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Family Therapists in Chicago

Yuhwen Chow, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“My practice specializes in adult general psychiatry. I provide individual and family therapy and pharmacological treatment. My professional training and life experiences give me the advantage of understanding and feeling comfortable with many types of people and situations. I am especially interested in issues surrounding women's mental health. I strive to provide patients and families with clear, understandable information so they may make the best treatment decisions for themselves in a comfortable, stress-free environment. My goal is to provide healthy, safe, and effective medical care.
Family
(312) 789-5381
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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.
Family
(773) 219-3592 x25
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Jose M. Viruet, Counselor  in Chicago
Counselor, MA, LCPC, CRADC
“Are you struggling to manage your anxiety, depression, substance abuse, grief, anger or relationships? If so, my goal is to equip you with the skills to improve and overcome those difficulties. I will also guide you in the discovery of a more meaningful, productive, and positive life. I will provide a safe, secure and non-judgmental atmosphere.
Family
(773) 245-2772
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Victoria Ann Kessinger, Counselor  in Chicago
“Victoria has a M.A. in Clinical Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Health Psychology from The Chicago School. She specializes in the management of chronic health conditions, weight-loss, eating disorders, depresson and anxiety. She believes that optimal health is achieved through balanced nutrition, regular exercise, fulfilling relationships, and acceptance of one's true self. Through introspective and solution-focused work, she helps clients increase insight of their problematic behaviors, thought processes, and relationships. With increased insight, clients gain direction and are able to reach their goals.
Family
(312) 313-0481
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Kimberley Hogan, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I aspire to listen, understand, and guide each person I treat through the problems that are getting in the way of feeling more happy and fulfilled. Oftentimes, painful emotions or difficult relationships are the catalyst for someone to begin therapy. I work with each patient to alleviate the pain they are experiencing on a day-to-day basis while we ascertain the underlying emotional issues that may contribute to destructive patterns. This two-pronged approach is helpful in order to cope effectively with similar problems as they arise in the future.
Family
(773) 219-0678
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Lakeshore Center for Behavioral Health, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“The Lakeshore Center for Behavioral Health is driven by a team of experienced Licensed Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists who possess specialized expertise needed to effectively treat a wide range of clinical concerns.
Family
(312) 257-2985
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Manya Bahraini, Counselor  in Chicago
“My approach to therapy is grounded in the belief that each individual has the capacity to affect change in his/her life. I also believe in my responsibility to actively engage with my client and facilitate their movement through their issues and feelings. Different theoretical interventions may be more facilitative depending on one's particular needs, one's background, one's view of the world, and one's capacity for insight. As a therapist, I truly consider the individual as a whole and attempt to utilize the most effective tool to facilitate progress towards independent wellness given the particular needs and challenges of my client.
Family
(312) 625-5457
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Jacob R Colton, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LCSW, CADC
“I specialize in Addiction and Substance Abuse Counseling, Couples Therapy, and Mens Issues. I split my time between therapy, teaching, and training (currently teaching chemical dependency and group counseling courses to graduate students at DePaul University). I've worked with clients that have addictions to drugs, alcohol, sex, and intimacy and I utilize MI, CBT, and DBT techniques. Furthermore, I specialize in helping people for whom non-traditional approaches to treatment have been ineffective and overly constrictive(e.g. AA). Often an individual's addiction is complex and coexisting depression, anger, anxiety, trauma, and relationship problems are common.
Family
(801) 719-5036
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Lynn B Gilman, Counselor  in Chicago
“I help people make changes in their lives. My goal is to help my clients transform life's challenges into states of mental, physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, I weave together the best of cutting edge traditional psychology with complementary modalities such as hypnotherapy, NLP, shamanic energy healing, past life regression therapy and Life Between Lives Therapy. The result is deep healing and lasting change.
