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Therapists in Chicago

Alison McGannon, Counselor  in Chicago
“The relationship, connection, and trust between a client and therapist is the true measure of how helpful the counseling experience will be for an individual. In order to build that type of connection I approach each individual with an open-minded, supportive, and empathic style. I provide a counseling experience that allows a person to heal and grow in ways that allows them to recognize their own strengths, and how those strengths can assist them in working toward a more positive and rewarding future.
(773) 904-0239
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Anna Minkov, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life can be challenging even under the best of circumstances... You may be feeling stuck, worried, anxious or depressed in ways that affect your social, school or professional relationships, color social interactions, or deter you from reaching goals or being the person you want to be. These difficulties may derive from ways of coping that were essential in dealing with important figures or circumstances earlier in your life. Therapy can be a powerful way of using another relationship to identify these coping strategies and their reasons for being, developing a more effective way of being yourself and relating to others.
(773) 997-2481
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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
Danielle Kepler, Counselor  in Chicago
“Originally from the Pennsylvania area, Danielle has found her clinical practice in Chicago to be inspiring and intellectually impactful. As a traveler herself, she has appreciated learning how to connect with people in other cultures. Her kind spirit and attentiveness create a comfortable and safe environment for her guests to find their inner potential. She has tremendous experience with evidenced based therapies with an emphasis on skills such as emotional regulation, mindfulness, acceptance and other thought techniques. Her work with those in crisis in hospitals, with the mentally disabled, & their families taught her the importance of flexibility with therapeutic interventions.
(312) 675-4885
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Kourosh Dini, MD, Ltd., Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I offer work in helping others with relationships, work, and an understanding of themselves. Clients with whom I work are often creative and interested in becoming productive while finding richness in their lives.
(312) 544-0676
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Scott A Kaplan, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Having worked in college counseling centers and private practice, I am flexible and competent with both short-term and long-term therapy. I work with clients aged 18-65 and particularly well with first-time clients adjusting to the idea of therapy. I'm best suited for issues related to relationships, love, family, ADHD and learning disabilities, major life transitions, drugs/alcohol, sexuality/pornography, depression, anxiety, and grief and loss. I work especially well with people trying to become more interpersonally effective, people going through divorce or preparing to get married, and people recently diagnosed with ADHD.
(312) 698-3455
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Megan K Share, Counselor  in Chicago
“How can I help you? Life and relationships can be challenging and I applaud you for exploring psychotherapy as a way to manage these challenges. I believe strongly in the power of psychotherapy and the therapeutic relationship; developing greater insight, exploring news ways of thinking, creating new coping strategies, having a place to discuss issues openly and honestly, strengthening your communication skills, learning more about yourself, and gaining self-esteem can improve your quality of life immensely. So, if you're ready to explore these ideas, I am here to help you to work on achieving your personal goals!
(773) 295-2837
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Kathleen Check, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe we all have the ability to heal from life stressors and suffering. I use an integrative approach to draw upon each person's individual inner resources. I tailor the therapeutic experience to meet the unique needs of each person. I strive to create a safe, supportive, and understanding environment to openly explore and discuss issues, as well as working to facilitate growth and self-acceptance. It takes courage to seek counseling/therapy. I work to respectfully collaborate and to assist in gaining a deeper understanding, while also helping to identify solutions towards a more satisfying and fulfilling life.
(312) 701-0727
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Nathan Dougal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“During the lifespan people can experience suffering or emotional pain. Some are in need of relief from the manifestations, or even symptoms, of emotional pain. Others are curious to understand the source(s) of the suffering. Exploring emotional pain and its origins can lead to knowing oneself more deeply (including talents and other positive qualities). Some considering therapy are seeking to enhance their abilities to relate to significant people in their life. Any of these are good reasons to consult a well-trained and experienced therapist. I am available for such consultation, which can lead to a collaborative plan tailored to you in order to explore and ease any of the above impedances to leading a more satisfying and meaningful life.
(773) 669-7987
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Emily Edelman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My approach is individually tailored for each client. I believe the ability to connect with others relies on providing a safe, secure environment to discuss personal issues. Relationships and associated experiences often reveal themselves in the daily decisions we make and our day-to-day interactions with others. Therefore, understanding our experiences and relationships as well as being self-aware are the foundations of a balanced well-being and healthy life.
