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Therapists in Near Eastside - Chicago, IL 60601

“My personal approach to therapy and assessment utilizes a compassionate, non-judgmental, encouraging style. I work with clients to clarify their values, goals, and the meanings they create in their lives with a focus on how they address the five tasks of life: love, work, friendship, self-care, and spirituality. Treatment planning consists of developing strategies and skills to master these life tasks. Forensic work includes Child Custody, Civil Rights Law, Assessment of Damages, and Criminal Sentencing Evaluations in State and Federal Court systems. Assessment work includes Educational/Learning Disability Evaluation, Adlerian LifeStyle Inventory, Identification and Management of Relationship Issues.
(872) 213-7522
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Susan Foti McClanahan, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist on faculty at Northwestern University Medical School. I have been in practice for the last 15 years. I have experience treating a wide range of mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, infertility, and relationship issues. I teach and present at major national conferences and run a busy group practice. With regard to my education, I am a graduate of Duke University. I received my M.A. in Developmental Psychology from Columbia University in NYC, and received my Ph.D. from Northwestern University.
(773) 312-3222
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Corey Wetzel, Counselor  in Chicago
“Whether you are dealing with a difficult break up or trying to navigate a current relationship, life can bring along a lot of ups and downs. I strongly believe in people's potential for positive change and I am here to help you through these times of uncertainty and provide a place for you to voice your sadness or anxiety. I will also help you to explore how to be happier with your life.
(636) 764-6627
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Laura Ann Brownstone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy working with adults and teens who need help coping with life stressors. I have worked for more than 10 years as a therapist in Chicago. As a therapist I help individuals, couples, families as well as groups. I currently see many adults who deal with Recovery Issues. I use creative modalities to help build on self awareness and growth of individuals. My focus now is on couples who strive to build connection with each other.
(773) 649-5107
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Amy L Wilde, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and have been working with children, families and adolescents in Chicago for the past 15 years. For the last 12 years, I have served as a primary therapist at a local children's hospital, providing direct clinical care to children and adolescents within the inpatient unit, partial hospital program and outpatient psychiatry department. I specialize in helping children, adolescents and adults address and overcome issues surrounding mood and anxiety disorders, loss, adjustment issues, trauma, family conflict and social difficulties. Areas of experience include provision of individual, group and family therapy.
(312) 489-8685 x6
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Madelyn Greenberger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW
“Psychodynamic therapy focuses on providing a safe environment from which a therapeutic relationship can grow. Through this experience, feelings and thoughts outside our everyday awareness come alive and can be used for self-understanding and growth. As a result, change tends to occur. I assist clients with a range of life situations and emotional concerns, and am interested in working with individuals who have difficulties in relationships and with anxiety, depression, and self-esteem, and who have experienced parental loss and trauma.
(312) 548-1666
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Sankofa Psychological Services, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Chicago
Drug & Alcohol Counselor
“I believe everyone has the capacity to cope with, improve, or change his or her individual circumstances, despite significant barriers in one's life. I would like to help facilitate this process by working collaboratively with one's identified strength and resources in order to foster organic personal growth and insight. I provide individual therapy to individuals ranging from late adolescence to older adulthood. My clinical interest and experience focuses on substance abuse, mood disorders, chronic mental illness, STD/HIV, LGBTQ issues, and feminism.
(312) 229-0769
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Nancy Norton, Psychologist  in Chicago
“A Clinical Psychologist on the faculty and medical staff of Northwestern University Medical School and Hospital, I work with individuals struggling with a wide range of difficulties, encompassing everything from relationship issues, (eg., conflict, loss, disconnection, etc.) to depression, anxiety, creative blocks, and stress. Together we will work to address your unique struggles and obstacles to self understanding and personal growth. It is within the context of a caring and thoughtful relationship that this insight will develop, allowing a greater understanding of underlying causes and/or patterns so that future repetitions can be prevented and truly new experiences become possible.
(773) 717-2955
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Esther D Shin, Counselor  in Chicago
“Ever experience panic attacks, but have no history of anxiety? Or do you feel sad, angry or irritated at everything, but don't know why? Do you think: "Something's wrong with me"; "I'm not good/smart/thin enough"; I'm a failure"; "Why do I keep making wrong choices". Maybe you're feeling stuck, trapped, and/or lost? If any of this sounds familiar, I can help you to make sense of what's happening, and develop strategies to better manage your life. As you've noticed, it not only affects you; it impacts your relationships with others.
