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Therapists in Prospect Heights

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Melissa A. Novak, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CST
“The therapeutic relationship is a safe place to explore, examine and assess where you are today versus where you want to be in future. Together, we will identify the challenges that keep you from living a more satisfying life and develop concrete plans and skills to address these obstacles. My approach is always collaborative, in which you are the expert of your own experience and strengths. I work with couples, teens and adults with a variety of issues such as depression, anxiety, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder, personality disorders and PTSD.
(773) 280-5287
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Denia Barrett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In my work with children, adolescents, parents, and adult clients, my approach is based on a belief that the pathway to emotional well-being is to be found in the rich innermost realm of an individual's feelings, needs, and wishes. When pleasure, success, and a sense of mastery are interfered with, whether in relationships, school, work, or activities, I believe that taking the time to understand the underlying reasons is the surest route to greater self-esteem and realizing one's full potential.
(312) 614-0851
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Julie Blackman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Evanston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Finding out who you are and how you operate in the world leads to better relationships and decisions about your future. The therapeutic relationship can be the vehicle to self-discovery. In a safe and nurturing environment, you can have the freedom to explore who you are and to repair what is keeping you stuck. Collaboration is the key to a good relationship which is why myself and my staff recognize the need to respect your pace during this process. Once you have self-awareness, you will be able to express yourself in a genuine way and make better choices.
(773) 717-2953
Evanston, Illinois 60201
Jennifer E Baker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“Let's work together to help you feel better. I have been providing therapy to adults and adolescents from diverse backgrounds in Chicago for 7 years. I have a BA from the University of Michigan and an MA in clinical social work from the University of Chicago, with advanced training in DBT, CBT, psychoanalysis, and trauma. I specialize in self esteem and self confidence, anxiety, depression, relationship to self and others, career changes/life transitions, and healing from various types of trauma, physical,verbal, and sexual abuse.
(847) 416-6106
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Katie Augustyn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Seeking therapy can be a difficult decision, but it can also be a decision that changes your life in positive ways. If you are experiencing difficult feelings, thoughts or behaviors, therapy can help you explore these issues and move forward with new, more adaptive coping skills. My goal as a therapist is to provide compassionate psychotherapy with a focus on fostering and developing my client's inherent strengths. I work to create a supportive, nurturing environment that will allow us to explore issues and negative patterns that may be getting in the way of a fulfilling and meaningful life.
(773) 355-4938
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Lee Wichman, Counselor  in Chicago
“With over fifteen years of experience, I provide culturally sensitive psychotherapy to individual adults and couples ages 18+. In a supportive setting, I strive to create a safe space where clients can focus on personal growth, self-integration, and positive change. I have experience working with issues of depression, anxiety, and various types of loss and bereavement. I also enjoy working with a fair amount of artists and performing artists who are seeking to increase their self-awareness, unblock their creativity and reach their full artistic potential.
(773) 530-3746
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Erin Owens, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC, ATR, MS, MA
“Are you going through major life events? Are you struggling to work through grief, trauma, anxiety, or other intense emotions, including questions about your identity? As an art therapist, I find the creative process is a mirror for life. I work collaboratively and from an integrative approach. I have a genuine curiosity for life and real strength in utilizing different resources to aid clients in making the most meaning and progress for themselves.
(312) 883-8746
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Alithea Wayer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In my therapy practice, I believe in an individualized treatment approach, realizing that all clients have varying needs and perspectives. These differences are always respected and acknowledged and as a result, my treatment focus is adaptive, utilizing various treatment models customized according to the individual qualities, needs and goals of each client. I maintain a strengths-based perspective on treatment and believe that every client has the potential to experience greater self-awareness, emotional healing and growth, and personal achievement.
(773) 840-7411
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Kevin Franke, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Chicago
“I start with a thorough assessment of your current concerns. I take a broad-minded, non-judgmental approach to understanding what you are looking for help with. I try to be helpful by offering feedback and new perspectives and insights. I understand that you have probably already attempted several ways to address your concerns and by now you are most likely frustrated and worried. I will take a proactive and positive approach to your participation by helping you identify your personal strengths and assets that you can then use to develop a new and better response to your concerns.
(312) 756-0573
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Psychotherapy4U, INC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Glenview
“I have a wide range of clinical experience with special focus on work with depression, couples, family difficulties, anxiety, and work-related problems. I am a bilingual (English & Korean) seasoned professional with more than ten years of experience working as a mental health professional. Also, I am a Certified Trauma Professional to serve individuals who experience a traumatic event. I combine my education and clinical experience to serve individuals, couples, and families as follows: * Anxiety & Depression * Marriage Counseling * Relationship conflicts * Parenting Skills Deficits * Behavioral Issues * Career Counseling *Biblically-based Counseling
(312) 756-0468
Glenview, Illinois 60026
Marie T Sahs, Counselor  in Chicago
“I work with adults, adolescents, children and couples who are struggling with emotional and/or cognitive issues which are interfering with their functioning and their happiness. Each client is unique so each person's treatment is tailored specifically for him/her. My first priority is to create a place and feeling of safety and comfort from which to explore and share - sometimes for the first time - your troubling or hurtful thoughts, emotions and experiences.
