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Couples Therapists in Chicago

Nicole Meyer Klarich, LCPC & Associates, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe I offer these qualities to help you work through the challenges you're facing: Practical. Relevant. Compassionate. Challenging and Gentle. Humorous and Kind. Respectful and Accepting. Warm and Creative. We'll work together with intention, mutual respect and a collaborative spirit. I primarily work with adults and couples regarding relational issues. Holding the unwavering belief that people have the capacity to improve the course of their lives, I have considerable tenacity in helping clients handle reoccurring issues, implement new habits and ways of thinking/acting/feeling. Enjoy working with people who are motivated to do something different.
Couples
(773) 717-2979
Chicago, Illinois 60647
“We treat multiple issues at Deer Rehabilitation Services, we believe in treating our client professionally in our private and comfortable offices. We have over 15 years of experience in substance abuse, marriage and family counseling, grief and individual counseling and domestic violence counseling. In addition, we specialize in working with law enforcement professionals as well.
Couples
(773) 432-7350
Chicago, Illinois 60624
Alexandra DeWoskin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a conversational therapist and attempt to establish a comfortable environment that allows for humor and examples to clarify concepts and patterns of thinking. I believe in empowering the client for change and am an empathic and intuitive listener which allows me to hone in on client strengths. Directly communicating these strengths and modeling behavior offers the client the opportunity to achieve milestones leading to increased self-esteem.
Couples
(773) 280-7446
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Amanda Gordon, Counselor  in Chicago
“Starting therapy is a turning point and I'm ready to help you take the next step in your life. Your relationship with your therapist matters a lot, and I'm committed to helping you feel safe, understood and connected as we begin our work together. I'm a caring and engaged therapist working with women, children and families. I have years of experience as a teacher, counselor and doula. I look forward to helping you find an increased sense of happiness and fulfillment as a result of the work that we do together.
Couples
(303) 835-4910
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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.
Couples
(773) 312-7346
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Laura Ann Brownstone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy working with adults and teens who need help coping with life stressors. I have worked for more than 10 years as a therapist in Chicago. As a therapist I help individuals, couples, families as well as groups. I currently see many adults who deal with Recovery Issues. I use creative modalities to help build on self awareness and growth of individuals. My focus now is on couples who strive to build connection with each other.
Couples
(773) 649-5107
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Lisa M. Demos, Counselor  in Chicago
“My approach to therapy is empathic, strength-based and interactive. In addition, I believe that a safe, trusting therapeutic relationship while empowering the client is imperative for change. I have been providing therapy since 2000 for adults, couples, families, and children. My main approach to therapy is to utilize cognitive behavioral theory in order to process thoughts, feelings, and beliefs that contribute to faulty thinking and behavior. The goal is to challenge these and reframe so that the client achieves their personal goals
Couples
(773) 451-8172
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Rebecca R. Hubbard  in Chicago
“Is something holding you back from becoming the best version of yourself? Can you imagine yourself at your best, but somehow get stuck somewhere else? There is value in approaching our obstacles with humility, while also recognizing the strengths we have. It takes courage, but you have the power to make a choice about your growth, and I want to join you as a committed and caring professional. I believe that many people would be alright without therapy, but that a lot more people would reach their potential if they gave it a try.
Couples
(773) 432-7229
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Nina Corwin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, BCD
“Have you found yourself stuck in self-defeating patterns of thinking or behavior? Struggling with feelings or symptoms you can no longer ignore? Perhaps life has thrown you a curve ball you can't manage with your existing coping skills. If the solution was simple, you probably would have figured it out by now. In my 20+ years of experience, I've helped numerous individuals and couples with diverse backgrounds, strengths and concerns to make significant gains and acheive greater satisfaction in relationships, work and life in general.
Couples
(312) 986-8161
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Tracy Schafer, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a clinical psychologist who offers a mind-body approach to psychotherapy. While life's challenges and transitions can be times when we need the most support, they also offer us the greatest opportunities for self-understanding and personal growth. My work stems from the belief that one's thoughts can manifest both physically and emotionally. I seek to help clients navigate a new relationship with their thoughts and empower them to reduce their overall experience of stress, which can exacerbate illness. Ultimately, achieving success in managing stress can facilitate a transition from suffering to engagement with and enjoyment of life.
Couples
(414) 982-1519
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Kenneth M. Andjulis, Counselor  in Chicago
“Finding a therapist you feel comfortable with and trust can be difficult. Painful life experiences, past trauma, current situations and events can cause you to feel stuck, depressed and anxious. You may have noticed changes in your relationships, health, work, mood or self esteem. I will collaborate with you to gain the self awareness, insight and self acceptance you deserve. I will encourage, challenge and empower you to make changes. I will guide you in making informed decisions about how to deal with issues we identify together. I also specialize in working with people in recovery from addiction and mindfulness.
