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Therapists in Prospect Heights

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Cynthia Doucette, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Skokie
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AM, LCSW
“I have 15 years of experience working with adolescents and young adults, and so specialize in those age groups. I also see adults and the families of many of the adolescents that I see. My client's presenting issues vary greatly, but include: depression, anxiety, problems with attention, behavioral issues, and issues of self-esteem. I believe that clients know themselves best and can best identify solutions to their problems. I am honored to help them facilitate that journey. As a yoga instructor I am interested in mindfulness techniques, especially as related to coping with anxiety and depression.
(847) 416-2891 x3
Skokie, Illinois 60077
Douglas G Cater, Counselor  in Hillside
“Angry, anxious, confused, or depressed because of relationship problems? Feel your partner never listens to you? Keep having the same old fights over and over? Imago Relationship Therapy is very helpful in RESTORING CONNECTION. As a Certified Imago Therapist I enable each partner to be heard and understood so the needs of each can be met. Usually couples experience some immediate relief from the pain of alienation and begin to rediscover the love that brought them together. If your spouse won't come for counseling, come alone! I also do individual therapy, including EMDR for trauma resolution..
(708) 232-0318
Hillside, Illinois 60162
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AM, LCSW
“I am passionate about working collaboratively with clients who are struggling to transform and move through their life experiences. In the last 12 years, I have assisted adolescents and adults who come to therapy with a range of challenges. Many have trauma and abuse histories, self-destructive behaviors, depression, negative relationships, engage in substance misuse, and feel stuck in old patterns of behaving that they wish to change. While many of our coping strategies and behaviors may have at one time been a reasonable response to life events, many people find these ways of coping no longer work for them.
(872) 243-2045
Chicago, Illinois 60607
Robert E Manrique, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"We fear things in proportion to our ignorance of them." - Christian Nevell Bovee. My unique approach begins with the focus of increasing my client's knowledge of the mind and brain. Given that our brains are built to change in response to experience, there is a new optimism regarding the brain's ability to remain flexible and to benefit from enriching environments throughout life. My goal is to help you uncover your true potential, and have full freedom, self-expression and a life you love.
(773) 245-0261
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Carrie Sandler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I believe that the therapy belongs foremost to the client. I join in a collaborative dialogue with my clients as an observer and interpreter. I believe the verbal sharing of experiences allows clients to hear themselves think and feel-gaining meaningful insights into who they are along the way. My goal is to create the safe and trusting relationship necessary to allow this process to unfold. There is no need to know why exactly treatment is being sought. The only need is a willingness to know the self better, and a belief that through a collaborative dialogue, change is possible.
(312) 970-0964
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Stephanie Evans, Counselor  in Chicago
“If you are ready to find ways to 'get back on track,' move through your grief, anxiety or depressive symptoms either long held or recent, I may be a good fit for you. I condier myself a good listener, kind, non-judgemental, and welcome you to come where you now are and see where you can go from here. I am ready to provide a safe space for you to explore new avenues of possibility. I believe a therapist is both a mirror and a window in the process of change.
(773) 669-6926
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Julie Blackman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Evanston
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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
Justine O'Donnell, Psychologist  in Evanston
“Learning to listen to, understand, and respond in healthy, adaptive ways to emotions are often central themes at the core of therapy for many individuals, as well as the path to a happier self. I am particularly experienced in working with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, and issues related to emotional regulation. I have nearly 20 years of experience in working with adolescents. I have additionally spent many years working with young adults and adults in universities, outpatient, and wilderness therapy settings. I have a specialty in adoption and attachment issues, helping people understand various challenges unique to adoption.
(312) 646-4005
Evanston, Illinois 60202
Pam Katz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Skokie
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My name is Pam Katz, and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I bring 18 years of experience helping people of all ages reduce their anxiety, cope with depression, and function in their daily routines. My clients describe me as caring, supportive, and nurturing. I specialize in Anxiety Disorders, OCD, Depression, Trichotillomania, School Refusal, ADHD, School Issues, Bullying Issues, and Social Skills Training. I also work with children with emotional and behavioral disorders, and collaborate with parents and schools to develop, implement, and maintain behavior plans. I provide parents with support and training to improve family life.
(773) 492-8554
Skokie, Illinois 60077
Diane M Miller, Counselor  in Chicago
“As a relational, depth oriented therapist, I view the struggles of life as opportunities for growth and transformation. I work with my clients to identify stuck places where long held defenses may be holding them back. We work toward releasing these patterns to allow for a healing connection to the wisdom and resources of the inner Self. I work well with individual adults who are looking for transformation and are motivated to change.
