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Therapists in Chicago

Ndidi Onyejiaka, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I emphasize a dual approach toward addressing mental health and emotional needs of both new and existing clients. The first emphasis focuses on gaining an understanding of your concerns through a "talk therapy" and listening approach. We can talk together about the possibility of introducing medication to the initial treatment or continuing mental health treatment with medication amendment to your treatment plan. I treat individuals, couples, families, and groups of all ages. I am also fluent in Spanish and welcome Spanish-speaking clients.
(312) 614-0728
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Sara Brandt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MS, LMFT
“I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) with my Ph.D. and MS in Marriage and Family Therapy. That means I'm not a psychologist or a counselor as they focus on testing or individual intrapersonal issues. My training as an MFT is focused specifically with relationships. I might work with a couple, an individual trying to get out of an unhealthy relationship, a divorcing family, or someone having difficulty with a boss at work. I work like a coach, helping to set up a clear goal in the Initial Consultation and periodically checking progress.
(847) 513-9170
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Nneka E. Onyezia, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist providing therapy to children, adolescents, adults, and families. I have experience with a variety of conditions including anxiety and depression, behavioral problems and impulse control disorders, difficulties adjusting to major life changes and transitions, and issues related to identity and self esteem.
(872) 241-1233
Chicago, Illinois 60610
“People who seek psychotherapy feel stuck and stressed. Psychotherapy is an emotional learning process which takes place between a therapist and a client. Within this joint endeavor, the therapist's role is to actively listen and offer interpretations/suggestions. The client's role is to be as open as possible about his/her feelings and life situation and to engage with the therapist in a productive dialogue. The mutual goal is to facilitate the individual's self knowledge and arrive at a new understanding about the presenting problem, thereby freeing up the person to resolve the difficulty and become happier.
(773) 757-6493
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Batool Almoshelli, Counselor  in Chicago
“Behavioral and mood changes are often the first indicators of struggle with kids/teens. I specialize in working with kids, teens and young adults. I work in partnership with my clients to find the tools within them as means to improve their quality of life. I maintain a client-centered environment while utilizing strength based approaches to help clients overcome challenges they are currently experiencing as well as helping them develop tools for their future. I am a creative therapist who works to incorporate the best mode of treatment ranging from, cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy, and solution focused approaches.
(872) 241-1109
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Lauren Neaman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I enjoy working with adolescents and adults who are experiencing anxiety, panic, and/or obsessive compulsive symptoms. While anxiety is a universal emotion, at times it can feel overwhelming. Working in a collaborative, compassionate and symptom focused manner, I can help people learn to cope with anxiety in healthier ways. Through learning new cognitive and behavioral based skills, anxiety caused by intrusive/negative thoughts, compulsive behaviors, or uncomfortable physical symptoms can be alleviated.
(872) 395-1229
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Gina V Marra, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“I believe there is no such thing as an ideal client, as I also believe not one treatment modality or therapeutic model works for everyone. Having experience working with a huge variety of issues in an inpatient setting has really prepared me to work with a variety of life challenges. Although those who have substance use challenges tends to be my specialty, often I find working with the underlying issue is the foundation of a successful therapeutic alliance.
(773) 782-6902
Chicago, Illinois 60631
Domenico Aldo Carli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCPC
“Extreme stress and trauma experiences can lead to a lifetime of anger outbursts, low self-esteem, difficulty focusing, addiction, low work/school performance, strained relationships and other problems. For over 15 years I have counseled adults, families, and youth to recover their hope and potential after experiencing chaotic and abusive or neglectful childhoods. Many of those I have helped had been sexually abused or assaulted by family or friends. I have also successfully helped stressed out couples to better understand and support each other despite their histories of substance abuse, mental illness, and trauma exposure. If this sounds like your stressful childhood, I can help.
(773) 788-6542
Chicago, Illinois 60654
Michelle Lawton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CCTSW
“Beginning the process of finding a therapist can be overwhelming. I believe that those who start this process are very strong and resourceful. Often one seeks therapy when feeling sad, worried, or caught up in what may feel like a hopeless situation. Whether your concerns be relational, family, career, or adjusting to challenging life situations, I will tailor our work together to fit what works best for you. I have 10+ years experience working with individuals struggling with acute/chronic illness, substance abuse, and relationship challenges. My clinical practice blends approaches that are suited to your specific needs.
(312) 548-6481
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Deanna Cowling,   in Chicago
“My goal as your Career and Life Coach is to assist you on your unique journey with the various transitions in your life to achieve meaningful and manageable work-life balance. I take a holistic approach to helping individuals manage difficult life situations with an open worldview and non-judgmental outlook. Our work together is collaborative and goal-oriented, where you are the expert on yourself and I am assisting you with identifying personal sources of meaning, to then make plans to lead life according to those values. Also, I work primarily within an Existential framework.
