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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

Dionne R Gavin, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe when working with clients, it is most important to meet them where they are emotionally as well as psychologically. My goal as a therapist is to help my clients adjust to life's constant changes. I provide an environment in which my clients can feel free to express themselves and grow, as they embark on their life's journey. My job is to assist them on this journey and to support them with empathy and compassion.
(312) 789-5382
Chicago, Illinois 60616
Susy Francis, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Dr. Francis serves as the Executive Director of Cornerstone Counseling Center of Chicago (CCCOC) . CCCOC provides faith-based individual, family, and couples counseling. She is a bilingual (Spanish) psychologist with over 15 years of experience working with students, families, and individual adults in a variety of settings. Her passion is creating access to quality mental health resources for people of all socio-economic, cultural, and religious backgrounds. She has been featured on Moody Radio, ABC's Windy City Live, First Business News Network, and other media outlets to provide relevant insights for listeners/viewers on a variety of topics.
(773) 280-8274
Chicago, Illinois 60610
LaShonda B Fuller, Counselor  in Chicago
“In a working relationship with either an adolescent, teenager, male/female adult client struggling with belonging, purpose in life, or making the relationships in his/her life work, I most often center clients on self-awareness, self-confidence and self-development. The counseling journey we experience together is to help clients identify their own goals as he/she becomes aware of his/her strengths and areas for improvement. Our counseling process is much like a supportive journey where I provide resources for clients in order to develop healthy relationships.
(313) 425-7919
Chicago, Illinois 60617
Kathleen Leahy, Counselor  in Chicago
“When personal stresses mount, I believe in meeting the client where they are to listen with an empathic ear and provide coping skills to help clients more effectively navigate difficulties. I realize people need support to get by in their daily lives when career difficulties occur or relationships begin to break down or perhaps it is just hard to cope with personal or external expectations. I work with mind-body awareness and may introduce some relaxation techniques to aid clients overcome anxiety.
(847) 305-3059
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Stephanie Johnson, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My priority is to create a warm, open, supportive and inviting space that is free of judgment. This space is meant for healing. The exploration of thoughts, feelings and behaviors allows us the opportunity to delve into old patterns and allow these patterns to be released if no longer functional. I have a variety of interests including but not limited to: mood and anxiety disorders, relationship issues, and life transitions.
(773) 382-1496
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Kathleen S Blehart  in Chicago
“My therapy practice offers the highest level of expertise, access, and care for adults and adolescents. I work to build a genuine relationship, create a safe space for discovery, and work to understand each client. This allows clients to safely explore alongside me, and begin to see themselves with greater clarity, depth, and honesty. Good, effective therapy will likely not happen overnight (though wonderful eureka moments certainly occur along the way), and trust, honesty, and humor are invaluable to a beneficial therapeutic relationship. I believe that laughter and tears are equally powerful but that therapeutic change is measured in neither.
(312) 548-8908
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Alithia Asturrizaga, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Have you recently experienced a stressful life change such as the death of a loved one, entering into a new marriage or romantic partnership, breakup of a relationship or relationship difficulties, retirement, leaving or entering college, spiritual crisis, or any other life transition? Has this change caused you sadness, worry, or hopelessness? Has your work or social life suffered as a result of this challenging situation? Do you feel restless, irritable, have low energy or difficulty sleeping or concentrating? I can help you find strategies to cope with & move past these difficulties, and to reach your personal goals.
(630) 708-2911
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Ioanna Chaney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CPCC, MBA
“I work with clients experiencing emotional stress stemming from depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. I specialize in issues of transition, such as critical times in a person's life that create feelings of unease, confusion, and distress. These include relatioship conflicts, parenting issues, divorce, grief and loss, accidents, career transitions, and retirement. I help clients gain insight into their situation and feelings, and empower them to take the steps leading to the attitude and behavioral changes they wish to make. I have extensive experience in cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems and client-centered therapies, as well as life and executive coaching.
(773) 219-0284
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Nicholas Skasa, Counselor  in Chicago
“My approach relies heavily on encouraging honesty, trust, nonjudgement, and safety. Over my years and experience as a therapist, the above qualities of a therapeutic relationship have always served as the most powerful catalysts for positve, lasting change regardless of age, gender, religion, race, ethnicity, culture, or sexual orientation. I have helped many people in a wide variety of settings, and bring a strong sense of committment to providing an atmosphere designed to promote self-acceptance, awareness, and discovery.
(312) 548-7725
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Liz Suran Tobin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LCPC, LMFT
“I practice humanistic therapy in which a respectful relationship is most important. A safe environment is essential to exploring issues that can be difficult to address, and I dedicate myself to empathic and accurate listening in our collaborative work. I have a strong belief in the value of each individual and I practice from the conviction that each person inherently has the resources and desire to live a healthy and fulfilling life. I am committed to helping my clients achieve positive growth in line with the goals that they have for therapy.
