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Benjamin Schwartz, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I feel privileged to be a psychologist and my therapeutic style reflects this appreciation. Building a trusting, collaborative relationship is at the forefront of my work, though I'm aware this looks differently with each of my clients. I see the process of change as occurring in the context of the therapeutic relationship and by exploring patterns that may be preventing one from living a fulfilling existence. Through the discovery of these patterns, we can begin to understand how to live life more genuinely. I incorporate various therapeutic approaches and interventions, which speaks to our unique needs.
(312) 548-9356
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Haley J Hansen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am inspired by the potential each of us has for growth and change. Whether you need help finding your vision, building self-acceptance, improving management of uncomfortable feelings, or navigating a difficult relationship, I will work with you to help you meet your goals. My practice centers on building trust and expands to identifying values, planning for change, taking action, all while supporting you through the challenging moments life may present along the way.
(872) 704-1729
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Kathy Bingham, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Focus in therapy initially addresses the obstacles that bring a client into the therapy process. These stressors often include relationship difficulties, balancing career and personal life, addressing grief, loss or trauma, or adapting to health problems as well as searching for personal meaning in life. Addressing depression and anxiety and helping to develop adaptive coping strategies become integrated, as well. As therapy progresses, clients often continue to problem solve, as well as to articulate the ways in which their personal histories may be incorporated into their life dilemmas, and choices, and work to find meaningful direction in their current lives.
(312) 251-1440
Chicago, Illinois 60602
James Fisch, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I believe there is more to therapy than cataloguing symptoms and selecting medications. There is a person behind those symptoms who has a complex personality, multiple needs and essential relationships, all needing to be understood. Real understanding is crucial and along with the medication and symptom relief is a powerful therapeutic tool.
(312) 698-3372
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Marla Vannucci, Psychologist  in Chicago
“We are a small group of psychologists focused on helping clients make changes toward more fulfilling, connected, and healthier lives. Knowing it can be difficult to reach out for help, we create a caring, safe space in which we work collaboratively to foster healing and eliminate barriers to finding meaning and living life more fully.
(773) 312-7346
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Lorene Replogle Counseling Center, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“For 36 years the staff of the Lorene Replogle Counseling Center, a mission of Fourth Presbyterian Church, has been committed to helping clients in the collaborative process of counseling. Each of our 18 counselors is dedicated to the promotion of health and wholeness in their clients. We bring wisdom from different disciplines to understand, empathize with and support individuals and couples. We hold a value of ongoing learning, growth, and transformation for ourselves and those we work with.
(312) 854-2446
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Brian S. Stone, LCPC, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe in personalized care based on your cognitive, emotional, and interpersonal concerns. I have 20 years of experience in therapy and crisis services.
(312) 324-3090
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Joyce Bookshester, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Life's challenges often take us by surprise. Having a strategic plan and support can help one face a challenge that may be accompanied by anxiety, depression, grief and as well as the impact of individual, marital and child and family life cycle stages. With more than 25 years of experience as a Clinical Psychologist, I focus on assisting children and adolescents,individuals, couples and families to aquire the necessary skills to confront life's challenges.
(312) 300-6912
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Janeil Ruiz, Psychologist  in Chicago
“In my practice, I use body/mind techniques from psychotherapy and spirituality to help clients find the change they seek, releasing self energy and resiliency in order to facilitate the inner healing potential and unleash creative problem solving. My success is a result of my insistence on addressing each person as a whole and using creative interventions to promote change. I utilize a strengths based, positive approach and firmly believe that no matter what kind of change one is facing, it is always an opportunity to grow and become more self aware and resilient.
(773) 966-2394
Chicago, Illinois 60622
“I am a Clinical Psychologist specializing in health psychology with 12 years of experience in weight management and bariatric. Many of my clients present with co-morbidities and are living with chronic medical illnesses. Some of the areas addressed in treatment include emotional eating, binge eating, body image issues, depression, anxiety, and other mood related disorders. I offer pre-surgical bariatric psychological evaluations, brief and long-term therapy using an eclectic approach incorporating cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, mindfulness, family systems and interpersonal therapy. I work closely with my client's medical providers in order to provide the most robust care.
