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Therapists in Winfield

Debra F Nickerson, Psychologist  in Winfield
“My specialty is working with people who have issues arising from sexual behavior problems, including sexually abusive behavior, sexual addiction, pornography addiction and Internet addiction. While sex can be a pleasurable part of life, its misuse can lead to infinite heartache and misery. Sexual behavior problems are multifaceted, and are often rooted in an attempt to cope with painful non-sexual issues such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and broken relationships. I work with individuals who have acted out sexually and also with survivors of sexual abuse and trauma.
(630) 672-0982
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Jaime Anne Maurella, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Winfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, PsyD
“Licensed Clinical Psychologist experienced and trained in providing therapy to children, teens, and adults. I obtained my doctorate via The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I have experience in working with a wide range of problems in children and adolescents. I do provide parent coaching and parent education. Skills in these areas have helped me assist children and families overcome difficulties associated with anxiety, behavioral problems, depression, ADHD, Asperger's Disorder, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, and Non-verbal Learning Disorder. I focus on providing children and parents with specific strategies and concrete tools they can use to facilitate both immediate and lasting changes.
(630) 588-8490
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Jennifer Weber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, DBTC
“I am truly honored and privileged when I am able to help individuals through a difficult time or achieve their goals. I strive to help my clients find their strengths and overcome any challenges or obstacles. I am experienced treating Self-Injurious Behaviors, Suicidal Ideation, Depression, Anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Chemical Dependency, and Emotional Regulation, to name a few. To develop rapport and trust with my clients, I utilize a variety of modalities, unique to each client. My creative and genuine personality helps foster motivation for change, develop effective coping and communication skills, and develop a positive sense of self.
(630) 243-5579
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Katheryn Meek, Psychologist  in Winfield
“I have been in clinical practice for close to 20 years. I have enjoyed working with children, adolescents, and adults as they identify and overcome the barriers that impede their ability to experience wellness and life satisfaction. These barriers range from relational and life transition concerns to significant health issues such as depression and anxiety. My therapy approach is holistic and collaborative. Together we identify and address the impact of potential contributors to current concerns. These could be past hurts/traumas, biological or hormonal imbalances, current social supports and outlets, as well as spiritual concerns.
(630) 948-5338
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Tracy Muklewicz, Counselor  in Winfield
“I utilize a combination of cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic approaches to assist you in understanding your concerns. I will work with you to address current changes you'd like to make, but also address underlying concerns so that current struggles are less likely to resurface. I specialize in tailoring treatments in developmentally attuned ways. I have expertise in working with EMDR, child and adolescent clients, play therapy and Theraplay techniques. With adults I assist clients in understanding how their life journeys have led them to their present concerns, and work on uncovering and undoing patterns you may find less effective.
(847) 380-7367
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Julia Friesen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“Are you looking for increasing your sense of effectiveness with family, work, and friends? I assist individuals and families in sorting out what factors in their life, current and past, may be contributing to their situation. I am a psychotherapist experienced in working with adults, children and families with a variety of concerns. I often use insight-oriented therapy and draw on cognitive-behavioral approaches for adults and teens, and play therapy and parent coaching when working with children. I also find understanding personality style to be helpful in addressing obstacles in relationships at work, at home and in career development.
(773) 599-2961
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Susan L Garrison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you looking for positive change in your life? I have a heart for encouraging others to develop a deeper level of personal, social, spiritual and professional growth in their lives. It would be my privilege to support you as you create change and experience healing in your life. You can find deeper satisfaction in your relationships. I enjoy working with individuals, couples and families who want to learn more effective ways to regulate emotions and resolve their anxiety, depression, trauma, codependency, grief and loss, or spiritual issues.
(630) 448-6417
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Julie Franklin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am enthusiastic about helping people grow and improving the quality of life. Utilizing a strengths-based approach to therapy, I believe collaboration is key when working with clients and, when appropriate, will utilize humor during appointments. In order for clients to succeed, it is important to recognize and meet the client where he/she is at in the process of change. I work to empower and strengthen a person's ability to change their own situation at a comfortable, yet productive, pace.
(630) 599-8834
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Roxann Camparone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CAADC, MISA, II
“I have over 21 years of experience treating mental health and addictions issues. During my time in the field, I have worked at all levels of care, from intake to cessation of services. My goal is to provide timely, respectful and quality care in a supportive environment.
(630) 503-7912
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Sue Underhill, Counselor  in Winfield
Counselor, LCPC, LPC, MA
“Take the first step to positively change your life! I can help you learn healthy coping skills to relieve anxiety, depression, and stress, getting control of unhealthy behaviors, thoughts, and action.. Setting short&long term realistic goals, you start to focus on the here&now, learning to focus on what you CAN change & learning to realistically accept the things you can't, so you can become a positive, healthier YOU! You learn how to gain positive self-esteem, &self confidence!. Take the first positive step to create a happier,balanced life, call and we can take that first tep together.
