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Welcome to the Chicago Therapist Directory

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

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Therapists in Chicago

Amy Tierney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, Med, LMFT
“I work with individuals, couples and families to express their challenges and understand themselves and their relationships in a healthier context. I also offer support during life transitions and crisis so clients are empowered and experience resilience. My approach is humanistic and interpersonal in which we work in the relationship and our relationship helps you gain insight and awareness into your self and patterns. I am supportive and gentle, yet can be challenging and directive when appropriate. I am experienced in conflict resolution in couples and families.
(773) 362-5823
Chicago, Illinois 60625
John Codd, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“John is a licensed clinical social worker & a certified addictions counselor. He holds a masters degree from Loyola University in Chicago. John has worked as a therapist in many areas of practice for over 20 years, helping clients find solutions to a wide range of challenges & helping them change patterns that no longer work for them. He has experience working with individuals, adolescents, couples & families. John recognizes each course of treatment is personal & unique. He is committed to establishing open & collaborative therapeutic relationships, offering a safe, supportive, nonjudgmental environment for growth & change.
(312) 818-3143
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Lynn Rittenberg Kauffman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, CEAP
“I offer practical, solution-focused goal-oriented psychotherapy aimed at timely symptom relief and problem resolution. My clients, being adults, determine their own therapy goals and agenda. My style is respectful, but interactive. I do not tell my clients what to do but I will always tell them honestly how I feel about the things they present. I believe therapy should be time-limited and results-oriented, NOT a life-long continuous process. I believe that people can change, or else I would not be in this business. I delight in helping people master the tools which facilitate desired change.
(773) 506-4567
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Elizabeth Salland  in Chicago
“I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults from many different backgrounds. My clinical specialties lie in working with individuals who are experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship problems, difficulties with peers at school, and trauma.
(312) 675-4585
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Stephen Dynako, Pastoral Counselor  in Chicago
“I help people explore and unburden themselves of issues in relationships, whether personal, intimate, professional, with self and/or with a higher power. I believe that you possess the inner resources to live a happy, healthy, and functional life. Even if you subscribe to the popular notion of "toughing it out," you may find different approaches are important during times of intensified stress, significant life changes or turmoil.
(312) 548-6327
Chicago, Illinois 60654
Angela Atwater, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“PLEASE NOTE: ***** I will be on maternity leave from Mon May 19th returning to the office Tues Sept 2nd. I will not be responding to emails or voicemails during this time. ****** I provide individual therapy in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. I act as a guide and challenge you to explore what and why things may not be "working" in your life, as well as provide support and feedback to you. Finding a therapist who is a "good fit" for you can be difficult, so call me and we can discuss what you are looking for further.
(773) 683-1635
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Janet Stallman, Counselor  in Chicago
“I like to collaborate with my clients to find new ways to navigate the challenges they face. We start by looking for new perspectives that can diminish feelings like anxiety, frustration and sadness. We will work to understand where behavior patterns come from and how to make the changes that will benefit you. Most clients I work with are feeling worried, sad, irritable, having problems with relationships or problems at work. Generally, they want to feel more at ease, content and confident. This is a great place to start to make the changes you've been wanting to make!
(773) 669-6985
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Laura Hosto, Counselor  in Chicago
“At times we all feel overwhelmed and challenged by life situations. For 17 years I've worked with clients to develop their cognitive-behavioral and insight oriented strengths. I can help you develop skills for better communication, relationship building, management of depression and anxiety, and coping with grief. My counseling style is supportive, compassionate and direct. I am available for any questions about the therapeutic process, just give me a call.
(773) 219-0656
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Iu-Luen Jeng, Counselor  in Chicago
“As a bilingual therapist specializing in art therapy, I provide a broad prespective of the therapy process. I consider how cultural systems, trauma, and artistic expression impact personal growth and the healing process. I use compassion and affirmation while working collaboratively with you to navigate life difficulties. With extensive work expeience with adolescents, couples and young adults, clients often seek out support for issues such as depression, anxiety, PTSD and family dynamics. I also help clients understand and explore their sexuality, gender identity, body image and cultural identities.
(872) 256-9223
Chicago, Illinois 60614
