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Relationship Issues Therapists in Chicago

Centered Therapy Chicago, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Everyone experiences challenges in their personal and family life. Therapy can dramatically improve the quality of your life and relationships. We focus on working with individuals and families who are experiencing stress, sadness, anger, or distressing feelings related communication, work/life balance, career/school, relationship struggles, parenthood, and family difficulties. We specialize in working with children and their families and can work with you, you partner, and your young child to improve things in your home. We can also help your child with navigate peer, school, and behavioral struggles. We also work with couples to improve their relationship satisfaction.
Relationship Issues
(773) 524-6887
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Ilinka Novakovic, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“The desire and pursuit of a good life is universal. At our deepest level, we all want to feel good about who we are and to experience ourselves as competent and effective in the world. However, we all struggle at times, and although we do our best, facing those struggles alone can feel overwhelming and discouraging. Your decision to find a therapist at this time in your life represents a healthy part of you. That's the part of you that no longer accepts your current unhappiness and has a deep and abiding hope for a better life.
Relationship Issues
(312) 789-5422
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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.
Relationship Issues
(914) 618-5977
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.
Relationship Issues
(312) 789-5385
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Christine C Kieffer, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe that psychotherapy is a collaborative process that is tailored to fit the patient's--whether adult, child or adolescent--needs. The process of change and development occurs optimally in the context of an empathic therapeutic alliance. My areas of specialization include depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, identity confusion and problems of unfulfilled development. I believe that effective treatment involves a process in which doctor and patient work together both to understand current problematic patterns and to facilitate new ways of being and relating.
Relationship Issues
(773) 219-1088
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Andrea Blaylock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Very simply, my practice is focused on helping couples and individuals improve their relationships. Relationships are challenged by everyday life and special circumstances. But, I believe that it all boils down to a few key factors: communication, conflict and closeness. If couples can improve in those areas, the rest seems to fall into place. I use the most researched tools available to help guide couples through this journey.
Relationship Issues
(312) 544-0630
Chicago, Illinois 60640
John B Houck, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I have enjoyed working as a counselor since 1974. I went into this work because I experienced how helpful counseling was to me when I really needed it. I have learned to understand myself and to overcome my anxiety and depression, improve my marriage and overcome my addiction to overeating. I am leading more groups now because of the therapeutic value and cost-effectiveness of groups. I am also available for individual and couples' sessions. My integration of spirituality and psychotherapy is particularly helpful when people seek answers, values, relief from worry, and to fill a materialistic void with spirituality.
Relationship Issues
(773) 770-6771
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Andrea S. Platt, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Is your relationship causing you stress instead of comfort? Do you wonder where the love has gone? Are your having trouble getting over a relationship loss? If any of these apply to you, let me help you feel better and build the relationship that you want. Counseling can provide you with tools to improve communication, resolve conflicts, and develop intimacy. If you are starting over, we will figure out how you can meet the person of your dreams and develop a loving relationship. There is hope! Take the first step and call today.
Relationship Issues
(312) 595-9547
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Deborah Hellerstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Have you lost an important relationship or can't find meaningful connections? Do you feel trapped,on edge, or creatively blocked? It's important to trust the therapist you pick will understand and help you. For 30 years I have worked collaboratively with people from their 20's to their 70's overcome what they feared were unsurmountable obstacles and build fulfilling relationships, find meaningful jobs, and develop healthy self esteem. I have a Phd in social work and a BFA in art. I've worked with a range of people from those in IT jobs, to mechanics, teachers, artists and stay at home parents.
Relationship Issues
(312) 789-5392
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Katelyn Corrigan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, AMFT
“I work with teens, adults, couples, and families using a mindfulness-based perspective to cope with life's transitions and stress. I offer a holistic approach to therapy integrating all aspects of one's life, including relationships, health, school/career and family background. Working with teens and young adults, I have helped with the transition to college, social anxiety, dating, and depression. I am skilled at coaching families and couples through conflict and misunderstandings by setting goals and working to manage emotions. Starting therapy can be daunting; I will help you find comfort and confidence in your self-exploration.
Relationship Issues
(872) 704-1715
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Susan Cornelius, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The Therapeutic process has the power to transform personal struggles and generate growth for those who find the courage to participate in it. I have been involved in this work for over 30 years. I bring not only my training and experience to my clients but the resolute belief that everyone has the capacity for growth and healing beyond what they would believe. I view therapy as an interactive process between myself and the client.