Couples
(312) 448-9403
Chicago, Illinois 60660
John Rolfe Stutesman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Is it difficult for you to sustain well being, change self defeating patterns, or avoid unhealthy relationships? These forms of unhappiness deprive an individual of satisfying relationships, career goals and self contentment. It is my view, that therapy can effectively bring new levels of satisfaction and happiness into relationships and personal life. My goal is to work collaboratively with a client to thoughtfully address their concerns and difficulties and to help them attain a happy, healthy and fulfilling life.
Couples
(312) 715-8982
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Malinda A Steele, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW, ACSW, BCD
“Do you feel overwhelmed, stressed, exhausted, or out of control? Do you have difficulty stopping a constant stream of worries? Have you suffered a trauma that prevents you from experiencing peace of mind? Do you want to feel happier with yourself and in your relationships? Therapy can help you. In a confidential relationship, we can explore the reasons for your unhappiness and find ways to overcome them. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 38 years of experience in the treatment of individuals, couples, and families. I have extensive clinical experience in a wide range of emotional problems.
Couples
(708) 406-2675
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Suzanne Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“What would you like to change in your life? Are you willing to learn about yourself and gain insight into what behaviors and patterns may be holding you back? Together we will work on a plan for change that gets you on the path to feeling better and move you in a different direction in your life.
Couples
(312) 651-6913
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Nosheen Hydari, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“As a therapist, I believe in the power of self-awareness in helping people overcome adversity. Trained in Systems Therapy at the Family Institute at Northwestern University, my orientation is to use relationships to strengthen our understanding of one another, and of ourselves. I value the humanistic experience most of all, and strive to learn as much as possible about one's past motivations and ways of coping. I also believe that the therapeutic relationship is the key ingredient in effecting change. I use compassion and acceptance as tools to help create space for that change.
Couples
(630) 560-6733
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Francesco Belviso, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I offer engaged, purposeful therapy on relationships, work and school-related issues, life transitions, and stress management. I specialize in working with adults as they navigate increasing responsibilities at work, while also managing life transitions such as dating, marriage, parenthood, and losses. Many of my clients describe feeling stressed, anxious, overwhelmed, or depressed. I integrate current research and traditional approaches: many benefit by learning skills for emotional regulation and interpersonal effectiveness; others explore bigger-picture issues related to values and sense of purpose.
Couples
(773) 530-2633
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Mindful Path Behavioral Health & Wellness, Inc., Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“Mindful Path Behavioral Health & Wellness, Inc. is an Private Practice located in Chicago's Loop neighborhood. We offer individual, couples, and group therapy sessions. Beginning therapy is a difficult, yet powerful step. At Mindful Path Behavioral Health and Wellness, Inc. (MPBHW) our therapists create a non-judgmental and accepting space for clients to discuss what is bringing them into therapy. Our approach is one of deep compassion and commitment for our clients and their process. Our therapy approach is collaborative and encouraging; we believe in creating a space to help our clients maximize their potential for rich, full, and meaningful lives. MPBHW therapists assist in teaching psychological coping skills to help clients deal with their painful thoughts and feelings effectively - in such a way that they have much less impact and influence over them. We help clients clarify their values and what is truly important and meaningful to them, then we use that information to guide, inspire, and motivate our clients to change their lives for the better.
Couples
(312) 698-3255
Chicago, Illinois 60604
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
Nicole Arlyn Duarte, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MSMFT, AMFT
“I work with individuals, couples, and families to gain insight and overcome obstacles in their lives. I am bilingual in Spanish and have experience with a wide range of issues such as trauma, depression, life transitions and relational issues. I work with immigration issues and assessments and I am skilled at finding the fine balance of creating a safe environment while challenging unhealthy patterns at the same time. I believe in a holistic approach to treatment and focus on increasing my clients' self-awareness, facilitating personal growth, and creating enriching relationships.
Couples
(773) 904-2284
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Ilyse Froy, Counselor  in Chicago
“You are not alone....therapy is a journey that helps you get an understanding of where you have been, and where you would like to be. It's a chance to start something new and trust in the power of new beginnings. I believe that everyone has the potential for greatness, and sometimes it's important to talk through issues that are preventing you from achieving your goals. Together we will find ways to better understand the road blocks that are preventing you from moving forward, and develop healthier coping strategies and behaviors that will achieve greater results for your new journey.
Couples
(773) 303-6531
Chicago, Illinois 60646
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If you're looking for couples therapists in Chicago or for a Chicago couples therapist these professionals provide couples therapy in Chicago. Couples counseling can be effective and saves many relationships, but if you're part of a couple in distress remember that the sooner you get help, the more likely couples counseling will bring about a positive result.

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