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Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Chicago, Illinois.

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Therapists in Chicago

Scott Ambers, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a clinical psychologist with 31 years of experience. I earned my PhD from Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine and have worked in various clinical settings at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Over the past ten years, I have devoted myself exclusively to my private practice. The primary difficulties I treat involve anxiety, stress, depression, and conflict in relationships. I work collaboratively with patients in identifying problem areas and therapy goals. Depending on an individual's unique circumstances, therapy might be as brief as a few sessions or as lengthy as many years.
(312) 409-4147
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Alexander E. Obolsky, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“From time to time, our lives take an unexpected turn for the worse. We may suffer injury; succumb to physical or emotional illness, or experience conflict, loss, misfortune. Trauma and chronic disability may affect our loved ones or us. Life adversities may temporarily overwhelm our ability to carry on. We may turn pessimistic, doubtful, and hopeless. Feel demoralized, worried, and anxious. Suffer sadness, distress, and anguish. Become angry and resentful. Feel distrustful and quarrel with others. Recognize our isolation and loneliness. At such times, we could benefit from a psychiatric evaluation and treatment, including psychotherapy and prescription medicine.
(312) 436-1329
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Elise F Lennard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW, ACSW, BCD
“In 30+ years of practice, I have seen individuals, couples, and families dealing with a wide variety of concerns. I try to provide my clients with an accepting, supportive environment in which they can openly express themselves. I view therapy as a collaborative endeavor. In line with this, I see myself as actively engaging clients in a process of better understanding themselves and figuring out ways of making the changes they seek. I have extensive experience in psychodynamic psychotherapy, couple counseling, and family systems work, and see clients in short term solution-focused treatment as well as longer term intensive therapy.
(773) 312-3556
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Kanika Shukul, Counselor  in Chicago
“I strongly believe in every individual's unique ability to bring about meaningful changes through self - awareness. I facilitate this process by providing a supportive and nurturing environment for clients to work through barriers that prevent them from living fully in their lives. I understand that every client's personal journey is unique; therefore, my approach is tailored to fit the specific needs of each client.
(312) 985-9746 x7294
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Anne-Marie C Nicolas, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and Reiki practitioner. I am dedicated to improving the lives of my clients by offering a holistic approach to mental health treatment that combines my clinical knowledge with the healing practice of Reiki. My orientation to therapy is humanistic and client-centered; I believe in walking with my client on their journey to wellness and supporting individual change through empowerment. I am open to all faiths, beliefs, and backgrounds. My areas of specialty include holistic health and self discovery, substance abuse treatment, and family case law consultation.
(773) 696-4920
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you are like many women today you have spent your entire life trying to help others. You try to help those you work with, those in your family, those you love and maybe even those you don't. While this goal feels good sometimes, when it doesn't seem to be working when arguments come up, when you feel worried or exhausted, you begin to wonder why is this so hard? Perhaps you are even feeling discouraged, sad, or depleted. It is very common for busy women today to feel like this.
(708) 813-2707
Chicago, Illinois 60643
Caitlin Berg, Counselor  in Chicago
“Change can be difficult, but sometimes not changing can be even more painful. We often find ourselves stuck and in need of movement but require a little guidance in finding a new direction for our life. I am a licensed clinical professional counselor that helps to facilitate that change by using your own passions and life experiences to direct you toward a more fulfilling future. I have several years experience working in mental health with a wide range of concerns including: adolescence, life transitions, depression, anxiety, career change, becoming a new parent, and existential concerns.
(312) 487-2564
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Jane E Dillingham, Counselor  in Chicago
“My practice is based on the relationships I develop with my clients. How you and I work together evolves out of the process of getting to know one another. We learn to trust, to listen, not judge, and to respect each others' choices. My initial focus is to help you identify your areas of concern and examine those areas. As our relationship deepens, we will focus on what you are ready to work on -- when you are ready to work on it. Today, you are looking at options for change; I can help you consider your path.
(773) 989-9224
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Jennifer Foley, Counselor  in Chicago
“The decision to begin therapy is not always an easy one, but it is often the first step to a more fulfilling, authentic and happy life. I like to tailor therapy to the needs of the individual by providing a comfortable and supportive environment that will allow guests to share their feelings, challenges and hopes. Together we can identify unhelpful patterns, how they began and how they can be released to allow for better habits, communication and relationships. I also help guests gain insight into their thoughts, feelings and behaviors to reduce symptoms, cope with traumatic events and establish future goals.
(312) 651-6912
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Kathy Bingham, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Focus in therapy initially addresses the obstacles that bring a client into the therapy process. These stressors often include relationship difficulties, balancing career and personal life, addressing grief, loss or trauma, or adapting to health problems as well as searching for personal meaning in life. Addressing depression and anxiety and helping to develop adaptive coping strategies become integrated, as well. As therapy progresses, clients often continue to problem solve, as well as to articulate the ways in which their personal histories may be incorporated into their life dilemmas, and choices, and work to find meaningful direction in their current lives.