Family
(410) 983-3229
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Lee Jacobs Riggs, Counselor  in Chicago
“In my individual, couples, and family work, values of collaboration, mutuality, and connection guide my practice. I partner with clients to identify their own unique strengths that can be used as resources to foster growth and change. I am attentive to the role of early family experiences, cultural values, oppression, and stigma in shaping client's experiences. Particularly when addressing painful or traumatic areas, I attend to clients' emotional safety using mindfulness and body awareness. I believe that healing happens in the context of honest relationships and invite my clients to engage in open dialog about our work together.
Family
(773) 904-2169
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Allison Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I strongly believe in people's capacity for positive change. I apply this to my work with children, families, and individuals striving to improve their relationships with themselves and those around them.
Family
(773) 831-4234
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Emily M Burchfield, Counselor  in Chicago
“From time to time, everyone has struggles in life, whether it's adjusting to loss or transitions, coping with problems in relationships, or with balancing the demands of daily life. Though it can really help to talk things over with a professional counselor, sometimes people hesitate, fearing the possibility of being judged or not understood. I believe that providing a safe, trusting, and nonjudgmental environment is one of the most important elements of good therapy, an element that allows positive change to occur.
Family
(773) 717-2933
Chicago, Illinois 60618
DePaul Family and Community Services, Psychologist  in Chicago
“The DePaul Family and Community Services is a full-service behavioral health clinic located in Lincoln Park on the campus of DePaul University. Since we are connected to a major university, our staff includes an exceptional team of highly-skilled Clinical/Community Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors, a Psychiatrist, and graduate students. A definite gem in the city! In addition to our traditional services (individual, family, group therapy), we provide specialty services such as Child/Adolescent Psychiatry, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (designed to strengthen the parent-child bond) and Psychological Testing/Assessment. Our clinic serves children/adolescents and their caregivers.
Family
(773) 530-3791
Chicago, Illinois 60614
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.
Family
(773) 840-0117
Chicago, Illinois 60618
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.
Family
(312) 698-3703
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Farah Hussain Baig, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that therapy can be a rewarding experience for everyone. As a practitioner, I work closely with my clients, using a strengths-based approach, to help create change and achieve their personal and professional goals. By engaging in the therapeutic process, my clients are able to identify problem areas in their lives and relationships, increase their ability to communicate effectively, find new ways of relating to themselves and others, as well as develop positive strategies for successful conflict resolution.
Family
(773) 312-4524
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Sharon Risch, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Choosing to pursue therapy is a difficult decision but one that can offer great benefit. I work primarily with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, and problems in their interpersonal relationships. Often clients I work with report feeling "stuck" in their lives. My approach is practical and present-focused yet grounded in the an understanding of the ways our past experiences may have contributed to our present difficulties. I help patients explore and work through what gets in the way of them leading a meaningful, satisfying life. I also work with couples having difficulty with communication and intimacy.
Family
(312) 647-2523
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Jennifer Foley, Counselor  in Chicago
“The decision to begin therapy is not always an easy one, but it is often the first step to a more fulfilling, authentic and happy life. I like to tailor therapy to the needs of the individual by providing a comfortable and supportive environment that will allow guests to share their feelings, challenges and hopes. Together we can identify unhelpful patterns, how they began and how they can be released to allow for better habits, communication and relationships. I also help guests gain insight into their thoughts, feelings and behaviors to reduce symptoms, cope with traumatic events and establish future goals.
Family
(312) 651-6912
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Jeff Stahl, Counselor  in Chicago
“By picking up the phone and contacting a therapist, you've taken the hardest step: a coming to an awareness that you would like to affect change in your life. I believe in an interactive, dynamic approach where together we explore the history of an issue, it's effects and most importantly, institute a positive plan for change.
Family
(312) 636-7516
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Susan Foti McClanahan, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist on faculty at Northwestern University Medical School. I have been in practice for the last 15 years. I have experience treating a wide range of mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, infertility, and relationship issues. I teach and present at major national conferences and run a busy group practice. With regard to my education, I am a graduate of Duke University. I received my M.A. in Developmental Psychology from Columbia University in NYC, and received my Ph.D. from Northwestern University.
Family
(773) 312-3222
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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