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Anxiety Therapists in Chicago
Fears, Phobia

Wendy Liles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“Are you looking for a solution to anxiety? depression? workplace stress? low self-esteem? traumatic memories? a conflictual relationship? urges or compulsions that seem beyond control? a phobia, procrastination, or some other behavior that interferes with having the life you want? If so, I am sorry- I don't have one. What?! Surprised I would say that? I am just being honest. Besides, if I did have one, it would only be temporary, because what works today may not work tomorrow. You don't need a solution, but a strategy for surviving- and thriving- amidst ever-changing life experiences.
Anxiety
(708) 949-6105
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Carolbeth Shansky, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I provide individual long and short-term psychotherapy to adults, couple counseling, and supervision to licensed professionals. Therapy is a collaborative experience to overcome emotional obstacles that interfere with one's personal and career life. I appreciate the difficulties facing those struggling to find their "niche," be it career or otherwise as well as those who are single, living in a couple's world. Psychotherapy is about life and the problems one is facing rather than a diagnosis. My approach is tailored to meet each person's specific needs. I am told that my style is forthright, patient and authentic.
Anxiety
(312) 616-0006
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Brenda Lehman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My clinical work focuses on the treatment of depression, anxiety, stress, adjustment, couples/relationship concerns, and women's health issues, especially as related to fertility, pregnancy, and postpartum concerns. When negative thoughts and unhealthy behaviors interfere with our ability to live the lives we want, we need to know how to respond to them without judgment or pessimism. When providing therapy, I aim to create a safe place where we can explore these experiences collaboratively, openly, and supportively, tailoring therapy to the individual's needs.
Anxiety
(312) 854-2122
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Alyssa McLean, Counselor  in Chicago
“It takes courage to take a deeper look at what might be holding you back from living as fully as you would like. Through an empathic therapeutic alliance, I offer a safe, supportive space for you to explore these issues and to recognize and use your inherent strengths. I believe in the power of feeling heard and accepted, and I utilize this relational approach in my work with clients. Through the use of strategies such as mindfulness, self-compassion, and cognitive behavioral techniques, I provide an objective, non-judgmental perspective to support your innate ability to be well.
Anxiety
(872) 241-1113
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Integrative Counseling Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“I am a mind-body therapist that offers consultations in home, office and school-based settings. Children, adolescents, young adults, and adults work with me to learn mindfulness & mind-body skills for support with anxiety, depression, loss, and change. Integrative counseling is based on evidence-based medicine and includes a set of research-based practices that help anchor the body and the mind in the relaxation response. Through belly breathing, tapping/ EFT, drawing, journaling, gentle movement, meditation, biofeedback, and art, you can expand your skill-set and experience the benefits of a toolbox of daily practices.
Anxiety
(312) 219-9218
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Jeffrey A Seiden, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Dr. Jeff Seiden is a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst in full time private practice with over 15 years of experience. He provides diagnostic assessments, psychotherapy, and psychoanalysis to adolescents and adults. His subspecialties are in sexual dysfunctions, difficulties in love, anxiety and depression. Dr. Seiden works collaboratively with patients with the goal of improving their lives.
Anxiety
(312) 234-0374
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Madigan Kent Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“I offer insight, compassion, gentle challenging, and respect in my client relationships. Clients find me straightforward and willing to back-up or change directions if that helps us make progress. I use somatic, body-centered approaches alongside traditional talk therapy. I find this approach works well for treating trauma, anxiety, depression, relationship conflict, substance use, stress and overwhelm. I am also trained in Emotion Focused Therapy for Couples, which gets to the heart of dealing with relationship issues and destructive cycles, which I enjoy very much.
Anxiety
(872) 225-2150
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Nancy Gardner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Therapy can help. Having a safe place to explore and resolve things that are blocking your path can result in real change. If you are looking for support to reduce your anxiety, improve relationships, and resolve troubles that may stem from life transitions, trauma, and chronic illness, feel free to call or email. An important area of focus for me is working with millenials (adults ages 18-29) and managing the stressors specific to that stage of life (such as coping with school, work, relationships, identity, financial independence). I also love to work with adolescents and adults older than millenials.
Anxiety
(312) 548-8751
Chicago, Illinois 60661
Cori R. Dixon-Fyle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Cori (Robin) Dixon-Fyle is a psychotherapist with experience providing guidance and therapeutic services to individuals (infancy to elderly), couples, and families with a wide array of conditions. Cori's specialized work includes depression and anxiety, grief and loss, oncology issues, older adults and life transitions, health diagnoses adjustments (mental / physical), relationship struggles, domestic abuse and sexual trauma. Prior to Urban Balance, Cori gained experience in community mental health, early intervention, hospital-based social work and independent counseling practices.
Anxiety
(888) 608-8301
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Monica Umlauf, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that most people, at some point in their lives, may face challenging issues, be it job or family stress, relationship issues, death, or illness. My philosophy as a practitioner is to help those dealing with such issues to find support and help in facilitating change where it is needed in order to relieve some of the strain and enhance life experiences. My style is compassionate and individualized. While therapy should always be a forward progress, the pace of each person's therapy should be suited to the individual.
