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Autism Therapists in Chicago

Elanor Neff,   in Chicago
“I love providing therapy to children with autism because seeing the impact that the change in behavior has on the family is very rewarding.
(872) 241-1110
Chicago, Illinois 60659
Comprehensive Early Autism Services (CEAS),   in Chicago
“Comprehensive Early Autism Services (CEAS) mission is to serve the needs of children with developmental delays and other special populations in the Chicagoland area and also in the communities surrounding Detroit and Ann Arbor.
(708) 443-4248
Chicago, Illinois 60657
“I am an experienced Pediatric OT, Mother of 5, and a thought leader in the pediatric therapy industry (see website and blogs We serve all Chicagoland children and families with any special needs including behaviors, learning dis, motor skills, speech and language skills, sensory, attention, coordination, social skills, reading, diet, social /emotional, therapy, support for autism ABA, evaluation and testing. We truly look at the whole child and address all family and child issues in one place. We have a team that can help at home and at school also.
(847) 979-4928
Office is near:
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Institute for Therapy through the Arts, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“The Institute for Therapy through the Arts empowers and energizes individuals, families and communities to grow and heal by engaging in creative arts therapies. Founded in 1975, the Institute for Therapy through the Arts (ITA) is one of the few comprehensive community-based arts therapy programs in the United States to offer all four creative arts treatment modalities - Music Therapy, Drama Therapy, Art Therapy, and Dance/Movement Therapy.
(847) 807-3877 x590
We serve:
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Allison Lobel, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I appreciate the long and difficult journey one can sometimes experience prior to making the decision to seek out the support of a therapist. Therapy can offer a hopeful means of prevention and intervention and facilitate a healthy way of responding to challenging behaviors and complex developmental issues. With specialized training working with children, adolescents, and families, I am committed to collaborating with you throughout the therapy process in order to work towards the desired progress and growth for you and your family.
(773) 309-4696 x04
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Amy Marie Uscila, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
(630) 409-0479
Office is near:
Chicago, Illinois 60657
“I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with over 10 years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families. My goal is to create an atmosphere that is open and nurturing to everyone. I believe that by looking honestly at where we are, everyone has the potential for positive change, regardless of where we find ourselves. I use an eclectic approach in therapy and personalize interaction with each client.
(312) 219-9310
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Christina M. Warner-Metzger, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My practice focuses on early childhood issues, including psychological assessment for children with developmental disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and trauma histories. I also coordinate the Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Program, an evidence-based treatment designed for children 2 to 6 with emotional and behavioral disorders. PCIT provides caregivers with real-time coaching during interactions with their child. Children develop positive self-esteem and prosocial skills and learn to follow directions, and manage frustration and anger. After completing PCIT, caregivers generally report high levels of satisfaction in their relationship with their child, and decreases in parenting stress and family stress.
(773) 840-0870
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Mark Farrell O'Brien, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Life Skills Coach with a developmentally-sensitive approach to working with young adults. I specialize in counseling adolescents, college students, emerging adults, and young professionals with substance use disorder and mental health issues. I invite you to visit my website to learn more.
(312) 756-7236
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Dr. Amber Fasula, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Dr. Fasula works as a specialist in biofeedback and neurofeedback in the Chicago area and for the Dr. Phil Show. She also provides a variety of psychological services to help individuals, groups, and families cope with various issues that arise throughout the lifespan. She utilizes an approach based on integrating individual strengths and assets at more conscious levels to build a foundation of positive mental health and stability. The aim is to clients re-establish a living pattern that improves their sense of satisfaction and confidence in their ability to meet their particular lifestyle needs.
(312) 623-6463
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Joe Guse, Psychologist  in Chicago
Psychologist, LCPC, PsyD
“I'm a former comedian who entered the field of psychology after working as an entertainer in nursing homes, where I observed a strong relationship between laughter, resilience and healing. I've written 14 books detailing my experiences integrating laughter into my work, and firmly believe that we can all learn to incorporate more humor into our lives. Although we are confronted by grief, change, and loss, I also believe we have choices as to how we are going to respond to these things. I strive to help others incorporate humor into the way they make these emotional choices
(312) 646-3758
Chicago, Illinois 60603
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
Kathleen S Blehart  in Chicago