(773) 451-9382
Chicago, Illinois 60623
Mary E. Connors, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I view psychotherapy as a conversation in which each participant plays an active role. Each course of treatment is different because it must be specifically tailored to a unique individual. I strive to provide a warm, respectful, and empathic relationship within which it becomes more possible to make desired changes. My style of doing therapy supports insight and behavior change through a combination of self exploration, action oriented techniques, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). I am particularly interested in working with women's issues, including body image and eating concerns, self esteem, relationships, and work/life balance.
(773) 888-4484
Chicago, Illinois 60602
“In my practice, I work with men and women, individuals and couples. I focus largely on the dynamics and the contexts in which people live, both in their current relationships and in the ones that helped to shape them. I help people through the transitions of their lives, through loss and "stuck" places, past the obstacles to achieving meaning in life and intimacy in relationships. I work in a cognitive/directive and very open personal style.
(312) 725-4666
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Mark Petroelje, Counselor  in Chicago
“My approach is warm, collaborative, and insight-oriented, as well as highly attuned to the effects of trauma, stigma, and shame. I focus on providing a therapeutic environment of acceptance and affirmation, promoting an authentic expression of self, and facilitating emotional healing. I believe in helping clients understand how past experiences impact their current behaviors and relationships, and we will utilize the therapeutic relationship to foster self-awareness and interpersonal skills.
(773) 717-5615
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Nancy Curotto, Psy.D., Psychologist  in Chicago
“I've had the privilege of helping individuals recognize their emotional needs and develop the skills to achieve wellness for over 15 years. I offer clients a specialized setting where they can develop an awareness and understanding of how their past/current relationships, childhood and adult experiences have influenced their lives, career choices/satisfaction; and overall happiness. My approach includes exploring mental/emotional, spiritual, and physical needs as well as identifying my client's strengths and gifts. I embrace the importance and uniqueness of diverse cultural backgrounds and their influence in one's life. My treatment style is interactive and specially tailored to each client.
(312) 229-0656
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Ayako Konno, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, anxious or stressed-out? Have you been feeling down, or stuck? I provide psychotherapy, assessment as well as consultation to adults, children and families experiencing various issues. I have extensive experience helping clients struggling with cultural adjustment, trauma, anxiety, relationship/family conflict, self-image, depression, and school-related issues. I believe in each person's strengths and resilience, and encourage clients to actively participate in sessions toward treatment goals that are produced collaboratively.
(312) 257-3730
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Elizabeth Messana, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe that if one can find a middle path between active passivity and apparent competency, the theory of change that we can create together will be uniquely beneficial and worthwhile.
(847) 379-5302 x304
Chicago, Illinois 60607
Michael W Glavin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Is a relationship causing you pain? As a relationship expert, I help both couples and individuals get what they truly need, either individually or through the relationship itself. I will help you (each) get in touch with what you're deeply wanting, and be able to express those desires in a healthy, positive way that others can hear. From this place of strength, fundamental transformation is possible, either to let go of a harmful relationship or to create a relationship that is vibrant and a source of sustaining joy.
(312) 625-1729
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Bryce Hella, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Chicago
“I focus on research-supported therapies for children, adolescents, and young adults who are struggling with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, self-injury, chronic suicidal thoughts, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), behavior difficulties, and those dealing with chronic or acute medical concerns (e.g., diabetes, weight management, cancer). My therapeutic approach combines a supportive, validating demeanor with goal directed, hands-on coping strategies that are learned, practiced and used to reduce distress. Sessions focus on the present, although the past is explored insomuch as it is affecting current functioning. I also conduct psychoeducational, learning disability, ADHD, and diagnostic assessments for children and adolescents.
(312) 647-2051
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Julie Safranski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Through diet and exercise we manage our physical health, but it's as important to invest time exploring and resolving personal issues as a means of caring for our mental health. At times, stress can be overwhelming and it can be hard to manage day-to-day. My objective is to create a safe, non-judgmental space to offer support and guidance to individuals and families. I have a down-to-earth, easy-going and collaborative approach to therapy. As clients identify their strengths, the focus becomes about generating solutions, developing healthy ways of coping and making positive decisions that ultimately improves their outlook.
(773) 295-2405
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Alison Kramme, Counselor  in Chicago
“Looking for relief from symptoms of depression, anxiety or low self esteem? Perhaps you are struggling in your current relationship to feel heard, to increase intimacy or to quit arguing? Through our work together I will help you find positive alternatives to negative thoughts, beliefs, feelings and behaviors that are keeping you from fully understanding and accepting yourself and connecting with others. Together we will establish realistic goals, monitor growth and change and celebrate rewards, while learning to accept the things that can't be changed. Clients see me as non-judgmental, empowering, and active in their quest for healing.
(312) 789-5398
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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