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Anxiety Therapists in Oak%2blawn
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Michael C May, Counselor  in Chicago
“Do you feel as though high levels of stress, worry, or anxiety are keeping you from connecting with others or living your life in a valued and meaningful way? Are you finding yourself straining under the requirements of a high-stress or fast-paced career? At some point, we all will encounter difficult experiences or life transitions that can often create a lot of undesirable thoughts, poor self-confidence, and a discouraging lack of motivation. Psychotherapy can help you navigate these difficult thoughts and feelings and reclaim a life of value, meaning, and vitality.
(773) 717-5116
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Matt McDonald, Counselor  in Hoffman Estates
“No, I don't think you are the same as anyone else. I don't think I have all the answers. I don't even know you yet. What I do know, is that I am willing to work with you to change the course of the next chapter of your life. I know that I truly appreciate the uniqueness of your life story. I know I want to help you meet YOUR goals, not the goals someone else has for you. I know that together we could create something different if you are tired of every day being the same.
(847) 913-0393 x115
Guided Path Psychological Services, LLC, Counselor  in Palatine
“I am here to assist you so that you can feel more confident, less anxious, more hopeful and ready to make some changes in your life. In therapy, I provide a non-judgmental and supportive space of warmth, respect, and understanding. My objective is to discover what has kept you from living the life you deserve and provide you the support and tools necessary to reach your goals. Allow me to show you how simple changes in the way you think and feel can open up possibilities in your life and help you move towards wholeness.
(847) 416-1861
Palatine, Illinois 60074
Judith S. Tellerman, Psychologist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, MAT, MEd, PhD, ABPP, FAAGP
“I have a deep gratitude for all the patients I've known whose lives have been transformed. That's what makes it all worthwhile. My approach to psychotherapy is collaborative. We work together and as soon as I have a realization that I think can help you I will share it with you so we can use it to move forward. We draw from creativity, science, spirit and all of our mutual resources to succeed. Speaking about yourself opens up new pathways in your mind. Progress and change can then happen at any age and I'm there to see that it does.
(773) 219-2070
Chicago, Illinois 60614
“Do you avoid social events, experience worry or fear, sometimes expecting the worst even where there's no apparent reason? If you answered yes, you may be experiencing anxiety. Do you feel sad, hopeless, discourage, or disinterest with life? If you have difficulties functioning in your daily life due to this, you may be experiencing depression. There is effective help for anxiety and depression, and you're not alone. My goal as a therapist is to walk with you through your journey, and encourage you to gain a fuller understanding of yourself. Transformation occurs when one is willing and ready.
(872) 241-1008
Chicago, Illinois 60640
“Do you ever feel sad or alone and can't figure out why? Or perhaps something did happen, and you're having a tough time accepting and moving forward. Do you get easily frustrated, annoyed, or angry? Are you finding that while in your younger days you had lots of friends, but are now wondering where everyone has gone? I work with busy adults who are struggling with these types of issues, and want to talk to someone neutral to look within themselves to find the strength and tools to feel better and live happier.
(847) 961-4095
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Bridget Jordan Levy, Counselor  in Chicago
“I work with adults and couples experiencing anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, loss, communication difficulties and relationship issues. I often find clients are looking for strategies to help cope, grieve or alter their perspective about themselves, their lives and/or others. I believe one of the key components to successful therapy is to foster a strong therapeutic alliance. I strive to create this alliance through having compassion, empathy and respect for my clients and by tailoring my clinical approaches to meet the unique needs of each client.
(888) 726-7170 x504
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Dustin Walter Morici, Counselor  in Chicago
“Dustin Morici is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and provisionally certified by the Association of Applied Sports Psychology. He graduated with his Masters degree in Counseling Sport and Health Psychology at the Adler School of Professional Psychology. His clinical training included working with students dealing with depression, anxiety, adjustment, and acculturation issues. In sports settings Dustin has worked with teams and individuals to improving cohesion and mental skills in a variety of sports including triathlon, basketball, tennis, cycling, and swimming. Trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, he also utilizes the holistic lenses of Adlerian Psychology.
(312) 948-9887
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Tom Undine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Therapy is as valuable as the change and growth it produces. We will get to the bottom of what causes your difficult and pervasive feelings and thoughts. I have had the opportunity to help many men and women deal with overwhelming emotions, racing thoughts, anxiety, anger, despair and depression.
(773) 717-2920
Chicago, Illinois 60605
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.
