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Domestic Violence Therapists in Chicago

Robert M Johnson, Counselor  in Chicago
“I find that people seek counseling for a variety of reasons: 1. Crisis (arrest, divorce, job loss). 2. Tackle a chronic problem with addiction (sex, alcohol, drugs)., 3. Face the effects of life trauma (assault, abuse, neglect, loss), 4. Reduce fear, anger, anxiety, stress, or sadness, and 5. Increase success, love, and enjoyment. Basic unmet needs become layered with complicated feelings and behaviors over the course of life. For many, counseling significantly improves the success rate in responding to these needs. Together, we can find a path to healing and to living life more fully.
Domestic Violence
(312) 756-0469
Chicago, Illinois 60607
Payal Sud, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ICDVP
“Life gives us challenges. These challenges can include anxiety, depression, difficulties in relationships, or just feeling stuck in life. However, we do not have to face these challenges alone. It is my job to help you identify and eliminate stresses, embrace your strengths, and work towards empowerment. Through collaboration, we together can create an individualized and comprehensive plan to help you create an identity of your own, integrate positive practices into your daily interactions, and grow to live a happy and healthy life.
Domestic Violence
(708) 377-2935
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Lindoria C Storey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CPAIP
“Sometimes life's issues are difficult to navigate, and having someone to help you work through your concerns is important. Please allow me the opportunity to assist you in your journey.
Domestic Violence
(872) 241-1106
Chicago, Illinois 60655
Betsy Illingworth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Asking for help is hard. It can be difficult to open up to a new person about fears, insecurities, and personal history. Given these challenges, I work to provide a safe environment for clients to explore worries, feelings of sadness or hopelessness, or just a general sense of being "stuck." Together we can develop immediate coping strategies as well as meaningful, future-focused change. My practice is grounded in social justice and feminism, and I have a passion for working with women. I use a strengths-based, trauma-informed, cognitive behavioral approach that incorporates evidence-based practices, empathy, and humor.
Domestic Violence
(312) 967-9212
Chicago, Illinois 60654
“We treat multiple issues at Deer Rehabilitation Services, we believe in treating our client professionally in our private and comfortable offices. We have over 15 years of experience in substance abuse, marriage and family counseling, grief and individual counseling and domestic violence counseling. In addition, we specialize in working with law enforcement professionals as well.
Domestic Violence
(773) 432-7350
Chicago, Illinois 60624
Julie Johnson, Counselor  in Chicago
“I specialize in working with people who have experienced trauma which can include but not limited to: sexual abuse/assault, and domestic violence. My focus is a Holistic approach to helping people recover and heal after a traumatic event and learn ways to cope and manage when their world has been turned upside down from a traumatic event. When someone does not heal from a traumatic event, they can develop depression, PTSD, and anxiety. I am here to help you in your healing journey.
Domestic Violence
(773) 809-3919
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Jenna Fahey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, AMFT, MA
“I work with individuals and couples to help them with the stressors of life; addictions, sexual issues, mental health issues and abuse all take a toll on our relationships. My approach to therapy is based on the care that I have for my clients and desire for them to feel understood. I strongly believe in establishing a relationship of equals and mutual respect between therapist and client. I am a research-based therapist, which means that the information and tools I teach have been proven by research to be effective for long-lasting changes.
Domestic Violence
(312) 361-0633
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Margaret Waugh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Therapy is a unique opportunity to focus on yourself and begin down the path to a healthy, more fulfilling life. Working collaboratively with a therapist can help you to explore patterns, relationships and ways of functioning that no longer serve your best interest. This exploration can lead to the strength and confidence necessary to make changes and regain focus in your life. Therapy is an emotionally safe place that will allow you to heal as you address difficult issues, gain clarity, and become reacquainted with your authentic self.
Domestic Violence
(773) 312-5134
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Anneli Riismaa (Raud), Psychologist  in Chicago
“Relationship issues, abuse history, domestic violence, communication, problems arising from pornography, and anger management are a some topics that I have focused my practice on. I work with individuals, couples, and provide group therapy opportunities. Success in therapy is ultimately the result of the collaboration of you and me, the client and the therapist. There are no set number of sessions. You are a unique individual and you work at your own pace. I am committed to working with your needs and timetables.
Domestic Violence
(646) 490-0197
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Shireen Musleh, Counselor  in Chicago
“Challenges overwhelm us sometimes. Relationship problems, especially, can cause self-doubt, depression, and anxiety. You may feel alone in the world, but in therapy you don't have to be alone. Here you can explore fears and tell stories that have not been told - without being judged or having someone tell you what to do. Solutions emerge as you explore problems in a safe place. Everything you share with me will remain 100% confidential unless you plan to harm yourself or harm others. I have experience and training on marital conflicts, fears and anxieties, grief, depression, and addiction.
