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Therapists in Inverness

Mary Forbes, Counselor  in Inverness
“Sometimes, life has a way of beating us down. Whether we are children, teens or adults we all experience stressors and conflicts at various times in our lives. Most of the time we can handle our lives pretty well. But then there are those times when we become overwhelmed and have trouble coping with these stressors in healthy ways. We may isolate ourselves, become sad, angry or self destructive. Often, children become defiant, oppositional & throw tantrums. Teens stop talking to parents, become secretive, argumentative and sometimes self abusive. Adults are expected to "handle" things but it simply gets too hard.
(630) 233-9859
Inverness, Illinois 60067
ProActive Behavioral Svcs (Len Schmelkin LCSW), Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Inverness
“I HAVE A KEEN ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND THE NEEDS OF CHILDREN...and this reflects daily in my clinical work. Is your child or adolescent not functioning well in school or at home? Are they struggling with their grades, friendships or family relationships? Sometimes it may be they have yet to reach certain developmental milestones. However, it could also be an indication of a more complicated emotional or learning problem. I have extensive experience working with both school and family systems and feel I am the best therapist to assist you and your family in your time of need.
(847) 416-6789
Inverness, Illinois 60067
Dave Evans, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Inverness
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCPC
“Counseling needs to attend to our whole selves, integrating mind, emotion, and spirit. I like to collaborate with people to promote health and well-being, through relationship and strategic personal work. I offer empathy and connection, and together we create a context for enriching life. What we know about our minds tells us that meaningful changes happen when attention is focused on amplifying and integrating our natural strengths and desire for growth. I understand that unresolved pain often gets in the way of our progress, and I believe that encountering those issues in a safe, trusting relationship is central to healing.
(224) 757-4181
Inverness, Illinois 60067
ProActive Behavioral Services (Katie Forsythe LCPC, Counselor  in Inverness
“My style of counseling revolves around 'You' as the client. I feel that a strong therapeutic alliance and a collaborative approach to treatment are fundamental components in measuring success in therapy. I firmly believe that this 'collaborative approach', which I define as working together to establish your goals and discover various means of reaching them, is a key component to emotional growth. Using your identified strengths, I will work with you to explore which strategies work, as well as help you recognize past approaches that haven't, in order to help you move toward a more comfortable, healthy place.
(330) 408-9196
Inverness, Illinois 60067
Holly Bishop, Psychologist  in Inverness
“Do you feel as if life is a little out of control? Do you have a challenging relationship with a family member, friend, or significant other? Are you wondering about how to navigate the stresses of the times? I can help you develop a positive outlook and specific path to more control and contentment. I am a licensed clinical psychologist with years of experience helping guide people through difficult times. I have practiced in institutional settings, assisted people addressing substance abuse challenges, and worked with adults and adolescents. I am client focused, developing a specific treatment protocol to meet the needs of individuals.
(847) 973-5972
Inverness, Illinois 60067
ProActive Behavioral Services, Counselor  in Inverness
“In times of personal crisis it is natural to feel overwhelmed, alone and disconnected from family, friends and even yourself. As a result, I counsel adults who are experiencing problems with depression, anxiety, stress, grief or loss, relationships, parenting, low self esteem, abuse, gender issues, major life transitions, Adult ADHD, and the Emerging Adult ages 18-30, who is struggling with survival life skills, self-regulation, identity development, building healthy relationships and career decisions. My goal is to help ALL of my clients to improve their lives by managing symptoms, building on their strengths, develop new
(847) 527-8497 x311
Inverness, Illinois 60067
ProActive Behavioral Services - Shirley Horsley, Counselor  in Inverness
“Anxiety, family discord, frustration, anger, despair, confusion, and loneliness are problems in life that interfere in your ability to move forward and achieve goals. When life no longer feels good and is a challenge to navigate, call me. Together we can discover your strengths and develop new ways to approach and solve problems. I provide individual, group, marital, couples, and family counseling, treating a variety of emotional, behavior and cognitive disorders.
(630) 812-0967
Inverness, Illinois 60067
ProActive Behavioral Services: Kaylyn Anderson LPC, Counselor  in Inverness
“Kaylyn is a compassionate, understanding and genuine therapist who specializes in working with children, teens and families. She learned from an early start that children need unconditional love and support to learn and feel safe in their environment. As well as the important fact that not all children learn or succeed in the same setting. Kaylyn began working at a child day care center in Elgin as an After School Day-Care Provider with children ages 3 months to 12 yrs. Kaylyn attending Roosevelt University in Chicago; majoring in Psychology with an emphasis on child development and family studies.
(224) 265-7674
Inverness, Illinois 60067
ProActive Behavioral Services (Raymond Papiernik), Counselor  in Inverness
“It's natural to need people in our lives to help us discover and understand the challenges which may be preventing us from achieving our desired level of peace and happiness. When seeking a Counselor to assist with your struggles, it's important you choose someone with whom you feel a natural connection. This "fit" is a strong determinant in helping you reach your goals. My therapeutic style is empathetic, yet direct, and grounded in my belief that you are fully capable of learning to solve the life issues that challenge you.
(847) 693-7114
Inverness, Illinois 60067
ProActive Behavioral Services (Sheri Obrien LCPC), Counselor  in Inverness
“There are times while moving through life's journey that our marriages and/or our family begin to show signs of struggle and conflict. Maintaining a marriage or raising children/teenagers does not always come easy. Differences of opinions and power struggles often occur and there is never that "darn rule book" that would tell us exactly what to do. The good news is there large body of knowledge in the behavioral health field that allows us to be strategic. This body of knowledge enables us to be effective in our marriages and with raising our children/teens over time.
