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Depression Therapists in Chicago

Jean Tzou, Psychologist  in Chicago
“As a generalist, I work with individuals with a wide range of concerns from depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, bipolar, and addiction, to life problems in relationships, trauma, grief, loneliness, anger management, stress and career choices, etc... Clients get results with me because my approach is practical, creative, and empowering, and I work hard to help clients gain new tools to overcome their challenges. I am a licensed psychologist with 9 years of experience providing individual, couples, and group counseling, and teaching/ training in university settings. My style of therapy is warm, genuine, attentive, and sensitive to clients' unique needs.
Depression
(312) 698-3095
Chicago, Illinois 60611
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.
Depression
(773) 245-0236
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Susan Q Love, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Life can bring difficulties in many forms, from daily stresses and significant transitions to conflicts in relationships. Often previous coping strategies no longer work and it becomes essential to develop more adaptive ways of handling emotional and/or relational distress. We do this together in a collaborative therapy relationship where the goals are defined by your problem areas and desires for improvement. The process includes strategies to suit your needs. I use an interpersonal approach to therapy but also include cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic therapy. It's a privilege to be a part of this process with my clients.
Depression
(312) 372-3211
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Felicia Levy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CEAP, SAP, PCGC
“Thank you for your interest in my therapy practice. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and have been in the field for over 15 years. Reaching out for counseling can often be a difficult step to take. My style as a therapist is warm, compassionate and interactive. I use a client-centered approach which helps clients discover their strengths while working toward reaching their goals.I provide support, empathy and insight with integrity and humor which allow clients to step back from stressful situations, gain perspective and feel better.
Depression
(773) 757-5143
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Karen S Adler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Experienced, well-respected Masters level psychotherapist with 23 years of clinical experience, Self Acceptance Training, and coaching clients to experience and transform themselves. Ethical, humanistic, results/goal-oriented; experienced in helping men and women to function at their highest level.
Depression
(312) 380-0644
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Michael Swain, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“People seek treatment, if not due to intense suffering, then perhaps due to a vague sense that happiness has eluded them. Everyone has problems of life. Psychotherapy can become an investment in working towards being more comfortable in your own skin. Though trained and experienced as a psychiatrist, I spend most of my time doing psychotherapy. I am available to do an evaluation to see what would work for you. Currently, my practice is open only to those seeking psychotherapy as well as any medication. Therapy would be once weekly.
Depression
(312) 544-0586
Chicago, Illinois 60611
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.
Depression
(773) 312-4384
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Theresa K. Albini, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“Are you unbearably sad? Feel empty? Bored? Stuck? Often irritable, easy to anger or argumentative? Have frequent mood swings? Do you worry excessively? Have trouble relaxing or concentrating, or making decisions? Engage in emotional eating? Are you drawn into relationships with people who are self-absorbed, cold or abusive? Couples, do you find yourselves arguing too often or emotionally distant? As a parent are you frustrated with endless power struggles with your child or worried about your child's temper or other behaviors? You deserve better. I can help you. Together we will devise a plan to meet your expectations.
Depression
(312) 725-2666
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Andrea Picard, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe creativity lends a hand with communication and discovery. Whether this creative process encompasses thinking outside of the box or participating in a guided drawing, the nature of creating can be transforming and informative. Through this process, I focus on building a collaborative therapeutic working relationship to foster growth and understanding. Genuine and down to earth are my approach, coupled with realistic ideas and sense of humor.
Depression
(773) 303-6999
Chicago, Illinois 60631
Annie Rosenthal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I am a caring professional committed to helping people create positive change in their lives. I believe that you are the one who is in the driver's seat, choosing the direction on the map, while working collaboratively with a caring professional. Ultimately, my goal is to help you gain a better understanding of both your difficulties and strengths, and to acquire tools to gain more satisfaction in your life.
Depression
(312) 380-0923
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Joanne Marengo, Psychologist  in Chicago
“(I am currently unable to accept new clients). I work with individuals who feel anxious, sad, or are having difficulty with relationships, work, creativity, or their physical well-being. I have worked extensively with individuals of many ages and backgrounds, including young adult, adult, and older adult men and women whose concerns surround issues of identity, grief/loss, low self-confidence, and painful inhibitions in success or fulfillment. I also work with individuals who are struggling with the effects of medical illness.
Depression
(312) 548-9331
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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
Bethany Mitchell, Counselor  in Chicago
“Sometime life can feel challenging or sad. One thing I have learned from my own journey and from sitting with others who share their stories of loss, disappointment, fear, sadness and struggle is that these challenges provide an opportunity for growth and healing. Sometimes we are unaware of the strengths we have to move through these challenges. My goal is to help clients process through their struggles and recognize and grow these strengths. Pursuing change in the context of a therapeutic relationship can be rewarding.
Depression
(773) 432-4358
Chicago, Illinois 60618
North Shore Behavioral Medicine, Psychologist  in Chicago
“At some time in our life we all struggle with some sort of adversity. I believe we are not judged by adversity but how we handle it. Asking for help is not always easy but it is a sign of strength and the rewards are always worth it. Therapy is a process of self discovery that enables you to recognize unhealthy patterns of behavior and learn effective coping strategies for optimal health and well-being. I provide professional, compassionate and confidential services to individuals. My treatment is tailored to each person because no two people or their problems are exactly alike.
Depression
(847) 767-3540
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Patricia Ann Esslinger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LCSW
“I believe in facilitating and fostering the resiliency of individuals, couples and families in a non-judgmental, unbiased and open fashion. I direct my attention to the patient(s) feeling secure in expressing any anxiety, fear, depression or feelings of incompatibility; I encourage honesty, openness and sharing in working toward conflict resolution. Together, we devise a mutually-acceptable plan of treatment. The goal is to optimize the quality of my patient(s) life based on the comfort of known quantities and translatable to their individual setting. I expect that each patient has a unique set of life experiences and expectations.
Depression
(773) 757-6136
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Maurice McClain, Counselor  in Chicago
“My form of therapy focuses on the belief that everyone is entitled to be happy and authentic in every aspect of their life. Through therapy, you can develop coping skills and develop self awareness needed to navigate through life's challenges and transition into a state of serenity. I believe my role as a therapist is to help identify thoughts and beliefs that prevent you from achieving your goals.
Depression
(773) 295-2169
Chicago, Illinois 60605
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
Mark Hodar, Counselor  in Chicago
“Working from a strengths based perspective, I provide psychotherapy to individuals, couples, families and groups. In a supportive setting, I strive to create a safe space where clients can focus on personal growth, self-integration, and positive change. Particular areas of interest and expertise include depression, anxiety, couples counseling, grief and loss, sexuality/identity as well as individuals having difficulty in relationships and the challenges impacting the LGBT community. I work with a number of artists and performing artists who are seeking to increase their self-awareness, unblock their creativity and reach their full artistic potential.
Depression
(773) 598-5688
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Anna Sofen  in Chicago
“Psychotherapy can help people work through hardships, relieve distress, and improve their quality of life. Together we will address your concerns and problems while also working toward increased self-awareness and developing your natural areas of strength.
Depression
(773) 998-1498
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Dean C Kaufer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Worker with thirty-five years of experience,who works with both individuals and couples. My goal is to create an environment where you can safely explore issues that are of concern to you. I have a compassionate presence in working with my clients and am dedicated to working together to build on strengths. My years of experience have taught me how to be most helpful in the therapy process.
Depression
(872) 704-1909
Chicago, Illinois 60660
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