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Therapists in Chicago

Lauren Fontana, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Lauren enjoys providing therapy services to children, adolescents, families, couples and individuals of all ages. Lauren has an interest in working with children and teens that present with oppositional and defiant behaviors and their families as well as providing services to families in an office setting as well as at home to better address the dynamics that are present. Lauren specializes in working with children and adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, and have experienced trauma. Lauren is also passionate about working with families and individuals who are struggling with the loss of a loved one.
(773) 295-6847
Chicago, Illinois 60631
Paul Popernik, Counselor  in Chicago
“You are not alone dealing with anxiety, depression, loss, anger, and relationship difficulties. I understand the pain and complications of these issues and have successfully helped individuals, like yourself, find peace and happiness for over 20 years. In a relaxed, supportive environment, I will help you explore and process difficult feelings and challenge underlying counterproductive thoughts and behaviors. You will achieve a greater sense of relief and awareness, and develop tools that foster better continued health. I will also help you acquire a more balanced lifestyle achieved through exercise, diet, sleep hygiene, work/life balance and maintaining healthy relationships.
(773) 417-5330 x4
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Rena Mcdaniel, Counselor  in Chicago
“Rena received her Masters in Community Counseling from DePaul University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Her clinical specializations include trauma and recovery, PTSD, and the LGBTQI population. Her clinical work is informed by Brene Brown's Shame Resilience theory, shedding light on the ways shame, vulnerability, and authenticity interact in her client's lives. Her clinical style is warm and collaborative, helping clients locate and build upon the strengths and supports they already have in their lives in order to create meaningful change, while challenging behaviors and thoughts that are no longer working for the client.
(773) 257-7505
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Aarti Mehta, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“In my practice, I strive to take a holistic approach to treatment. I focus on the biological aspects of treatment via medications when necessary, the psychological aspects of treatment via psychotherapy and the social aspects of treatment by inviting family and significant others to participate in treatment if the patient wishes. Psychiatric issues are much more complex than a single diagnosis, and I look forward the challenge of discovering the depth of each patient.
(773) 245-1975
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Aaron Karmin, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am an active therapist in that I ask questions and offer consistent feedback to guide the session's focus. I utilize an integrative style - applying a variety of approaches to best meet the needs of each client/couple and their concerns. It is my belief that the counseling process is one in which all parties are actively involved. I recognize the need for flexibility and creativity to address the mind and body. My approach focuses identifying physical cues, recognizing thoughts, considering consequences, implementing solutions, choosing behaviors, and promoting expression.
(888) 539-5275 x1
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Mary Andrus, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am an art therapist and psychotherapist. My work is person centered, focused on building a trusting relationship in which we navigate an understanding of your experience through dialogue and art making. I do not interpret or pathologize based on the art work that is created. I allow you to find your understanding of yourself by asking you questions in response to the work to help you know yourself deeply. No previous experience with art is necessary. It offers another avenue to explore yourself, and often through the process you may find relief and insight.
(773) 250-6175
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Kathy Bingham, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Focus in therapy initially addresses the obstacles that bring a client into the therapy process. These stressors often include relationship difficulties, balancing career and personal life, addressing grief, loss or trauma, or adapting to health problems as well as searching for personal meaning in life. Addressing depression and anxiety and helping to develop adaptive coping strategies become integrated, as well. As therapy progresses, clients often continue to problem solve, as well as to articulate the ways in which their personal histories may be incorporated into their life dilemmas, and choices, and work to find meaningful direction in their current lives.
(312) 251-1440
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Paula Carolina Castillo, Psychologist  in Chicago
“At Centro Castillo for Personal and Family Wellbeing, our clinicians strongly believe that the reasons you seek assistance is only part of you and your life. Together we will discover what motivates you and use this insight to increase self-awareness in how you feel, think and behave. With this knowledge, the ultimate goal is optimal decision making and feeling better about your life, thus leading to a more fulfilling future.
(773) 622-6218
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Symmetry Counseling, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“Welcome to Symmetry Counseling. We are a group of over 20 mental health professionals located in Chicago Loop and downtown Winnetka specializing in counseling, psychotherapy, and coaching for individuals, couples, and families. We chose the name Symmetry because the word evokes our goal to assist you in developing an ability to remain balanced and resilient under the forces of change.
(312) 698-3470
Chicago, Illinois 60606
John Rolfe Stutesman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Is it difficult for you to sustain well being, change self defeating patterns, or avoid unhealthy relationships? These forms of unhappiness deprive an individual of satisfying relationships, career goals and self contentment. It is my view, that therapy can effectively bring new levels of satisfaction and happiness into relationships and personal life. My goal is to work collaboratively with a client to thoughtfully address their concerns and difficulties and to help them attain a happy, healthy and fulfilling life.
