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Therapists in Chicago

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe therapy is about growth, going deeper and finding a better way to live. Sometimes people feel fear and frustration, anger and hurt, conflict and confusion. I value providing a safe, supportive place where they can explore these difficulties and discover a viable path to their goals. Even in such difficult spots as death and dying, illness, loss, or addiction, a way can be found by working together.
(773) 219-3035
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Uptown Psychiatry Specialists, Counselor  in Chicago
“Dr. Wade Ek desires to be an enduring source of support by standing with his clients until they grow to achieve their full potential. He has broad clinical expertise, but has special interest in working with clients on issues like trauma, addictions, couples counseling, depression, anxiety, parental issues, and life choices. Dr. Ek also focuses on the LGBTQ community. Dr. Ek has special expertise in working with couples, and offers marital and pre-marital counseling. He is certified in a variety of relationship building curriculums including Marriage LINKS and Prepare and Enrich.
(312) 997-5390
Chicago, Illinois 60640
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
“I enable clients to utilize the wisdom of their emotions to enhance satisfaction in their relationships and lives. Satisfying relationships and solid self-esteem are the foundations of psychological and emotional well-being, while disharmony, worries, and unhappiness signal that we need to experience ways to effectively express feelings and enact aspirations in our lives. I strive to provide an inviting and nonjudgmental relationship to empower clients to find new ways to address concerns. I practice clinical psychology as an art and a science and am dedicated to meeting client concerns with warmth, flexibility and intelligence.
(773) 527-1304 x1
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Richard N Goodman, Counselor  in Chicago
“Each of us has a unique combination of innate strengths and, yes, weaknesses. Psychotherapy - or counseling -- is a process of regaining and leveraging our strengths, shoring up deficiencies and effectively managing the challenges in our lives. Our ability to learn is another important gift we all possess. Psychotherapy allows the client to either learn, re-learn or even unlearn thoughts and behaviors which, in turn, leads to emotional well-being. Our emotions are important signals, but they need not become emergencies themselves.
(847) 979-4914
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Rebecca Slusher, Counselor  in Chicago
“We all need someone to talk to sometimes. You may find yourself faced with difficulties in your relationships, moods, money, work, the troubles in the world, even your sense of who you really are and what you want in your life, and you just can't seem to cope with them on your own. I will provide a safe and judgment-free environment in which to develop a therapeutic relationship focused on your goals and needs. I work from an integrative therapeutic approach and tailor my approach to meet the needs of each client I see.
(773) 432-4351
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Mary Anne Machado, Counselor  in Chicago
“One of my primary goals as a therapist is to help clients let go of self-criticism and shame as strategies for change. I believe that it is on the journey toward self-understanding and self-acceptance that real and lasting change occurs. I strive to help my clients view change as a process, and therapy as part of that process. I have expertise in working with young adults in transition, especially those struggling with anxiety, compulsive behavior, food and body image disturbance, and relationship issues.
(312) 970-0222
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Paul Giblin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MDiv, LMFT
“I specialize in couples counseling, family counseling, counseling with men, and premarital counseling. I help clients make meaning of their struggles, articulate their desires, and collaborate to reach their goals. I normalize and interpret conflict in terms of differences, identity, connection, and power issues. Intimacy and anger, stress and time constraints, are often the focus of our work together. I tend to be fairly transparent and strengths-focused. I also specialize in the integration of spirituality and psychotherapy.
(773) 599-0980
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Elizabeth Case Counseling, Counselor  in Chicago
“My goal is to provide a specialized counseling practice that is uniquely suited to your personal needs and goals. I will provide each individual with compassionate and non-judgmental support, guidance, and counseling. I will work with you to identify the areas of greatest challenge in your life and help you build skills to move toward a life of health and wellness. I specialize in relationship skills, communication, self-care, and life coaching. In order to provide busy clients with flexibility and convenience, I offer therapy via online video chat tools such as Skype and Google Chat.
(773) 340-4633
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Melanie Venable, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I am a board-certified general adult psychiatrist interested in treating a wide range of emotional issues. My background in community mental health has inspired me to take a multidisciplinary, team-based approach to helping patients solve problems. I believe in the judicious use of medications when indicated, along with coordination of treatment with an individual's therapist and primary care provider to maximize overall well-being.
(773) 696-5269
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Michelle L Siegman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a personable, integrative therapist, my goal is to start where my clients are while incorporating their past to guide them through life's transitions and ease their current concerns. Often clients get "stuck" in a routine and can benefit from the therapeutic journey to release them from their consistent, injurious patterns. I seek to help clients navigate a new path by developing their inner core using a strength-based approach, so, they are able to use their own growth to overcome obstacles. I offer women treatment for a variety of presenting concerns including depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationship issues and lack of self-esteem.
(312) 241-1876
Chicago, Illinois 60661
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
Korey McWilliams, Counselor  in Chicago
“I work with individuals and couples with a variety of emotional and interpersonal concerns. I have a particular interest in working with issues around intimacy and sexuality.
(312) 487-2555
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Mario Guzman  in Chicago
“As a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist I am concerned with providing you with an empathic goal oriented therapy. I offer short term therapies so you can achieve your goals in an average of 12 to 14 sessions (depending on each case). My practice focuses on people who struggle with anxiety disorders, depression, PTSD, personality disorders and couple's conflict. My approach aims at a complete growth in all the aspects of your life. My patients can feel confident by knowing they are receiving the best professional care there is.
(630) 796-4112
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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
Elizabeth McVey, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Dr. McVey received her Doctorate and Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology-Chicago. Prior to that, she attended the Purdue University, where she obtained her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology. She incorporates various theories into her work, including person-centered, cognitive-behavioral, and family systems. In addition to individual therapy, Dr. McVey has experience conducting group therapy, couples therapy, family therapy, and psycho educational consultations. Dr. McVey's overall goal for every client relationship is to help the client improve their overall well being through the therapuetic relationship and self exploration.
(312) 697-1634 x2
Chicago, Illinois 60611
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
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist. I work with men and women, 20 years of age or older, in individual psychotherapy. I have been a psychotherapist for 30 years, 20 years in private practice. My clients include individuals from a variety of ethnic, religious, educational and economic backgrounds.
(773) 683-2569
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Laura M. I. Dziekiewicz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“I work best with women in their 20's and 30's who are feeling anxious, depressed, overwhelmed, hopeless/stuck as well as with individuals who are dealing with a recent break-up, are feeling unhappy or dissatisfied in their relationships, or those who are unable to keep a relationship. Because I am young, I can relate to your issues but bring the wisdom of my years in clinical practice and the understanding of the importance of mind/body approaches to healing and health. I have a special interest in the emotional treatment of gastrointestinal diseases.
(773) 231-5368
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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
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