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Couples Therapists in Chicago

Eleanor B Coe, Psy.D., Psychologist  in Chicago
“My goal is to provide a place where you can address whatever challenges bring you to treatment so you can move forward in a positive and productive manner with new insights and coping skills. To do this, we will work together to understand your past experiences, current struggles and goals for the future.
Couples
(312) 725-9000
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Molly Dutter, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Registered Art Therapist with New Insights Behavioral Health Services. I have three years of professional experience in providing therapy services to children, adolescents, and adults. My experience is in both in-patient and out-patient settings focusing on work related to trauma recovery and severe mental health disorders. My area of focus currently is trauma-focused therapy, depression, anxiety, relational issues, and self-esteem.
Couples
(847) 973-7302
Chicago, Illinois 60630
Pat Bardenett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, ACH, RYT
“We often find ourselves unable to move forward due to the enormity of the situations that are presented to us. We may feel stuck, tired, and at times, hopeless. So we armour ourselves to face the world. This armouring occurs in the form of addictions such as overeating; using drugs and alcohol; isolating and repeating patterns of toxic relationships. As a result our hearts become numb. We move through life with an armored exterior, fearful of experiencing our feelings and emotions. By creating a safe environment, I help unlock and release pain.
Couples
(312) 789-5428
Chicago, Illinois 60601
David McCracken, Counselor  in Chicago
“Disorders such as depression and anxiety are often complicated by substance abuse, and vice versa. I'm experienced in treating such co-occurring disorders and other issues in a supportive, open and effective way that respects clients' autonomy and values. What this means in practice is a customized approach to each individual, based on their specific needs, that draws on different therapeutic traditions and techniques. These may include psychodynamic, looking at close early relationships and issues; cognitive-behavioral therapy, untangling connections between thoughts, feelings and behaviors; mindfulness, drawing on ancient mind-body practices such as meditation that neuroscience has increasingly validated; as well as others.
Couples
(773) 295-0847
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Robert Kispert, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“You spend years looking for someone who gets you, someone who completes you in so many ways. Sometimes you just can't find that person. Or you always mess it up. Or you do make a life with someone, and then you discover that you're arguing all the time, hurt, and lonely. Maybe relationships are not your issue: It's a career thing, an illness or a loss that you can't bounce back from. As human beings, we seem to need to give ourselves to things, to love and be loved. So why is it so hard?
Couples
(312) 386-5137
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“During my 19 years as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker I've treated many clients who coped successfully with life's endless challenges until something happened that turned their lives upside down. Death, relationship conflicts, young adulthood struggles and other upsetting experiences can cause feelings of overwhelming anxiety, depression, abandonment, confusion or loneliness. My therapy provides a safe, nonjudgmental relationship that empowers clients to think out loud, freely express their feelings and gain a sense of direction as they address their problems. They know that I'll listen carefully, take them seriously and help them regain emotional stability and peace.
Couples
(773) 770-8626
Chicago, Illinois 60631
Lynn Rittenberg Kauffman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, CEAP
“I offer practical, solution-focused goal-oriented psychotherapy aimed at timely symptom relief and problem resolution. My clients, being adults, determine their own therapy goals and agenda. My style is respectful, but interactive. I do not tell my clients what to do but I will always tell them honestly how I feel about the things they present. I believe therapy should be time-limited and results-oriented, NOT a life-long continuous process. I believe that people can change, or else I would not be in this business. I delight in helping people master the tools which facilitate desired change.
Couples
(773) 506-4567
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Eva Reymer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT
“I have over 30 years of clinical experience treating adolescents, adults,individuals,couples and families who have various psychological problems. I believe that successful counseling experience involves effective collaboration between client and therapist. work with patients with major life stressors at the workplace,school and military. EAP and ongoing counseling.
Couples
(773) 717-2969
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Meghan Kennedy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AM, LCSW, CLC
“Finding yourself in deep personal distress may be an indicator that you're wanting (and ready for) change. A little exploration and understanding often improves your sense of self, which in turn, can deeply effect your work, play, relationships, and outlook on life. Seeking assistance with the process is a common human need and will often catalyze it. It begins by recognizing and honoring the signals of distress and understanding what may fuel them.
