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Family Therapists in Chicago

Robert E Manrique, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"We fear things in proportion to our ignorance of them." - Christian Nevell Bovee. My unique approach begins with the focus of increasing my client's knowledge of the mind and brain. Given that our brains are built to change in response to experience, there is a new optimism regarding the brain's ability to remain flexible and to benefit from enriching environments throughout life. My goal is to help you uncover your true potential, and have full freedom, self-expression and a life you love.
(773) 245-0261
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Bari Sturman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and have been providing individual, couples, family and group counseling services in a variety of settings for over 13 years. I truly believe in the power of the therapeutic process working together to identify personal challenges and develop healthy solutions that utilize individual strengths. Whether a client presents issues relating to chronic mental health, stage of life changes, relationship conflicts or simply to maintain mental wellness, therapy is a supportive environment that facilitates personal growth.
(305) 600-5497
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Lisa Mullings  in Chicago
“Do You Need Help? Perhaps you are having difficulties sleeping or concentrating because you can not stop thinking about your problems. Maybe you feel confused, depressed, and angry because you are stuck in unhealthy relationships or patterns of behavior? Do you find yourself asking how did life get so complicated? We all struggle with finding answers for some of life's challenges. Psychotherapy is one of the many ways we can examine our lives and look within ourselves to find our unique attributes and strengths to overcome adversity and thrive.
(773) 280-8289
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Shoshana Kahn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Life can be very challenging. Because I have 27 years of experience, I help you get to your major issues relatively quickly and start your journey of healing right away. I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults who suffer anxiety and depression due to ordinary life experiences such as work, school or parenting. I also work with challenging issues such as familial relationships, loss, death, grief, divorce, commitment difficulties, loneliness. I work with anxiety disorders such as PTSD, shortness of breath, difficulty sleeping, concentrating, focusing, ADD, ADHD, eating disorders, cutting, isolation.
(773) 358-1037
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Rebecca Cohen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“Changes in mood or behavior are often the first indicators of struggle. I specialize with children/adolescents and young adults. For over six years I have been providing clinical treatment to youth and their families. I utilize a collaborative, strengths-based approach when working with clients in order to provide them with concrete skills and tools they can utilize both within and outside of therapy. I am trained in Multi-Dimensional family therapy. I have continued my training in Child-Parent Psychotherapy to help young children process their feelings and experiences with their parents through dyadic play.
(773) 796-4520
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Richard Goldwasser, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am a psychotherapist with 25+ years experience working with adults, couples and families. I also run a co-ed group where men and women learn how to communicate more openly and honestly. I've always been able to provide a safe, respectful environment allowing clients to feel comfortable sharing their concerns, fears and hopes for the future. Developing rapport and trust are a must in any successful relationship; this is especially true in therapy. From the first session you'll know you're in competent and caring hands. It will be easier to discuss difficult issues and progress will come more quickly.
(773) 757-6421
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Joe Guse, Psychologist  in Chicago
Psychologist, LCPC, PsyD
“I'm a former comedian who entered the field of psychology after working as an entertainer in nursing homes, where I observed a strong relationship between laughter, resilience and healing. I've written 14 books detailing my experiences integrating laughter into my work, and firmly believe that we can all learn to incorporate more humor into our lives. Although we are confronted by grief, change, and loss, I also believe we have choices as to how we are going to respond to these things. I strive to help others incorporate humor into the way they make these emotional choices
(312) 646-3758
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Julie Safranski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Through diet and exercise we manage our physical health, but it's as important to invest time exploring and resolving personal issues as a way of caring for our mental health. At times, stress can be overwhelming and it can be hard to manage day-to-day. As clients identify their strengths, the focus becomes about generating solutions, developing healthy ways of coping and making positive decisions that ultimately improves their outlook.
(773) 295-2405
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Kristina M Pecora, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe each person, with some effort, has the potential to live a life they can enjoy right now. Pursuing this is a worthwhile journey that I feel privileged to be a part of.
(312) 651-6642
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Georgia Angelakos, Counselor  in Chicago
“One certainty is that life will bring with it challenges and struggles, and in counseling we can learn how to work through those challenges using the strengths in place. In my practice, I aspire to maintain a private environment, an accepting attitude, an open mind, and a genuine presence in order to provide the conditions where our work can thrive. To accommodate busy lives, my office is open in the evenings and weekends, with flexibility in scheduling as well as use of Skype. Please call or email me to schedule a free consultation.
(773) 295-7720
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Joslyn K Jelinek, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW, RDDP
“Are you looking for ways to change how you tackle issues in your life? Are you feeling overwhelmed or have difficulty coping in relationships or at work? Call me and we can discuss how empowering, solution focused therapy can make a difference for you. Chicago Human Potential recognizes your unique strengths and resilience and builds upon both to help you navigate towards the life you want to create for yourself. Change is possible at any age and in any area of your life. Don't be limited by old patterns or thinking. Your life is waiting for you!