(312) 251-1440
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Aparna Mehra, Counselor  in Chicago
“My aim in therapy is to help people reach their full potential in life. I do this through developing a strong relationship with those I work with. Through this working relationship, it is my goal to assist individuals in breaking free of past conditioning through self-discovery and self-awareness. I help individuals, discover their strengths, make better choices, and transition from their internal critical conversation to an accepting and soothing voice of confidence and love.
(888) 870-1775
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Sarah Gross Hurley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a masters level Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I specialize in adolescents and young adults with over 8 years experience doing individual and family therapy. I've facilitated groups for teens and young adults focusing on empowerment, social skill building, and coping mechanisms. I've also worked in a psychiatric hospital setting, and feel confident in my abilities to manage crisis level care. This includes, facilitating family sessions and assisting young people in using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to feel in control of their emotions. My clients value my style of providing ongoing feedback, support, and challenging negative thought patterns.
(312) 854-2079
Chicago, Illinois 60643
Jena H Stallings PhD LLC, Psychologist  in Chicago
“As a licensed clinical psychologist I specialize in the treatment of mood, anxiety and personality disorders. I have received training in empirically supported treatments such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. I also have expertise in relational approaches to psychotherapy and the treatment of personality disorders. In addition I have advanced training in psychological assessment including diagnostic, educational, and personality assessment. I am currently a Contributing Services Faculty member at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago. In this role, I teach clinical psychology graduate students in the area of psychological assessment including personality assessment.
(773) 328-8730
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Ndidi Onyejiaka, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I emphasize a dual approach toward addressing mental health and emotional needs of both new and existing clients. The first emphasis focuses on gaining an understanding of your concerns through a "talk therapy" and listening approach. We can talk together about the possibility of introducing medication to the initial treatment or continuing mental health treatment with medication amendment to your treatment plan. I treat individuals, couples, families, and groups of all ages. I am also fluent in Spanish and welcome Spanish-speaking clients.
(312) 614-0728
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Silvia Acosta, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“Do you catch yourself constantly drifting into "auto-pilot" without even realizing it? If you're like me, you could really do with a gentle push in a safe and structured environment to help you reconnect with your present-moment experiences and values as you go about your life. My approach is client-centered, with an emphasis on empowerment, acceptance, and building healthy behavioral repertoires. During sessions, I combine traditional talk therapy with experiential techniques that allow for a direct experience of the full self - mind, body, and spirit. Some of these practices include: mindfulness, controlled breathing, and guided imagery.
(786) 250-6951
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Alexandra DeWoskin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a conversational therapist and attempt to establish a comfortable environment that allows for humor and examples to clarify concepts and patterns of thinking. I believe in empowering the client for change and am an empathic and intuitive listener which allows me to hone in on client strengths. Directly communicating these strengths and modeling behavior offers the client the opportunity to achieve milestones leading to increased self-esteem.
(773) 280-7446
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Monica Umlauf, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that most people, at some point in their lives, may face challenging issues, be it job or family stress, relationship issues, death, or illness. My philosophy as a practitioner is to help those dealing with such issues to find support and help in facilitating change where it is needed in order to relieve some of the strain and enhance life experiences. My style is compassionate and individualized. While therapy should always be a forward progress, the pace of each person's therapy should be suited to the individual.
(708) 695-8788
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Erin Alexander, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I feel that much of the work of psychotherapy takes place in the context of the relationship. To that end, I endeavor to create a safe and supportive environment within which a productive working relationship can develop. In this relationship, clients can expect a balance of empathy, respect, and gentle encouragement to do the very difficult work of healing, personal change, and growth. This approach to therapy has enabled me to work successfully with a diverse group of individuals with an array of clinical presentations.
(773) 432-8630
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Robert T Baker III, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I'm a psychologist who's caring and direct. I use compassion, wisdom and humor to help clients understand and deal with problems in a way that's respectful and honors their unique situation. My style is grounded in the belief that promoting an individual's innate desire and ability to move forward in life is the key to progress in therapy. If you're feeling overwhelmed in life, dealing with something you find increasingly hard to handle and are ready to make a change, I can help. Please consider calling me to begin exploring a new way to live.
(847) 416-0913
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Daniel C Maloney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Clients reach out for help for a variety of reasons: they may feel the loss of a relationship, be struggling with communication with their family or significant other, believe they are under-performing at work, feel depressed, anxious, "down in the dumps," lack self-confidence or may struggle with substance abuse or gambling. Some clients come to me completely new to therapy, others have explored and worked on themselves for years, but seek a new perspective. I draw on a variety of theoretical approaches to understand a person and explore their perspectives on their life and their issues.
(773) 456-8411
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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