(773) 598-8202
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Robert Aber, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Effective psychotherapy helps people make meaningful changes that improve their lives. A good therapist should, first and foremost, be able to help you reduce the immediate distress that has pushed you to look for treatment. Once that initial relief is accomplished, the way is then cleared to focus on the bigger-picture of your life: your beliefs and feelings about yourself and others, your interpersonal style, the usual ways in which you protect yourself from getting hurt, the influence of your childhood experiences, and many other factors, all with the aim of facilitating lasting improvements in quality of life.
(312) 855-0310
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Cece Cornell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I begin a therapeutic dialogue and relationship with each person from a place of genuine interest about what makes them unique, as well as a deep acceptance and respect for their experience. From the safety of a trusting relationship we work together to relieve symptoms and explore day to day concerns that may interfere with well-being and life satisfaction. We also remain curious and notice non-verbal, body-based experience and patterns of interaction in therapy, and use that awareness to move safely forward into new possibilities for wholeness and health.
(312) 818-4982
Chicago, Illinois 60610
David deBoer, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Life is difficult even under the best of circumstances. You may be seeking therapy in order to overcome some blocks to important goals in your relationships or career. Oftentimes these blocks are the result of using ways of coping that once were essential in dealing with important figures and problems from earlier in life, but which now get in the way of positive and healthy emotional and interpersonal functioning. Therapy is an excellent way of using a helping relationship to identify these coping styles, and ultimately to develop more effective ways of relating to yourself and to others.
(773) 312-4384
Chicago, Illinois 60601
LifeWorks Psychotherapy Center, Psychologist  in Skokie
“I am a sex-positive therapist who welcomes people of diverse identities who are having difficulties in relationships, or experiencing depression or anxiety. Whether you are single, partnered, married, polyamorous or in an open relationship, you can discover what is right for you, make changes to your life, improve your relationships and develop a deeper understanding of yourself and others. I can help you recover from depression, trauma or loss, resolve conflicts, reduce worries and make sense of complex, long-standing or difficult issues.
(847) 906-2636
Skokie, Illinois 60077
Susan Sances, Psychologist  in Evanston
“My work as a therapist is focused on individual adults, as well as couples. I believe my relationship with my clients is the most important part of a successful treatment. This means that my style is interactive, but not directive. I will help you discover what you need using your present life circumstances, your developmental history, and your strengths as a person or a couple. It is also essential that I understand your cultural heritage, your community, and your values. Finally, I think that solutions are often a combination of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual elements that must be integrated.
(312) 854-2468
Evanston, Illinois 60202
Jill Narcisi, Psychologist  in Park Ridge
“You might be struggling with a painful relationship right now, feeling alternately drawn to and pulled apart from a particular someone. It may be a spouse, parent, sibling, child, friend, even co-worker. Or you might be involved in the often-difficult process of individuation, "growing up," sorting through who you are and who you want to be in the world, distinct from your roles as daughter/son, spouse, parent. My family-therapy skills have proven useful in healing relationship traumas such as abuse, affairs, or divorce, as well as with more general complaints of depression, anxiety, loneliness, and anger.
(847) 920-7716
Park Ridge, Illinois 60068
Ilyse Froy, Counselor  in Chicago
“You are not alone....therapy is a journey that helps you get an understanding of where you have been, and where you would like to be. It's a chance to start something new and trust in the power of new beginnings. I believe that everyone has the potential for greatness, and sometimes it's important to talk through issues that are preventing you from achieving your goals. Together we will find ways to better understand the road blocks that are preventing you from moving forward, and develop healthier coping strategies and behaviors that will achieve greater results for your new journey.
(773) 303-6531
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Michael Blumberg, Counselor  in Glenview
“Do you sometimes ask yourself why you are feeling anxious, nervous or sad? Do you ask yourself if other's feel this way, too? Does depression or anxiety stand in the way you want to live your life? Do you wonder if there is help out there? There is...
(847) 969-5539
Glenview, Illinois 60025
Wendy Charness, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Do you feel your life doesn't reflect the hopes and dreams you hold for yourself? Do your relationships lack the satisfaction and warmth you deserve? Do you feel out of sync, empty or lacking direction in your life? Do you have a medical condition that is hampering your emotional well-being? As your partner and guide, I can assist you to remove unhealthy patterns or blocks, heal unresolved pain and develop more constructive ways of coping. I can help you feel happier, more resilient in the face of life challenges, and develop stronger relationships to achieve your full potential.
(312) 548-9270
Chicago, Illinois 60611
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Prospect Heights have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Cook County, Illinois, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

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?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.