Domestic Violence
(815) 854-4019
Office is near:
Chicago, Illinois 60607
Beverly Therapists, Counselor  in Chicago
“The way you feel today, no matter how bad, is just this day in time. Yet, times of crisis and struggle are powerful opportunities for change. We are here to help you through the difficult phases of your life. We strive to empower you to identify and use your strengths, and to manifest inner and outer changes resulting in greater happiness, self-assurance, and choices in your life. We are committed to support and help you achieve meaningful and lasting positive transformation tailored uniquely to you.
Domestic Violence
(773) 717-2934
Chicago, Illinois 60643
Dr. Alan P. Childs and Associates, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of helping children, adults and families overcome personal and environmental struggles. I approach the counseling relationship in an interactive and respectful manner by assisting you to find the solution that is best for you in a safe and trusting environment. I have extensive experience and expertise in the area of individual and marital therapy, divorce, and child custody hearings, and I frequently appear as an expert in divorce hearings in matters related to what is in the best interest of the child.
Domestic Violence
(708) 501-7075
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Cori R. Dixon-Fyle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Cori (Robin) Dixon-Fyle is a psychotherapist with experience providing guidance and therapeutic services to individuals (infancy to elderly), couples, and families with a wide array of conditions. Cori's specialized work includes depression and anxiety, grief and loss, oncology issues, older adults and life transitions, health diagnoses adjustments (mental / physical), relationship struggles, domestic abuse and sexual trauma. Prior to Urban Balance, Cori gained experience in community mental health, early intervention, hospital-based social work and independent counseling practices.
Domestic Violence
(888) 608-8301
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Anne Lockwood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I would love the opportunity to be of assistance to you as I partner with individuals, couples and families seeking hope, renewal, understanding, and change in their lives. I provide holistic and comprehensive counseling, crisis intervention, and psycho-education. My focus within the therapeutic process with children, adolescents, and adults is to provide an environment in which they can be encouraged to acquire a fuller understanding of themselves, to take steps toward gaining a new perspective on their past and current circumstances, and to engage in the process of change, adjustment, and healing.
Domestic Violence
(866) 541-9653
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Jacqueline Herbstman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“" Are you looking for a holistic approach to therapy? I believe that you already have all the resources you need to feel better, but may need assistance to access or use these resources in a healthy way. Our work together would be about finding out what negative thinking patterns, unhelpful habits or painful memories are in the way of feeling more empowered and alive. By learning new ways to be with emotions, thoughts or painful experiences, your inner capacity to accept life as it is will grow. Paradoxically, this acceptance will make it easier for you to make desired changes".
Domestic Violence
(773) 840-7414
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Gary Walls, PhD, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I help people who are suffering from depression, anxiety, relationship problems, loneliness, and many other symptoms. Sometimes people find themselves stuck in self-defeating patterns of living, feeling unfulfilled, unable to be happy in a relationship or job, or to leave it. Some people experience low self-esteem, social anxiety, and difficulty in pursuing the activities or relationships that they desire. Eating disorders, trauma, grief issues and self-harm are also problems I have experience helping people to change.
Domestic Violence
(312) 257-3617
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Carolyn Cole, Counselor  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LCPC, AMFT, NCC
“We all find ourselves "stuck" at times, unable to move forward. It is can be so confusing and overwhelming trying to figure out which way to turn, what decision to make, or even how you really feel. I want to assist you to become "unstuck" and realize your life goals. You are not broken. I help my clients access the tools needed to move forward. Together we determine the solutions and break down the barriers that prevent you from living the life you want.
Domestic Violence
(312) 647-2407
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Chicago Center for Integration and Healing, Counselor  in Chicago
“The Chicago Center for Integration and Healing provides psychotherapy for a wide range of mental health and relational issues with a specialty in the treatment of trauma. During traumatic events an individuals capacity to cope is overwhelmed and turmoil is left in its wake. The effects of trauma can be complex and pervasive--yet with appropriate treatment and support, individuals have tremendous potential to heal. Effective treatment incorporates relational, developmental and body-centered approaches. The Chicago Center for Integration and Healing has a range of services for clients and educational opportunities for professionals.
Domestic Violence
(773) 295-7356 x20
Chicago, Illinois 60640
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.
Domestic Violence
(773) 717-2933
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Jennifer Bean, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that having someone who can help look at problems is incredibly helpful. I strive to help people understand themselves, their world, and their choices, focused on what works for them. I have experience helping people through short term crisis and longer term personality and emotional challenges. I generally use cognitive behavioral techniques and insight oriented strategies.
Domestic Violence
(773) 362-5442
Chicago, Illinois 60625
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Domestic Violence Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic violence in Chicago or for a Chicago domestic violence Therapist, these professionals provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in a violent relationship. They include domestic violence Therapists and domestic violence psychologists who conduct domestic violence counseling. A Therapistcan help with children as victims of domestic violence, support for battered women and referrals to shelters in Chicago. Therapists can help identify the signs of domestic violence, the differences between men and women as victims of domestic violence and the distinctions of passive aggressive behavior. If you think you may be a victim of domestic violence in Chicago, please seek help soon and learn how to stop or prevent it escalating further.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
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.