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Anxiety Therapists in Chicago
Fears, Phobia

Constance Brainin, Counselor  in Chicago
“Research shows that the client-therapist relationship is primary for therapy to be successful. In this regard, I provide a safe, non-judgmental environment wherein you can be heard, understood and respected in terms of your emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual needs. Within our alliance you will have the opportunity to discover the emotional tools needed for feeling confident in your ability to cope with life's challenges. For more than 20 years I have successfully assisted clients through this therapeutic process.
(773) 683-2981
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Peggy Healy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW
“Life brings many changes, and sometimes these changes can throw us off track. It helps to talk with someone who is objective in order to gain perspective, sort through what is confusing, and identify new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving. Are you struggling to cope with stress, life change, sadness or depression, loss, relationship issues or other such challenges? Would you like to break old habits and learn new ways to cope? I can be your co-pilot.
(773) 309-4685
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Carolbeth Shansky, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I bring 25 years of experience to my practice, and collaborate with clients to overcome emotional obstacles that interfere with their personal and career lives. Respectful of individual values, I am trained in a variety of therapeutic approaches, ranging from psychoanalytic psychotherapy to EMDR and Working Memory Training. I provide individual long and short-term psychotherapy, couple counseling, and supervision to licensed professionals.
(312) 616-0006
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Elaine Gordon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AM, LCSW, CADC
“I am a solution-focused therapist with a collaborative, non-judgemental, and client centered approach to treatment. My goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals to explore their challenges and make progress towards creating healthy and satisfying lives. I am trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and other empirically validated treatments research proven to be most effective in the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders. I have experience working with diverse populations in a variety of settings providing treatment for depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, panic disorder, social anxiety, bipolar, and schizophrenia.
(773) 309-4294
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Katie Fleming, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, AMFT
“I am a Marriage and Family therapist committed to working with individuals, couples, and families. My clinical interests lie in treating couple's issues, including communication, infidelity, infertility, life transitions, work/life balance, and issues relating to physical health including medical disorders and weight loss.
(872) 256-9285
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Kuan Lin, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Crises are often opportunities in disguise. My treatment is to help clients engage such opportunities to reach for life's full potential. With a clinical practice over ten years, I have had a great deal of success in helping clients meet such goal. I incorporate evidence-based techniques in a holistic framework and my treatment is conducted in a respectful and supportive atmosphere. Besides symptom alleviation, I also aim to enhance clients' growth and development of new perspectives, skills, and knowledge so as to help them obtain a better living.
(773) 242-6224
Chicago, Illinois 60625
Angela Alexander,   in Chicago
“Behavioral or mood changes are often the first indications that someone is struggling or hurting. It is not uncommon for people to face challenges as they navigate through life. Although the challenges vary in severity, the effects can seem overwhelming. During these times, people who are struggling are often unable to recognize the tools within them. I work to empower my clients so that they can find these tools and build on their strengths so they can better cope with the challenges they face.
(773) 786-9084
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Jason Herr, Psychologist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, LCP, MA, PsyD, HSPP
“There are times when balance feels lost. Challenges come from many angles and catch us off guard, even when we are prepared. We adjust as best as we can but, change can be difficult, whether its small change or traumatic things that happen in our lives. I work with clients to adjust to even the most difficult changes in a collaborative approach. Starting therapy should not have the stigma of weakness. I have many years of helping people with relationship issues and trauma and I provided a safe non judgmental environment to explore and be heard.
(773) 295-7704
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Erica L Stone,   in Chicago
“There are lots of ways a person can struggle. Perhaps you are struggling with depression, anxiety, fears, grief/loss, guilt, trauma, difficult life transitions, relationship conflict, or finding your path in life. Emotional pain can manifest as physical issues and your physical health can affect your feelings. I can help support you through a range of integrative mind-body psychotherapies that take into account how your mind affects your bodies and how your body affects your mind. My primary tool is helping you harness the power of personal narrative to help you live your most authentic and empowered life now.
(312) 985-9770
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Stacey Belmont, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for a variety of problems including: panic disorder, social anxiety, OCD, PTSD, generalized anxiety, depression, anger management, domestic violence, ADHD, and health-related concerns (such as fertility, weight-loss, and pain management). Additionally, I enjoy working with individuals who are dealing with sexual orientation/identity issues and relationship (work, family, romantic) problems. I also specialize in psychological testing for cognitive and educational concerns, such as ADHD, memory problems, and learning disorders. I see adolescents and adults for therapy and all ages for psychological testing.