Anxiety
(708) 695-8788
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Susan Jane Snapp, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you struggling with anxiety or depression? Are you a couple needing help with your relationship? Do you have ADHD and need a coach to help you manage life's challenges more effectively? I am a cognitive behavioral therapist who can provide solutions focused therapy to improve the quality of your life. I have 30+ years of experience and my goal is to provide a safe, comfortable, place where you can talk about your concerns and work with me to find solutions to your problems that make sense to you.
Anxiety
(773) 663-4187
Chicago, Illinois 60615
South Loop Counseling and Psychotherapy Associates, Counselor  in Chicago
“Welcome to South Loop Counseling and Psychotherapy Associates. We are a varied and experienced group. Our focus is highly personalized. Services are tailored to your needs. Inquiries are warmly welcomed. Click on email link to quickly communicate with us.
Anxiety
(312) 548-8283
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Jeffery Duke, Counselor  in Chicago
“My approach to the therapeutic process is one that stresses creating a safe, trusting, respectful relationship with my clients. I recognize that different people respond to different interventions and I am comfortable with an eclectic approach to foster change. I am naturally someone who enjoys people and engaging them in examining what they value and want for their life. I am also action oriented. Life is a series of choices. Insight is vital but lasting change happens when we do something different that is effective in building our self-esteem and a new perspective on life's possibilities.
Anxiety
(773) 312-7447
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Robert T Baker III, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I'm a psychologist who's caring and direct. I use compassion, wisdom and humor to help clients understand and deal with problems in a way that's respectful and honors their unique situation. My style is grounded in the belief that promoting an individual's innate desire and ability to move forward in life is the key to progress in therapy. If you're feeling overwhelmed in life, dealing with something you find increasingly hard to handle and are ready to make a change, I can help. Please consider calling me to begin exploring a new way to live.
Anxiety
(847) 416-0913
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Noelle McWard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy can truly change how you see yourself, how you feel and how you experience life. It is a wonderful process, and I love my work as a therapist. I work with individuals who are facing issues of depression, anxiety, grief, life transition issues, and relationship issues. I also work with couples who are seeking to improve communication and connectedness in their relationships. My style with clients is warm and interactive. I am very involved in the therapeutic process, and view it as an active dialogue where we are working together towards your goals.
Anxiety
(773) 219-3588
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Rosalyn Chrenka, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I cultivate active partnerships with emerging adults so that they become more solid selves in work, family, relationships. Ideal clients: Emerging adult professionals, writers, artists, teachers, pregnant and parenting couples, LGBT, all ethnicities, ages. Develop self-management skills, reduce stress, start a mindfulness meditation practice. You don't have to be unwell to get better. I look forward to meeting you and discussing your aims for yourself and your relationships. EDUCATION***AB, cum laude, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut***PhD, Psychology (Clinical), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan***NIMH Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Aging and Mental Health, Northwestern University Medical School
Anxiety
(773) 863-3786
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Mary Anne Machado, Counselor  in Chicago
“One of my primary goals as a therapist is to help clients let go of self-criticism and shame as strategies for change. I believe that it is on the journey toward self-understanding and self-acceptance that real and lasting change occurs. I strive to help my clients view change as a process, and therapy as part of that process. I have expertise in working with young adults in transition, especially those struggling with anxiety, compulsive behavior, food and body image disturbance, and relationship issues.
Anxiety
(312) 970-0222
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Kate Kelley Schneider, Counselor  in Chicago
“I specialize with adults in their twenties and thirties who are looking to make changes in certain areas of their life, and may be feeling stuck. My approach to therapy is both practical and positive. Sometimes for the client that means helping them set achievable goals, or helping them recognize their strengths, but it always means meeting them where they are at emotionally, physically and spiritually. I believe in looking at the whole person and all aspects of their life, including relationships, work, health, & sexuality. I enjoy the journey with the client of discovering what truly makes them happy and how to get them there.
Anxiety
(773) 467-7484
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Linda Louise Marino, Psychologist  in Chicago
“If you are feeling lonely, exhausted, stuck, and troubled by a loss of drive, facing difficult relationships or family conflicts, suffering from stress and anxiety or body image and eating issues, then psychotherapy, an active collaboration between therapist and patient, can be a powerful and positive emotional learning experience. My work with people experiencing emotional pain due to traumatic events (recent or in childhood), finding themselves repeating self-defeating behaviors that create relationship and/or work problems, feeling lost, directionless, or believing they are "damaged goods" has allowed them to regain forward momentum in their lives.
Anxiety
(773) 280-5466
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Nancy Gordon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with clients of all ages using insight-oriented and cognitive behavior therapies along with guided imagery, dreamwork, mindfulness meditation, art and other expressive modalities. I promote growth of intuition and creativity in order to facilitate decision-making and problem-solving. I often help clients generate images as a way of tapping into inner resources and wisdom. This kind of direct communication with the unconscious allows indepth work to be done in a short time period. Both powerful and profound, this modality can elicit humor, enlarge imagination, and inspire hope in the most difficult and painful situations.
Anxiety
(773) 234-3943
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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