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Therapists in Cook County

Roger Thomson, Psychologist  in Chicago
“The goal of the mindfulness-based psychotherapy I practice is to help us welcome our lives with curiosity and joy. My style of therapy is interactive and collaborative, emphasizing both insight and action. In our therapy sessions, we will make a mutual effort to contact the source of acceptance, awareness, and health that resides in each one of us. It is only by turning toward ourselves, our relationships, and yes, even our difficulties, that we find the most skillful response to them. Together we will develop the understanding and openness which is at the heart of constructive change.
(312) 263-8034
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Mihaela Bernard, Counselor  in Chicago
“Are you looking for a competent, accepting and genuine therapist for yourself or your child? Do you or your family need support in your relationships? Is your kid struggling at school or at home? My name is Mihaela Bernard but most clients call me Misha. I specialize in counseling troubled children and adolescents who struggle with behavioral and emotional issues. In my practice, we work together to help you and/or your family modify the way in which you relate to each other, and to improve the quality of your relationships.
(773) 309-4605
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Michel Rosenthal, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am a thoughtful, caring, therapist and life coach with over 16 years of experience helping individuals and couples solve problems and enrich, and stimulate their lives. I believe therapy relies as much on the connection between my clients and myself as the process of the work we do together. Through the years I have worked with teens, adults, gay and straight couples, families, and groups. I also teach an Artist Way Class about connecting with creativity. I love my work and feel lucky to do what I do.
(312) 970-0957
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Symmetry Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
“I enjoy working with clients from all different backgrounds, and I welcome anyone who is motivated to work hard to reach therapeutic goals and to create desired change in his/her life. I especially like working with relational issues, both with individual clients as well as couples and families. Having been trained in family systems, I tend to focus on relational dynamics, attachment, and family of origin influences. I have a lot of experience working with divorcing families, both with children/adolescents and adults. I believe that we can create any relationship we want, as long as we are open and committed.
(312) 651-6989
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Renee McGowan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Being a parent can drive the best of us to our wit's end. I can help by empowering you and your family. With over a decade of experience as a psychotherapist and having served more than 500 adolescents in middle school and high school settings, I will help your child by quickly building rapport and trust and by using action-oriented and goal-focused therapy. Here are my qualifications: University of Notre Dame-Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa; University of Chicago-Master's Degree in Social Work, the Chancellor's List.
(312) 614-0849
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Paula Mathiasen, Counselor  in Arlington Heights
“I am passionate about helping individuals, couples, and groups pursue healthy relationships, personal growth, and emotional wholeness. You are worth it and have unique strengths and purpose! I have a great desire to bring hope, guidance, and be a safe place for you to process and explore the nature of your challenges. I look forward to partnering with you on the journey of hope and fulfillment.
(847) 512-8637 x3
Amy Sprague Champeau, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I believe that change is possible. Whether you seek healing for your relationship with others, your relationship with your emotions, your relationship with your body, your relationship with your soul/spirit, your relationship with money, I welcome you to join me on a journey of self-exploration and transformation. I work with those who are struggling and want to investigate their lives deeply. I bring special training not only in working with anxiety and depression, relationship issues, trauma and PTSD (I offer EMDR, TRE), chronic illness and pain, and money disorders, but also in working with the deeper and less conscious parts of the Self.
(262) 682-0950
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Ina Beller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“I am a compassionate, humorous eating disorders specialist, and I'm very interested in meeting your individual needs. I will take great time and pay close attention in order to assess your eating disorder issues thoroughly, and provide treatment in those specific areas. I have extensive experience in working with eating disorders,both individually and in groups, as well as training and teaching graduate level courses on the subject. I very much enjoy working with adults and college students.
(773) 314-3321
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Matt McDonald, Counselor  in Hoffman Estates
“No, I don't think you are the same as anyone else. I don't think I have all the answers. I don't even know you yet. What I do know, is that I am willing to work with you to change the course of the next chapter of your life. I know that I truly appreciate the uniqueness of your life story. I know I want to help you meet YOUR goals, not the goals someone else has for you. I know that together we could create something different if you are tired of every day being the same.
(847) 913-0393 x115
Cathryn T Biga, Counselor  in Mount Prospect
“If you are motivated for change and growth within your life but need some guidance then let's work together.
(847) 416-0689
Mount Prospect, Illinois 60056
Corinne Kalat, Counselor  in Westchester
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LCPC, CADC, PCGC, CHt
“Looking for a caring presence and a believer in hope? If so, we may work well together! As an experienced (20+ years), trustworthy, results-oriented and mindfulness/meditation therapist, I offer strength-based, collaborative, mindfulness-informed solutions for your concerns. Perhaps you seek Counseling and/or Clinical Hypnosis, or need expert help with Smoking Cessation, Fearful Flying, Gender/LGBT Issues (as a large, straight/not narrow woman, I understand marginalization!), Grief/Suicide, Hair Pulling/Skin Picking/Nail Biting, Hoarding/Clutter, Size Acceptance, Trauma/PTSD, or private practice consultation. Personal experiences include overcoming cancer, spouse's death, smoking/alcoholism (20+ years).
