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Therapists in Bartonville

Area auto widened to Peoria County - no Therapists were found in the city of Bartonville, IL.
Wisnu Meier, Counselor  in Peoria Heights
“Life is meant to be lived well yet it presents constant changes and challenges which can cause us to feel overwhelmed. Whether you are seeking relief from stress, depression and anxiety, trying to resolve some relationship issues, or understanding your children's concerns, counseling can help. If you have experienced a loss of any kind and would like take the journey toward recovery so you can experience joy again, counseling can help. With Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Mindfulness techniques and Writing for emotional healing, I will help you find the path to inner peace.
(309) 874-4875
Peoria Heights, Illinois 61616
Elliott Counseling Services, LLC, Counselor  in Peoria
“My philosophy towards therapy and, being a therapist,can be put this way.You can create positive change in your life. You can overcome difficult and even seemingly overwhelming obstacles. The first step is to believe that you are worthy of a better life no matter what the present situation tells you. The next step is to accept that, 'Life is a Journey'. I think there is incredible wisdom and hope in those words; a journey is on-going, and, life gives you opportunities to change as you choose! Sometimes we just need a little help figuring out how to start.
(309) 319-6958
Peoria, Illinois 61604
Mark A Craig, Counselor  in Peoria
“At some point in our lives, many if not most of us, will experience some sort of emotional pain or relational issue that we simply cannot work out on our own. This can lead to feelings of being stuck or even trapped. These feelings often create suffering and can damage those around us. At M. Craig Counseling Services, my non-judgmental and caring approach coupled with helping you live by your true values; creates an atmosphere that fosters growth and ultimately brings about the change that you want to see happen in your life.
(309) 226-5037
Peoria, Illinois 61615
Sharon Mindock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Peoria
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCPC, LSW
“Has life become overwhelming to you? Is it difficult for you to make it through the day? Are you experiencing relationship issues or having problems at work? With over twenty-five years experience in treating issues such as anxiety, depression, grief or trauma, I have helped people just like you to experience a more joy-filled life. Using a positive, strength-based approach, I believe I offer each individual with whom I work creative strategies for HOPE, HEALTH and HEALING!
(309) 228-4086
Peoria, Illinois 61614
Curt Meiss, Counselor  in Peoria
“When feeling overwhelmed and powerless, it's easy to get discouraged. I find great joy and purpose in meeting people right where they are at, listening and understanding, and then helping them to navigate a path of healing, hope, and growth. With a background in education, over 17 years working at a major corporation, a wife and four children, and over five years of counseling experience helping a wide variety of individuals and families in overcoming a wide variety of obstacles, I am ready to assist you with whatever feels overwhelming in your life. Let's get started.
(309) 807-1730
Peoria, Illinois 61614
COPE Counseling Services, LLC, Counselor  in Peoria Heights
“I developed COPE Counseling Services because I found that people needed a safe and relaxing place to COPE with life's difficult moments. My clients say they immediately start relaxing when they enter the door. I work with individuals, couples (married or not), and families to help them feel good again. Sometimes individuals, couples and parents come as a last resort and they find hope. Teens gain confidence and improve behavior. Individuals experience relief from emotional pain. Marriages are improved. Clients say I help them gain more strength, renew their hope, and find happiness again. Let's get started today!
(309) 832-4668
Peoria Heights, Illinois 61616
Wendy Alleen Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Peoria
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"I am a firm believer in finding balance between feelings, thoughts, beliefs, and actions. Sometimes what we are dealing with is simply present day stress, needing a safe environment to process and get feedback. Other times events from our past dictate our reactions to today's experiences. This leads to giving our power away and continuing to suffer. I practice cognitive behavioral therapy, as well as other approaches when indicated, always focusing on the client's goals. I am focused on respectful approaches to teaching tools that allow each client's efforts to result in positive impacts throughout their lives."
(309) 244-4152
Peoria, Illinois 61615
Ogburn Counseling Services, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Peoria
“I believe that my primary responsibility is to help you discover your strengths, your truths, and your desires. I do this by providing feedback, guidance, encouragement, and support. We will explore and identify your needs and determine the most healthy, appropriate ways for you to get those needs met. We will also spend time developing coping techniques that you will use to enhance your abilities to deal with the life stressors and issues that are troubling you. I believe that you have the answers within you -- and I am here to help you discover them.
(309) 533-7942
Peoria, Illinois 61614
Joy Miller & Associates:  Counseling and Wellness, Counselor  in Peoria
“A Proven Tradition of Excellence in Counseling and Wellness
(309) 733-4723
Peoria, Illinois 61614
Arin Elizabeth Salisbury, Counselor  in Peoria
“I believe each person has within them the power and skills needed to make changes and succeed in life. My goal as a therapist is to meet clients where they are, build on the strengths they already possess, and develop strategies to help cope with life's ups and downs more effectively. I strive to create a warm and supportive environment where clients feel free of judgement and comfortable sharing and working toward their personal goals.