(773) 466-8006
Chicago, Illinois 60657
“We all face times in our lives when our struggles, situations and emotions feel bigger than what we can handle on our own. It is my goal to help each individual understand more fully who they are and what is impeding their growth process. I utilize a psychodynamic perspective in therapy, seeking to both alleviate symptoms and understand what is below the surface of the symptoms in order to promote deep healing.
(312) 313-1518
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Shelly Gasper, Counselor  in Chicago
“Challenges in life are unavoidable, but I believe that with the right therapist in the right environment, people can move in a positive direction. My philosophy is to empower my clients and help them discover the tools they need to move them forward in a productive, beneficial way.
(773) 661-4680
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Alice M Bernstein, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Each person has unique experiences, expectations, and traits, so I use an integrated approach to psychotherapy that includes elements of cognitive behavior therapy, family theory, client centered counseling and psychodynamic therapy. My approach also takes into consideration physical factors that influence psychological functioning. In the past I have worked with individuals of various races, ethnicities, gender orientations, and religions. A sub-speciality is assisting creative individuals and students.
(773) 417-0616
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Laura Lee Anders, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“My specialty is related to the treatment I provide instead of focusing on a specific diagnosis. I provide the comprehensive care that comes from one clinician integrating both psychotherapy and medication treatments. Many psychiatrists no longer incorporate psychotherapy into their practice and have become specialists in medication management only. Modern medication is important in the treatment of psychiatric illnesses, but psychotherapy is a scientifically proven treatment as well. Studies indicate that patients treated with the combination of these two modalities show the most improvement. The one-clinician approach also provides the convenience of "one stop shopping".
(312) 698-3091
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Edward Goldfarb, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“Therapy can help you get relief from painful emotional symptoms and feel understood as a unique individual;you can usually achieve emotional freedom and improve your personal relationships.One can also became more productive at work and have more pleasure in life. Changing life long ways of coping that just are not working, and that are self destructive. I also tend to see patients who are at crossroad trying to deal with crises in their lives(divorce,losses,and problems in their love life). Therapy can also prevent the past from interfering with one's present life.
(312) 698-3435
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Karin Schroeder-Nothaft, Counselor  in Chicago
“The future depends on what you do in the present! Does anxiety, worry and stress control your personal and professional life? Take control back. Today you are one step closer to mental and emotional health and well-being. I provide distance counseling and coaching via phone, email and video conferencing to address the demand for flexible, effective, scientifically sound and convenient therapy. Due to a demanding career, busy lifestyle or other reasons it might be impossible for you to meet with a therapist in a traditional office setting during normal business hours. Online therapy can be a great solution.
(312) 818-4987
Chicago, Illinois 60661
Ashley Blake, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“We are capable of tremendous growth and change, but it takes work. In our sessions we will identify what is working and what you want to change. Together we focus on your strengths, creating a path to reach your goals and navigate the obstacles in a safe and non-judgmental space. I am an engaged and active participant in our sessions. Therapy is an active process, where together we explore what brings you to therapy, focusing on your strengths while we navigate the barriers to you being your authentic self.
(312) 756-0515
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Nicolas Warner, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe positive change is achieved by attaining insight into the origins of difficulties, by gaining self-awareness, and by learning new patterns of relating to oneself and others. My intention in my therapeutic work is to assist clients in highlighting and focusing on patterns of thought, feeling, and behavior that lead to difficulties in one's life and relationships. With increased awareness into underlying motivations, clients will be ideally positioned to make changes in their thoughts and resulting emotions, behaviors, and relationships. I tailor each client's treatment to specifically address their unique difficulties.
(773) 328-8074
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Maureen Rowley Barnett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
“I am interactive, relational and have a great respect for those who have the courage to ask for help. Most people contact me when feeling anxiety or depression due to life's challenges. My intent is to help you alleviate emotional distress as you access inner strength, identify options for change and implement a course of action. Though many of my clients are individuals I have a special interest in couple and family work.
(269) 409-1956
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Thora DevlescHoward, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am committed to coaching you towards a more fullfilling life. Counseling can help you embrace happiness, manage stress, boost joy in relationships, increase motivation, and unleash creativity. I tailor my approach to your unique goals, using cognitive, behavioral, and other motivational strategies. We will focus on your strengths and amplify them. I will coach you to implement the tools from positive psychology to help you thrive. Through the use of imagination and the discovery of new skills, we will identify solutions and reclaim a sense of control. I will demonstrate my personal values of kindness, courtesy, and mutual respect throughout counseling.
(312) 219-9274
Chicago, Illinois 60657
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