(312) 715-8982
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Gregg (Cal) Calvird, Counselor  in Chicago
“As a licensed clinical professional counselor, my practice focus is on adult issues of work/life balance, relationship issues, managing depression and anxiety, as well as substance use and compulsive behaviors. Grounded in client-centered and humanistic philosophies of growth and change, my style is active, collaborative and respectful. As an artist trained as a psychotherapist, I believe strongly in the untapped creative capacity and resilience of each person to translate actionable insight into relevant, meaningful change.
(872) 213-7738
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Simon Weismantel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
“I use a warm and non-judgmental approach that allows people to share what brings them into session, even when the issues may be hard to talk about or feel shameful. I enjoy connecting with people at all stages of recovery from psychological worries; from those interested in trying therapy for the first time to folks returning for another period of healing, exploration, and growth. Sometimes life can feel unmanageable! It would be a privilege to partner with you on your brave and vital journey towards greater health, wholeness, and happiness.
(312) 313-0489
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Elizabeth Salland  in Chicago
“I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults from many different backgrounds. My clinical specialties lie in working with individuals who are experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship problems, difficulties with peers at school, and trauma.
(312) 675-4585
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Shabad Kaur Khalsa, Counselor  in Chicago
“Happiness is your birthright. Consider that my 25 years of professional experience integrating verbal psychotherapy, expressive arts therapy and yoga/meditation-based techniques may help make a difference in your life. This is especially effective for clients who are: extra-sensitive; hesitant to begin pharmaceutical treatment or motivated to transition out of taking a medication; experiencing treatment-resistant depression; or simply searching for a sense of purpose. Clients typically make long-term lifestyle changes that promote well-being and enjoy more satisfying relationships.
(773) 757-6632
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Rebecca Bergen, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Explore. Understand. Grow. These three words best explain my approach to therapy. Through the establishment of a trusted therapeutic relationship, together, we will embark on the process of psychological change. We will explore what is preventing you from reaching your full potential. You will develop a greater understanding of yourself, which will facilitate your growth into the person you want to become. I am a licensed clinical psychologist offering counseling to adults, adolescents, children, and families. I have extensive experience treating clients with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, low self-esteem, eating disorders, parenting issues, behavioral problems and career concerns.
(773) 877-3250
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Sara Cull, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Whatever may be impacting you right now, a supportive ear, a caring witness can help you understand and sort out what might be going on within or around you. I have experience and interest in working with individuals struggling with anxiety and mood disorders, relationship issues, chronic health problems, women's health (fertility issues, pregnancy, postpartum issues and adjustment), life transitions, work stress, parenting and a wide range of mental health concerns. I will work with you to shape the therapeutic experience for growth and change.
(773) 432-4289
Chicago, Illinois 60657
John A Knoerzer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with individuals, couples and families, and have over 15 years of experience working in various settings, including Employee Assistance Programs, group homes, and direct practice. I focus on helping people better understand themselves and those around them by teaching skills that can solve current problems and future ones as well. My knowledge of various therapy techniques allows me to customize an approach to best serve your current situation, and adjust it to meet your changing needs.
(773) 993-1282
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Josh Hetherington, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LCPC
“We all want to live happy and productive lives and we all have strengths that help us do this. Strengths lie in our relationships and inside of us. Sometimes blocks keep us from being able to use our strengths. Helping clients understand the patterns in their lives is essential in changing the negative and enhancing the positive patterns. The blocks may be based in thinking, in emotions, in behaviors, or related to specific disorders. I started the Northside Center for Relationship Counseling (NCRC) to help clients lift blocks and live balanced lives.
(773) 328-8363
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Susan F. Walsh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“Are you concerned about your drinking? Have you tried quitting or cutting back on your own, but feel you are just spinning your wheels? Are you trapped in a cycle of determination and resolve followed by the discouragement of slipping back? You've probably tried everything you know how to do but it just doesn't seem to be working. I am glad you are here because I would like to help. Working with an experienced, compassionate expert may be the answer you are looking for.
(773) 312-7353
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Amy Tierney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, Med, LMFT
“I work with individuals, couples and families to express their challenges and understand themselves and their relationships in a healthier context. I also offer support during life transitions and crisis so clients are empowered and experience resilience. My approach is humanistic and interpersonal in which we work in the relationship and our relationship helps you gain insight and awareness into your self and patterns. I am supportive and gentle, yet can be challenging and directive when appropriate. I am experienced in conflict resolution in couples and families.
(773) 362-5823
Chicago, Illinois 60625
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