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Jim Cosenza, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a certified alcohol and drug counselor with a private psychotherapy practice in Uptown Chicago.
(773) 340-2961
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Matthew Winstanley, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My style is open and active in an attempt to meet my client's needs. I believe that successful therapy helps the client find insight into their lives and the competence to improve their functioning. Essentially, I hope that self-awareness leads to healthy changes in various important areas of my client's lives. I also hope to facilitate awareness and use of one's personal strengths - all in a supportive therapeutic atmosphere. Many of my clients seek my assistance with mood problems such as depression, anxiety, and anger. Others look for help in dealing with difficult life transitions.
(773) 245-0236
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Eryn Weber-Shifrin, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Every person comes to therapy for his/her own reasons. One person's bumps in the road may be another person's crises. Thus, each therapeutic journey is unique and individually compelling. For some, it's a crisis, a loss, or some major life event or transition that brings them to my office. Other people find their way here when they can no longer tolerate the cumulative impact of chronic stress or the frustration of dissatisfying relationships and life circumstances. I believe that a boundaried, empathic relationship with the right therapist can be restorative and an instrument for positive change.
(312) 945-7836
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Lisa Mullings  in Chicago
“Do You Need Help? Perhaps you are having difficulties sleeping or concentrating because you can not stop thinking about your problems. Maybe you feel confused, depressed, and angry because you are stuck in unhealthy relationships or patterns of behavior? Do you find yourself asking how did life get so complicated? We all struggle with finding answers for some of life's challenges. Psychotherapy is one of the many ways we can examine our lives and look within ourselves to find our unique attributes and strengths to overcome adversity and thrive.
(773) 280-8289
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Behavioral Health Associates, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I help people to improve their lives by building on strengths, teaching new skills, and increasing self-awareness. By carefully listening to you, and understanding both your situation and who you are, I tailor an approach based on your unique needs. I have 20+ years of clinical experience. My primary expertise is with personality and personality disorders, having written three books in these areas. In addition, special training in behavioral medicine lets me help people who have medical conditions reduce their symptoms, and cope with physical problems.
(312) 380-0450
Chicago, Illinois 60603
“People who seek psychotherapy feel stuck and stressed. Psychotherapy is an emotional learning process which takes place between a therapist and a client. Within this joint endeavor, the therapist's role is to actively listen and offer interpretations/suggestions. The client's role is to be as open as possible about his/her feelings and life situation and to engage with the therapist in a productive dialogue. The mutual goal is to facilitate the individual's self knowledge and arrive at a new understanding about the presenting problem, thereby freeing up the person to resolve the difficulty and become happier.
(773) 757-6493
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Joel Marc Filmore, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe that each and every person has the answers they are seeking, inside themselves. My role, in your life, is to help you discover those answers. Whether you are struggling with depression, trauma, sexual identity, or relationship issues, there is a solution. Let's meet and discuss your goals, your hopes, and your dreams, and then set a plan-of-action into motion. I truly believe that as humans we have the capacity to rise above our circumstances and live amazing lives... let me help you find your amazing!
(507) 246-3099 x606
Chicago, Illinois 60603
“I work with people who experience a variety of symptoms; often with feelings of anxiety,depression, frustration and/or dissatisfaction. People who are used to thinking through their own problems may find themselves unable to change when faced with these emotions. I am helpful in providing a therapy relationship where understanding, acceptance and a focus on the issues from your perspective lead us to open discussions.Thinking about coping strategies and exploring feelings are things we can do together to support change and try new behaviors or solutions.
(224) 217-9218
Chicago, Illinois 60604
LaSonda A. Wilkins-Hines, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“I am an African-American female with a small practice on the south side of Chicago. I received my graduate training in social work from Loyola University Chicago. I received most of my professional training from the University of Chicago Hospitals In-Patient Psychiatric Department, where I worked simultaneously to start my private practice. I have an array of exprience working with adult clients with thought and mood disorders. In addition, I have worked with children - - ranging from 5 to 18 yrs of age, with a diagnosis of conduct, separation anxiety, adjustment, oppositional defiant or disruptive behavior disorders.
(773) 312-5575
Chicago, Illinois 60653
Ronni Greenberg, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am committed to supporting my clients ability to grow and change. As a Humanist, I believe that people are always striving to succeed, but at times are blocked by fears, doubts and loss of clear identity. I see my clients as collaborators in the therapeutic process, and together we create a personal path for healing and growth, that incorporates soundly researched therapeutic techniques.
