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Therapists in Chicago

Jeremy B. Hisaw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My goal as a therapist is to help clients find resolution to the distress they experience during difficult times in their lives. I have seen that such distress often complicates a client's ability for happiness, progress, and growth. Through a solution-focused and cognitive behavioral therapeutic approach, my clients learn the skills they need to make the necessary changes in their lives.
(773) 219-3569
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Stefanie Maxwell, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Seeking help is difficult, and you have started well. I like to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere in which to work on your problems. Whether you have anxiety, depression, or relationship issues, we can work collaboratively to create solutions to make the life you would prefer to live. We can identify and address long-standing patterns that may have prevented you from having healthy thoughts, feelings, and connections to others.
(773) 770-6798
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Erin Alexander, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I feel that much of the work of psychotherapy takes place in the context of the relationship. To that end, I endeavor to create a safe and supportive environment within which a productive working relationship can develop. In this relationship, clients can expect a balance of empathy, respect, and gentle encouragement to do the very difficult work of healing, personal change, and growth. This approach to therapy has enabled me to work successfully with a diverse group of individuals with an array of clinical presentations.
(773) 432-8630
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Centered Therapy Chicago, Counselor  in Chicago
“My approach to therapy is warm, respectful, holistic, and flexible. I believe that everyone experiences difficult emotions or struggles and has the innate potential to use these experiences for growth and renewed strength. With a collaborative approach, I help people to access their body's wisdom by partnering with your physical symptoms. I believe that the body is intelligent and stores the insight of your past experiences. I bring in connections of the spirit, mind, and body to support your whole being, all the parts of who you are and daily life, and the truest expression of who you are.
(773) 273-6384
Chicago, Illinois 60618
IntraSpectrum Counseling, Ltd., Psychologist  in Chicago
“Our staff is comprised of therapists who are deeply committed to helping our clients fulfill their diverse individual potentials and to embrace the full spectrum of their needs and authentic passions. Through a process of self-exploration within a uniquely affirming, validating therapeutic environment, we endeavor to assist our clients in building healthier relationships with themselves (often manifesting in increased self-confidence and improved coping skills) and with others (deepening those relationships and the capacity to be oneself within them).
(773) 750-3505
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Erika Annette Lohmiller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCPC, CADC, MISA, II
“Healing. Clarity. Warmth. Understanding. Patience. Insight. Non-judgement. Validation. Resolution. I believe that you are visiting this site to seek answers and find healing in some pain or distress in your life. I value and endorse the benefits of psychotherapy. Together we can determine the best appropriate fit, style, modality, therapeutic orientation and type of treatment. I believe my clients are the experts in what they need, and I serve to facilitate their process of deepening clarity. I provide clinical consultation and confidential psychotherapy on how people achieve lasting improvements in their self esteem, coping, and well being.
(773) 295-2404
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Briton Holmberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, MDiv
“We live in a hectic, high-pressured world. It can be hard to stay connected to one's true self when managing the stress and expectations of our nonstop culture--especially when life doesn't go according to plan. I provide a safe, supportive, and nonjudgmental environment to help you gain perspective, process past experiences, clarify your priorities, and experience healing and deeper fulfillment. Together we will use sessions to set goals, identify barriers to growth, increase coping skills, and build on your existing strengths.
(847) 416-2655
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you're seeking relief from emotional pain, I offer empathy, clinical wisdom, and an open, nonjudgmental space to explore your life and your self. My job is to listen, reflect and challenge you. I view my role as a therapist as a privilege and will collaborate with you, bringing respect, warmth, skill and creativity.
(773) 669-6943
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Amy Bridgeman, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe it is a privilege to be invited to share in someone's experience. I also believe that each person is unique, and we all struggle sometimes. So, I take a non-judgmental approach to counseling. Since I have an eclectic orientation, I tailor sessions to each person's needs and personality. I approach counseling as a collaborative, relational process.
(773) 257-7516
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Shoshana Kahn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Life can be very challenging. Because I have 27 years of experience, I help you get to your major issues relatively quickly and start your journey of healing right away. I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults who suffer anxiety and depression due to ordinary life experiences such as work, school or parenting. I also work with challenging issues such as familial relationships, loss, death, grief, divorce, commitment difficulties, loneliness. I work with anxiety disorders such as PTSD, shortness of breath, difficulty sleeping, concentrating, focusing, ADD, ADHD, eating disorders, cutting, isolation.
(773) 358-1037
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Jason T McVicker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RDDP
“I have an unlimited belief in the ability of psychotherapy to transform lives. I believe the curative power of being listened to and understood cannot be overestimated. It is the foundation upon which all therapeutic change occurs. I strive to cultivate a safe, supportive environment in which barriers to personal growth are identified, explored and worked through. Mental health services are not a luxury reserved for the few. They are an essential element to overall wellness. Whether in crisis or seeking to know yourself more deeply, I welcome the opportunity to partner with you in your quest for greater fulfillment.
