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Therapists in Chicago

Robert Feldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“My clients usually begin therapy when old patterns of feeling and behaving increasingly interfere with their life goals. Whether it's in their work, their personal life or their parenting they feel stuck. Old patterns produce frustrating results and nothing new seems to work. Therapy offers the opportunity to explore and understand what is restricting their growth and offers new ways to solve old problems.
(312) 945-7855
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Alison Kramme, Counselor  in Chicago
“Looking for relief from symptoms of depression, anxiety or low self esteem? Perhaps you are struggling in your current relationship to feel heard, to increase intimacy or to quit arguing? Through our work together I will help you find positive alternatives to negative thoughts, beliefs, feelings and behaviors that are keeping you from fully understanding and accepting yourself and connecting with others. Together we will establish realistic goals, monitor growth and change and celebrate rewards, while learning to accept the things that can't be changed. Clients see me as non-judgmental, empowering, and active in their quest for healing.
(312) 789-5398
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Ashly C Lawrence, Counselor  in Chicago
“As a strengths-based therapist, I draw from a client's existing strengths to help further nourish their sense of self and self-efficacy in this world. I believe in collaborating with clients to bring about desired change and promote a positive self image. I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from The Family Institute at Northwestern University. Prior to beginning my work in private practice, I had manyl years' experience working with children, adolescents and families in acute psychiatric crisis.
(312) 698-3723
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Sarah Warren, Psychologist  in Chicago
“With over 20 years in practice, I enjoy working with high functioning clients who want more purpose in their careers, or relief from anxiety or depression, or to address their relationship to alcohol, drugs or other compulsive behavior. My career transition clients seek to reinvent themselves in their second act, whether moms returning to the paid workforce or professionals who've paid their dues. I also work with clients who are undergoing major life transitions such as divorce. My clients work in a variety of high stakes, high accountability fields from IT to medicine, law to professional sports.
(312) 548-9014
Chicago, Illinois 60611
“I find every person who seeks my care unique, interesting and with a compelling story to tell. This creates a context and feeling of deep commitment within me for their well-being. My credentials can be considered impeccable, I t is my desire to create a setting for understanding and growth that makes me a special therapist. Children, adolescents, adults and couples make up my practice.
(773) 312-5676
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Elita Wolsk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“With over 20 years' experience as a therapist working with diverse issues, I use a holistic approach that builds on your current coping skills and problem solving strategies. We focus on stress management training and the development of greater self awareness that help you achieve a healthier lifestyle and a greater sense of well-being. When appropriate, I use hypnosis as an effective therapeutic technique for certain health, behaviors and emotional issues. Hypnosis blends the best of both nontraditional and mainstream practices.
(773) 669-8922
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Nyro Murphy, Counselor  in Chicago
“Together, we can work to create new solutions for dealing with emotional pain. Starting this process can feel overwhelming, but it doesn't have to. I have an up front, relatable style, and work to help clients improve their functioning, sense of well-being, and peace. Understanding and validation are key ingredients in my work, but sometimes we need to go deeper and challenge ourselves in order to find the peace we deserve. I can help facilitate this process, without it becoming overwhelming. This work is best suited to treating Anxiety and Mood Disorders, Addictions C-SAT, and Trauma.
(206) 489-3544
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Vanessa E Ford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“I believe in building collaborative relationships with my clients. Many of the people who come to see me are insightful and know that certain behaviors or symptoms of depression, stress or anxiety are holding them back. We will work together to both help you develop better coping and self-esteem, as well as developing a better understanding of your issues and problems. Cognitive-behavioral therapy can help with this. For more information on my background please visit the "credentials" page on my website.
Chicago, Illinois 60613
James Hallberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“I develop my therapeutic relationship with clients based upon the understanding that honesty and willingness are the foundation points to a beneficial therapeutic journey. I work well with those individuals that are able to embrace the uncertainty of therapy and adjust to the process of unveiling emotions. Our lives are very unique and cannot be generalized for therapeutic application.
(773) 231-5297
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Charla WeatherbyTrinidad, Counselor  in Chicago
“My primary goal is to assist you with healing and working through your current and past experiences. In my practice I utilize a strength based and holistic approach focusing on the whole self- mind, body and spirit. I assist individuals with reaching their whole potential. I will work with you to identify your personal strengths and how they can assist you to cope with your present and past issues and experiences.
