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Therapists in Bloomington

Michelle Rolley, Counselor  in Bloomington
“It takes strength and courage to begin therapy. I understand life can sometimes be challenging and overwhelming, and it can be hard to know where to turn. There is hope, and I can help. I am passionate about helping couples, adults, teens, and children find their most satisfying and rewarding lives. My therapeutic goal is to provide positive coping skills, insights, and comfort in a safe, secure, and open environment. If you are searching for relief from the struggles of depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, relationships, parenting, or other concerns--I would be honored to work with you on a path towards healing.
(309) 807-1695 x115
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Tomike Y Lana, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC). Many years of my training and clinical work focused on providing trauma informed services to under-served and at-risk populations (children, youth, and adults). Most recently, I worked with refuges and asylum seekers, which required great sensitivity and an unconventional approach to providing psychotherapy. I view psychological difficulties from a holistic perspective. I believe behavior does not exist within a vacuum and healing involves several participants including the therapist. I employ multiple modalities of treatment: Adlerian interventions, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Solution-Focused Therapy.
(309) 751-4716 x36
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Janet Reckard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“I specialize in anxiety disorders across the age span. My hours flexible on an individual basis. I offer Christian-based counseling but can remain secular if desired. I individualize treatment by exploring an individual's strengths, support system, and goals through a cognitive-behavioral approach.
(309) 481-4131
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Mario Dibiase, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“As a solution-focused psychologist, my approach to helping patients is to be practical, rational, and no-nonsense. Patients want real results from treatment, and so my therapeutic approach is customized for each patient, using proven, evidence-based methods that are rooted in the most recent psychological research. In a warm, supportive, and non-judgmental environment, where all patients are treated with the highest respect, we will use a combination of cognitive and behavioral techniques to achieve well-defined goals.
(309) 938-4556
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
“Therapy is a process of growth. It is a process through which an individual, couple or family seeks to find new ways of thinking, coping, living, relating and interacting. This process involves change that is often difficult. Therefore therapy is difficult. While therapy is hard work, my task is to guide and encourage the client through the maze of changes so that their life is lived authentically. To this end my strengths lie in my ability to work with people to foster this change and incorporate it into their lives and thus live healthier, more balanced lives.
(309) 468-4209
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Kathleen Backus, Counselor  in Bloomington
“As a licensed counselor, I strive to assist clients in achieving their life goals. I use an eclectic approach and believe that everyone is capable of reaching their potential. If you are struggling with parenting, depression, domestic violence, or many other issues, I can help you set goals for yourself and work toward achieving them.
(309) 751-4943
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have devoted my practice to assisting my clients restore balance in their individual and relational lives. Because of my extensive training and experience, I am able to adjust my approach to the individual needs of each of my clients.
(309) 228-4638
Bloomington, Illinois 61701
Heather Heinrich, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“Are you struggling with school or work performance? Have emotional concerns gotten in the way of achieving your goals? I will work with you to accurately diagnose concerns, develop treatment recommendations, and work with you on meeting your goals. I enjoy helping clients realize their academic potential, manage difficult emotions, and cope with life transitions. Choosing a therapist who is a good match for you and with whom you feel comfortable is a huge step toward changing your mindset and circumstances.
(309) 392-4766
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Barbara A O'Neal, Counselor  in Bloomington
“I understand that asking for emotional help is one of the more difficult things you might ever do. I tell my clients that if they were in physical discomfort or pain they would call their doctor for relief, and to call a professional counselor is also a way to insure their health and well-being. I assure my clients that with my guidance, and their hard work, whether they are dealing with a life crisis, life transition, relationship issue, ongoing issue, etc, that they do not have to remain stuck, that they can change..
(309) 379-8161
Bloomington, Illinois 61705
Kimberly Hays, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“Are you considering therapy to help you cope with stress, negative emotions or maybe to strengthen self-esteem? If so, my practice may be a good choice for you. My practice focuses on work with adults who seek counseling for personal growth to feel emotionally stronger and more content, or for those who are trying to work through negative feelings connected with relationship concerns, grief and loss, life transitions, depression, self-esteem, or anxiety. I view issues through a cultural lens, being mindful of the influences of society on people's lives. I have special familiarity with issues of young adults from my university background.
(309) 321-0531
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Sandy L Colbs, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“Life is a complicated journey, and I am fortunate to have the opportunity to walk with my clients as they navigate relationships, self esteem, life transitions, losses and change. My practice focuses on helping adults resolve difficult life experiences, whether from childhood or from the challenges of daily life or the inevitable transitions and changes of life as we grow older. I believe that therapy can help people break out of the set patterns of thinking and feeling that restrict us from living our life to our highest potential.