Relationship Issues
(773) 683-3611
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Charles H Berry, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Welcome. I'm glad you made the decision to seek out help and begin the process of feeling better. For many, this first step is the most difficult. Do you feel overwhelmed and want more balance in your life? Are you struggling with past or present relationships? Do you have thoughts or feelings that you just can't shake? Are you trying to negotiate a transition and move forward with your life? Our work together may help you overcome obstacles and assist you as you transform your life.
Relationship Issues
(773) 717-2983
Chicago, Illinois 60637
Stephanie Whitman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MS, JD
“Are you struggling in your relationships? Are you and your partner experiencing conflict that you can't seem to resolve? I can help you understand the underlying issues and needs that lead to withdrawal or anger, and work with you to re-establish strong bonds. Together we will identify the negative patterns that repeat, learn how to interrupt those and to instead create positive conflict resolution skills. I am passionate about the work I do as a therapist, and I respect each person's struggle and strengths.
Relationship Issues
(847) 416-2073
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Courtney Burtscher, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Therapy is about creating a space where you can focus on your own needs. It is one way that you can work to gain insight, practice caring for yourself and produce meaningful change. Whatever the reason for you coming to therapy, I hope to help by providing collaboration, direct feedback and a safe environment. Early morning, afternoon and evening appointments are available for your scheduling convenience.
Relationship Issues
(773) 922-6978
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Linda S Levi, Counselor  in Chicago
“As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor my goal is to create a warm and compassionate space in which individuals, couples and families can develop and improve meaningful relationships.
Relationship Issues
(847) 207-2595
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Jessica Rothman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MSMFT, LMFT
“I am a licensed marriage and family therapist committed to treating individuals, couples, and families. My clinical interests lie in treating couples' issues, individuals experiencing difficulty during a transition in their lives, bereavement and loss, and anxiety issues either individually or within a family system. I use a systemic and strengths-based approach in working with individuals and the relationships they have in their lives. Using an integrative model of change, I highlight a different part of the theory to fit with your identified needs.
Relationship Issues
(312) 698-3701
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Chandan R. Bhagia  in Chicago
“"I'm stuck. I feel so alone. I'm not sure how I can move forward from this." These are painful thoughts that we all have or will struggle with at some point in our lives. Taking the steps to face these challenges can be an intimidating process that often takes courage and commitment toward one's self-growth. I value such commitment and am honored to be a part of such a journey, with clients that I work with. In treatment, I have found that clients experience me as collaborative, compassionate and committed to their personal growth.
Relationship Issues
(630) 517-5732
Chicago, Illinois 60611
“Feeling down, confused, anxious or angry? Frustated with personal, family or professional relationships? Overwhelmed by life's everyday challenges? Simply need someone to listen? Taylor Counseling Care offers the understanding and guidance you need to achieve greater satisfaction in your life and relationships. While it is not easy to reach out for support regarding personal matters, remember that almost everyone will encounter internal or external experiences that require therapeutic intervention. The counseling relationship provides an outlet to explore and modify aspects of life that cause distress and empowers clients to identify and resolve future challenges.
Relationship Issues
(312) 945-7519
Chicago, Illinois 60652
Cara McCanse, Psychologist  in Chicago
“A fundamental human need is to feel emotionally close to others. Difficulty connecting in a platonic or romantic way can leave you feeling sad, anxious, and lonely. Often, you become involved with others who may cause you more interpersonal stress because you don't know any different, or you just don't want to feel disconnected. But after repeated unsatisfying, unhealthy, and unfulfilling relationships, you feel vulnerable and damaged and often blame yourself. You may find yourself wondering, "am I capable of breaking these patterns, will I ever join and create a mutually beneficial relationship?" In a word, yes!
Relationship Issues
(312) 257-3625
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Kathleen M McShane, Counselor  in Chicago
“Every person or couple has the potential for growth that will lead to a more fulfilling life. Whether that means identifying small steps or big leaps I will provide you with a safe space to explore how to move forward as your best you, which may include a closer look at past events or strategies for how to tackle future goals.
Relationship Issues
(312) 697-1671
Chicago, Illinois 60643
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