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Therapists in Chicago

Jim Cosenza, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a certified alcohol and drug counselor with a private psychotherapy practice in Uptown Chicago.
(773) 340-2961
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Sara Dittoe Barrett, Psychologist  in Chicago
“As a clinical psychologist with expertise in health psychology, I work with people on a variety of issues, including: managing and reducing anxiety and stress, mindful and effective parenting, making healthy lifestyle changes, reducing insomnia and exhaustion, improving mood, and coping with chronic pain and other medical conditions. My areas of interest are evolving and include physical and emotional wellness, mindful parenting and pregnancy,and psychological and spiritual growth. You can learn more about my work and treatment philosophy by visiting my website.
(847) 278-2009
Chicago, Illinois 60625
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
Kristina Vogt, Counselor  in Chicago
“Therapy helps us grow an understanding of ourselves, examine the various parts of our identity, reflect on our values and beliefs, and explore the relationships that have shaped us. I believe this happens when safety and trust are established in the therapeutic relationship. Throughout the process, I strive to provide a warm and inviting space for clients to share experiences, creatively examine feelings, identify strengths, laugh, cry, and simply be in the presence of someone who is listening. I value the creative process as a source of expression, insight, and healing that can be incorporated into the action of change.
(773) 596-9377 x7629
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Katie Augustyn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Seeking therapy can be a difficult decision, but it can also be a decision that changes your life in positive ways. If you are experiencing difficult feelings, thoughts or behaviors, therapy can help you explore these issues and move forward with new, more adaptive coping skills. My goal as a therapist is to provide compassionate psychotherapy with a focus on fostering and developing my client's inherent strengths. I work to create a supportive, nurturing environment that will allow us to explore issues and negative patterns that may be getting in the way of a fulfilling and meaningful life.
(773) 355-4938
Chicago, Illinois 60618
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
Kelly Berkheimer, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Most people who come to therapy are looking to make a change for the better in their lives. My patients have found that the therapy relationship is a powerful and profound forum for understanding themselves and their experiences more deeply, and that this leads to making positive changes that last. Whether you are struggling with making a relationship work, dealing with the effects of depression or anxiety, or overwhelmed trying to navigate the "real world" after leaving school, we can work together to find your most fulfilling path. I work in a group of like-minded therapists who share my vision for helping others.
(312) 380-0750 x2
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Alixandra Foisy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT
“My specialty is working with older adults and those with a disability, chronic pain or health issues as well as those providing care and support for a loved one. My treatment approach is individualized with an emphasis on body awareness. As a Certified Yoga Teacher, I can assist with proper alignment, breathing techniques, and meditations that can diminish pain, depression, and anxiety that often occurs when growing older or living with a health problem.
(773) 295-0291
Chicago, Illinois 60608
Dana Baerger, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Do you feel as though you no longer know how to solve the problems in your marriage? Do you find yourself having the same arguments with your spouse or partner, over and over again? Do you find yourself struggling with feelings of anger, sadness, loneliness, or despair? I would like to help you rebuild and transform your relationship. I work with couples who would like to enrich their partnership, improve their ability to manage conflict and stress, and renew their capacity for commitment and appreciation. I also have special expertise in helping couples heal after sexual infidelity or other transgressions.
(312) 548-8945
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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
Theresa Cabanas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Taking the step to enter therapy can be a difficult decision. While many people feel weak when having to begin therapy, I see it as a strength. Being able to acknowledge that life has become overwhelming and extra support is needed, exhibits courage. Coming from a strengths based perspective, I believe everyone has the qualities to set and achieve goals and live a fulfilling life. Together we can develop effective coping skills to manage life's stressors.
(773) 672-3252
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Stephanie Levi, MA, LCPC, Counselor  in Chicago
“You never thought you'd be looking for a therapist but here you are. Are old coping skills no longer working? Some people fear rejection or ridicule when discussing feelings and as a result may turn their suffering inward, remaining silent and isolated. The mind knows when its old wounds refuse to stay buried. Feelings/memories start to unsurface precisely to help us heal, and learn they are there to help you! I can help you explore feelings, fears, and how not to be paralyzed by them in a safe-space for you to grow and feel more in control.
(773) 840-0601
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Rosemary Magaņa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC
“Life can bring forth challenges and struggles which at times feel overwhelming. My approach in working with clients is humanistic and solution focused. My clinical experience includes working with clients who have experienced trauma, addressing relationship concerns, and managing depressive and anxiety symptoms.
(708) 221-9130
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Ilene Kastel, Counselor  in Chicago
“Are you trying to move forward from a break-up or looking to be more satisfied with your single life? I specialize in working with young adults in their 20s and 30s struggling with relationship ambivalence, recovery from a break-up, self-esteem, sadness, and anxiety. Typical clients in my practice include individuals that feel they should be at a different place in their lives then where they are, are wanting to gain a better sense of who they are and what they want, wanting to increase self-esteem and confidence, and express wanting to just "feel happier".
(630) 309-2044
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
Erica Kaitz LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“Treatment is about promoting change, and this change must come from within. I ask a great deal from my clients when I ask them to change. This journey towards change requires both the client and myself to work collaboratively and deeply. While my therapeutic approach is greatly influenced by psychoanalysis and relational therapy, I also employ aspects of Dialectical Behavior Therapy, specifically, the principle of radical genuineness to build rapport with my clients. I aim to provide my clients the space to explore underlying feelings, thought processes and behaviors, and the support needed to engage with the therapy process.
(914) 618-5977
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Lincoln Park Counseling Group, Counselor  in Chicago
“You may come to see me for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it's the way you are feeling and other times it's an event or situation you find yourself in life. I have come to understand that what underlies our conscious concerns or problems is the root cause of our experience of sadness, anxiety, or general life dissatisfaction. We will work together in a trusting and respectful therapeutic relationship to better understand and work-through unresolved issues that are getting in the way for you. You deserve to feel better and have a fuller life experience.
(773) 359-3974
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Sharon Steckler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I provide a warm, nurturing, collaborative environment to foster healthy emotional functioning. My goal is to assist you in creating a healthier sense of self. With over 20 years experience as a psychotherapist, I am well versed in psychodynamic clinical practice. I incorporate a number of methods, including evidenced based Cognitive Therapy, Mindfulness, Family Systems, and Attachment Therapy. I also have specialized training in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) for the treatment of trauma and other painful or highly charged memories, experiences, and relationships. My use of EMDR can facilitate rapid resolution of painful memories and relationships, trauma, and negative beliefs about the self.
(847) 807-1996
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Rachel Minzer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life doesn't always offer you what you expect, leaving you lost and unsure of your next steps. You can rediscover your direction from working with a trusted person who provides unconditional support in the ways you need most. I believe in partnering with my clients to understand their needs, empowering them with the appropriate tools to help achieve their goals.
(847) 984-0517
Chicago, Illinois 60645
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
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