(630) 318-4919
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Maria M Lopez-Iftikhar, Counselor  in Winfield
“I am an experienced Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. I provide individual, group couples and family therapy; and work with adults, adolescents and children. I have been working as a Therapist for the last five years. I possess an additional 10 years experience in the counseling field. I received my Master's in Clinical Psychology from Benedictine University.
(630) 581-2374
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Grace Counseling of Dupage, Counselor  in Winfield
(630) 503-7449
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Malcolm R. Haggerty, Counselor  in Winfield
“My specialties and professional interests include the assessment and treatment of anxiety disorders including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, depressive disorders, anger management, ethical issues in clinical psychology, veteran's issues, men's issues, marital and couples' therapy, autism spectrum disorder, childhood fluency disorders, aviation professionals, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and parenting/behavior strategies, among others. I prefer utilizing a variety of treatment modalities to help clients, including cognitive-behavioral, rational-emotive behavioral, motivational counseling, and client-centered interventions.
(773) 649-4118
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Joanna Bloss, Counselor  in Winfield
“As a mental health professional experienced in conducting individual and couples' therapy, Employee Assistance Program (EAP) counseling and leading psycho-educational groups, I am passionate about helping my clients discover their hidden and under-utilized strengths and supporting them on their journey to become the best possible version of themselves.I use a blend of cognitive behavior and dialectical behavior interventions in the context of a warm and trusting client-therapist relationship to collaborate with my clients to achieve their goals and move toward lasting change.
(630) 560-5163
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Winfield, Illinois 60190
Jennifer Fell, Counselor  in Winfield
“Choosing to enter therapy can be one of the most difficult, yet ultimately, one of the most rewarding decisions of your life. Whatever it is that is leading you to think about giving therapy a try, know that you are not alone. Many people seek out therapy for a variety of different issues. My style is simple; I like to take a teamwork approach with my clients and together, we work to figure out solutions which are best for them. Each individual is unique, and therefore, my treatment approach is based on what will work best for you.
(630) 883-0208
Office is near:
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Mary Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Winfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am committed to supporting people as they access the strength within to deal with life transitions, stress, grief, depression, anxiety, anger and difficult relationships. With experience in ministry and counseling, I hope to bring a unique perspective to the therapy I do with individuals, couples, adolescents and families. If you find yourself seeking balance, meaning or direction in your life, finding the needed support is essential. My goal is to provide my clients with that needed support.
(630) 233-9570 x3
Office is near:
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Diane Johanning, Counselor  in Winfield
“I believe that the psychotherapeutic journey is an Inner Journey ~ one in which we're traveling to find that which we have lost ~ in a word, our Selves. While it is usually some form of disillusion - depression, anxiety, relationship pain ~ that brings us into therapy, we discover that we are on a journey to find home ~ a place of safety, of freedom, of rest. Sooner or later, we learn that the home we are searching for is not to be found outside ourselves but, rather, within. If you are ready to deepen in your own journey, I am here to walk with you.
(630) 318-3327
Office is near:
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Mari Skura, Counselor  in Winfield
“"The relationship is the therapy." I believe that healing and growth happen in the context of a safe, caring and at times gently challenging relationship. My style is collaborative and compassionate, yet directive. I use many experiential techniques to help my clients move into change, so that they can live out their insight and wisdom in real life. I am passionate about empowering my clients to find hidden or unknown strengths, so they can overcome their challenges and live life to the fullest.
(630) 599-8352
Office is near:
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Rima Imburgia, Counselor  in Winfield
“I deeply cherish the therapeutic process and feel privileged to be in relationship with those who have found the courage to address issues that keep them from living more fully and wholly. I offer a collaborative, holistic, solution-focused approach that strives to bring relief, self-acceptance and authentic connection with one’s self and in relationships. Combining traditional talk therapy, relational-cultural therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy and body focused therapies such as meditation and mindfulness, I work with adults, teens and couples on issues related to stress, anxiety, depression, relationship, LGBTQ identity, body image, life transition and loss.
(312) 985-1025
Office is near:
Winfield, Illinois 60190
Cynthia Koskiewicz, Counselor  in Winfield
“Whether I am seeing clients one-on-one, in group therapy settings, or in educational seminars, my mission is always the same - To share with you the tools you need to thrive, feel empowered and have peace of mind, no matter what challenges you have encountered. I have worked with individuals challenged by depression, anxiety, and self-esteem issues. In addition, I understand the challenges specific to those who have struggled with alcohol and other drug dependence. Spouses, children (including adult children of addicts) and other family members are impacted just as much as the person with the addiction.
(630) 354-8270
Office is near:
Winfield, Illinois 60190

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