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Therapists in 60005

Raquel Flores-Maki, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Social Worker specializing in helping people on issues of self-esteem and emotional balance through a body-mind connection. I have over 15 years of experience as mental health professional. I specialize in Active Therapy, which combines exercise and process therapy in order to attain a healthier more productive lifestyle. I believe in exercise as a way to cope with daily life stressors, self-esteem and overall being. In addition to being a prominent therapist, I am a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer as well as a group fitness instructor.
(847) 607-6521
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Christopher D. Watson, Psychologist  in Arlington Heights
“I believe that good treatment starts with a solid treatment plan and a good fit between the therapist and the client. I am holistic in my approach to addressing cognitive, social, personality, spiritual, and biological (e.g., sleep and diet) needs relevant to my clients' concerns. My practice strives to treat every individual as if he or she were our own family member.
(847) 469-4851
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Stephanie Loda, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Our lives are full of stress and pressure. Many people are feeling depressed or anxious, having trouble coping with the multiple stresses of life, or wanting to improve personal relationships. My approach is very interactive. I work with each client to develop a personalized plan to meet individual goals. If you are willing to try, together we can make the changes in your life that will provide more satisfaction, peace and fulfillment.
(847) 794-8899
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Barbara Collinson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“Are you feeling dissatisfied with life, your relationships, and stuck in self defeating patterns of coping with stress. I am an experienced licensed clinical social worker who can help you move forward succesfully. Whether you are looking for a therapist for the first time or have had an experience in therapy, we can can begin to work on the issues keeping you stuck, repeating dissatisfying patterns and finding yourself depressed or anxious. These emotions, insecurities or silent self beliefs interfere with accomplishing life and relationship goals. We can find a new map that will help you find more satisfaction in your work and relationships, especially the relationship you have with yourself.
(847) 920-7272 x1
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Lynda J. Brown,   in Arlington Heights
“For thirty years I have had the privilege and honor of hearing my client's stories and learning about their lives. In the context of a safe, collaborative and suportive therapeutic relationship, they explore past and present issues which impede their quality of life. I help couples, children and individuals choose creative solutions for conflicting demands in the relationships they have to themselves and between others. From a systemic approach to human behavior, therapy is problem focused. Clients isolate and prioritize areas of stress, manage symptoms such as depression/anxiety, and develop stratgies for effective behavioral change.
(847) 920-7104
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
“"You are not alone." Everyone sometime in their lives experiences feelings, thoughts, situations or relationships that are painful, overwhelming, confusing or stressful. Psychotherapy is the process in which you and I work together to identify your concerns, set goals and discover solutions. I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to your individual needs. I start by creating a safe, warm and trusting environment in which together, we can attain your therapeutic goals.
(224) 231-4077
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Kathryn Fleming, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Arlington Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LAMFT
“I entered the field of psychotherapy in order to help guide those who are struggling internally towards overall wellness. I take a gentle, integrative approach to treatment, guiding my clients towards a better understanding of themselves, their strengths, and increasing their motivation and ability to make positive changes in their lives. I specialize in helping clients balance their connection between mind and body. I have a passion for working with children, adolescents, and those who are struggling with medical issues and physical limitations.
(847) 241-4724
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Edward Oriole, Counselor  in Arlington Heights
“I am trained in Rational Emotive Behavioral therapy and the Psycho-dynamic models. My experience includes work with adolescents and young adults with behavioral and/or mood disorders in both outpatient and residential settings. At Northwestern I studied psycho-therapeutic practices while learning new breakthroughs in treatment. The program was conceptualized in the context of ethics, multiculturalism, lifespan development, advocacy and community outreach. I am as dedicated to helping fellow military and police personnel who are currently or formerly serving as I was while I stood shoulder to shoulder with them in the trenches and on the streets.
(847) 453-3739
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Lessi Smebakken, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“Welcome to my practice where you will find a supportive atmosphere as you work through life's problems and challenges. Using conventional and alternative approaches, I evaluate each client's strengths and develop a framework through which change can take place. Over the past 20 years, I have found that the individual is the best judge of his/her own needs and wants. The problem is how to find that "inner voice" that each person can trust. I consider myself a change agent who can assist the individual to trust in themselves.
(847) 920-7325
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
“I work with individuals in a collaborative way. This approach allows for an authentic experience for those who are interested in understanding how lifestyle concerns impact one's relationships. I'm interested in helping clients understand how their distinctive experiences affect mood and emotion. I expecially focus on the ways individuals are impacted by their cultural experience and how that impacts life circumstances.
(773) 966-2383
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Rebecca Lynn Leifeld, Counselor  in Arlington Heights
“Do you suffer from intense emotions, experience difficulty regulating your stress in this chaotic, high speed environment? Do you have difficulty managing relationships, coping with life changes, and or regulating your moods? I have developed a practice helping children, adolescents, and adults bridge the gap between where they are and where they would like to be. I am passionate about helping others and provide encouragement to people trying to reach their goals. I ensure a safe environment for people to explore their thoughts and feelings and identify the tools that they need to improve their quality of life.
