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Therapists in Alsip

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Jacques A. Gourguechon, Counselor  in Chicago
“Prior to becoming a counselor and therapist, I spent thirty years as a businessman, husband and father. This life experience gives me perspective on the chioces and transtitions that people face in their professional and personal lives as the two are so often entertwined. I offer therapy, coaching and career support for people in life transitions. I work with adolescents and emerging adults and have special experience working with professional men over fifty. In times of stress around life transitions, relationships often suffer. Counseling for the individual, couple or family can help.
(312) 985-9222
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Anne Brennan Malec, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD, LMFT
“Well trained in proven therapeutic techniques, the therapists at Symmetry Counseling adopt a direct, engaged, and active approach. Navigating life’s challenges often entails acquiring new skills. These can be learned and implemented during the course of therapy. Our therapists provide a supportive, empathetic, and hopeful environment. Sessions revolve around pragmatic approaches to strategically address and resolve issues clients bring to therapy. We help you identify problems, understand why past efforts at addressing these problems may have been ineffective, and then develop alternative solutions. We are goal-directed and client-centered clinicians, measuring with you our results throughout the therapy process.
(773) 234-5978
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Bernada Nicole Baker, Psychologist  in Westchester
“Are you struggling to manage your emotions? Are you feeling overwhelmed by the day to day responsibilities of life? Do you find yourself feeling sad and are having challenges coping? Are you seeking assistance with navigating through your journey of life? Are you having difficulty coping with the loss of a loved one? Do you need guidance on your academic or career endeavors? Are you searching for your purpose in life? I specialize in Pastoral Counseling, Life Coaching, Anger Management, Attention Disorders, Depression & Bipolar Disorders, Social/Emotional Development, Conflict Resolution, Depression, Grief/Loss, Self Esteem Issues & Academic Advising and Career Counseling.
(708) 223-8405
Westchester, Illinois 60154
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.
(773) 312-7447
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Smith Psychotherapy Associates, S.C., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Niles
“If you are facing health problems, personal challenges, or your marriage is in trouble, we can work together to help you transform your challenges into solutions. Explore your life stressors, health, or relationship concerns in a private comfortable atmosphere. I will listen to you with sensitivity, and will validate your feelings while offering new ideas and possibilities to your circumstances.
(847) 242-8895
Niles, Illinois 60714
Tracey Adams, Counselor  in South Holland
“Knowledge of self is the core of complete education. My role of facilitator is to recognize and identify your "gifts" (interests, talents, motivations etc.) so that you can apply your knowledge of self on your life journey. I am culturally sensitive and have worked with diverse populations across various ages, cultural groups and orientations. I have utilized psychotherapy for 10+ years as a means to reduce/eliminate numerous disorders (such as Depression, Anxiety, etc.).
(708) 251-1315
South Holland, Illinois 60473
Virginia Wyatt Wharton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“In therapy, I invite you to listen to and develop the wisdom of your mind, body, and spirit. As a team, we will find the strength to face and approach the troubles at hand. I bring to the table my experience helping teens, adults, families, and couples of diverse cultural backgrounds with relationship issues, trauma, intrusive memories, gender and identity issues, depression, grief, and chronic illness. My hope is that you may live a more peaceful, balanced, and meaningful life when given the opportunity to nurture your own inner resources.
(312) 800-1446
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Nicole Varley, Counselor  in Orland Park
“I have 17 years of experience working with children and families. I have assisted clients who are struggling with a variety of issues, from anxiety and depression to anger management and parent child conflict. I provide a safe environment to facilitate trust. My goal is to build on client's stengths and give them skills to enhance their functioning and improve relationships in all settings.
(708) 546-4168
Orland Park, Illinois 60462
Deb Wojcik, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Northbrook
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I offer comfort, counsel and clarity to individuals and families facing medical illness, grief, loss and bereavement, and/or life transitions. Companioning folks on these journeys allows me to help them to lessen their sense of isolation, to help identify and utilize their strengths, and to manage difficult emotions. Frequently, clients are overwhelmed and need help sorting through stressful feelings and situations, and once that has been accomplished, much progress is made. In life transitions,identifying and experiencing the emotions and then re-establishing a life-plan are often the primary goals, crafted to the client's unique needs.
(312) 380-0766
Northbrook, Illinois 60062
Mandana Toosi, Counselor  in Chicago
“I try to provide a therapeutic relationship that meets the individual's needs. My goal is to allow the individual to truly explore themselves without the fear of being judged. I would describe myself as warm, empathic and accepting. I value meeting people "wherever they are" rather than placing expectations on them. I find this helps people remain open, and create a path to improving relationships.
(312) 651-6966 x702
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Kourosh Dini, MD, Ltd., Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I offer work in helping others with relationships, work, and an understanding of themselves. Clients with whom I work are often creative and interested in becoming productive while finding richness in their lives.
