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Depression Therapists in Chicago

Jamie Gayle, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I became a clinical psychologist because I believe deeply in the reparative power of human relationships. In a number of senses, we become who we are through our interactions with others, and these patterns form the basis of how secure we feel with ourselves and others. I see the therapeutic relationship as a natural vehicle for healing relationship wounds and breaking repetitive self-injurious patterns that dovetail with interpersonal struggles. I invite clients to join me in a collaborative effort to observe and more deeply understand themselves, their relationship patterns, and their characteristic ways of thinking and feeling.
Depression
(847) 363-5088
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Resolution Chicago, Hypnotherapy, NLP,   in Chicago
“Transformative Personal Development and Personal Growth. We're all not the same. Thus you want the approach that works best for you. You tried changing with positive psychology or positive thinking. Now you want much better, more suitable results. Hypnosis and NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) can quickly, comfortably change your life. Change occurs comfortably at deeper levels, amazingly fast. Reduce sadness. Overcome stress. worry. Change habits. Obsessions are gone for good. Feel more energy, as your motivation increases. Your sense of self-empowerment grows strong, as your transformation continues. Read on as Your You-phoria Is Waiting!
Depression
(312) 854-2270
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Jenifer Korotko Lcpc, Atr, Counselor  in Chicago
“I primarily work with clients who are dealing with depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationship concerns and recovering from difficult situations.I help my clients develop their unique narrative while focusing on areas of concern through a safe therapeutic journey. I believe in giving back to my community and have been volunteering as both a counselor and art therapist with multiple not for profit organizations. I have experience utilizing both verbal counseling and art therapy to assist adolescents with processing their many growing pains. I have extensive experience working with those struggling with substance abuse.
Depression
(773) 492-6312
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Shivroup K. Grewal, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Understanding one's uniqueness is key, along with the critical importance of being listened to and respected for who you are. My extensive clinical background has spanned across ages, gender, racial/ethnic groups, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and presenting concerns. I tailor my approach by using an array of techniques and interventions depending on what fits and helps you as you aim towards growth, reaching your potential, and resolving any problems. My style is best described as being open-minded, empathic, and non-judgemental.
Depression
(312) 508-3970
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Eric T Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My name is Eric Johnson, and I am a licensed clinical social worker with over 20 years of experience in the field of mental health. Although this is a generalist counseling practice and I enjoy working with a diverse range of people, my specialties are working with LGBTQ individuals who are experiencing depression and/or anxiety, and adults in psychiatric crisis. .
Depression
(773) 432-4353
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Sarah Contorer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I use supportive, insight-oriented and cognitive techniques in order to help my clients identify the source of their dissatisfaction, and begin to pursue a more fulfilling life. Beginning therapy takes courage. However, it is very often a relief to gain perspective on issues that at present may feel overwhelming or unmanageable. I see therapy as an opportunity to find relief from distress, and to find lasting, sustainable improvement in the quality of your life.
Depression
(773) 234-8998
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Marisa Berwald, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a psychoanalytically oriented therapist, who incorporates aspects of behavioral and cognitive therapy into my work. My perspective is client-oriented, which means that I view therapy as a collaboration between my client and myself where we join to make meaning out of life's confusing and disorienting events. I believe that every person has a unique way of understanding themselves and making a place in the world. In my practice, I work with my clients to develop increased perspective and agency so that they can find a place for themselves that brings fulfillment.
Depression
(631) 956-2057
Chicago, Illinois 60608
Crystal Kannankeril, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist practicing in downtown Chicago, Illinois. I provide individual and couples psychotherapy for late adolescents through older adults. My approach is rooted in a collaborative, compassionate, and safe environment. I view my work as holistic and integrative, meaning that I draw from different theoretical approaches to tailor therapy to each person's unique needs. I aim to link current stressors with past events to provide insight and corrective emotional experiences while empowering clients to build on their innate strengths. I welcome you to call me for a free consultation.
Depression
(312) 834-3076
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Allison Smith, L.C.S.W., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“In my practice, I believe therapy can offer individuals and couples the opportunity to find their way towards living more gratifying lives. I work with clients for whom anxiety or depression is making daily life difficult, whose ongoing relationship conflicts threaten their sense of connection with loved ones, and for whom joy or pleasure feels missing from their lives. I offer clients a safe space to take a look at what is troubling them in order to understand themselves better and experience growth and change.
