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Therapists in Chicago

The Center for Relationship Health @ Juniper Ctr., Psychologist  in Chicago
“You are undoubtedly tired of having the same argument over and over again without any resolution. Or your relationship may have lost it's spark and you really want it back! Perhaps you and your partner have different interests sexually and you want to work those out. Or, if there has been infidelity, you may want to repair, heal the wounds before you decide to end the relationship for good. For some, relationships just don't seem to work out and you want to figure out why. Whether you come alone or with your partner,We are here to help.
(847) 380-8646 x6
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Leslie Stein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“When your child or teen is having difficulty coping with daily stressors, it is hearbreaking. I teach you and your child strategies and tools. Because of my work as a school social worker, I understand the many ways academic challenges, family changes, and social struggles can impact kids and teens' behaviors at home and in the classroom setting. I work closely with parents to help their child learn and execute new skills, so the improvements continue in all areas of life. My ultimate goal is for you to not need me anymore, so you can succeed on your own.
(847) 786-2461
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Lisa M. Demos, Counselor  in Chicago
“My approach to therapy is empathic, strength-based and interactive. In addition, I believe that a safe, trusting therapeutic relationship while empowering the client is imperative for change. I have been providing therapy since 2000 for adults, couples, families, and children. My main approach to therapy is to utilize cognitive behavioral theory in order to process thoughts, feelings, and beliefs that contribute to faulty thinking and behavior. The goal is to challenge these and reframe so that the client achieves their personal goals
(773) 451-8172
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Wendy Wasson, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with twenty five years experience helping young adults and adults cope more effectively with life transitions (e.g. from loss, separation and divorce), manage relationship challenges, and develop self confidence and clarity. I like helping people get beyond "stuck points" in their lives, so they feel free to create the life they want. I have special expertise working with: individuals "in recovery" from alcoholism and co-dependency, or who grew up with alcoholism or early parent loss (through death or divorce). I also enjoy working with single and single-again men and women.
(773) 683-3921
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“I work with adults affected by anxiety, abuse (physical, sexual, emotional, verbal), grief and loss, Major Depressive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Bipolar Disorder, suicide of family member, co-worker, friend, or other, and women's issues. My experience includes 30 + years (and continuing) in the psychiatry department of a major university clinic and 10 years of private practice. I have a wide range of therapies from which to choose those offering the best"fit" for each client. My therapy approach is collaborative, interactive, strengths-based and focused on change. Former faculty member of The Jane Addams College of Social Work at the University of Illinois at Chicago (12 years.)
(773) 717-2930
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Neha Patel, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Life can be challenging, and support through tough times is essential. My professional work includes working with individuals who are stressed by the challenges of their daily lives as well as those who struggle with a mental illness. I encourage holistic health and wellness that includes, mind, body and spirit. I am passionate about my work and believe that treatment with a focus on intervention, prevention and support can lead to a more meaningful life with promise and hope.
(312) 229-0811
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Jason T McVicker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RDDP
“I have an unlimited belief in the ability of psychotherapy to transform lives. I believe the curative power of being listened to and understood cannot be overestimated. It is the foundation upon which all therapeutic change occurs. I strive to cultivate a safe, supportive environment in which barriers to personal growth are identified, explored and worked through. Mental health services are not a luxury reserved for the few. They are an essential element to overall wellness. Whether in crisis or seeking to know yourself more deeply, I welcome the opportunity to partner with you in your quest for greater fulfillment.
(773) 599-9942
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Maureen Rowley Barnett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
“I am interactive, relational and have a great respect for those who have the courage to ask for help. Most people contact me when feeling anxiety or depression due to life's challenges. My intent is to help you alleviate emotional distress as you access inner strength, identify options for change and implement a course of action. Though many of my clients are individuals I have a special interest in couple and family work.
(269) 409-1956
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Michelle Wood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you feeling stuck and unsure why? Not moving forward professionally, socially or relationally? Feel like stress, anxiety or depression is ruling your life? I use a non- judgmental approach in therapy to help clients find healthy ways of coping with whatever struggles life has presented. I support clients to achieve goals that we collaboratively develop and empower my clients to change distorted thinking patterns to improve their quality of life. I also use a strength based approach to therapy to improve self-esteem, decision making and to support positive relationships in my clients' lives.
(773) 756-5009
Chicago, Illinois 60643
Danielle Doucette, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in and is passionate about working with individuals who struggle with eating disorders, depression and anxiety, including obsessive compulsive disorder, and non-suicidal self-injury. I received highly specialized training in these areas in various eating disorder treatment centers throughout Chicagoland.
