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Therapists in Prospect Heights

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Michael Pollard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Palatine
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“I bring 15 plus years of professional experience to all my clients. I take seriously their issues, problems and struggles. I listen with a caring heart and respect my clients and their views. I offer hope to those who struggle with pain and am honored to walk with them in part of their life journey. My couseling approach is supportive, thoughtful and gently challenging. My specialties include working with those who are struggling with panic/anxiety, the darkness of depression and those fighting compulsive sexual behaviors. I also assist couples and families with communication, decision making and step family issues.
(847) 920-7680
Palatine, Illinois 60067
Michael Villarreal, Counselor  in Palatine
“My name is Michael and I am fluent in both ENGLISH and SPANISH. I also am an expert in racial, ethnic, gender and sexual diversity. I have been described as caring, understanding, insightful and respectful. For over 8 years I have assisted adults, adolescents, children, families and couples during some of the most difficult times in their lives. If you would like more out of life, let's find out what has got in your way, held you back, and discover ways to get you back on track. It has happened for others. Why wouldn't it happen for you?
(847) 423-8215 x1
Palatine, Illinois 60074
Edward Kirkham Rhodes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCPC
“Stories have always fascinated me. They have the power to move us emotionally, to educate and instruct, to entertain us, and to cultivate true compassion and empathy through the act of sharing a story with another. They are also a powerful vehicle for how we perceive, interpret, define and live our lives, yet sometimes it can be easy to forget that we can be the authors of our story, not just a character proceeding along some previously determined narrative.
(312) 313-0272
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Allison Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I strongly believe in people's capacity for positive change. I apply this to my work with children, families, and individuals striving to improve their relationships with themselves and those around them.
(773) 831-4234
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Samra Cheema, Counselor  in Wilmette
“Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. My goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
(312) 548-7631
Wilmette, Illinois 60091
“My goal is to provide a supportive environment that allows the client to be heard, to recognize and address unhealthy patterns and to work through emotions, thoughts and behaviors which are impacting their life. I have found that developing and maintaining a postive, trust based relationship is the most effective tool in assisting clients in addressing their life challenges and finding new ways to address these challenges. For each client, the means to do so is unique to them and thus requires assisting the client to identify and utilize their strengths to work towards improved emotional, behavioral and personal health.
(708) 752-4986
Oak Park, Illinois 60302
Dave Howser, Counselor  in Chicago
“For over 20 years, I have felt honored to accompany others on their journey towards greater self-awareness, healing, and more fulfilling relationships. While working together to explore the needs and challenges of maintaining sound emotional, physical and spiritual health, many issues often come to the center of attention. My experience is particularly helpful when working with issues including self-esteem, depression, grief and loss, relationship struggles, and faith and spiritual development. My clinical work draws upon skills developed while working as a hospital chaplain, pastoral counselor, bereavement counselor, youth counselor and a mental health therapist in a social service agency.
(773) 450-3395
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Kimberly A Sharky, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CST
“My practice is focused on helping individuals and couples create the most fulfilling lives and relationships possible. I specialize in the confidential treatment of intimacy and sexual concerns and have extensive training and experience in resolving common complaints, such as sexual boredom in relationships, desire discrepancy between partners, arousal and orgasmic difficulties, painful intercourse, and challenges related to residual effects of past abuse. I have worked with clients from all backgrounds, and take great care to respect and value each couple's perspective, helping them to develop and nurture a sense of intimacy and sexuality that is right for them.
(773) 757-6805
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Kathleen Pendergast, Counselor  in Chicago
“When beginning the counseling process, I take a integrative approach that includes Solution-Focused, Client-Centered, & Cognitive-Behavioral techniques. This means, I regard the relationship with you, the client, as the most important aspect of therapy. My goal is to provide you with an emotionally safe environment where you feel comfortable exploring your biggest challenges, whether they are how to manage overwhelming emotions such as anxiety or depression, learning to recognize & fight unhealthy patterns in your life & relationships, or confronting past trauma or abuse.
(630) 812-1336
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Betsy Nettleton, Psychologist  in Chicago
“The choice to begin therapy is rarely easy. I know how difficult it can be to open up to another person about feelings of depression, anxiety, anger, guilt, relationship concerns, loss and shame. I know it takes courage and vulnerability to talk about problems out loud and make them "real." In our therapy, we will go at your pace. We will carefully and gently explore both your current problems as well as the deeper, underlying patterns that contribute to your emotional struggles and keep you stuck and unfulfilled.
