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Depression Therapists in Chicago

David deBoer, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Life is difficult even under the best of circumstances. You may be seeking therapy in order to overcome some blocks to important goals in your relationships or career. Oftentimes these blocks are the result of using ways of coping that once were essential in dealing with important figures and problems from earlier in life, but which now get in the way of positive and healthy emotional and interpersonal functioning. Therapy is an excellent way of using a helping relationship to identify these coping styles, and ultimately to develop more effective ways of relating to yourself and to others.
(773) 312-4384
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Sara Cull, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Whatever may be impacting you right now, a supportive ear, a caring witness can help you understand and sort out what might be going on within or around you. I have experience and interest in working with individuals struggling with anxiety and mood disorders, relationship issues, chronic health problems, women's health (fertility issues, pregnancy, postpartum issues and adjustment), life transitions, work stress, parenting and a wide range of mental health concerns. I will work with you to shape the therapeutic experience for growth and change.
(773) 432-4289
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Deborah Haugh, Counselor  in Chicago
“I love my work! It has been a privilege to get the chance to really connect with people and get to know them--their hopes and dreams as well as the difficulties they face. For more than fifteen years I have had the opportunity to work with children, adolescents and adults who struggle with a wide range of problems.
(773) 432-7118
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Nathan Dougal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“During the lifespan people can experience suffering or emotional pain. Some are in need of relief from the manifestations, or even symptoms, of emotional pain. Others are curious to understand the source(s) of the suffering. Exploring emotional pain and its origins can lead to knowing oneself more deeply (including talents and other positive qualities). Some considering therapy are seeking to enhance their abilities to relate to significant people in their life. Any of these are good reasons to consult a well-trained and experienced therapist. I am available for such consultation, which can lead to a collaborative plan tailored to you in order to explore and ease any of the above impedances to leading a more satisfying and meaningful life.
(773) 669-7987
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Lynne Anchors Hurder LCSW CSADC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“The other day, I was chatting with someone who knew very little about psychotherapy, and she asked me if being a therapist meant I could read minds. I can't, of course, never could and most likely never will. But, as an experienced therapist, with many years of practice, training and education, I feel we develop a sort of sixth sense, if you will,using understanding of underlying issues, empathy and perceptiveness. I use these skills to help my clients see themselves, their relationships and their situations more clearly. Knowledge is power.
(773) 530-3789
Chicago, Illinois 60660
Carolyn Braverman Counseling Services, Counselor  in Chicago
“Have you ever felt like you need someone to talk with in a private setting, whom you can trust and know will truly understand? If you are feeling a lack of purpose in your life or not feeling pleasure in the activities that you used to feel, it may be time to seek out help with a professional. There can be many challenges in your life such as loss, conflicts in important relationships, divorce, career changes, health issues, etc. As a client in therapy with me, I am there to help guide you.
(312) 607-1657
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Kimberley Hogan, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I aspire to listen, understand, and guide each person I treat through the problems that are getting in the way of feeling more happy and fulfilled. Oftentimes, painful emotions or difficult relationships are the catalyst for someone to begin therapy. I work with each patient to alleviate the pain they are experiencing on a day-to-day basis while we ascertain the underlying emotional issues that may contribute to destructive patterns. This two-pronged approach is helpful in order to cope effectively with similar problems as they arise in the future.
(773) 219-0678
Chicago, Illinois 60611
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
Jane E Dillingham, Counselor  in Chicago
“My practice is based on the relationships I develop with my clients. How we work together evolves out of the process of getting to know one another. We learn to trust each other 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.
(773) 989-9224
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Symmetry Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
“I work from an integrative, strength-based model, utilizing training in systemic, transgenerational and intrapsychic models of change, while also embracing techniques such as meditation, mindfulness, and more "here and now" cognitive-behavioral skills clients can apply immediately. I connect to the similar parts in all of us, without losing individuality-- recognizing that "one size fits all treatment" doesn't meet client needs. My relational style is interactive, collaborative and supportive, and I believe that a trusting relationship is the most essential component of effective therapy.
(312) 957-7646
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Katie Lyons, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“I have over twenty years experience working with clients, couples, families and groups in private practice and at a top academic medical center. I have a home office with a sweet therapy dog, Callie. I believe therapy happens in the context of the therapeutic relationship -- how well you connect with your therapist. When friends ask me for advice on finding a therapist, I suggest they make some phone calls and pay attention to how they feel talking to the person. Give me a call and we can talk about what you are looking for.
(312) 972-6711
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Elizabeth Salland  in Chicago
“I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults from many different backgrounds. My clinical specialties lie in working with individuals who are experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship problems, difficulties with peers at school, and trauma.
(312) 675-4585
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Heather Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Seeking therapy is an important decision that shows personal strength and motivation. Therapy can be a safe, confidential space to explore issues that are important to you, and to pursue goals you have for yourself and your life. I have a deep respect for the strengths you bring to the therapeutic work, and my approach to therapy involves building on these strengths to support you in reaching your goals. I believe strongly in a non-judgmental approach to therapy, and I offer an emotionally safe space where you can explore important life issues in an authentic way.
(312) 647-2007
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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.
(312) 508-3970
Chicago, Illinois 60647
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
David L. Goldberg, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I am a therapist that strives to achieve a balance in the treatment relationship that best promotes healing. I recognize the innate tendency towards health and growth while I am alert to the effects of genes and life stress/trauma on all of us. I work with a variety of age groups and individuals from diverse backgrounds. I provide individual psychotherapy as well as medication evaluation and management when it is indicated. I invest the time to get to know people and understand the context of their problems and strengths.
(773) 717-2994
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Megan Kelly Brennan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC, NCC, CYI
“The most important thing I want potential clients to know is that I truly love doing therapy and sincerely care about the people I with work with. The belief that clients can create greater self awareness, insight and transformation through a non-judgmental, safe and compassionate relationship is the foundation of my approach. By providing an open and collaborative space, clients can explore their thought patterns, emotional/somatic states and behavioral experience to promote meaningful changes. I bring a warm smile, a curious, gentle, down to earth manner, a sense of humor and an authentic self into the therapy room.
(773) 362-4311
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.
(773) 717-2933
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Suresh Unni, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I cater my practice to the needs of the individuals and/or couples I work with. My goal is to create a safe and comfortable environment that encourages open communication about whatever challenges you are facing. I believe the goal of therapy is to develop greater insight into oneself to better understand the issues that are getting in the way of experiencing happiness in life. I use an interactive approach with my clients so we are both invested in setting and working towards whatever goals you may have.
(773) 717-2924
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Rebecca Bergen, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Explore. Understand. Grow. These three words best explain my approach to therapy. Through the establishment of a trusted therapeutic relationship, together, we will embark on the process of psychological change. We will explore what is preventing you from reaching your full potential. You will develop a greater understanding of yourself, which will facilitate your growth into the person you want to become. I am a licensed clinical psychologist offering counseling to adults, adolescents, children, and families. I have extensive experience treating clients with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, low self-esteem, eating disorders, parenting issues, behavioral problems and career concerns.
(773) 877-3250
Chicago, Illinois 60640
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