(312) 544-0676
Chicago, Illinois 60603
McGowan Family Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“Being a parent can drive the best of us to our wit's end. I can help by empowering you and your family. With over a decade of experience as a psychotherapist and having served more than 500 adolescents in middle school and high school settings, I will help your child by quickly building rapport and trust and by using action-oriented and goal-focused therapy. Here are my qualifications: University of Notre Dame-Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa; University of Chicago-Master's Degree in Social Work, the Chancellor's List.
(312) 614-0849
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Joseph Shoshana, Psychologist  in Arlington Heights
“I have been in private practice for 18 years and have treated thousands of clients including individuals, families, children and adults. People often come in seeking relief from a range of struggles including depression, anxiety, ADHD, and family conflicts. Through my work with many families I began to also address issues of parenting and family dynamics as well as children and adolescents facing a variety of disorders, self-esteem issues, and acting out behaviors. Over the span of my career I have also treated substance abuse, bipolar, psychotic and personality disorders.
(847) 457-4046
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.
(708) 695-8788
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Susan L Adler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in River Forest
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“Feeling stuck? Former Chicago Social Worker of the Year (National Association of Social Workers). Published, award-winning author in the field. 25 yrs experience. English/Spanish.AAMFT clinical member/supervisor. Respectful, skilled, organized, friendly, approachable. Model based approach. Male/female; gay/lesbian. Goal based, non-pathologizing strength-based model. Highly recommended as humanistic, safe, therapist/supervisor. Workshops/training/consultation/training /supervision (LCSW,AAMFT):"How To Improve Your Marriage," "Thriving as a Working Mother," "Sexual Abuse Treatment/Prevention" "Child Abuse Treatment/Prevention" "Family Systems," "Life Coaching," "Postpartum Depression: Treatment/Prevention," "Latinas-Postpartum Depression: Treatment/Prevention."
(708) 771-4636
River Forest, Illinois 60305
Gary Walls, PhD, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I help people who are suffering from depression, anxiety, relationship problems, loneliness, and many other symptoms. Sometimes people find themselves stuck in self-defeating patterns of living, feeling unfulfilled, unable to be happy in a relationship or job, or to leave it. Some people experience low self-esteem, social anxiety, and difficulty in pursuing the activities or relationships that they desire. Eating disorders, trauma, grief issues and self-harm are also problems I have experience helping people to change.
(312) 257-3617
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Karrie Kindl-Valdez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MEd
“My practice is multicultural, multilingual (Japanese, Spanish, and English), and multidisciplinary (as a former teacher). My approach is flexible and practical. I work with clients to identify major issues and develop treatment goals. Clients are empowered through access to reliable psycho-educational tools and materials to better prepare them to advocate for themselves and others. We then work together to (1) develop individual coping skills, and (2) cultivate social/environmental supports (e.g., linkage to support groups, strengthening of community or family ties). My goal is to enable clients to resolve issues/manage symptoms independently (without professional help) in future.
(847) 920-7849
Chicago, Illinois 60626
Tyler Fortman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Dr. Fortman serves as clinical faculty at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, staff psychologist at the Center on Halsted, and private practitioner/owner of Tandem Psychology LLC. A member of the Sexual Orientation and Gender Institute (SOGI), he provides supervision to graduate students. He trained at The Ohio State University, University of Virginia, and Sarah Lawrence College and has worked in hospitals, college counseling centers, public schools, and community mental health centers. Dr. Fortman is experienced in helping people who are struggling with relationship difficulties, anxiety & depression, low self esteem, LGBT related issues, grief, abuse & neglect, and trauma.
(312) 828-9420
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Janelle DiMichele, LCSW & Associates, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Des Plaines
“I am primarily a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (CBT) using these techniques to address clients depression, anxiety and other mood disorders. I have been in private practice for over 10 years and work from a strengths based perspective. I believe in each clients ability to change and I enjoy working with people to help them achieve their goals.
(847) 920-4878 x1
Des Plaines, Illinois 60016
Amy Steinhauer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Evanston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AM, LCSW, ACSW, CST
“I am an experienced therapist providing specialist care in the areas of (certified) sex therapy, couple/relationship therapy, and trauma treatment, including sex therapy for trauma survivors. I draw from several approaches to therapy, depending on the needs of my clients. But what centrally defines my approach is the relational perspective. I have come to value relationships as integrally important to healing: partner, family, and friend relationships, as well as a good quality therapeutic relationship. My approach is active, direct, and empathic. I understand that coming to therapy is a vulnerable experience, and I will be in it with you.
(847) 986-0379
Evanston, Illinois 60201
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Alsip have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Alsip you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Alsip and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Alsip or family therapy in Alsip.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
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