(630) 263-8888
Westchester, Illinois 60154
Judith L Franklin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a seasoned therapist who, like my clients, is in an evolving journey of making sense of life and its challenges. I spent the first part of my career specializing in the treatment of adolescents and families. For the past decade my practice has come to include a great deal of work with individual adults and couples who are struggling with issues related to mental health, self-esteem, trauma, relationship difficulties, and life stage concerns. I enjoy working with the challenges of emerging adults as well as those in mid-life and beyond.
(847) 239-5331
Rose Metivier, Counselor  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LCPC, NCC, DBT-C, CAMS-II
“I have experience providing individual and group therapy to a wide range of clients dealing with issues related to depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, grief/loss, anger management, young adult issues, women's issues, mood disorders, self-injury, identity, life changes/transitions, relationship difficulties, work/life balance, and empowerment. I can be a part of driving your change forward as we explore your goals, build a firm commitment to your future, and take the power back in your life to make and maintain those changes.
(312) 548-6354
Chicago, Illinois 60654
Dave Evans, Counselor  in Inverness
“Counseling needs to attend to our whole selves, integrating mind, emotion, and spirit. I like to collaborate with people to promote health and well-being, through relationship and strategic personal work. I offer empathy and connection, and together we create a context for enriching life. What we know about our minds tells us that meaningful changes happen when attention is focused on amplifying and integrating our natural strengths and desire for growth. I understand that unresolved pain often gets in the way of our progress, and I believe that encountering those issues in a safe, trusting relationship is central to healing.
(224) 757-4181
Inverness, Illinois 60067
Sarah Rachel E Netzky, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor under the supervision of Dr. Christine Carpenter, PsyD. I provide individual and group therapy which helps promote healing and self-awareness. I strive to work collaboratively and meet each of my clients where they are currently at in their healing and recovery. I have worked with a variety of issues from severe chronic mental illness and the pressures of homelessness to more transient adjustment disorders.
(312) 725-2830
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Melinda Dworkin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Evanston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“My specialty is working with clients who may be experiencing feelings of stress, sadness, anxiety, disconnected, overwhelmed, frustration, grief, and / or loss of self-esteem. The issues may often be related to our life situations such as: relationships, transition, emerging young adult, separation, workplace, family life, aging parents, loss and or medical. The ideal client for this therapy is one who engages in therapy with an invested desire to share, learn and grow. Together we will have a commitment to communicate, explore, discover and move forward - helping you find clarity, renewal, resolution and empowerment!
(224) 217-9220
Evanston, Illinois 60201
Patricia Walker, Psychologist  in Chicago
“NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY FEINBERG SCHOOL OF MEDICINE FACULTY, Instructor in Ethical Psychology Practice. Are you a professional who wants to improve your work life, your important relationships, or your confidence and effectiveness? Perhaps you would like to accomplish more in less time, or become more confident in managing challenging supervisees and team conflict, or take better care of yourself with your own supervisor. Perhaps you would like to improve your work-life balance, or create more satisfying romantic or family relationships. Pursuing therapy is an admirable, reflective way of supporting yourself as you seek to make your life more fulfilling.
(773) 669-5990
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Jeremy Bergen, Counselor  in Chicago
“If you have been feeling unusually down or overly stressed lately, therapy may be the answer. My expertise is in helping people deal with a variety of life issues such as decreasing stress, gaining motivation, managing relationships, and finding a greater sense of work/life balance. My primary work is with professional adults, both as individuals and couples. I combine an empathetic and individualized approach that focuses on gaining insight into your thoughts, feelings and behavior, and I use an integrated theoretical style with an emphasis on Cognitive Behavioral techniques (CBT).
(773) 796-3940
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Ford Andersen Willoughby, Counselor  in Oak Park
“People inspire me... the way they meet the myriad challenges that life presents. Life can be difficult and most of the time we take it in stride and often retain our sense of humor in the midst of this difficulty. Sometimes, we are unable to do it alone. Taking the appropriate steps, you will persevere. Psychotherapy does work; further suffering is optional. Please call me for a free consultation: 708-271-2864.
(708) 232-3749
Oak Park, Illinois 60301
Jennifer L. Rolnick, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My clinical practice focuses on individual therapy and psychological and psycho-educational testing with children, adolescents, and adults. My areas of expertise include trauma, mood and anxiety disorders, and life transitions. I use an insight-oriented, relational approach with an emphasis on collaboration, connection, and empowerment. The therapeutic relationship facilitates growth by identifying and exploring both past and present patterns that keep people feeling stuck. I see therapy as a collaborative effort that allows people observe and more deeply understand themselves, their relationship patterns, and their characteristic ways of thinking and feeling.
(312) 548-1379
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Cook County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Cook County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Cook County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Cook County or family therapy in Cook County.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Cook County, Illinois, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.