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Therapists in Chicago

Marco Hidalgo, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Congratulations on either taking your first steps or continuing your journey in psychotherapy. In my practice I specialize in helping people as they confront substance use, mood, and anxiety difficulties stemming from past interpersonal violence - including partner abuse, sexual abuse/assault, and discrimination-based violence. I treat adolescent and adult survivors, including heterosexual males, people who identify as LGB, and transgender/trans* people. I offer individual, relationship/couple's, and family therapy.
(312) 651-6957
Chicago, Illinois 60601
“People who seek psychotherapy feel stuck and stressed. Psychotherapy is an emotional learning process which takes place between a therapist and a client. Within this joint endeavor, the therapist's role is to actively listen and offer interpretations/suggestions. The client's role is to be as open as possible about his/her feelings and life situation and to engage with the therapist in a productive dialogue. The mutual goal is to facilitate the individual's self knowledge and arrive at a new understanding about the presenting problem, thereby freeing up the person to resolve the difficulty and become happier.
(773) 757-6493
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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
Jill Kirby Barbre, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSEd, LCSW
“The importance of early emotional and relational worlds, where essential patterns of our selves are formed, informs my work both with children and their parents and with adults. Early years have enormous potential for the kind of change that can put a child's unique developmental unfolding on the right track. In my work with adults, understanding a person's unique self and experience includes understanding what has formed them. We look at their selves, their experiences, and their relationship patterns and expectations, see what helps and what hinders, and work together toward a better, freer unfolding of their lives.
(917) 746-2177
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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
Gloria Graff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSADC
“When people ask me for help dealing with depression, stress, or relationships, they want more than insight; they're hoping for behavioral change. I'm an active, warm, cognitive behavioral therapist [CBT] with 25 years of experience. I'm the co-founder of a highly regarded group psychotherapy practice in downtown Chicago, 60602. I help clients build their confidence, identify options, and make the changes that will improve the quality of their lives. My clients value my insightful supportive feedback and creative, cognitive approach in working with them towards long-lasting life changes.
(773) 219-3592 x25
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Nancy Norton, Psychologist  in Chicago
“A Clinical Psychologist on the faculty of Northwestern University Medical School for the past 25 years, I work with individuals and couples struggling with a range of difficulties, encompassing everything from relationship issues (eg., conflct, loss, disconnection) to depression and anxiety, as well as issues related to childhood abuse. Together we will work to address your unique struggles and obstacles to self understanding and personal growth. It is within the context of a caring and thoughtful relationship that this insight can develop, allowing a greater understanding of underlying causes and/or patterns so that truly new experiences become possible.
(773) 717-2955
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Sarah Buino, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, CDWF
“"The longest journey that a man must take in his lifetime is the 18 inches from his head to his heart." This is the basis of Head/Heart Therapy. Utilizing various therapeutic methods, each client is treated as a unique individual to facilitate healing. Head/Heart Therapy is a private therapy practice where clients can experience non-judgmental, open, and authentic therapy. We value working with unique people from diverse backgrounds, life styles, and points of view.
(773) 966-2298
Chicago, Illinois 60613
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
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
Bethany Mitchell, Counselor  in Chicago
“Life can feel hard or even overwhelming. Or you may have decided that you want to tackle an issue that keeps coming up. Regardless, pursuing change in the context of a therapeutic relationship can be rewarding. Those things nudging you towards therapy can vary from small reasons to significant, complex issues. As an empathetic, genuine, and direct clinician, I can provide you with a safe environment to explore and process the nature of the struggles that are keeping you from living your best. I specialize in working with adults who struggling with either past or current events that are keeping them stuck.
(773) 432-4358
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Jenifer Korotko LCPC, ATR, Counselor  in Chicago
“I primarily work with clients who are dealing with depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationship concerns and recovering from difficult situations.I help my clients develop their unique narrative while focusing on areas of concern through a safe therapeutic journey. I believe in giving back to my community and have been volunteering as both a counselor and art therapist with multiple not for profit organizations. I have experience utilizing both verbal counseling and art therapy to assist adolescents with processing their many growing pains. I have extensive experience working with those struggling with substance abuse.
(773) 492-6312
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Joanna Vergoth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, NCPsyA
“The human spirit has an amazing potential for transformation. I am a warm, open and creative psychotherapist dedicated to providing a nurturing and non-judgmental environment where this transformation can take place. Exploration of your personal history can help you reach a deeper understanding of the connections between past experience and current problems. This can lead to new attitudes and behaviors, enhance adaptation, promote psychological wholeness, and lead to a richer, more dimensional experience of life. This approach is effective with a variety of issues, including post-traumatic stress, physical and sexual abuse, anxiety, affective disorders, relationship difficulties and unresolved family-of-origin issues.
(917) 746-0413
Chicago, Illinois 60640
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
Shoshana Kahn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Life can be very challenging. Because I have 27 years of experience, I help you get to your major issues relatively quickly and start your journey of healing right away. I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults who suffer anxiety and depression due to ordinary life experiences such as work, school or parenting. I also work with challenging issues such as familial relationships, loss, death, grief, divorce, commitment difficulties, loneliness. I work with anxiety disorders such as PTSD, shortness of breath, difficulty sleeping, concentrating, focusing, ADD, ADHD, eating disorders, cutting, isolation.
(773) 358-1037
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Stephen Patt, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“l am knowledgeable and experienced in both psychotherapy and the use of medication. Based on an understanding of how psychological and biological factors interact to cause problems, I am able to integrate and bring together both types of treatment in one setting. This is a definite advantage to my patients. I have long experience in working in this way with individuals and couples.
(312) 968-9115
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Deborah R. Bates, Psychologist  in Chicago
“No matter your circumstance, whether you have been struggling life-long or just recently stuck in a rut, whether you are suffering from depression or anxiety, dissatisfied with your relationships, unsure how to help your child, crippled by past pain, or simply desiring to grow, there is hope for you. I strive to make the therapy room a warm and safe environment where you feel heard and understood, and where you can honestly and openly explore who you are and who you want to be. I will meet you where you are and walk with you toward growth and healing.
(312) 651-6947
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Sara Brandt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MS, LMFT
“I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) with my Ph.D. and MS in Marriage and Family Therapy. That means I'm not a psychologist or a counselor as they focus on testing or individual intrapersonal issues. My training as an MFT is focused specifically with relationships. I might work with a couple, an individual trying to get out of an unhealthy relationship, a divorcing family, or someone having difficulty with a boss at work. I work like a coach, helping to set up a clear goal in the Initial Consultation and periodically checking progress.
(847) 513-9170
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Matt Lawson, Counselor  in Chicago
“Creating a healthy lifestyle involves a lot of moving parts and if you have struggled to lose weight in the past you know how difficult it can be. The individualized approach I take with my clients emphasizes behavior change and habit formation with a set goal in mind. While I utilize strategies and techniques from a variety of therapeutic disciplines I gravitate toward a cognitive behavioral approach with my clients.
(312) 300-7263
Chicago, Illinois 60614
“Do you ever feel sad or alone and can't figure out why? Or perhaps something did happen, and you're having a tough time accepting and moving forward. Do you get easily frustrated, annoyed, or angry? Are you finding that while in your younger days you had lots of friends, but are now wondering where everyone has gone? I work with busy adults who are struggling with these types of issues, and want to talk to someone neutral to look within themselves to find the strength and tools to feel better and live happier.
(847) 961-4095
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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