(312) 445-0649
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Manuel S Silverman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Good luck in finding your "ideal" therapist. My ideal patient is an adolescent or adult who is reluctant to be in "therapy." Perhaps there have been bad experiences in prior therapy or just plain suspicion of the value of sitting and talking to solve problems. I believe very strongly that therapy is a relationship based on trust, In the first session we will determine if this trust is present. If not, a referral is in order and I will suggest other therapists who might be a more suitable match. If you have questions, call me for a brief complimentary consultation. Again, good luck..
(773) 639-1307
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Douglas Morrison, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Experienced, committed, thoughtful, flexible, and ethical. Often, people are daunted by the prospect of changing feelings, behaviors, and patterns that may have long histories, or that have resisted previous efforts. I firmly believe therapy offers solid reasons to be hopeful. Certainly, there is the opportunity to understand the unnoticed internal factors that impede efforts to move ahead. But what therapy uniquely provides is the caring and thoughtful relationship in which such insight can be developed, and in which a sense of comfort can foster a strengthened experience of oneself, and thus the confidence to try something that is genuinely new.
(312) 380-0086
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Erich Heintzen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that as we evolve and grow, our connections with ourselves, others and the world around us can become deeper and more fulfilling. However, when we are under stress, in a relationship crisis, or feel anxious or depressed, our connections to our loved ones and to ourselves are limited. We may be unable to communicate, feel angry, lack energy and feel overwhelmed. In order to relieve life's pressures, it is important to slow down, and become more self-aware--reconnecting with ourselves once again. Counseling fosters trust, and is a process that promotes growth and change.
(773) 663-4551
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Amy L Wilde, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and have been working with children, families and adolescents in Chicago for the past 20 years. For the last 16 years, I have served as a primary therapist at a local children's hospital, providing direct clinical care to children and adolescents within the inpatient unit, partial hospital program and outpatient psychiatry department. I specialize in helping children, adolescents and adults address and overcome issues surrounding mood and anxiety disorders, loss, adjustment issues, trauma, family conflict and social difficulties. Areas of experience include provision of individual, group and family therapy.
(312) 489-8685
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Jonas Hart Ginsburg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC
“Jonas is devoted to empowering people towards successfully managing life's expected and unexpected challenges and transitions. The name of his practice Insight Solutions Therapy was chosen based upon the goal to support people in developing insights that lead to solutions that fit the unique needs of each person. Jonas works with diverse world populations and backgrounds.
(773) 966-2307
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Scott D Pytluk, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe many life struggles are due to our attempts to adapt in ways that don't seem to work. Emotional distress is often caused by factors outside our awareness. These factors limit the range of possible ways to live successful lives. We try to help ourselves by using various creative strategies and sometimes discover we can succeed only with the assistance of someone who knows how to help. A close relationship with a skilled professional sensitive to and who understands human challenges is crucial to discovering new ways of being and relating. I collaborate closely in relationship with clients to help transform their lives.
(312) 364-9965
Chicago, Illinois 60602
JoAnn Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in the treatment of survivors of sexual abuse and their non-offending family members. Survivors of sexual abuse often have a variety of problems that seem unsolvable or do not seem to make sense. I have specialized training that allows me to help clients understand their current problems in connection with their history of abuse. I also treat adolescents, adults and couples with a variety of problems including; depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties and parenting difficulties.
(630) 426-3215
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Ashley Samson, Art Therapist  in Chicago
“Our bodies are not the only parts of ourselves that need a tune up from time to time. The mind is a powerful tool that can benefit from supportive encouragement. Whether it's a job change, loss, relational issues, living with physical pain or just day-to-day stress, a supportive ear can mean the difference between just getting through the day and living the life that you deserve. In addition to working with tweens, teens and adults with mood and anxiety issues and Tinnitus sufferers, I also support families navigating parenting with a deaf or hard of hearing child.
(312) 957-4971
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Richard Gleiner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In therapy, we will work together so you can feel better, empower yourself, change how you deal with life's challenges, and get past the blocks that are keeping you stuck in unproductive ways. I will help you to identify the areas in your life that you want to change, support you through the process, and work with you to meet your goals.
(773) 747-6468
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Sheffield Square Professional Building, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“With compassionate therapy and support, I believe everyone can soar. I am down to earth and will honestly support you with empathy, insight & MIND/BODY connections to expand your possibilities. I treat: adults, individuals & couples. SPECIALTIES: relationships, eating disorders, co-dependency, PTSD, women's issues/abuse, anxiety, depression, panic- phobias. 25 years experience including 7 years as Chairperson of International Council on Alcoholism & Addictions. Using both traditonal, EMDR & energy work will enhance BODY/MIND connections. This will empower you to better and healthier life. I also do Forensic evaluations & alternative healing. Skype coaching sessions available for out of state contacts.
(773) 717-2964
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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