(224) 265-0840
Inverness, Illinois 60067
ProActive Behavioral Services, Counselor  in Inverness
“It is so important to make the right choice for you when it comes to choosing a counselor. I work from a strength based approach to help you to achieve your "best possible self." We will discuss effective tools you can use to realize the goals you have in mind for yourself. If you are ready to make behavioral changes and see improvement in what you feel is holding you back then give me a call.I will assist you with learning how to better manage your stress, emotions, use healthy coping skills and improve your relationships with others.
(847) 767-2065
Inverness, Illinois 60067
ProActive Behavioral Services, Counselor  in Inverness
“I hope to create a relationship where clients feel safe and accepted to address struggles with mental health issues, personality disorders, trauma/grief, radical changes in their lives - divorce, career, financial, addiction. For clients struggling with distressing emotions, impulsive behaviors, negative thoughts/behaviors, crisis, and/or hopelessness,I provide a renewed focus on goals, resiliency, and hope by providing tools and psychotherapy in individual and group sessions. I build on acceptance, awareness into thoughts and actions, values, coping skills (cognitive behavior and dialectical behavior therapy), and strengths. Coming through and out the other side to hope and light is possible.
(815) 401-4128
Inverness, Illinois 60067
Jennifer L Carroll, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Inverness
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“As a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, I work with individual clients in the diagnosis and treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders and addictions. I work with a diversity of people to better understand their personal psychology and behavior, resulting in new options and positive outcomes. Additionally, I offer assistance for couples struggling with infidelity, communication, conflict resolution and resentment.
(847) 416-0949
Inverness, Illinois 60067
ProActive Behavioral Services - Dr Todd R Lendvay, Psychologist  in Inverness
“There are times when our life, or the lives of family members are no longer as enjoyable as planned. Sadness, arguments, anxiety, and substance use often occur when we experience ourselves going into a direction we don't like. During these challenges, the core of disagreements may simply be a different viewpoint on how a person should live and think. When your challenges become chronic, despite efforts to change, its time to involve professionals. When your way of thinking/behaving no longer progress you towards your goals....it may be time to make the call you frequently thought of making.
(847) 997-2037
Inverness, Illinois 60067
ProActive Behavioral Services (Dr.Marc Oster PsyD), Psychologist  in Inverness
“There are times in our lives when we may feel lost and confused. This may be difficult to admit if we have historically succeeded in many areas of life, when we find ourselves without clarity in the answers we seek. It's not always the easiest step to take reaching out for help from another person in a deep personal matter. I am well aware of these factors when I meet with each of my clients. Therefore, I have found my gentle yet insightful approach has been very effective thru the years of working in a variety of clients.
(224) 654-8278
Inverness, Illinois 60067
Meg O Lukan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Inverness
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCPC
“Meg is an expert in helping people overcome fear and anxiety. Meg works with children, adolescents, and adults to recognize catastrophic thoughts and physical symptoms which prevent them from creating meaningful, lasting change in their lives. She believes that change is the result of self-empowerment, education, and support. Through a collaborative relationship, Meg helps people confront their challenges in a safe environment with the support of their therapist as a coach.
(847) 453-3755
Office is near:
Inverness, Illinois 60067
Michelle Kukla, Psychologist  in Inverness
“If you have ever felt overwhelmed, afraid, or powerless to change a behavior, please give me a call. I have spent years helping children, teens, and adults make positive changes in their lives. We all can have a "bad day". However, if you find your child/teen or yourself having on-going difficulties which impact performance at school/work or is causing persistent feelings of sadness, anxiety, attention difficulties, or sleep disturbance, it may be time to seek professional help. Change is difficult, but with the help of using evidenced based strategies, change can be a reality.
(847) 906-2513
Office is near:
Inverness, Illinois 60067
Jen Schroeder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Inverness
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LCPC, RYT
“I work with individuals across the lifespan, couples, and groups however my specialty is working with women. My Ideal clients are interested in deeper, longer-term work, and are open to emotional exploration and mind-body approaches. My areas of specialization include complex issues related to trauma, abuse or neglect, grief, loss, separation, life transition, relationship difficulties, dissociation, emotional regulation, sexuality, post-menopausal sexuality, eating disorders, body image concerns, and women's issues. I also have significant experience working with cancer survivors and their families as well as in the area of relational violence. Psychological testing services are also available.
(847) 868-3322 x327
Office is near:
Inverness, Illinois 60010
Bill Muhr, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Inverness
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I help people experience relief from their anxiety and from feeling stuck. I offer effective treatment for anxiety disorders that arise from a variety of sources, including trauma and abuse. Most people would not use these words to describe their own experience but might feel disconnected from their own self -- their own feelings, desires and their own "voice." My treatment helps clients reconnect and experience a "life-giving way of life." I also address a variety of common issues such as anxiety, depression, relational conflict, grief and loss, life purpose and life direction.
(847) 920-7419
Office is near:
Inverness, Illinois 60010
Ray Kadkhodaian, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Inverness
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LCPC, PsyD
“Couples therapy has been found to be least effective of all therapies, thus it is important for clients to seek out therapists who are versed in the latest research on couples and marital therapy. Besides having a knowledge base specific to couples work and extensive experience working with couples, I am certified in addictions which has a strong comorbidity with couples issues. The unique couples approach I co-created, called Couples Synergy, works with couples over a 90 day period, and has proven to be extremely effective, and is not offered anywhere else in the country.
(847) 253-9769
Office is near:
Inverness, Illinois 60067

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