(773) 219-2677
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Melanie Lynn Madigan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My therapy approach is tailored to each individual in a unique way while integrating various theories and styles of practice. Each client takes the lead and I assist in providing them with the proper tools to work in a therapeutic setting.
(773) 219-1288
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Carol Yoken, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Psychotherapy is both art and science. I am a very experienced psychologist, with many years of treating clients, training and advising other mental health professionals, and directing counseling services at universities. I bring caring, savvy, and dedication to my work.
(773) 770-6758
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Chantelle Bittings, Counselor  in Chicago
“I strongly believe that small changes can yield lifetime results. I have been dedicated to providing quality mental health services for the last ten years. I am a graduate of the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana with a Bachelors degree in psychology, and I obtained my master's degree in Counseling Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Illinois. I provide individual, couples, and family therapy which empowers you to make effective changes in your life. I utilize a strengths based, solution-focused therapy model to help clients to courageously achieve wellness.
(708) 328-3488
Chicago, Illinois 60643
Gary Schochet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a caring individual who wholeheartedly believes that everyone I work with has the capacity of improving the quality of their life. I use my 30 years of therapy experience to help people overcome depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and other crises that may feel overwhelming to them. I start from a basic premise that most of our pain comes not from the behavior and communications of other but from how we interpret them. I work with people to improve their communications, their self-esteem, their capacity to love and receive love and to accomplish more of their life's goals.
(773) 219-1385
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Jason T McVicker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RDDP
“I have an unlimited belief in the ability of psychotherapy to transform lives. I believe the curative power of being listened to and understood cannot be overestimated. It is the foundation upon which all therapeutic change occurs. I strive to cultivate a safe, supportive environment in which barriers to personal growth are identified, explored and worked through. Mental health services are not a luxury reserved for the few. They are an essential element to overall wellness. Whether in crisis or seeking to know yourself more deeply, I welcome the opportunity to partner with you in your quest for greater fulfillment.
(773) 599-9942
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Matthew Richard Mills, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“Matthew R. Mills, M.D., is a licensed, private-practice psychiatrist located in the Near North Neighborhood of Chicago. Dr. Mills is Board Certified by The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Mills completed his undergraduate training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, earned his Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) from the Medical College of Wisconsin, and is a 2006 graduate of the Psychiatry Residency and Training Program at the University of Illinois Medical Center.
(312) 380-0889
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you are like many women today you have spent your entire life trying to help others. You try to help those you work with, those in your family, those you love and maybe even those you don't. While this goal feels good sometimes, when it doesn't seem to be working when arguments come up, when you feel worried or exhausted, you begin to wonder why is this so hard? Perhaps you are even feeling discouraged, sad, or depleted. It is very common for busy women today to feel like this.
(708) 813-2707
Chicago, Illinois 60643
Carol Ganzer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My approach to therapy is interactive, collaborative, and reflective. Individuals often seek counseling when they have reached an impasse in life. Problems of depression, anxiety, or negative behaviors frequently reflect a loss of purpose or meaning. Stress and insecurity may affect how one handles day-to-day interpersonal and work situations. I work with individuals to explore their current life issues in the context of their past experiences and help them to develop new ways of being or interacting in relationships.
(773) 339-8486
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Maureen L Werrbach, Counselor  in Chicago
“Whether you are struggling with a particular issue, or just can't shake the feeling that there should be more to life, I can help. I provide a caring environment in which you can identify and explore those issues that may be getting in the way of a more rewarding home life, career, or fulfilling relationships. The goal is to help provide you with the insights and tools you need to move beyond old, limiting beliefs and behaviors. Through a combination of therapeutic techniques, I will help you identify outmoded coping mechanisms that may be standing in the way.
(630) 812-0085
Chicago, Illinois 60631
Michelle Emerick, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Sometimes we lose our way, have parts of ourselves we wish to change, or dream of better relationships. As a psychologist, I serve as a support to help you get there. The therapeutic relationship offers space to describe your unique experience and feel heard without judgment or criticism. I offer an affirming environment to help you pay attention to what you really want and who you really are. During our collaboration, we will identify the strengths and resources that exist in you already and combine them with the new skills you learn in therapy to help you reach your goals.
(773) 683-2972
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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