(847) 423-8276
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Elise B Brooks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that every problem or life challenge offers an opportunity for growth and development. With the support of a positive and safe therapeutic relationship, you can find strength to address and overcome difficulties within your immediate family, in the workplace/school, with a present/past partner, and begin to feel a deeper sense of fulfillment, find or maintain more satisfying relationships, or begin to heal from a loss or crisis. With over 20 years experience as a psychotherapist, I have successfully helped adults, adolescents, and children develop more productive coping strategies, better communication skills, and a sense of resilience.
(773) 717-2973
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Sandi Langham, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe there is incredible potential and hope for each person to have a fulfilling and meaningful life, even despite challenges in a person's background or current stressful situation. Each person possesses the resources within themselves to create the change they desire. Counseling simply facilitates unlocking those resources as providing additional "tools" for desired change. I enjoy working with a variety of people and consider it a pleasure to listen, encourage, offer these additional tools to move closer to a person's desired goals, healing, and happiness.
(773) 649-1017
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Naomi Love, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Parenting can be one of the greatest joys that we experience. Throughout each day, we are responsible for making choices, both big and small, that impact our children and families. For many of us, challenges arise that we can manage on our own or with the support of extended family and our friends. But there are times and situations that come our way when we recognize that we need a different type of support. Seeking professional support to help manage these challenges can be a powerful tool in order to live a more balanced life.
(773) 770-8682
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Hillary Jennings, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LCPC
“We live in a culture where it's difficult to find a moment to ourselves. The fast pace of everyday life causes us to feel overwhelmed, and we lose balance. I can help you get it back. Having been in practice for 10 years and mastered work-life balance for myself, I am ideally suited to help you regain control of your life. I understand reaching out to a therapist can be scary. I work to create an open, judgement-free environment where you can feel comfortable and we will work on your problems together, one step at a time.
(312) 647-2033
Chicago, Illinois 60661
Christina Jackson-Bailey, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe that individuals go through challenges in life and often are faced with trying to cope with the decisions they choose to make. My goal is to assist clients with whatever they are facing and help them work through it. I believe in empowering the client to make the best decision for themselves. There is no such thing as a wrong decision but a new level of awareness and the ability to change the course of one's life. I encourage the client to express themselves in their own unique way while developing the desired person they envision.
(312) 646-4745
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Dacia J Harrold, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“My approach is grounded in a humble appreciation for how individuals work to create a way of life that is safe and enriching, based on an understanding that at times despite best efforts we can feel pain, sadness or anger or even wrestle with unwanted feelings or behaviors that we cannot quite name. Psychoanalytic psychotherapy can be helpful in that it allows one to incorporate a view of the past that can shed light on present struggles. It is based on the belief that we employ particular coping strategies to manage the challenges inherent in being a subject in the
(773) 598-5060
Chicago, Illinois 60642
Debra Pentangelo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT
“Often what brings people to therapy is the desire to change a pattern of behavior that no longer works in their best interest. Changing the way we handle certain areas of our lives can be a difficult process. Finding the right therapist for you is essential in making this change happen. Together we will explore what change you would like to move towards, and understand how your patterns developed over time.
(312) 324-3540
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Symmetry Counseling, Treatment Facility  in Chicago
“Welcome to Symmetry Counseling. We are a group of over 20 mental health professionals located in Chicago Loop and downtown Winnetka specializing in counseling, psychotherapy, and coaching for individuals, couples, and families. We chose the name Symmetry because the word evokes our goal to assist you in developing an ability to remain balanced and resilient under the forces of change.
(312) 698-3470
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Amy Freier, Counselor  in Chicago
“I offer specialized guidance to both couples and individuals in the areas of relational and sexual concerns. My clinical interests include increasing intimacy and sexual satisfaction, addressing desire discrepancies among couples, and premarital counseling, for which I serve as the lead facilitator in Enliven's ongoing Premarital Intensive offerings. I tend to the experiences of my clients as a guide to understanding and managing a number of relational issues, such as poor or lack of communication, transitional distress, relational impasses, anxiety, depression, and trauma.
(312) 257-3534 x3
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Jaime Henry-Juravic, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
“To seek therapy takes courage and curiosity. The process of therapy gives us the opportunity to explore the impact of the multiple systems with which we are connected- family, work, home, friends, community- in the context of an affirming relationship with the therapist. Through this process, we come to better understand how we have interacted with these systems over time, the strategies we have developed to navigate them successfully, and how these systems have impacted us, contributing to both opportunities and challenges.
(773) 904-0328 x607
Chicago, Illinois 60603
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