(847) 708-4527
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Whitney Freeman Tschan, Psychologist  in Arlington Heights
“I am passionate about helping individuals, couples and families both understand their challenges and create a pathway to healing. I believe the first step in this process is to find the right therapist and establish a trusting, honest, and mutually respectful relationship. I meet clients where they are and help them gain skills in such areas as emoitonal regulation, stress management, communication, parenting, problem solving and relaxation techniques.
(847) 906-2414
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Mario Giacomuzzi, Psychologist  in Arlington Heights
“As a psychologist I specialize in helping clients when life is difficult. I work with a wide age range from children to older adults. Whether it's Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, relationship conflicts or family problems, work/school issues, confidence issues, or drug/alcohol problems, etc., I will assist you to make positive changes and help you to take control over the things you can. When you start to see the benefits, you will feel empowered to keep moving forward.
(847) 457-0139
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Dr.Iwona Konczak, Psychologist  in Arlington Heights
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who provides psychotherapy and psychological testing to adults, adolescents and children. I focus on assisting individuals, couples and families in overcoming obstacles to life-satisfaction, self-fulfillment and personal success. I believe that a successful therapy experience occurs within a unique therapist-client relationship that is safe,collaborative, empowering and person focused. I draw from a range of treatment approaches to tailor treatment based on the presenting problem, current research, and the unique circumstances and personal attributes that are unique to you.
(847) 737-4715
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Kerry Ito, Counselor  in Arlington Heights
“I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, who has been part of the Lighthouse Emotional Wellness Center since its beginning in 2002. Prior to becoming a clinical counselor, I worked as a corporate consultant and analyst for companies such a Banker's Life & Casualty, Chicago Tribune, and Harris Bank. My time working for these large businesses allowed me to experience the corporate world, but also led me to search for a more holistic career eventually landing in my life's work of being a psychotherapist. I specialize in working with those struggling with emotional regulation difficulties, PTSD, and trauma.
(847) 416-6236
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Peter Dodzik, Psychologist  in Arlington Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PsyD, ABPdN, ABN
“I specialize in the assessment and treatment of children and adults with neurological and neurodevelopmental disorders. My particular practice specialties include dementing disorders, ADHD, Sleep Disorders, dyslexia, pervasive developmental disorders and children with complex medical conditions such as epilepsy, traumatic brain injury, genetic and toxic/metabolic disorders. I am a Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology at Indiana University Medical School in Fort Wayne, Indiana where I teach courses in psychiatry to second year medical students including lectures on autism, Asperger's Syndrome and neurodevelopmental conditions. I am also an Adjunct Professor at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Schaumburg, IL.
(847) 577-0904
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Katrina Christie, Counselor  in Arlington Heights
“I have over 13 years professional experience as a counselor helping people overcome many of life's challenges. I am trained in and have successfully guided people using an array of therapeutic techniques to meet the individual needs of each person. I focus on individuals, couples and families suffering from depression, anxiety, mood disorders, self-esteem concerns, weight management, and many other overwhelming personal issues. I enjoy helping others build the confidence and skills they are searching for in order to lead a richer and more fulfilling life.
(847) 920-7204
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Dana McKennon, Counselor  in Arlington Heights
“Psychotherapy is a precious process. I believe that people are amazingly resilient and therapy is effective at maximizing an individuals potential. I help children, families, couples, or individuals gain new knowledge of self and others. I am personable and light hearted and I meet people at whatever stage of life they are in. I work collaboratively with the client(s) to develop goals and I implement cognitive behavioral interventions when necessary. I encourage you to contact me and take the next step in your personal growth. I look forward to our time together.
(847) 665-9991
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
The Lighthouse Emotional Wellness Center, Treatment Facility  in Arlington Heights
“The Lighthouse, was the first emotional wellness center of its kind to open in the Midwest, located in Arlington Heights, Illinois, and serving the Greater Chicagoland Area. Opened in June 2002, The Lighthouse originally only offered marital services and quickly began to branch out from there offering a variety of therapy and psychiatric services as the need demanded. The Founders, Dr. Ray & Rev. Jean Kadkhodaian, having an extensive background in the mental health field, began to see a need for an integrative approach when treating mental and emotional health, since the standard treatment approach seemed to favor the use of medications. Hence, today The Lighthouse offers a plethora of traditional and integrative services in order to provide as many resources necessary to treat the overall health and wellness of each and every client.
(847) 393-4435
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Aaron McMahon, Counselor  in Arlington Heights
“I believe that we all have some area of our lives that we would like to change. My passion is to walk with individuals who want or need this change. For change to take place in treatment we need clear direction with measurable goals, a strong sense of hope, and a good fit between the therapist and client. I take a holistic approach to counseling that addresses the physical, intellectual, emotional, social, ethical, and spiritual needs of the client. I would love to be a part of your change process.
(847) 278-2996
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005

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