(773) 661-4913
Chicago, Illinois 60654
Silvia Acosta, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“My approach to psychotherapy is client-centered, with an emphasis on empowerment, acceptance, and building healthy behavioral repertoires. My aim is to identify what really matters in your life, in order to help you engage in actions that are aligned with your values. During sessions, I combine traditional talk therapy with experiential therapy techniques, such as simple mindfulness practices, that allow for a direct experience of the full self - mind, body, and spirit - in a safe and structured environment. Some of these practices include: guided meditations, gentle movement, controlled breathing techniques, role-playing, and guided imagery.
(786) 250-6951
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Laura Mick DeNatale, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I have fifteen years of experience providing psychotherapy to children, teens and adults. In addition to psychotherapy services, I offer LCSW exam prep services and tutoring, and clinical supervision for LCSW licensure. I strive to give my clients the support, guidance, feedback and tools needed to help them overcome life's challenges, feel better and lead a more satisfying life. My style is collaborative, empathic and genuine. I believe significant and lasting change happens in the context of a supportive and nurturing relationship. My expertise is in treating anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders through brief or long-term therapy.
(847) 681-3644
Chicago, Illinois 60645
Laurieann Chutis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, ABECSW
“I work with you, your partner & Family in a clear practical manner, focusing on life issues, providing insights and skills to cope. I give homework between sessions so you can practice what you learned and focus on healing, communication and problems-solving. For those experiencing anxiety at home or work, I can teach you Meditation, Stress & Anger Management skills and provide you cognitive, behavioral therapy while you learn to apply these skills to your situation. Many of you "may know" what to do. How to find a way to apply it to your situation is what I can provide.
(847) 416-0838
Chicago, Illinois 60637
Nicole M. Chmela, Counselor  in Chicago
“Recognizing the need to make changes in your life and seeking support takes courage. Therapy can provide not only the understanding that supports change, but the tools to prepare you to live with more confidence, balance and intentionality. I help clients make meaning of their struggles, articulate their desires, and collaborate to reach their goals. I am mindful of the interdependence between body, mind, and spirit and support and encourage my clients in doing the same.
(773) 657-4291
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LCSW
“I have over 20 years working with individuals and families. I also have experience facilitating group therapy. My work has focused on working with individuals with depression, anxiety, alcohol and drug abuse/dependency, personality disorders, Gay, Lesbian and Transgender individuals. I work with individuals who have severe chronic mental illness and with family members providing support and referrals to community services.
(773) 863-3445
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Diana Jean-Louis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MJ
“We Are Here to Help You Solve Problems. Let's face it sometimes everyone needs a little help when things get rough. But not everyone has time to commit to a rigid, long-term therapeutic regimen - some people need to seek help on their own terms. I have created a therapeutic environment that is conversational, flexible, and extremely transparent. I specialize in utilizing personal therapy as a medium for conflict resolution. Put simply, we use time and conversation to help you solve your problems, no matter what they are - depression, anxiety, relationship issues, family conflicts, or anything else.
(312) 477-0400
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Nicole M Bailey, Counselor  in Chicago
“Together we can explore what is happening in your life. As an insight-oriented, action-focused psychotherapist I offer an encouraging, nonjudgmental environment in which to resolve current issues, identify problematic patterns, and take steps toward fulfillment. Whether it is the presence of life stressors, or long standing issues, my goal is to support your self-exploration, in order to gain an improved sense of wellbeing. As we establish a strong working relationship, you will experience the benefits of support, empathy, and empowerment, while working to better your life. Challenging, with warmth and a sense of humor, you will find my approach authentic and relatable.
(312) 789-5385
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Danielle Kepler, Counselor  in Chicago
“The search for a therapist may be exciting, but also a bit intimidating. I can appreciate how you may be feeling. Don't let this stop you from making life changes. Working as a therapist in many different settings has made me realize that the key to effective therapy is your comfort. When you feel comfortable with your therapist, you gain the ability to make meaningful life changes. I will do my best to create a safe and comfortable therapeutic environment, one in which we will work together to achieve your goals. The power to decide belongs to you.
(312) 257-3657
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Rick Volden, Psychologist  in Chicago
“In more than 20 years as a private practitioner, I have had the privilege of helping hundreds of individuals and couples resolve a wide array of relationship and personal difficulties, from communication and intimacy problems to career and family issues to serious depression and anxiety. Throughout my career, I have consistently been impressed and inspired by the ability of my clients to commit to the therapy process and seek lasting change. This deep respect for my clients is the foundation upon which I aim to build a safe and collaborative working relationship.
(773) 244-2812
Chicago, Illinois 60613
“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
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