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Scott A Kaplan, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Having worked in college counseling centers and private practice, I am flexible and competent with both short-term and long-term therapy. I work with clients aged 18-65 and particularly well with first-time clients adjusting to the idea of therapy. I'm best suited for issues related to relationships, love, family, ADHD and learning disabilities, major life transitions, drugs/alcohol, sexuality/pornography, depression, anxiety, and grief and loss. I work especially well with people trying to become more interpersonally effective, people going through divorce or preparing to get married, and people recently diagnosed with ADHD.
(312) 698-3455
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Cori R. Dixon-Fyle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Cori (Robin) Dixon-Fyle is a psychotherapist with experience providing guidance and therapeutic services to individuals (infancy to elderly), couples, and families with a wide array of conditions. Cori's specialized work includes depression and anxiety, grief and loss, oncology issues, older adults and life transitions, health diagnoses adjustments (mental / physical), relationship struggles, domestic abuse and sexual trauma. Prior to Urban Balance, Cori gained experience in community mental health, early intervention, hospital-based social work and independent counseling practices.
(888) 608-8301
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Family Center Chicago, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am an experienced and passionate clinical counselor. I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with significant training in evidence based therapies. I have worked with clients who bring with them a wide range of difficulties through various phase of life challenges.
(847) 380-8414
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Emily Woods, Counselor  in Chicago
“I specialize in working with young adults who may be struggling with overall life satisfaction. Often clients come to me not knowing where to begin. I prefer to welcome individuals as they are; offering genuine warmth and a judgment-free space. Through compassion and respect for my clients' stories, we begin to focus on solution-oriented thinking. I help clients restructure problematic thought patterns and establish more positive lifestyle habits. Often one small change can set a series of bigger changes in motion.
(773) 231-5614
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Stephanie Willis, Counselor  in Chicago
“Anyone who is looking to find someone they can trust to talk about personal and difficult issues will feel comfortable seeking therapy at my office. I work to guide others to reach their goals not force or judge. I feel comfortable working with adults and teens who may be depressed, bi-polar or have anxiety concerns. Clients can expect honest and direct feedback in addition to support.
(312) 698-3703
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Paul David "PD" Wadler, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My individual work helps you build on your strengths while you gain a healthier perspective on what you may currently perceive as weaknesses. I want to help you understand and appreciate the unique combination of gifts you have to draw on. My goal is to help you find more meaningful and fulfilling ways to negotiate your life's path. I work with non-traditional individuals using traditional insight-oriented methods. Many of my clients are individuals in non-traditional jobs and/or relationships who want to look deeply into their own experiences.
(773) 280-5636
Chicago, Illinois 60601
JB Rose, Psychologist  in Chicago
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" (Lau Tzu). Do you think you may work well with a therapist who is supportive and compassionate, yet directive and encouraging? During our work together we will explore powerful psychological coping skills that can help you deal with your difficult thoughts and feelings more effectively and in a way that they have much less impact and influence over you. We will work together to help you live a more rich, full, and meaningful life.
(312) 884-1164
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Anna Grinshpun, Counselor  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
“My specialty is couple and family counseling, and of course, I also see individuals ages 7 and up. I have significant experience working with children and families who are involved with DCFS. I have helped families deal with issues such as substance abuse, divorce/re-marriage, and child abuse. I also enjoy working with parents who are re-thinking their parenting style and want to work towards a more satisfying relationship with their child(ren).
(773) 245-2548
Chicago, Illinois 60626
James Lampe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PhD, LCSW
“With over twenty-five years practice as a psychotherapist, including advanced study in psychoanalytic theory and technique, I bring a wealth of experience into the clinical setting treating symptoms of PTSD, anxiety and depression as well as working with relationship issues and self growth. I treat adult individuals and couples. With every client, a unique relationship is developed. Within the context of this therapeutic relationship evolves an understanding of what is meaningful for personalized growth. My practice emphasizes working with you the individual wherever you are in life's journey.
(773) 234-7929
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Amanda C Malloni, Counselor  in Chicago
“Are you feeling worried, sad, or just wanting something to change but not sure how to start? We all need support or guidance during challenging times! I want to help you reach your personal goals and find a life balance that you feel positive about.You are a unique person with unique strengths. Together we can discover those strengths and guide you towards healing, positive change, and self-discovery. In my professional experience a solid therapeutic relationship, solution-focused inventions, and using your individual unique strengths in a nonjudgmental setting can cultivate significant change in your life!
(773) 649-1008
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Centered Therapy Chicago, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Everyone experiences challenges in their personal and family life. Therapy can dramatically improve the quality of your life and relationships. We focus on working with individuals and families who are experiencing stress, sadness, anger, or distressing feelings related communication, work/life balance, career/school, relationship struggles, parenthood, and family difficulties. We specialize in working with children and their families and can work with you, you partner, and your young child to improve things in your home. We can also help your child with navigate peer, school, and behavioral struggles. We also work with couples to improve their relationship satisfaction.
