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Family Therapists in Chicago

Barbara Goschi, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am an active therapist with 25 years of experience. How can my experience help you? I will help you feel better as you utilize new skills to move effectively through marital or personal problems. I will help minimize the conflict in your life while maximizing your or your relationship's potential. I will help you take charge of your life while reducing anxiety and increasing self-esteem. I will help you manage your anger and other emotions. These are only some of the ways I can help. Start the growth process today, call (312)595-1787 or email
(773) 717-2913
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Falana Coleman-Zamora, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
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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.
(773) 599-0934
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Joyce Mojica, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Life is unpredictable. Anxiety and depression is something we all experience. Everyone handles things in their own unique way. Dealing with things alone can be overwhelming. Sometimes we try running away from it all. How do we know when it's too much for us to handle? When it impacts our relationships and self esteem. That's when you need a helping hand to help you regain your balance. We can work together to identify what the right treatment is for you.
(312) 698-3719
Chicago, Illinois 60641
Monica Holliday, Counselor  in Chicago
“It is my hope that our work will be the beginning of a lifelong pursuit of insight and growth for you. I believe that a therapeutic relationship can be the foundation for achieving balance and satisfaction in life. I work to find the pace and tone that fit you, as my clinical experiences have helped me to appreciate the unique paths of individuals as they work toward healing and change. By using a strengths-based approach, we will work together to highlight the best methods for utilizing your strengths so you can grow and heal.
(312) 818-2447
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Kristen Taylor, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults from a variety of cultural backgrounds. While I tend conceptualize from a psychodynamic perspective, my treatment tends towards a more integrative model. I often use treatment techniques from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Solution-Focused treatment. I believe that one theory alone is not necessarily going to apply to every individual from a multitude of cultures and backgrounds.
(312) 753-9465
Chicago, Illinois 60657
John Carter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“Deciding to start therapy can be a difficult decision. We can sometimes get so wrapped up in life, with deadlines, children, time, and money we forget how to live with ourselves. We pressure ourselves to get better, to be better.
(312) 360-1983 x2
Chicago, Illinois 60604
According To Sykes, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“For nearly three decades, I have been working with in the metropolitan Chicago area helping to build on the strengths of individuals, families and communities. I have many skills and talents in direct service and executive leaderships roles in the non-profit arena. I have managed community mental health centers, residential treatment facilities, and drop-in youth centers. I work to help individuals to identify unhealthy patterns and cycles; and I assist individuals/families with developing new skills to make discovery that lead to positive life changes.
(773) 649-4122
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Matthew Shaffer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice welcomes children (age 9 & up), adolescents, and adults to explore life issues and challenges, as well as existing strengths and assets, in a supportive & safe environment. Developing trust and building a positive relationship serves as a starting point; I then help my clients increase their capacity to ask themselves questions, challenge previous assumptions and patterns, understand their family/social environment and try out new thoughts and actions. Together, we walk the path of progress and change, taking steps towards becoming the best possible version of ourselves, as often as we can.
(847) 562-5916
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Alixandra Foisy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT
“My specialty is working with older adults and those with a disability, chronic pain or health issues as well as those providing care and support for a loved one. My treatment approach is individualized with an emphasis on body awareness. As a Certified Yoga Teacher, I can assist with proper alignment, breathing techniques, and meditations that can diminish pain, depression, and anxiety that often occurs when growing older or living with a health problem.
(773) 295-0291
Chicago, Illinois 60608
Melissa J Miller, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families I use a variety of techniques to help clients discover positive ways of coping and responding to the difficulties they face. I value the psychologist-client relationship and strive to establish a connection with each client based on empathy and understanding of each individual's needs. I assist clients in developing ways to cope with life stressors and establish/maintain personal relationships. In the therapeutic process, I focus on an individual's strengths and encourage clients to use strengths to enhance their lives and attain their goals.
(773) 295-6320
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Rachel Port, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe that emotional growth is best achieved within a non judgmental, compassionate and safe therapeutic relationship. I recognize that each person is the expert on his or her life and we work collaboratively to identify areas clients would like to address. The client and I work together to examine thoughts, feelings and behaviors; we identify patterns, develop tools, and find ways to respond differently. Understanding and strengthening relationships is also a crucial part of my work with clients. Ultimately, I focus on clients' strengths and work to empower them to promote positive change, growth, and healing in their lives.
(872) 395-6429
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Joy Ryba, Psychologist  in Chicago
“As clinical director for Midwest Counseling & Diagnostic Center, and a practicing clinical psychologist, Dr. Joy E. Ryba treats individuals, couples and families presenting with issues related to drug and alcohol addiction, process addictions (gambling, spending and sex), depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, and self-injury. She has been in private practice since 2004, after leaving the group practice of a large suburban behavior health hospital.
(773) 570-4029
Chicago, Illinois 60645
Neha Patel, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Life can be challenging, and support through tough times is essential. My professional work includes working with individuals who are stressed by the challenges of their daily lives as well as those who struggle with a mental illness. I encourage holistic health and wellness that includes, mind, body and spirit. I am passionate about my work and believe that treatment with a focus on intervention, prevention and support can lead to a more meaningful life with promise and hope.
(312) 229-0811
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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.
(847) 379-5359 x304
Chicago, Illinois 60607
Andrea Picard, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe creativity lends a hand with communication and discovery. Whether this creative process encompasses thinking outside of the box or participating in a guided drawing, the nature of creating can be transforming and informative. Through this process, I focus on building a collaborative therapeutic working relationship to foster growth and understanding. Genuine and down to earth are my approach, coupled with realistic ideas and sense of humor.
(773) 303-6999
Chicago, Illinois 60631
Lizanne Phalen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I am a highly trained licensed clinical social worker with 15+ years of psychotherapeutic experience. Mine is a tailored, eclectic approach, utilizing techniques from psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral and systems modalities. My style is flexible so that I might better suit the individualized needs of families, parents, couples, and individuals seeking my help.
(773) 831-4171
Chicago, Illinois 60615
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked with children, adolescents, and families for over 10 years. I have extensive experience working with a variety of emotional and behavioral concerns (i.e., adjustment issues, anxiety, depression, mood problems, oppositional behaviors, identity development, parent-child conflicts, attention problems and behavior management). I also work with young adults, focusing on stress management, life transitions, and struggles with identity that occur in early adulthood. Although I utilize a variety of therapeutic techniques, my primary goal is to establish a positive therapeutic relationship with clients that allows clients to feel safe and supported in our work together.
(312) 436-1316
Chicago, Illinois 60613
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
Eileen Rosete, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Chicago
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Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MSMFT, CYT
“As a therapist and a yoga teacher, I value a holistic approach to healing that honors the intrinsic connection between body, mind, and spirit. I am particularly drawn to how emotions and experiences are held in the body, and thus weave body-centered experiential tools with modern talk therapy approaches. I believe this integrated approach helps clients strengthen their connection to their intuition and deepen their personal awareness - both of which are instrumental in creating and maintaining healthier relationships with self and others.
(708) 330-4550
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Crystal Clair, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCPC
“Talk Therapy Can Help You... *Feel more calm and relaxed. *Build better relationships and learn better ways to communicate with the important people in your life *Learn ways to cope with feelings of anger, disappointment, or fear. *Understand your symptoms of depression and anxiety. *Work with your partner to build trust and understanding. *Process and heal from traumatic events in your life. My work with adults often addresses substance abuse, anger management, body image, depression, anxiety/OCD, and difficulties adjusting to new life situations (e.g., babies, loss of a loved one, moving to a new town, etc).
(312) 789-5417
Chicago, Illinois 60614
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