in yourself and achieving resolution will free up energy to use elsewhere in your life. As therapy proceeds and the distress becomes resolved there is a discussion as to how to proceed. Often it is time to end therapy. Even though therapy has ended, you are always welcome to return. "My door is always open."
(224) 306-9993
Office is near:
Antioch, Illinois 60002
James Donald LCPC, Counselor  in Antioch
“I offer my clients a wealth of life experience as a church parish pastor (21 years), a professional counselor in private practice, community mental health, and Employee Assistance case management (17 years), a husband (married 40 years), father (39 years), and grandfather (6 years).
(847) 305-3408
Office is near:
Antioch, Illinois 60002
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