(773) 219-1173
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Eleanor B Coe, Psy.D., Psychologist  in Chicago
“My goal is to provide a place where you can address whatever challenges bring you to treatment so you can move forward in a positive and productive manner with new insights and coping skills. To do this, we will work together to understand your past experiences, current struggles and goals for the future.
(312) 725-9000
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Alexandra B. Fox, Counselor  in Chicago
“Alexandra Fox is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with experience providing therapy for adults, adolescents, families and couples. Alexandra specializes in treating anxiety, depression,grief, self esteem concerns, women’s issues, adult life transitions and couple conflict and intimacy. Alexandra utilizes a psychodynamic approach to therapy in conjunction with mindfulness techniques to provide clients with the skills to feel more present at work and in their everyday lives. Understanding how people develop their own characteristic patterns of behaving, feeling and thinking informs her clinical work. Alexandra earned her Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University.
(312) 972-3666
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Dan Becco, MS, MFT,   in Chicago
“In the last 20 years I have worked with people all over the country. We will focus on your change and action. It may not be comfortable all the time (and that is a good sign) but you will see results. My style is very practical and useful. If you use my systems you will see how your life will change, plain and simple. And if you are not happy with our work together I am willing to discuss that openly and honestly so that you do get the change you want.
(773) 784-6542
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Lauren Theresa Rzepka  in Chicago
“Gaining insight and a deeper understanding of yourself can improve your relationships and your quality of life. I help clients cope with life's stressors and attain their personal goals. I enable clients to achieve balance, emotional health, mental stability, and healthy relationships. My practice of therapy is collaborative, as I believe that clients are the experts on their own lives. I offer an inclusive and safe place for personal exploration. By creating a supportive and empathic environment I enable clients to grow, gain personal insight, and create meaningful change in their lives.
(630) 413-4403
Chicago, Illinois 60659
Jane H Niermann, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“Are you ready to feel better? I believe that seeking assistance is a strength. I provide a safe non-judgmental environment to make positive changes, overcome obstacles, and learn how to change unhelpful thinking patterns, all the while improving self esteem and relationships. My approach is solution focused and client-centered.
(773) 672-2342
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Brittney Elizabeth Brownfield, Counselor  in Chicago
“Hi, my name is Brittney and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the states of Illinois and Ohio. I have worked at two different partial hospitalization programs for children and adolescents struggling with intensive issues that impacted their ability to maintain in school and in their homes. The diagnoses I have treated are various: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Generalized Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Psychotic Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Reactive Attachment Disorder, etc. Many of my clients have been in crises that presented in many different ways: suicidal thoughts, extreme aggression, defiance.
(937) 353-1779
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Alexandra L Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In my therapy practice, I take an individualized approach, focusing on the client's wants and needs. My therapeutic approach allows clients to direct each session with validating, encouraging and empowering support from me throughout the process. While using various treatment models to cater to the needs of each and every client, I compliment the each model with a strengths-based approach. I focus on each client's potential for self-growth, emotional and mental healing and goal oriented achievements.
(872) 241-1173
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Christopher Chroniak, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Hi, I'm Dr. Chris Chroniak. For 27 years I have assisted individuals struggling with depression, stress and anxiety, grief and loss, divorce, OCD, a relationship or lack of one, as well as many other psychological and emotional issues. My approach to therapy is to first form a genuine relationship with my client. We then work together to explore and work through the underlying issues that block growth and cause pain or discomfort. I also teach my clients practical and effective tools that help them deal with their painful or troubling thoughts and feelings, as they occur.
(773) 219-2056
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Marisa Berwald, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a psychoanalytically oriented therapist, who incorporates aspects of behavioral and cognitive therapy into my work. My perspective is client-oriented, which means that I view therapy as a collaboration between my client and myself where we join to make meaning out of life's confusing and disorienting events. I believe that every person has a unique way of understanding themselves and making a place in the world. In my practice, I work with my clients to develop increased perspective and agency so that they can find a place for themselves that brings fulfillment.
(631) 956-2057
Chicago, Illinois 60608
Glenn Doyle, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Dr. Glenn Doyle is the director of The Doyle Practice in Washington, DC. He has presented multiple times before the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, the American Psychological Association, and has appeared on multiple podcasts discussing relationship issues, men's issues, ADHD, trauma, and sexuality. He specializes in working with adults and children with ADHD; couples therapy; relationship issues and dating coaching; trauma and dissociative issues; and the discreet treatment of addiction and sexuality issues in men.
(202) 609-8918
Chicago, Illinois 60654
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