(773) 524-6887
Chicago, Illinois 60618
McGowan Family Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“Being a parent can drive the best of us to our wit's end. I can help by empowering you and your family. With over a decade of experience as a psychotherapist and having served more than 500 adolescents in middle school and high school settings, I will help your child by quickly building rapport and trust and by using action-oriented and goal-focused therapy. Here are my qualifications: University of Notre Dame-Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa; University of Chicago-Master's Degree in Social Work, the Chancellor's List.
(312) 614-0849
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Barbara Noonan, Counselor  in Chicago
“I very much enjoy working with individuals and couples who struggle with self-worth, social adaptation and social isolation which manifest in depression and anxiety. When these issues are worked through, conflict resolution becomes more accessible, especially with couples. Cultivating trust in and comfort with the therapist is of primary importance in helping the client grow and develop.
(888) 352-8042 x1
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Daniel Ross, Psychiatric Nurse  in Chicago
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Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, RN, PMHNP
“It is not uncommon to find ourselves somehow off track and disconnected from who we thought we were. Our relationships may seem stuck and deeply unsatisfying. We feel lost and unsure of our place in the world. This may be accompanied by feelings of depression, anxiety or as physical problems. It can be experienced as a deep alienation, sadness and suffering. When we are called to make a change and resist, it can cause havoc in our lives; this can happen whether the change is in the outer circumstances of our life, our inner attitude, our world view, or some combination.
(847) 849-1867
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Joyce Heyman, Counselor  in Chicago
“We are the experts of our own lives, but life can put a distance between us and our wisest, happiest, healthiest, most fulfilled selves. I work with individuals and couples who want to close this gap. They may be: in major life transitions; feeling stuck in patterns of living that are no longer rewarding; having difficulty moving past traumatic experiences; struggling with difficulties in work, health, and/or relationships; or are coping with loss, depression, anxiety, or other mood difficulties.
(312) 883-8722
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Taylor Esposito, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Dr. Esposito is a Clinical Psychologist with experience working in university, hospital, and community mental health settings. He received his Master's and Doctorate, in health psychology, from The Adler School in Chicago. He completed his clinical internship and post-doctoral fellowship at Wichita State University receiving specialized training in preventative health psychology and sports psychology. Dr. Esposito utilizes Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy combined with motivational interviewing and other approaches to treat mood disorders, anxiety disorders, relationship concerns, interpersonal conflict, and substance abuse, maladaptive eating patterns and the psychological components of eating behaviors.
(312) 548-3761 x4
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Gloria Graff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSADC
“When people ask me for help dealing with depression, stress, or relationships, they want more than insight; they're hoping for behavioral change. I'm an active, warm, cognitive behavioral therapist [CBT] with 25 years of experience. I'm the co-founder of a highly regarded group psychotherapy practice in downtown Chicago, 60602. I help clients build their confidence, identify options, and make the changes that will improve the quality of their lives. My clients value my insightful supportive feedback and creative, cognitive approach in working with them towards long-lasting life changes.
(773) 219-3592 x25
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Lou Walsh, Counselor  in Chicago
“312.514.5689 - (Elizabeth L Fisk Walsh, NPI 1871568584) "How are you going to fix me?" clients will sometimes ask. Because I believe that motivated people are capable of making changes in their lives, I encourage clients to accept responsibility for their own choices. I enjoy seeing people feel more confident about making independent decisions. Whether they have relationship issues, anxiety, fears, depression, or just ways they need to make small adjustments to their way of being, it is gratifying for me to provide the assistance as I watch them "fix" themselves.
(773) 757-6730
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Cullen Sprague, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you questioning your sexual, gender, racial, or family identity? Are you struggling to make peace with the past while staying in the present? Are your behaviors not in alignment with your values? Regardless, you are refusing to minimize the issues you face by initiating therapy and prioritizing yourself. This courage will be the foundation for our work. I am a warm and engaging therapist that has success addressing symptoms of anxiety, depression, anger, and compulsivity. I come from a psychodynamic framework while incorporating mindfulness and elements of DBT. I provide individual and couples counseling from emerging adulthood throughout the lifespan.
(773) 295-7989
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Anna Lamden, Counselor  in Chicago
“Finding the right therapist can be a daunting task, especially if you feel overwhelmed with depression or anxiety, are struggling with interpersonal dissatisfaction, have been hurt in previous relationships, or feel like no one "gets it." However, you have taken the first step by stopping here. In addition to my clinical experience, my personal journey in therapy has deepened my ability to be empathetic, insightful and non-judgmental. Ultimately you are the expert on yourself and our relationship will be a collaborative partnership designed to help you become more fully you.
(312) 818-4998
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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