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Therapists in Chicago

Gabe Seldess, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC
“Through counseling I explore communication and relationship patterns that are impacting people's personal, work, and family connections. Patterns of conflict, isolation,and frustration can often be eased through a combination of self-exploration and honest communication. I often work with people seeking to build better relationships with themselves and the people around them.
(336) 728-6299
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Karen Washington  in Chicago
“I want to make the world a better place one sex life at a time. Issues I work with include: differences in sex drives, sex addiction, painful sex, having good sex, intimacy building, communication enhancement, sexual dysfunctions/disorders. I also offer pre- and post marital counseling. In addition, I help work through mood and/or personality disorders. I assist with declining intimacy, life transitions, infidelity, addictions, or anything that is further negatively impacting your relationships.
(636) 388-0867
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Mike at Irving Park Wellness LPC, LCPC, Counselor  in Chicago
“Irving Park Wellness is the result of collaborative efforts made by myself and fellow clinician Georgia Angelakos. Together we began our careers as therapists at Mercy Home for Boys and Girls. Utilizing Strengths Based approaches to our work, and multiple other theories, we became increasingly inspired to expand our ability to help people through the creation of our own wellness center. Individually, in my work as a therapist my clients can expect me to employ my clinical knowledge and ability which is supported by my passion and motivation to help them with self discovery as well as problem resolution.
(773) 840-0117
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Kathryn Doheny, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years experience assisting people in creating positive change in their lives. My goal is to help identify and resolve issues which may be preventing you from getting more of what you want in life. Addressing feelings and any self-limiting thoughts or beliefs can often be helpful. My expertise includes mood disorders, depression, anxiety and panic symptoms. Frequent issues include loss, relationship problems, difficult childhood experiences, low self-esteem, career concerns, life transition and divorce. Managing the stress involved in seeking and maintaining romantic partnership is a common theme.
(773) 888-4657
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Karen Starr, Counselor  in Chicago
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I'm passionate about all types of relationships. My goal is to approach each client with acceptance, empathy and unconditional positive regard while recognizing that sometimes all of us need to be challenged to change. Managing relationships has never been easy and seems even more complicated today. My goal is to help people break through barriers to achieve greater understanding, connection, and intimacy in their relationships. I have completed the Level 2 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and use many of these approaches in my work.
(847) 513-9159
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Theresa K. Albini, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“Are you unbearably sad? Feel empty? Bored? Stuck? Often irritable, easy to anger or argumentative? Have frequent mood swings? Do you worry excessively? Have trouble relaxing or concentrating, or making decisions? Engage in emotional eating? Are you drawn into relationships with people who are self-absorbed, cold or abusive? Couples, do you find yourselves arguing too often or emotionally distant? As a parent are you frustrated with endless power struggles with your child or worried about your child's temper or other behaviors? You deserve better. I can help you. Together we will devise a plan to meet your expectations.
(312) 725-2666
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Beatriz Ledesma, Counselor  in Chicago
“I have been practicing for over 20 years. My insightful, emotional and spiritual approach to psychotherapy is geared toward individuals committed to develop and/or increase self-awareness into their emotional, mental, and spiritual health with the goal of improving their quality of life.
(773) 922-6528
Chicago, Illinois 60602
John Charles Zibert, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am a doctoral-trained mental health counselor in practice since 1990. I collaborate with clients in individual and relationship counseling. Typical issues are depression, anxiety, grief, addictions, eating disorders, gay and lesbian concerns, Adult Children of Alcoholics issues, stress, men's issues, and spirituality and faith concerns. I served as counselor and instructor at St. Bonaventure University from 1993-1999 and from 2001 to present at St. Xavier University, Chicago. I offer clients Friday and Saturday appointments on Chicago's north side in the Andersonville, Edgewater, Rogers Park areas.
(773) 312-4415
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Mandana Toosi, Counselor  in Chicago
“I try to provide a therapeutic relationship that meets the individual's needs. My goal is to allow the individual to truly explore themselves without the fear of being judged. I would describe myself as warm, empathic and accepting. I value meeting people "wherever they are" rather than placing expectations on them. I find this helps people remain open, and create a path to improving relationships.
(312) 651-6966 x702
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
Sandi Langham, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe there is incredible potential and hope for each person to have a fulfilling and meaningful life, even despite challenges in a person's background or current stressful situation. Each person possesses the resources within themselves to create the change they desire. Counseling simply facilitates unlocking those resources as providing additional "tools" for desired change. I enjoy working with a variety of people and consider it a pleasure to listen, encourage, offer these additional tools to move closer to a person's desired goals, healing, and happiness.