(773) 236-8655
Chicago, Illinois 60626
Diana Goldman De Zocchi, Counselor  in Chicago
“For over 25 years I have specialized in the clinical treatment of adolescent and adults with depression, anxiety, phobias, bereavement and grief, acculturation issues, post traumatic stress and interpersonal relationship discord. My approach to treatment includes psychodynamic therapy with integration of cognitive-behavioral or other techniques. I believe that in the therapeutic process it is essential to help the client identify misunderstandings in relation to oneself, others, or in relation to their interpretation of life events. My main goal is to promote the development of the client's individual abilities to find new ways to deal with their emotional suffering.
(312) 854-2021
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Helen Odessky, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Do you struggle with worry, panic or anxiety? It's time to feel better! I specialize in helping you beat stress and anxiety. I use research based methods that teach you tools starting from the very first session. Together we can work to find solutions that lead to relief from chronic anxiety and stress. My approach is warm and practical. I also offer insight based therapy. I aspire to help you find solutions that lead to the life you desire and envision for yourself.
(847) 529-8600
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Pamela J Bell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“Effective therapy helps you move away from feelings of distress and struggle and toward a happier, more balanced life. My greatest pleasure as a therapist is guiding clients toward identifying their strengths and re-awakening to life's possibilities. We all have the capacity to grow, learn, and make positive changes no matter what life throws our way. My style is supportive and respectful, but also practical and action-oriented. Together we explore what you want from therapy and customize an approach that's best for you. Clients see me as collaborative, genuine, and committed to their health and happiness.
(312) 203-3405
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Christina M. Warner-Metzger, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My practice focuses on early childhood issues, including psychological assessment for children with developmental disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and trauma histories. I also coordinate the Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Program, an evidence-based treatment designed for children 2 to 6 with emotional and behavioral disorders. PCIT provides caregivers with real-time coaching during interactions with their child. Children develop positive self-esteem and prosocial skills and learn to follow directions, and manage frustration and anger. After completing PCIT, caregivers generally report high levels of satisfaction in their relationship with their child, and decreases in parenting stress and family stress.
(773) 840-0870
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Alithea Wayer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In my therapy practice, I believe in an individualized treatment approach, realizing that all clients have varying needs and perspectives. These differences are always respected and acknowledged and as a result, my treatment focus is adaptive, utilizing various treatment models customized according to the individual qualities, needs and goals of each client. I maintain a strengths-based perspective on treatment and believe that every client has the potential to experience greater self-awareness, emotional healing and growth, and personal achievement.
(773) 840-7411
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Lara Veon, Counselor  in Chicago
“As a body-inclusive psychotherapist, I am passionate about a collaborative and holistic approach to therapy. I believe the integration of mind, body, and spirit in a safe, therapeutic setting can provide profound opportunities for healing. I have experience working with those desiring help with issues related to trauma and abuse, stress, anxiety, depression, relationships, parenting, mood management, and grief/loss. I enjoy working with a diverse clientele including adolescents and emerging adults.
(847) 979-5350 x304
Chicago, Illinois 60607
Katie Lyons, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“I have over twenty years experience working with clients, couples, families and groups in private practice and at a top academic medical center. I have a home office with a sweet therapy dog, Callie. I believe therapy happens in the context of the therapeutic relationship -- how well you connect with your therapist. When friends ask me for advice on finding a therapist, I suggest they make some phone calls and pay attention to how they feel talking to the person. Give me a call and we can talk about what you are looking for.
(312) 972-6711
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Ayako Konno, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, anxious or stressed-out? Have you been feeling down, or stuck? I provide psychotherapy, assessment as well as consultation to adults, children and families experiencing various issues. I have extensive experience helping clients struggling with cultural adjustment, trauma, anxiety, relationship/family conflict, self-image, depression, and school-related issues. I believe in each person's strengths and resilience, and encourage clients to actively participate in sessions toward treatment goals that are produced collaboratively.
(312) 257-3730
Chicago, Illinois 60601
“I am a bilingual/bicultural (English and Spanish speaking) Psychologist with 15 years of experience, with a primary focus on psychological and emotional wellness. I offer individual, family and couples therapy. My strategy is to utilize an integrative approach to therapy, drawing from a range of techniques and theories that best meet the particular and unique needs of the clients I serve. By creating collaborative relationships with my clients, I can help facilitate changes in people's lives that in turn, help them maintain healthy personal and professional relationships.
(773) 234-3915
Chicago, Illinois 60608
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