Couples
(312) 548-1405
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I have a wide range of expereince dealing with emotional difficulties and relationship difficulties. I want my clients to experience their "self" as good and true. I want them to learn to trust themselves, and to experience a sense of vitality and accomplishment in living.
Couples
(773) 683-3199
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Ioanna Chaney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CPCC, MBA
“I work with clients experiencing emotional stress stemming from depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. I specialize in issues of transition, such as critical times in a person's life that create feelings of unease, confusion, and distress. These include relatioship conflicts, parenting issues, divorce, grief and loss, accidents, career transitions, and retirement. I help clients gain insight into their situation and feelings, and empower them to take the steps leading to the attitude and behavioral changes they wish to make. I have extensive experience in cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems and client-centered therapies, as well as life and executive coaching.
Couples
(773) 219-0284
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Falana Coleman-Zamora, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life's moments are filled with joy, disappointment, triumph and challenges. Many of these experiences leave us feeling exhilarated, overwhelmed and in search of a new path in a different direction. I believe that the therapeutic environment is a safe space where mutual trust, honesty and insightful dialogue allow you to nurture, heal and replenish yourself. The therapeutic relationship is essential to my clinical approach; a collaborative effort to support and challenge as we establish and progress toward identified goals.
Couples
(773) 599-0934
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Jennifer Griffin, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who enjoys providing a safe and supportive environment to all my clients. Working from a strengths based perspective, my style tends to be warm, understanding, and interactive. Particular areas of interest and experience include adults and adolescents experiencing anxiety and depression as well as individuals having difficulty in personal and professional relationships. Life transitions can be challenging, but working together through the therapeutic process can ease those tensions.
Couples
(312) 985-1086
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Patricia Walker, Psychologist  in Chicago
“NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY FEINBERG SCHOOL OF MEDICINE FACULTY, Instructor in Ethical Psychology Practice. Are you a professional who wants to improve your work life, your important relationships, or your confidence and effectiveness? Perhaps you would like to accomplish more in less time, or become more confident in managing challenging supervisees and team conflict, or take better care of yourself with your own supervisor. Perhaps you would like to improve your work-life balance, or create more satisfying romantic or family relationships. Pursuing therapy is an admirable, reflective way of supporting yourself as you seek to make your life more fulfilling.
Couples
(773) 669-5990
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.
Couples
(312) 324-3090
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Aaron Homan, Counselor  in Chicago
“With nearly 10 years in the mental health field, I continue to be amazed at the resiliency of the adults, couples and families I work with. Drawing on years of experience and familiarity with numerous therapeutic approaches from dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral and mindfulness theories, I work collaboratively with clients to establish a respectful, empathic relationship. All clients have the ability to grow regardless of personal, historical, and relational challenges. It's my intention to help equip clients to develop their own self-awareness, compassion, clarity, and peace, they can go on to experience more meaningful and fulfilling lives.
Couples
(847) 379-5359 x304
Chicago, Illinois 60607
Daniel Wimsatt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CADC
“I have over 15 years of clinical experience helping individuals with a variety of life challenges. Some of the issues that I specialize in are: anxiety, depression, addiction, substance abuse, life transitions, and grief and loss. I strive to work from a place of non-judgement, creating support and emotional safety within the therapeutic relationship. I believe that emotional wellness and change in therapy are only possible when people feel encouraged and safe. One of my primary goals is to help my patients find a deeper connection to their authentic selves.
Couples
(773) 922-6558
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Silvia Avila, Counselor  in Chicago
“Hola, gracias por considerarme para ser su terapeuta. Entiendo que necesita ayuda y yo estoy dedicada a ayudar a las personas especialmente que hablan Espaņol. Soy una terapeuta que lo/la va a tratar con respeto, apoyo, y dignidad no importa que dificultades este teniendo. El siguiente paso es llamarme y hacer una cita conmigo para una consulta inicial donde hablaremos de su situacion y sus necesidades. Trabajo con personas individuales y parejas. Tambien hago evaluaciones para immigracion y talleres para parejas.
Couples
(773) 496-4713
Chicago, Illinois 60609
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
Couples
(773) 639-2768
Chicago, Illinois 60605
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.
Couples
(773) 219-1088
Chicago, Illinois 60603
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