(773) 649-1017
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Mary Hope Mitchell, Counselor  in Chicago
“Mary, a Licensed Professional Counselor, has a combined 21 years experience working with children, adolescents, families and adults, within a special education department and over the last few years in a clinical outpatient setting. She works closely with parents and families to help identify goals and relevant behavioral changes. Her theoretical background draws mainly from cognitive behavioral therapy, but she also uses mindfulness, client focused techniques and goal oriented strategies. She believes in treatment that focuses on identifying and relieving the dysfunctional symptoms that bring clients to therapy. She engages in a personalized approach that is compassionate and authentic.
(312) 697-1592 x1
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Kelly George, Counselor  in Chicago
“Therapy is about stories and the creation of your own unique narrative. If you are thinking about coming out, transitioning, or just wanting to understand your own gender and/or sexuality, we will work together to help you form a narrative that will strengthen your individual identity. I believe there is no single way to be lesbian, gay, queer, or trans identified. I work to create a positive, safe space where your identity is accepted as you create it for yourself.
(773) 880-1310 x7622
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Nneka E. Onyezia, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist providing therapy to children, adolescents, adults, and families. I have experience with a variety of conditions including anxiety and depression, behavioral problems and impulse control disorders, difficulties adjusting to major life changes and transitions, and issues related to identity and self esteem.
(872) 241-1233
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Barney Straus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PCGC, CGP
“I specialize in treating addictions to drugs, alcohol, and behaviors such as gambling, sex, Internet, and eating disorders. I also address underlying issues such as anxiety, depression, and relationship problems. I work with adults of all ages individually as well as in groups. My approach to therapy is an interpersonal, client-centered approach. In other words, the client's own treatment goals are of central importance. While issues that initially bring the client into treatment tend to be the primary area of focus, the therapeutic relationship that develops with me is available to be used toward the client's therapeutic goals.
(312) 698-3313
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Jonna Mogab, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a highly trained, experienced, caring, and spiritually conscious therapist who provides calm, empathic presence, intuitive insight, and encouragement to those seeking to strengthen their sense of self and express their highest potential. I am trained in the use of EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) for the treatment of trauma and other painful or highly charged memories, experiences, and relationships. In practice for over 20 years, I began my clinical work as an addiction counselor in the early 1980's, graduated from Loyola University School of Social Work in 1991, and completed an Advanced Psychodynamic Clinical Practice Certification at the University of Chicago. I completed training in EMDR at the EMDR Institute.
(312) 380-0836
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Lana Friedman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I have over 20 years of experience working with people who suffer with addictions, anxiety, depression, relationship issues and issues of co-dependence. First, I think it is important to establish a connection. That connection is not one sided, but is something felt by both of us. Once connected, we can work together to understand the meaning behind your symptoms such as depression, loss of sleep, over eating,over spending, anger or feelings of worthlessness. What every they are, your symptoms are alarms telling you that some thing is wrong in your life.
(773) 663-4916
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Lauren Neaman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I enjoy working with adolescents and adults who are experiencing anxiety, panic, and/or obsessive compulsive symptoms. While anxiety is a universal emotion, at times it can feel overwhelming. Working in a collaborative, compassionate and symptom focused manner, I can help people learn to cope with anxiety in healthier ways. Through learning new cognitive and behavioral based skills, anxiety caused by intrusive/negative thoughts, compulsive behaviors, or uncomfortable physical symptoms can be alleviated.
(872) 395-1229
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Monika Sharma, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Are you feeling "out of sync," unmotivated, confused, lethargic, anxious, depressed? Are your relationships suffering? Your productivity at work? Your belief in yourself? When one area of your life is depleted, it can create imbalance in all other areas of your life. This can include areas of emotional health, physical health, nutrition, sleep, relationships, work, money, and spirituality. My holistic approach addresses clients as a "whole" person...all aspects within yourself (biology, thoughts, feelings) and outside yourself (work, culture, relationships, finances, etc.). As a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Certified Holistic Health Coach, I facilitate your body's own natural healing process.
(312) 405-1091
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Susan Killelea-Raines, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with individuals who have a need for change, improvement or growth in their life. I collaborate with my clients to help them find a healthy and fulfilling path. My areas of specialization include improving mood, alleviating anxiety, surviving and thriving after trauma, developing respectful relationships with family and partners, increasing self acceptance and awareness.
(312) 945-7124
Chicago, Illinois 60647
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