(312) 548-8751
Chicago, Illinois 60661
Sarah Sheets, Counselor  in Palos Heights
“Life presents many challenges that can leave us feeling overwhelmed, alone, and at times hopeless. Therapy can help you change your life. I possess a compassionate and empowering treatment approach and will collaborate with you to identify and achieve YOUR desired goals. I believe in utilizing a holistic approach to psychotherapy and thus will address each individual's mind, body, and spirit in order to assist them in achieving optimal health and happiness. I will draw upon my experience of utilizing a variety of treatment approaches to select those that are best suited to meet your needs.
(708) 571-0749 x3
Palos Heights, Illinois 60463
Navé Sands, Counselor  in Chicago
“Hi! I offer counseling to adults, adolescents, children and families. My specialty areas are anxiety, stress management, relationship conflict, grief and lost, wellness, trauma, and career challenges. I believe everyone wants to become their best self. The path towards self-actualization is individually unique. Through effective counseling techniques, setting goals, coaching and working with the individual natural strengths and talents the path becomes much clearer and possible.
(774) 257-6079
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Terry Neary, Psychologist  in Schaumburg
“CONNECTING. I try to build a connection with people that helps develop understanding, support, & solutions. I strive to give clients the combination of both caring & competence.
(847) 416-6835
Schaumburg, Illinois 60173
Cara Miller  in Chicago
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in working with older adolescents and adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, effects of trauma, personality disorders, relational issues, and addictions. I have a strong background in cognitive-behavioral therapy and promote a mindful, strength based interactive approach to therapy. I come from a relational approach which promotes a warm and safe environment in which my clients can feel comfortable to engage in self-exploration and work to achieve personal growth.
(872) 241-1162
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Greg Crisenbery, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I have focused on providing psychotherapy to couples and individuals in Chicago, Evanston & Skokie since 1996. My professional experience is grounded in helping others cope with depression, anxiety, trauma, and relationship issues. My undergraduate degree is from the University of Michigan and my doctorate from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. Before entering private practice, I worked at the North Chicago VAMC, Uhlich Children's Home, hospitals, and nursing facilities. I try to maintain a balanced approach using an individual blend of theory and insight, practical applications, and humor. This can include discussions of physical, emotional, mental, and metaphysical wellbeing.
(773) 417-0417 x3
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Nicole L Guther-Rogowski, Counselor  in Arlington Heights
“I believe that every individual has the ability to achieve their personal goals and live the life they aspire to lead. Often individuals find themselves in a situation that has them stuck in one place, I can help you move forward. I help my clients identify the challenges that are preventing them from achieving their goals, help create a unique and specific plan for each individual, and assist with any obstacles that might get in the way. Committing to change can be challenging, but you do not have to do it alone.
(847) 737-7767
Laura Jansons, Psychologist  in Arlington Heights
“Welcome to my practice. As a professional, I strive to provide a safe, confidential experience for my clients. I understand that people are looking for value. They want effective service as well as compassion. I treat people who are looking for fulfillment in life regardless of clinical "diagnosis" though I am effective with depression, anxiety, trauma, OCD, panic, stress, anger, passivity, and addictions. I help clients pursue positivitity and empowerment. I provide neuropsychological testing for learning, memory and attention deficits. I specialize in assessment of ADHD, Aspergers, and Autism.
(224) 545-5330
Alan M Jaffe, Psychologist  in Chicago
“A good fit between therapist and patient is an essential ingredient in forming an effective working alliance, assuming the therapist has strong academic credentials. The only way to determine that two people can work together is to meet. That is why I encourage patients to shop until they find the right connection. There should be no charge for an initial consultation to evaluate this. If after a visit it doesn't feel like a good fit, I will help you find someone who is.
(773) 280-7661
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Kathy Bingham, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I provide therapy to clients who are struggling with anxiety, depression, and grief, as well as dissatisfaction with careers or relationships. I also see clients who have experienced trauma or a major loss and are trying to work through these experiences as we make sense of them together. This work includes building coping strategies and working through painful past experiences toward eventual transformation which is realized in more satisfying relationships and careers. Other areas often addressed include balancing career and family, parenting issues, and life transitions related to career, change in marital status, or transition from school to career. Clients are seen by appointment.
(312) 251-1440
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Ryan J Higgins, Counselor  in Chicago
“Therapy can help by addressing the need for support, develop a deeper understanding of ourselves, and begin to build personal resilience to facilitate positive changes. Recognizing that life isn't going as planned and taking the first step by asking for help takes courage. My work with you, your adolescent, or family focuses on finding understanding of and solutions to the problems that are currently being experienced.
(312) 360-1983 x3
Chicago, Illinois 60604
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Anxiety (Fears, Phobia) Therapists
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