(312) 257-3571
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Lauren Freier, Counselor  in Chicago
“I specialize in working with millennials who face transitions in work, dating & relationships, and personal identity. My clinical expertise also includes the treatment of trauma, with a focus on child abuse and neglect, sexual abuse, and relationship/domestic violence. I provide compassionate guidance to those seeking greater balance, self-acceptance, and skills to manage life stress and personal challenges. I truly believe that therapy is for everyone, and welcome all seeking guidance toward a deeper self-understanding.
(312) 854-2296
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Salimah N Turner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oak Park
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW). I have provided counseling in a variety of settings including private practice, in-home, hospital inpatient / outpatient psychiatry and various community environments. I am skilled in working with children, adolescents, adults and families. I enjoy all things mental health and I have committed myself to helping to erase the negative stigma associated with counseling one person at a time.
(708) 813-2703
Oak Park, Illinois 60301
Mary and Tom Leo Associates, Inc,   in Chicago
“Mary and Tom Leo Associates, Inc. has over 35 years experience providing counseling for children and families throughout the Chicagoland area. A newly developed child management program assist families behavioral issues. Our behavior modification experts can be the "Nanny 911" for parents struggling with their children's misbehaviors. MTLA also provides supervised or observational visitation monitored exchanges using a model of service provision that is designed for neutrality, safety, structure, and consistency. A therapist known as a Child Visitation Advocate (CVA) works with a parent (s) and child (ren) to guide interactions in areas such as bonding and nurturing techniques, child development and attachment.
(773) 340-9926
Chicago, Illinois 60618
North Shore Behavioral Medicine, Psychologist  in Chicago
“At some time in our life we all struggle with some sort of adversity. I believe we are not judged by adversity but how we handle it. Asking for help is not always easy but it is a sign of strength and the rewards are always worth it. Therapy is a process of self discovery that enables you to recognize unhealthy patterns of behavior and learn effective coping strategies for optimal health and well-being. I provide professional, compassionate and confidential services to individuals. My treatment is tailored to each person because no two people or their problems are exactly alike.
(847) 767-3540
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Mel Kimmel, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe it is very important to involve the clients in each phase of counseling. I work together with individuals, couples and families on a wide variety of emotional and adjustment issues to tailor treatment approaches that best meet their needs and to reach the following goals: - Increase their understanding about issues related to their concerns; - Identify changes or goals they want to work towards; - Explore options to address their concerns; - Learn and implement helpful strategies and skills; - Make lasting improvements
(603) 483-3760
Chicago, Illinois 60601
April Robinson, Counselor  in Chicago
“Hyde Park Counseling&Therapy is rooted in a wellness model & strength based philosophy. The therapist, April Robinson, strives to promote peace & authenticity within the self. She provides an environment & process to facilitate clients in the journey of self-exploration, self-education, & personal growth. Her therapeutic work is rooted in humanistic & cognitive behavioral techniques. In addition to this framework other traditional or non-traditional techniques may be used when appropriate. She treats mental health issues ranging from mild stressors to traumatic or severe conditions. She works to help each client alleviate his or her discomfort no matter how acute or chronic.
(708) 221-9708
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Laura Ann Brownstone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy working with adults and teens who need help coping with life stressors. I have worked for more than 10 years as a therapist in Chicago. As a therapist I help individuals, couples, families as well as groups. I currently see many adults who deal with Recovery Issues. I use creative modalities to help build on self awareness and growth of individuals. My focus now is on couples who strive to build connection with each other.
(773) 649-5107
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Greg Rosen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you know what you need to do or think, but still can't do it? Do you understand how to move forward but find yourself stuck nonetheless? Or, maybe you have medically unexplained health problems or doctors telling you it's in your head? These are some of the reasons people seek psychoanalytic psychotherapy. I have been practicing psychotherapy for over 20 years in various settings including a university student counseling center and public mental health clinics for the seriously mentally ill and have effectively worked with clients struggling with conditions ranging from adjustment disorders (reactions to stress) to schizophrenia.
(773) 752-8808
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Libby Bachhuber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AM, LCSW
“My approach to therapy is grounded in respect and curiosity. I work to create a space for dialogue that honors difficulties, unearths complex meanings, and enables learning and growth. Whether the engagement is brief and focused or long-term and in-depth, the intention is to foster a greater sense of freedom, competence, and connection to others.
(312) 651-6924
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Jane E Dillingham, Counselor  in Chicago
“My practice is based on the relationships I develop with my clients. How you and I work together evolves out of the process of getting to know one another. We learn to trust, to listen, not judge, and to respect each others' choices. My initial focus is to help you identify your areas of concern and examine those areas. As our relationship deepens, we will focus on what you are ready to work on -- when you are ready to work on it. Today, you are looking at options for change; I can help you consider your path.
(773) 989-9224
Chicago, Illinois 60640
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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.