(309) 228-4684
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Heather O'Brien, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“Dr. O'Brien's treatment approach is eclectic in nature, and includes a combination of cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, client centered, and strengths based strategies. She believes this process is best accomplished through helping her client's achieve an enhanced understanding of how they are affected by and interact with the environment around them. She believes no two clients are the same and that treatment style and intervention strategies must be tailored to the individual's needs. When working with small children she focuses on a combination of play therapy and family involvement including behavioral planning.
(309) 439-9264 x38
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Johanna Rayman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am committed to working with individuals and couples who are struggling in their lives either because of a crisis, transition, relationship or long standing issue that one keeps bumping up against. By providing a safe space together we can explore your thoughts/ feelings and increase your understanding of self and others. Self-awareness leads to change and personal growth.
(309) 265-0690
Bloomington, Illinois 61701
Psychology Specialists, Ltd., Treatment Facility  in Bloomington
“Covering much of Central Illinois, Psychology Specialists includes more than 25 clinicians with extensive training and diverse areas of expertise. The practice has offices in Bloomington, Decatur, Effingham, Peoria, Pekin, Canton, Pontiac, Evanston and more! Since opening in 2002, Psychology Specialists has grown to offer a multitude of evaluations and therapies to patients of all ages. When you call, our kind and caring staff members are happy to help you find the most convenient location and weigh options to determine the clinician whose skills will serve you best.
(309) 354-4143
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Mary K Dellorto, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“I use a solution-focused treatment approach. I see every client as unique. I believe that, to facilitate change, the therapist must fully understand and work within the client's worldview, collaborating with the client to solve the problem. In my experience, there is no one way to solve a problem - that resolution must be unique to the client. When you become my client, your well-being becomes my concern. I will work hard to help you meet the goals that you have in therapy or to find the answers to the questions that you have in your life.
(309) 664-6952
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Lisa N. D. Flanagan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I specialize in grief and bereavement. My 16+ years of hospice experience has led to my passion for working with people in grief. Both as a guide and a witness, I can assist my clients in weaving their loss into the larger tapestry of their lives. We are a society that fears death and dying, thereby complicating grief. My grief work with clients includes children, adolescents, and young and older adults.
(309) 365-6072
Bloomington, Illinois 61701
Jason Vasquez, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“My name is Dr. Jason Vasquez and I have recently opened an office for the general practice of counseling and psychotherapy. I treat adults for depression, anxieties, phobias, and similar emotional concerns using cognitive, behavioral, and interpersonal methods that have scientific support of their effectiveness. I believe in working collaboratively with my clients to develop a treatment plan that helps address their concerns and that is tailored to their own unique needs.My methods are aimed at helping clients find solutions in the here and now; they are active, directive, and educative.
(309) 807-1888
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Jennifer Imig Huffman, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“Dr. Jennifer Imig Huffman is a Developmental Neuropsychologist formally trained in pediatric, adult, and geriatric Neuropsychology. She understands the conditions that can impact the well-being of an individual across their lifespan, and the impact these conditions can have on the family. She has 20 years combined training/clinical experience in brain and behavior functioning in children and specializes in the following conditions: Attention & Executive Functioning; Autism Spectrum Disorder, Asperger's, & Tic Disorders; Learning Disabilities (including nonverbal learning disability); Attachment & Sensory Processing difficulties; Head Injury/Concussion; and Anxiety, Mood Disorders, and Temper Tantrums/Meltdowns.
(309) 661-8046
Bloomington, Illinois 61701
“I am a future-focused, success-based therapist who will help you meet the goals you set for yourself. My philosophy is that once you have scheduled the appointment, change is already happening. My approach is to build off your current and past successes. People get stuck in negative perceptions of themselves and the world around them. My approach is to reconfirm one's skills and abilities so that they can continue to move forward.
(309) 784-4698
Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Mary Horgan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCPC
“If you are considering therapy I would appreciate the opportunity to talk with you to see how we might best work together. Over the past 28 years I have gained extensive experience working with adults, teenagers and families in various clinical settings including the Center for Human Services, Illinois Wesleyan and here at Professional Associates. I typically use a solution-focused brief therapy approach with my clients, many of whom have problems with mood and anxiety disorders, grief/loss issues, physical illness or are struggling with other significant life stressors.
(309) 228-4772
Bloomington, Illinois 61701

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