(847) 666-5534
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Kathleen Check, Counselor  in Chicago
“I believe we all have the ability to heal from life stressors and suffering. I use an integrative approach to draw upon each person's individual inner resources. I tailor the therapeutic experience to meet the unique needs of each person. I strive to create a safe, supportive, and understanding environment to openly explore and discuss issues, as well as working to facilitate growth and self-acceptance. It takes courage to seek counseling/therapy. I work to respectfully collaborate and to assist in gaining a deeper understanding, while also helping to identify solutions towards a more satisfying and fulfilling life.
(312) 701-0727
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Alexis Sharon, Counselor  in Chicago
“Are you in your 20's or 30's and struggling to move forward from a difficult break up or life change? Is this difficult time causing you to feel overwhelmed, confused, angry, or sad or unsure what you want to do next? I specialize in helping people like you through personal or relationship changes. I am able to help you through these difficult times by offering an caring and unbiased perspective. I believe that by focusing on your strengths we can work together to help you learn new ways to manage this life transition.
(248) 440-7637
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Amy Wu, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Skokie
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“As your therapist, I will be here to get to know you, support your unique strengths, and empower you as you work toward your goals. Therapy can be a deeply personal process, so you can expect me to be not only empathetic and compassionate, but also open and genuine to foster an atmosphere of collaboration and creativity. As a relational therapist, I will also explore the ways that your past and present relationships impact you, and help you connect with your community in a way that facilitates the change you wish to achieve.
(646) 846-6056
Skokie, Illinois 60077
Shabad Kaur Khalsa, Counselor  in Chicago
“Happiness is your birthright. Consider that my 25 years of professional experience integrating verbal psychotherapy, expressive arts therapy and yoga/meditation-based techniques may help make a difference in your life. This is especially effective for clients who are: extra-sensitive; hesitant to begin pharmaceutical treatment or motivated to transition out of taking a medication; experiencing treatment-resistant depression; or simply searching for a sense of purpose. Clients typically make long-term lifestyle changes that promote well-being and enjoy more satisfying relationships.
(773) 757-6632
Chicago, Illinois 60613
Josh Singh, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My name is Josh Singh and I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 13 years of experience. I work with individuals, couples, groups, and families at my practice in Hyde Park and work part time at the University of Chicago. I earned my PhD from DePaul University. I also completed training programs at University of Southern California and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. I meet with 10-15 clients per week and currently have openings. I enjoy working with people from all backgrounds, both those similar and those different from myself.
(773) 966-0303
Chicago, Illinois 60615
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Marriage & Family Therapist, DMin, LCPC
“I have 30 years of professional experience in working with couples, families and individuals. I have specialized in working with couples where abuse (physical, emotional or sexual) has been a significant factor in the past of one or both of the individuals. As a licensed marriage and family therapist I utilize a systems approach in dealing with both couples and individuals. I am direct and enjoy working with a wide range of clients. I do a significant amount of work with men and “male issues”.
(708) 406-2179 x14
Oak Forest, Illinois 60452
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
“Life is full of changes. At times the changes are unexpected and difficult to manage. At other times the change is not happening fast enough or the direction is not clear. Therapy can be the catalyst that redirects and improves the course of your life.
(708) 808-4273
Palos Heights, Illinois 60463
Geraldine K. Piorkowski, Psychologist  in Chicago
“As a therapist, I've had considerable experience working with a broad range of problems. In recent years, I have focused on relationship problems, especially romantic love, and have written two books, "Adult Children of Divorce: Confused Love Seekers," (Praeger, 2008) and "Too Close For Comfort: Exploring the Risks of Intimacy" (Perseus 2001), both of which explore problems with intimacy. The book on adults who grew up in divorced families examines the reasons these adults have difficulties with love relationships, while the ealier book looks at why intimacy in general is so fraught with pain and anxiety in today's world.
(773) 219-3124
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Rose Elias, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Therapy begins as a conversation and progresses into a relationship that serves as a base to explore present and past difficulties. My background in sociology pulls me towards inviting and hearing others' stories, engaging with one's lived experience and history. My focus on description and detail of the presenting problem aids others in understanding their experience further, and often this increased understanding serves to lessen pain and hurt.
(312) 360-1983
Chicago, Illinois 60604
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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.

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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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