Depression
(773) 530-2339
Chicago, Illinois 60604
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), and a Certified Addictions Counselor (CADC). I see therapy as a collaborative process of growth and change. My approach is flexible, warm and empathic. I have over 10 years of experience with individuals, couples and groups and utilize psychodynamics, CBT, Motivational Interviewing, family systems, relational, and relapse prevention strategies.
Depression
(773) 639-2768
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Michele Dubuisson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“My areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, family and relationship issues, grief, stress, and trauma. My approach to therapy is grounded in the belief that we are all resilient, each of us has unique strengths. I work with my clients to build on these strengths, increase their insight, and develop the trust needed to achieve their goals. I do this by providing a safe space in which you may process your experiences, express your feelings, challenge unhealthy relationship patterns, and develop self-awareness. We will work together to understand triggers to stress and to develop healthier coping skills.
Depression
(630) 233-9533
Chicago, Illinois 60625
“There is nothing about you in therapy that is insignificant.The therapeutic relationship is a remedial experience; there is no judgment, only understanding. Once you and I understand how you came to your world view and why, it is easier to notice how,when, and where it works for you and when it does not. You will learn to observe yourself without judgment and make changes that will enrich your life.The therapeutic alliance is the most curative factor in treatment.
Depression
(773) 295-7516
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Orly Avidor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“I am an active and engaging therapist capable of creating strong therapeutic partnerships mingled with humor, thoughtfulness and genuine directness. I believe people can transcend their difficulties and become stronger and more confident in facing life's toughest choices. Working together, I can help you find a place of acceptance and self-love where you feel safe and can pursue whatever next level you choose. I appreciate how hard it is to reach out for help and encourage you to embrace the journey of taking care of you. On my end, I would be honored to be a part of it.
Depression
(866) 296-5262 x318
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Jane E Dillingham, Counselor  in Chicago
“My practice is based on the relationships I develop with my clients. How you and I work together evolves out of the process of getting to know one another. We learn to trust, to listen, not judge, and to respect each others' choices. My initial focus is to help you identify your areas of concern and examine those areas. As our relationship deepens, we will focus on what you are ready to work on -- when you are ready to work on it. Today, you are looking at options for change; I can help you consider your path.
Depression
(773) 989-9224
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Rebecca R. Hubbard  in Chicago
“Is something holding you back from becoming the best version of yourself? Can you imagine yourself at your best, but somehow get stuck somewhere else? There is value in approaching our obstacles with humility, while also recognizing the strengths we have. It takes courage, but you have the power to make a choice about your growth, and I want to join you as a committed and caring professional. I believe that many people would be alright without therapy, but that a lot more people would reach their potential if they gave it a try.
Depression
(773) 432-7229
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Kate Paluszek, Counselor  in Chicago
“Are you feeling stressed, nervous, or down? Not happy in your relationship? Unsure about making a decision in your life? Looking to start living a more fulfilling and happier life? Psychotherapy can help you to discover your inner strengths and gain insights about yourself that can lead you towards achieving your goals in therapy and beyond.
Depression
(708) 762-1249
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Paul V Harris, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a Clinical Psychologist and I work well with individuals and couples who are interested in developing deeper knowledge of themselves, their relationships, and those around them. Together with my clients, I seek to understand each person in order to promote healing and healthier living going forward. Clients who benefit from my method are verbal, insight-oriented, and motivated to grow into the healthiest version of themselves they can become. Clients often come with symptoms such as anxiety or depression, but once they feel some relief they choose to explore the underlying reasons for these symptoms.
Depression
(312) 973-1884
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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.
Depression
(312) 380-0889
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Frank Moore, Counselor  in Chicago
“I provide a very down to earth approach to therapy-with the goal of helping clients break through barriers and make positive changes. I'm a strong believer in using a total wellness approach to psychotherapy. I integrate various therapeutic styles, depending on a person's individual situation. As mainly a cognitive behavioral therapist, we will work together during sessions to discover what issues are keeping you stuck and create a plan to help you move in the right direction. After all, getting to the heart of your problem is what it's all about.
Depression
(312) 698-3710
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Fred Waltzer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Change is possible! By focusing on strengths and past accomplishments you harness the energy to make change a reality. Working together I will help you identify the positive attributes which contribute to your uniqueness. My success in helping others is based on mobilizing strengths rather than focusing on problems. As a highly experienced professional I am convinced that we all have the potential to make desired changes.
Depression
(773) 451-8023
Chicago, Illinois 60645
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