“My therapy practice offers the highest level of expertise, access, and care for adults and adolescents. I work to build a genuine relationship, create a safe space for discovery, and work to understand each client. This allows clients to safely explore alongside me, and begin to see themselves with greater clarity, depth, and honesty. Good, effective therapy will likely not happen overnight (though wonderful eureka moments certainly occur along the way), and trust, honesty, and humor are invaluable to a beneficial therapeutic relationship. I believe that laughter and tears are equally powerful but that therapeutic change is measured in neither.
(312) 548-8908
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Chicago Psychological Health and Wellness, Psychologist  in Chicago
“At Chicago Psychological Health and Wellness, we are committed to maintaining our clients' care and well-being as our top priority. We are a corporation of experienced psychologists and psychotherapists who offer a range of services, including psychotherapy, assessment, and psychoeducational presentations. Our clinicians work with individuals of all ages, as well as couples and families.
(773) 733-4037
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Yehuda Smolarcik, Psychologist  in Chicago
“For many people, therapy can be a deeply rewarding and transformational process. We all have fears, doubts, insecurities and patterns of self-defeating behaviors which hold us back from living up to our fullest potential. Through the creation of an accepting, respectful and collaborative relationship, I work with adults, children and adolescents to help them realize how to become the best version of themselves, with the ultimate goal of living happier, healthier and more meaningful lives.
(847) 462-4269
Chicago, Illinois 60637
Emily M Burchfield, Counselor  in Chicago
“From time to time, everyone has struggles in life, whether it's adjusting to loss or transitions, coping with problems in relationships, or with balancing the demands of daily life. Though it can really help to talk things over with a professional counselor, sometimes people hesitate, fearing the possibility of being judged or not understood. I believe that providing a safe, trusting, and nonjudgmental environment is one of the most important elements of good therapy, an element that allows positive change to occur.
(773) 717-2933
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Matthew Shaffer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice welcomes children (age 9 & up), adolescents, and adults to explore life issues and challenges, as well as existing strengths and assets, in a supportive & safe environment. Developing trust and building a positive relationship serves as a starting point; I then help my clients increase their capacity to ask themselves questions, challenge previous assumptions and patterns, understand their family/social environment and try out new thoughts and actions. Together, we walk the path of progress and change, taking steps towards becoming the best possible version of ourselves, as often as we can.
(847) 562-5916
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Rebecca Rice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, R-DMT
“Sometimes our problems seem insurmountable and we don't know where to start. Painful events, life circumstances, frustrating relationships, family tensions, transitions, school/work challenges all can feel very overwhelming. I strive to foster a strong, trusting therapeutic relationship, because I believe it is in the context of this relationship that clients can be inspired to better understand themselves and effect change. I help clients through difficult times and empower them to try new ways of approaching their lives. My treatment approach varies with client needs and my philosophy is that everyone has strengths and the capacity to heal and grow.
(773) 819-2917 x3
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Lyndia Madison, Counselor  in Chicago
Counselor, MA
“Cognitive-Behavioral ONLINE-THERAPY to anyone, anytime or anywhere, just as long as you has access to the Internet. In our training sessions we will show you how you can stay in control of your problems and manage; help development of language; social interactions, and independent living skills.
(901) 201-5505
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Kelley Oldham, Counselor  in Chicago
“Finding a therapist from a few lines can be difficult. For me, the most important part of therapy is a connection with your therapist. I offer complimentary consultations over the phone or in the office, It takes off some of the pressure and helps you decide if it is something you want to pursue. Many of us are intimidated by the idea of an hour spent talking about ourselves. A famous therapist said it best: "One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful."
(312) 548-7688
Chicago, Illinois 60618
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If you're looking for help with autism in Chicago or for a Chicago autism Therapist these professionals provide autism help, autism therapy, autism counseling, autism treatment and therapy for autism. They include autism Therapists, autism psychologists, autism psychotherapists and autism counselors. A Therapist can help with diagnosis on the autism spectrum or aspergers in Chicago. The professionals work with autism in children or children with autism, autism in adolescents or adolescents with autism and autism in adults or adults with autism.

Chicago Therapists work with autism behaviors in Chicago and autism disorder and follow autism research. These professionals can provide autism support or connect you to an autism network or support group or to autism training. Finally, Therapists provide support for parents of autistic children in Chicago or autistic kids and direct you to local autism resources.

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Therapists in Chicago have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Chicago you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Chicago and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Chicago or family therapy in Chicago.