(773) 599-9942
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Danielle Principato, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Life is complicated. At times stress, frustrations, and troubling experiences can make it difficult to experience fulfillment and happiness in our work and relationships. Psychotherapy can help get to the bottom of bothersome thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that are getting in the way. I work collaboratively with adults, adolescents, children and parents to identify and address barriers to success and pleasure in all aspects of daily life.
(773) 831-4002
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Katie Lyons, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“I have over twenty years experience working with clients, couples, families and groups in private practice and at a top academic medical center. I have a home office with a sweet therapy dog, Callie. I believe therapy happens in the context of the therapeutic relationship -- how well you connect with your therapist. When friends ask me for advice on finding a therapist, I suggest they make some phone calls and pay attention to how they feel talking to the person. Give me a call and we can talk about what you are looking for.
(312) 972-6711
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Matthew Winstanley, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My style is open and active in an attempt to meet my client's needs. I believe that successful therapy helps the client find insight into their lives and the competence to improve their functioning. Essentially, I hope that self-awareness leads to healthy changes in various important areas of my client's lives. I also hope to facilitate awareness and use of one's personal strengths - all in a supportive therapeutic atmosphere. Many of my clients seek my assistance with mood problems such as depression, anxiety, and anger. Others look for help in dealing with difficult life transitions.
(773) 245-0236
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Christopher Zurawic, Psychologist  in Chicago
Psychologist, PsyD
“We've all acknowledged at some moment that our lives are not looking or feeling as we'd like. These moments can be a prime opportunity to realign our life - the way we know, somewhere inside, that it can be. I have extensive interest and experience helping those struggling with depression, anxiety, and relational difficulties. You will be personally supported and caringly challenged to lift out of the doldrums of depressive or distracted living, understand the stuck beliefs that keep you spinning your wheels, and understand clearly how to listen to yourself - engaging and taking life in like never before.
(312) 219-9214
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Bridget Gregory at Chicago Cnslng Collaborative, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
“I am a Licensed Associate Marital and Family Therapist specializing in individual, couple, and family therapy. My therapeutic process is strength-based, empathetic, and nurturing. Treatment is personalized based on the needs of each individual client. In a comfortable and supportive environment I help individuals examine their whole self in order to reach the personal change and growth that they are seeking. I work with a broad spectrum of clients and among my areas of interest are young adults, life transitions, self-esteem, communication, couples preparing for marriage, first time parents, blended families, and sexual relationship therapy.
(312) 800-1827
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Greg Rosen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you know what you need to do, but still can't do it? Do you understand how to move forward but find yourself stuck nonetheless? Maybe you know a healthier way to think, but still think the same old way even so? These are some of the reasons people seek psychoanalytic psychotherapy. I have been practicing psychotherapy for over 20 years in various settings including a university student counseling center and public mental health clinics for the seriously mentally ill and have effectively worked with clients struggling with conditions ranging from adjustment disorders (reactions to stress) to schizophrenia.
(773) 752-8808
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Patricia Walker, Psychologist  in Chicago
“NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY FEINBERG SCHOOL OF MEDICINE FACULTY, Instructor in Ethical Psychology Practice. Are you a professional who wants to improve your work life, your important relationships, or your confidence and effectiveness? Perhaps you would like to accomplish more in less time, or become more confident in managing challenging supervisees and team conflict, or take better care of yourself with your own supervisor. Perhaps you would like to improve your work-life balance, or create more satisfying romantic or family relationships. Pursuing therapy is an admirable, reflective way of supporting yourself as you seek to make your life more fulfilling.
(773) 669-5990
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Catherine E. Czerniawski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“Therapy is a truly unique experience that should be based on the varying needs of each individual client. As a result, my treatment approach is customized, integrating the theories and models most appropriate in assisting you to identify your needs and, ultimately, achieve your treatment goals. I am a strength based therapist, as I believe in each individual's capacity for emotional growth and success in all stages of life. I create a warm therapeutic environment that promotes acceptance, empowerment and healing.
(312) 380-0117
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Rebecca Flattery,   in Chicago
“Life is a journey and there are inevitably bumps along the way. I provide clients a safe, open and nonjudgemental environment to help navigate life's greatest challenges. I utilize a strengths based, trauma informed approach and place great value on the therapeutic relationship. While working with clients, my ultimate goal is to allow them to experience life in a meaningful, authentic way.
(312) 697-1876
Chicago, Illinois 60647
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