(309) 468-4639
Peoria, Illinois 61614
“It is my life's work to help those who feel they are in need of direction and increase self-awareness. I believe that the answer lies within each of us and sometimes we need someone who is removed from the situation to help find the answers.
(309) 222-8352
Peoria Heights, Illinois 61616
Bradley S. Sears, Counselor  in Peoria
“I provide ethical, innovative, and efficacious psychotherapy for individuals, couples, families, and groups in Central Illinois. My approach is friendly, interactive, and affirming of your personal background and cultural history. To begin with we seek to clarify your concerns, understand the impact of personal history, develop strategies for the resolution of symptoms, and identify ways to measure growth and change. I treat anxiety and depression, and I am particularly interested in the clinical application of Mindfulness to alleviate emotional suffering and to foster growth and healing. My office is located at Junction City. Please visit bradleytherapy.com for more information.
(309) 822-4381
Peoria, Illinois 61614
Beth Dean, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Peoria
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"Why does anybody tell a story? It does indeed have something to do with faith. Faith that the universe has meaning, that our little human lives are not irrelevant, that what we choose or say or do matters, matters cosmically." L'Engle Join me in telling your story and we'll narrate your current stressors into a more meaningful life. I offer calm and focus as I engage clients and address their issues. Historically, I provided seven years of bereavement counseling. During that time I comprehended the nature of grief present in life's transitions in adjusting our expectations of ourselves and relationships.
(309) 740-2199
Peoria, Illinois 61614
Heidi A Hillman Pompe, Counselor  in Peoria
“My years of experience working with individuals and families and the practice of being a mom has provided me with a firm belief that YOU are the expert in your life and my role is to be the temporary "outside" help that will empower you toward practical and healthy solutions.
(309) 539-4206
Peoria, Illinois 61614
Jodi Knox-Holub, Counselor  in Peoria
“Our life experiences shape who we are and sometimes those experiences can be painful. The thoughts and feelings we have about those experiences shape our beliefs. My job as a therapist is to partner with you to discover how your thoughts and feelings shape your behavior. I believe that all behavior serves as a function for us and when we understand the function we can change our negative behaviors to positive behaviors.
(309) 533-7980
Peoria, Illinois 61614
Betty Elizabeth K Eugea, Counselor  in Peoria
“With over 25 years of work in the counseling field, compassionate understanding and my own life hardships, I provide a safe place as you face the important issues in your life . My focus on Women's Issues allows me the privilege to assist and support women in vulnerable areas of needed change. I also counsel with individuals, couples, marriages, families, children, adolescents, college age, adults, and seniors. Issues include: ADHD, depression, anxiety, OCD, codependency, Adult Children of Alcoholics, couple/marital issues, grief, young adult struggles, veterans, victims of abuse, and childhood issues.
(309) 329-3533
Peoria, Illinois 61614
Jaimee York, Counselor  in Peoria
“With life's many challenges there are opportunities for growth. Sometimes we need guidance, understanding, compassion, and encouragement to develop skills to find balance in our lives. I understand the need for safety and stability to move forward in life. Let me help you find your inner strength and realize your potential. We cannot change what has happened, but we can choose our paths for the future. Whether you are experiencing difficulties related to the past, present, or have concerns for the future, together we can develop a plan to meet your needs.
(309) 832-0426
Peoria, Illinois 61604
Elizabeth Garner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Peoria
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My skills allow me to assist people who have difficulty with their emotions in an effective manner. I have worked for 30+ years with a variety of client groups that include persons with depression and anxiety as well as grief issues. I also have extensive experience working with families and couples.
(309) 379-8189
Peoria, Illinois 61614
Lisa Schwab, Counselor  in Peoria
“Life can be hard, painful, confusing, scary, and challenging. Life can also be beautiful, fulfilling, happy, and exciting. Events or circumstances can happen that leave us reeling with grief, disbelief, uncertainty, fear, insecurity, and much more. We may hold on to false beliefs about our self worth, negative thoughts that tear us apart at the core, relationships that are toxic, and behaviors that are destructive. All in an attempt to somehow alleviate how we are feeling. My job is to partner with you in discovering your path towards wholeness and healing and to empower you to move forward confidently.
(309) 228-4676
Peoria, Illinois 61614
Sonya Brown Bolden, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Peoria
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I've enjoyed working with women, adolescents, and children. My experiences are in wellness, mental health, HIV/AIDS, women and minority issues, and fostering positive self-esteem to young women. I will work with you developing solutions while carefully providing quality listening and attentiveness to your concerns.
(309) 628-0024
Peoria, Illinois 61614

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Bartonville have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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

How to find a specialist?
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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.
How to use my insurance?
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