The Claret Center, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“The Claret Center was originally founded over three decades ago by two formation directors, who recognized a growing need for professional psychotherapists that acknowledged and supported spiritual values, as well as for spiritual directors who possessed sound knowledge of psychological principles. Today, Claret remains committed to its initial vision - providing quality service in the areas of psychotherapy, spiritual direction, body therapies, and the integration of these disciplines. Although our staff psychotherapists come from multiple backgrounds, we share a common reverence and awe for the emotional, psychological, physical, social and spiritual complexity of all who come through our doors. Our staff psychotherapists represent diverse areas of expertise and interests. We work with individuals throughout the life span, and provide therapy for individuals, couples, families and groups. We also offer a range of psychological assessment services, and are host to a wide range of informative workshops, classes, and group experiences. Our center is focused on healing and healthy practices, with the ultimate goal of nurturing the mind, body and spirit. We welcome you to join us, and hope that we can serve as resources throughout your human journey.
(773) 377-8790
Chicago, Illinois 60637
Kelly G Arteaga, Psychologist  in Chicago
“People often seek therapy when they desire clarity, growth, or change. Or, when they are hoping to feel more connected to themselves and others. I view therapy as a collaborative process and promise to be present and engaged as we work together to deepen your understanding of yourself and your relationships. I strive to facilitate change by creating a safe and affirming environment in which you can feel cared for and free to explore your experiences, strengths, and struggles. As your self-awareness increases, you will find yourself living and acting with greater intention and feeling more empowered and fulfilled.
(619) 493-4425
Chicago, Illinois 60613
David E. Briggs, Counselor  in Chicago
“All of us experience the feeling of being stuck in some way, perhaps frustrated by challenging life circumstances, discouraged by unfulfilling relationships or just generally stirred up by the vague sense that something is just not working. Through the course of my experience, I have come to believe deeply in the power of the therapeutic relationship and the way in which a collaboration with a thoughtful, compassionate and dedicated therapist can be the catalyst for real change.
(847) 379-5124
Chicago, Illinois 60631
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
Angeline Groves, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Healing is possible, even after the most difficult experiences. If you're feeling overwhelmed or confused by what you're going through, you don't have to struggle alone. By using a mixture of creativity, humor and compassion, I can work with you to discover and change patterns that aren't working, tap into your strengths and, most importantly, feel safe on your journey of healing.
(773) 360-5445
Chicago, Illinois 60660
Jennifer Stoica, Counselor  in Chicago
“Are you questioning which way to go in your situation? Unsure of the next step to resolve what is happening in your life? Come in to my office at New Insights Behavioral Health Services to effectively address issues in a safe and non-judgmental atmosphere. The office is conveniently located just steps from the Jefferson Park blue line stop (just off the Lawrence exit of I-90 if you are driving).
(773) 786-9031
Chicago, Illinois 60630
Nicole Meyer Klarich, Counselor  in Chicago
“Practical. Relevant. Compassionate. Solution & Strength Oriented. Challenging and Gentle. Humorous and Kind. Respectful and Accepting. Warm and Creative. These are qualities I offer at my practice to help you work through the challenges you're facing. Together we'll address them with intention, mutual respect and a collaborative spirit. I primarily work with adults and couples regarding relational issues. Holding the unwavering belief that people have the capacity to improve the course of their lives, I have considerable tenacity in helping clients handle reoccurring issues. I am excited to work with people who are motivated to do something different.
(773) 717-2979
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Emily Woods, Counselor  in Chicago
“I specialize in working with young adults who may be struggling with overall life satisfaction. Often clients come to me not knowing where to begin. I prefer to welcome individuals as they are; offering genuine warmth and a judgment-free space. Through compassion and respect for my clients' stories, we begin to focus on solution-oriented thinking. I help clients restructure problematic thought patterns and establish more positive lifestyle habits. Often one small change can set a series of bigger changes in motion.
(773) 231-5614
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Lilita Matison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a mind-body therapist that offers consultations in home, office and school-based settings. Children, adolescents, young adults, and adults work with me to learn mindfulness & mind-body skills for support with anxiety, depression, loss, and change. Integrative counseling is based on evidence-based medicine and includes a set of research-based practices that help anchor the body and the mind in the relaxation response. Through belly breathing, tapping/ EFT, drawing, journaling, gentle movement, meditation, biofeedback, and art, you can expand your skill-set and experience the benefits of a toolbox of daily practices.
(312) 219-9218
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Dr. Mark T Sciarrino, Psychologist  in Chicago
“We are all in a perpetual state of changing and growing throughout our lives; it is my belief that we may as well pay attention and guide our growth in a purposeful way. I truly believe that psychotherapy changes lives by creating opportunities for people to become who they should have been all along. By illuminating and examining your viewpoint in a very genuine and thoughtful manner, new perspectives arise naturally through the psychotherapeutic process. It is our job in therapy to together seize upon a new understanding and incorporate it into who you are becoming.
(773) 801-3972
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Noha Khalifa, Counselor  in Chicago
“One of the hardest moments in life is the realization that you may have a problem or may be stuck. Seeking help is not easy and for that I congratulate you. Visiting this site already proves that you are insightful, brave, and courageous enough to begin your journey of introspection. While therapy is a collaborative effort, the ultimate solution is found within you. I will help guide you to that realization, in a safe, nonjudgmental, uniquely tailored process. I will help you through life's difficulties using a compassionate, gentle, creative, and genuine approach.
Chicago, Illinois 60646
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