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Therapists in Oswego

Leyden DuPage Counseling Service, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oswego
“Experiencing relationship problems, feeling depressed, or anxious? We offer compassionate individual, couples, child/adolescent, addiction, & grief counseling. Short and long-term therapy options available. Short-term therapy is situation and behavior specific. Long-term therapy involves working through deep hurts that may have led to relationship problems, anxiety, depression, uncontrollable anger, or addictive behaviors. We work with your emotions, thoughts, and life experiences to develop new insights and ways of creating positive changes so that you have a better quality of life. You only live one life - Let us help you make it the best one possible.
(630) 733-1899
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Courtney Doyle-O'Brien, Counselor  in Oswego
“I am dedicated to the overall health and well-being of the individual as we build a therapeutic relationship in a safe environment. I believe that working with you in a collaborative relationship is critical to reaching your goals. I value the genuine and empathic relationship that develops as a result of transparent therapeutic work. In other words, we will work together to establish goals and develop a treatment plan that makes sense to you. As your therapist, I will work to be supportive, to provide you with relevant knowledge, and to create an atmosphere that feels comfortable and safe.
(847) 393-8017
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Kristine Gonyon, Counselor  in Oswego
“I believe that the therapeutic process involves collaboration between the therapist and client. As a team, we will work together to increase your mental health and growth. As your therapist, I will provide you with support, guidance, and an empathic environment to explore your thoughts, feelings, and goals. In order to collaborate on your path to health, it is important that there is a strong therapeutic relationship. Therefore, I strive to engage in a trusting and non-judgmental relationship where the client is aware that I value their input throughout every step of the therapeutic process.
(847) 393-8068
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Jamee Kerkman, Counselor  in Oswego
“Sometimes working through life's issues can be a daunting task... whether you are struggling with depressed feelings, anxious thoughts, marital or relationship problems, grieving, divorce or working through another transition in your life. Having an objective person to support and guide you through tough times can bring, not only temporary relief, but long-term change. I work with both individuals and couples, adults and adolescents, to help them learn to cope with stressful life events, improve the nature of their interpersonal relationships, alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety,as well as increase self-esteem.
(630) 282-4839
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Portrait Health Centers - Counseling Services, Treatment Facility  in Oswego
“Founded on the principles of scientific research, and operated under the same model used by the Mayo Clinic, our unique model of having a multispecialty team of healthcare practitioners ensures the comprehensive and objective assessment of the patient and delivery of proven treatment protocols leading to positive patient outcomes. Merely offering hope to individuals and families is simply not adequate. All patients at the Portrait Health Centers are assigned a Patient Coordinator trained to act as a Patient Educator and Patient Advocate not only for the benefit of the patient but for the family, as well. Each patient's coordinator fully explains each option available to them and assists in making the right decision as to the course of treatment. Because all medical specialties are located within the Portrait Health Centers, the Patient Coordinator can help arrange an appointment with any of the departments to insure organized and predictive care. The Portrait Health Centers provide a convenient source for all of the proven technologies and therapies for Depression, Nutritional needs, ADHD and other behavioral and learning disabilities.
(847) 423-8203
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Lisa Brooker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Have you experienced trauma or abuse? Are you sad or anxious? Do you want to improve the quality of your life or relationships? Psychotherapy can end suffering and serve as a path to wholeness. By focusing on the mind, body, and spirit, people can come to a deeper awareness and understanding of themselves, their innate strengths, and how to overcome life's challenges. My therapy practice is a call to engage in the process of self-exploration and discovery. I create a safe, supportive, authentic environment with an emphasis on people's strengths, where change is possible and embraced.
(630) 200-3589
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Deborah Kozlowski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Whether this is your first time seeking out counseling or not, I know finding a therapist who "fits" can be a daunting experience. I understand that it can be difficult to ask for help. We all, however, need support and guidance sometimes. My clients often give the feedback that they feel I am nonjudgmental, approachable, a good listener, but also give helpful feedback. Clients also say they feel a 'connection,' and can open up easily. I am in private practice, so when you call, you know you will be speaking directly to me. I hope to hear from you!
(630) 366-0182
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Sage Acharya, Counselor  in Oswego
“Are you feeling anxious and depressed? Have you experienced a deep sense of loss in life? Grief from the loss of a loved one, or a loss of a sense of self can become debilitating overtime. It can lead to depression, anxiety and loneliness. I believe non-judgmental awareness of thoughts and emotions lead to empathy and empathy leads to healing. With my guidance and support you can feel a sense of freedom and relief from the suffering. I can provide a free consultation over the phone so you can decide if I'm the right therapist for your needs.
(630) 672-0963
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Jan Litvene, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LCSW
“As human beings in a world that can be bittersweet and overwhelming, I view therapy as one way to integrate our life experience, reduce pain, heal loss and accept our present reality. I have multiple years of experience with individuals, couples and families creating safe, supportive and motivating environments where new thoughts and patterns of behavior can develop and grow. I help my clients increase their cognitive and behavioral flexibility, look at their emotional and physical responses to stress and teach them new ways to quiet anxiety, depression and anger.
(773) 321-8300
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Christian Locke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Innovative Behavioral Health (IBH) is a Family Run Practice. My wife, Veronica, and I are Clinical Social Workers/Therapists who founded IBH as a way to empower Individuals, Couples, and Families. I pride myself on my ability to genuinely connect with the individuals, couples, and families with whom I work. I pull from a wide variety of therapy approaches; however, you're more likely to notice my relaxed demeanor and my optimism. I work with many different age groups from teenagers, to adults, to seniors, and I am experienced in navigating and improving complex family and couples relationships.