(312) 789-5404
Chicago, Illinois 60601
“As a Client/Person Centered psychotherapist, I work with people in a very nondirective way. You get to decide what to work on, the pace of your work, and where your path leads you. I am empathic. What you're feeling and how you are experiencing your life is the most important navigational tool in my practice. I work with a wide variety of issues. I specialize in individual work with adults and older teens.
(630) 504-6345
Chicago, Illinois 60626
Nichole Aumann, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Perhaps you are here because you are finding that your life is not feeling as fullfilled as you would like it to be. You may also be experiencing conflicts or loss in family, career, and personal areas of your life. I can offer you an opportunity to gain a better understanding of what is happening that prevents you from reaching your goals. Together we can discover new ways to acheive what you are looking for out of life. My approach is compassionate and empathic, yet focused and direct, in order to help you meet your needs.
(773) 717-2957
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Mark Farrell O'Brien, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Life Skills Coach with a developmentally-sensitive approach to working with young adults. I specialize in counseling adolescents, college students, emerging adults, and young professionals with substance use disorder and mental health issues. I invite you to visit my website to learn more.
(312) 756-7236
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Larson Counseling & Consultation - Chicago, Counselor  in Chicago
“Welcome to Larson Counseling & Consultation - Chicago, a group practice located in The Loop in downtown Chicago. Deciding to seek therapy is a sign of personal strength. It takes self-awareness to identify we may need assistance, and courage to reach out to a therapist for help. Some people face significant and debilitating issues and symptoms that need to be addressed. Others would simply like to live a more fulfilling, satisfying, and balanced life. To learn more, please visit us at,, and
(773) 657-2136
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Jacquelyn Singer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“Considering therapy? Taking those first steps can often be difficult, but finding the right therapist can help you work through the concerns that have continually affected you and your relationships. We will work together to address current problems and long-standing patterns so that you can experience the satisfaction with yourself and the level of fulfillment in your relationships that you've been looking for.
(773) 649-4481
Chicago, Illinois 60660
Christine C Kieffer, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe that psychotherapy is a collaborative process that is tailored to fit the patient's--whether adult, child or adolescent--needs. The process of change and development occurs optimally in the context of an empathic therapeutic alliance. My areas of specialization include depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, identity confusion and problems of unfulfilled development. I believe that effective treatment involves a process in which doctor and patient work together both to understand current problematic patterns and to facilitate new ways of being and relating.
(773) 219-1088
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Tony May, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MSW, CADC
“I help clients build better lives with solution-focused therapy. Using cognitive tools such as mindfulness and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT), I teach clients to recognize and build on their strengths and to meet challenges with new, more effective behaviors. I support harm reduction strategies such as methadone maintenance, Suboxone treatment and "housing first."
(773) 672-2870
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Mike at Irving Park Wellness LPC, LCPC, Counselor  in Chicago
“Irving Park Wellness is the result of collaborative efforts made by myself and fellow clinician Georgia Angelakos. Together we began our careers as therapists at Mercy Home for Boys and Girls. Utilizing Strengths Based approaches to our work, and multiple other theories, we became increasingly inspired to expand our ability to help people through the creation of our own wellness center. Individually, in my work as a therapist my clients can expect me to employ my clinical knowledge and ability which is supported by my passion and motivation to help them with self discovery as well as problem resolution.
(773) 840-0117
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Yojana Veeramasuneni, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PsyD
“I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan in Political Science and my Masters in Arts: Social Work from the University of Chicago. I received my doctorate in clinical psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I am a licensed clinical social worker and have worked in many settings from community mental health and crisis intervention to victim advocacy. I am a trained medical/legal sexual assault advocate and a trained domestic violence counselor. I completed my psychology internship at the Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School in a program in Asian Mental Health and Child Psychotherapy.
(312) 818-5290
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Anna Glass, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe that the therapeutic relationship is foremost in creating a safe space for clients to explore issues, identify patterns of relating, resolve conflicts, find meaning and seek answers. I believe strongly that this relationship coupled with each client's unique history, needs and strengths will help serve as a guide to treatment. I have nearly 25 years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families.
(773) 280-8435
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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