(312) 697-1980
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Anne Harlan Strohm, Psychologist  in Chicago
“A positive, trusting relationship is the foundation of effective therapy. My goal is to help you discover your strengths, cope with stress, improve relationships, heal past trauma, and attain a happier, more fulfilled life. As a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience, I am dedicated to offering compassionate, solution-focused therapy, and helping you make positive, lasting life changes. I have been privileged to help individuals, couples, and families to resolve a range of problems including depression, anxiety, relationship and career problems, parenting and other family issues, grief and loss,substance abuse, and the effects of sexual abuse and other traumas.
(708) 406-7958
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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
Harry Whiteley, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I am a psychiatrist with many years experience. Early on I did eclectic psychotherapy and prescribed very few medications. Now I will use meds. with psychotherapy, when it's called for. I get great satisfaction from seeing a person's anxiety reduce, or their depression lift or self understanding grow. I am more interactive than many other M.D. therapists from what I hear. However it is essential to let people know I have understood them and am dedicated to that. My goal is help people feel better, function better and to learn skills to do their own problem solving.
(312) 698-3105
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Elizabeth Wasserman, Counselor  in Chicago
“Do you feel lost, depressed, or out of control? Are you looking for a compassionate therapist to help you understand what you are experiencing? I provide support and guidance as we explore the obstacles you are facing. I can help you with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, sleep disturbance, fatigue, identity, relationship challenges, grief & loss, trauma, and coping with pain or medical illness.
(773) 669-5941
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Robert Feldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“My clients usually begin therapy when old patterns of feeling and behaving increasingly interfere with their life goals. Whether it's in their work, their personal life or their parenting they feel stuck. Old patterns produce frustrating results and nothing new seems to work. Therapy offers the opportunity to explore and understand what is restricting their growth and offers new ways to solve old problems.
(312) 945-7855
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Karen Washington  in Chicago
“I want to make the world a better place one sex life at a time. Issues I work with include: differences in sex drives, sex addiction, painful sex, having good sex, intimacy building, communication enhancement, sexual dysfunctions/disorders. I also offer pre- and post marital counseling. In addition, I help work through mood and/or personality disorders. I assist with declining intimacy, life transitions, infidelity, addictions, or anything that is further negatively impacting your relationships.
(636) 388-0867
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Angela Razon, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Beginning psychotherapy can be an anxious time for many. Common questions people ask who are contemplating psychotherapy: Is professional help truly needed? Wouldn't reaching out for help call into question my ability to handle things on my own? Whom could I turn to and whose services to utilize? Most of us rely on personal resources such as family and friends for support in times of difficulty. There are moments however, when problems mount and persist, and when talking with a trained, professional helper can bring about positive change.
(312) 386-5135
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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
Theresa Nollette, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I help individuals and couples achieve a more peaceful, and satisfying life by healing obstacles that get in the way. Whether grief over a loss, communication problems, loneliness, conflicts on the job, depression, anxiety, you name it, there is help for you. People report feeling heard and understood by me. They say they have gotten good feedback, concrete suggestions, sincere and honest compassion to face and solve their problems.
(312) 789-5397
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Barbara Noonan, Counselor  in Chicago
“I very much enjoy working with individuals and couples who struggle with self-worth, social adaptation and social isolation which manifest in depression and anxiety. When these issues are worked through, conflict resolution becomes more accessible, especially with couples. Cultivating trust in and comfort with the therapist is of primary importance in helping the client grow and develop.
(888) 352-8042 x1
Chicago, Illinois 60601
David deBoer, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Life is difficult even under the best of circumstances. You may be seeking therapy in order to overcome some blocks to important goals in your relationships or career. Oftentimes these blocks are the result of using ways of coping that once were essential in dealing with important figures and problems from earlier in life, but which now get in the way of positive and healthy emotional and interpersonal functioning. Therapy is an excellent way of using a helping relationship to identify these coping styles, and ultimately to develop more effective ways of relating to yourself and to others.
(773) 312-4384
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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