(630) 672-0319
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Kristen Marie Scott, Counselor  in Oswego
“I believe that, without exception, every individual carries within, the capacity required for healing to occur. As a therapist, it is my honor and privilege to help clients and their families uncover and understand the meanings and feelings associated with their symptoms. Whether the primary client is a child, teenager, or adult, I work collaboratively with parents/couples to ensure that the treatment plan is optimal for the family as a whole. From this perspective, we can then work together to discover more adaptive and creative ways to solve problems, build relationships, and live rich and fulfilling lives.
(773) 362-4001
Oswego, Illinois 60543
“The stress of change including stress in couple or family relationships can be difficult. At times it can require assistance for individuals, parents and children. Relief from such interpersonal stress can come quickly through the use of proven active interventions. While initially uncomfortable for many, we believe that reaching out for assistance is a show of strength. We continue to build on those strengths to achieve positive results for individuals and all family members that might be involved. Our style is to be supportive, taking a non-judgmental listening approach. We are strength-based and strive to reach positive results.
(708) 552-0810
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Julee Barkauskas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“My hope is to create a positive and safe environment for you to explore solutions to issues that are effecting your health, relationships, work, school, and every day life. Through the course of building a trusting relationship and enlightened experience, my hope is that you will be able to address the stressors or unresolved issues you are struggling with. These issues may include anger, resentment, abuse, shame, loss, trauma, abandonment, and physical health difficulties. Throughout the process I respectfully support your values and honor your journey while you discover your true and authentic self.
(630) 373-4927
Office is near:
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Tairi Kearns, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT
“Everyone goes through challenging situations in life, and while you may have successfully navigated through other difficulties you've faced, there's nothing wrong with seeking out extra support when you need it. In fact, therapy is for people who have enough self-awareness to realize they need a helping hand, and that is something to be admired. You are taking responsibility by accepting where you're at in life and making a commitment to change the situation by seeking therapy.
(630) 354-8922
Office is near:
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Leslie Pruyn, LCPC, Counselor  in Oswego
“Do you have chronic stress that makes you feel like your life isn't as enjoyable as it could be? Are there unpleasant life events that still affect you, even after years of trying to resolve your feelings? Don't give up! You can learn effective skills that will allow you to move back to balance from any stress level. I am here to listen, understand and help you start on the path to wellness. We will work together to identify and address your concerns. I will support you in your efforts to create the balanced, joyful life you deserve.
(630) 812-0046
Office is near:
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Brian Rice, Counselor  in Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MSEd, LCPC, CADC, NCC
“Are you unhappy, feeling sad, lonely, drinking/using too much? I can help you to feel happier with yourself. Sometimes, life is a struggle and we need help. I will work, with you, to move you to where you want to be. I will help you to achieve the goals you set for yourself. Eating right, exercise, and rest are all important in helping you feel your best. I believe in the power of self-help groups and practicing your faith/spirituality.
(630) 239-1028
Office is near:
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Marloes Verhoeven, Psychologist  in Oswego
“My clients consistently tell me what a profound positive impact our collaborative work in therapy has made on their lives, especially after they have felt "stuck" for a long time. Being able to "connect the dots," gain insights, and change behaviors can bring great relief and a sense of hope. I enjoy helping individuals, couples, or families cope with past, present, or chronic stressors and regain power and control over their lives and relationships. This is especially true for people who have experienced traumatic events and (as a result) may have symptoms of anxiety, depression, anger, and/or (behavioral) addictions.
(630) 313-4886
Office is near:
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Terri Dalton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, CADC
“I believe in empowering people to reach their full potential by providing services that are strengths-based, practical, holistic, and focused on promoting long lasting change. I work using a style of fostering trust and authenticity,starting where people want and ending when people feel their life and issues have changed and their happiness enhanced. I believe the relationship in counseling is the core issue in treatment. This is particularly important in working with children and adolescents where no work could be done without building a warm, honest, and caring connection. I believe healing comes through the mind, body, spirit connection.
(708) 586-9949
Office is near:
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Shantelle Whitehead (Dr. Shantelle And Associates Ltd), Psychologist  in Oswego
“I enjoy working with children, adolescents, young adults, and parents. I have worked in a residential home for children, community agency, psychiatric inpatient unit, and school setting; subsequently, I have experience working with a variety of issues. Some issues that I particularly enjoy working with include, but are not limited to, behavioral issues, depression, anxiety, anger, trauma, and relational issues. I also enjoy working with athletes and sports-related issues. My approach is warm, accepting, interactive, and collaborative, and I work to tailor treatment to meet a client's individual needs through the use of a variety of treatment modalities.
(630) 318-4770 x308
Office is near:
Oswego, Illinois 60543
Brenda J Barnwell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“My theoretical approach to therapy is based on a strengths perspective, competency-based practice. Psychodynamic, client centered therapy goals of treatment include: improving problem solving skills, increasing communication skills, developing a deeper insight and promoting overall functioning. Individuals, couples, group and family therapy is available. As a clinician, I strive to establish a partnership with my clients to encourage and engage. When a secure base is established, the client’s increased capacity for trust and learning is the direct result. I strive to maintain self-knowledge while promoting a healthy learning environment for the benefit of the client.
(630) 517-3864
Office is near:
Oswego, Illinois 60543

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