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Therapists in 60502

Abbey Graves, Psychologist  in Aurora
“Therapy does not have to be grim! Humor is healing during times of pain and distress. I am also a greater believer in patients educating themselves regarding their diagnoses and concerns. Consequently, I have stacks of useful articles and handouts. Most important of all, I make sure that all patients who walk into my office will leave feeling that I listened, I cared, and I am someone whom they can trust.
(847) 416-6975
Aurora, Illinois 60502
Vana M Bowen, Counselor  in Aurora
“Hello! Choosing a therapist is not easy and involves finding someone with whom you are comfortable. I offer a supportive approach that is sustained by years of experience, knowledge and training through private psychotherapy and consulting services. My clinical services provide a comprehensive and holistic approach toward personal growth and healing. Together, we can uncover your inner strengths and gifts to make emotional and behavioral treatment a fulfilling journey. I have received DIPLOMATE professional certification with the American Psychotherapy Association and have professional certifications in Play Therapy, Domestic Violence, Sexual Addictions,and Trauma-Based Treatments.
(630) 733-1817
Aurora, Illinois 60502
Virginia Collins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Aurora
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“With 20 + years of experience, I use client centered interractive methods of practice. I also use cognitive behavioral therapy. The main plan is to use whatever suits the client. I work with individuals, couples and families with issues such as grief, domestic violence, addictions recovery, elderly issues, and clonflicts within the family system.. I work short term or long term depending on the client's needs.
(630) 524-2848
Aurora, Illinois 60502
Joe A Petruzzi, Counselor  in Aurora
“I want to be part of the Client's solution and be available for family and friends also. I have found great value in working with client's using the Social Learning Theory. This theory is based on shared experience and how we learn from those experiences. My years of working with Individuals, Families, and Couples has been extensive. What I have learned is the client is the source of healing, and that hope comes from within the client.
(773) 904-0321
Aurora, Illinois 60502
Elizabeth Holtz, Counselor  in Aurora
“I congratulate clients if they have taken the first step of seeking therapy/counseling. I believe that seeking treatment for oneself is a sign of health although many would associate it with pathology. Therapy is certainly not about advice but about a safe place to bring issues and put them on the table. A therapist is more of a "life witness" than a judge. Clients usually have enough judges and advice givers in their social circle. A good therapist provides resources, educational materials, positive mirroring, techniques to manage symptoms and hopefully joins with the client in acknowledging their world view.
(224) 900-2410
Aurora, Illinois 60502
Barbara Gillett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Aurora
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, MSW, LCSW
“When talking to a friend just isn't enough.... You can expect that I am someone who is interested in listening to your concerns. Together we will develop a better understanding of these issues and find solutions more easily and effectively. With that map in hand we can focus on you learning new skills as needed or removing any roadblocks in your way. I provide a safe and comfortable environment for you to explore the challenges and things in your life that aren't working the way you would like. I approach counseling as a growth and healing process.
(630) 733-1545
Aurora, Illinois 60502
Joy Lockett, Counselor  in Aurora
“Joy uses her compassion and down-to-earth nature to provide an environment where clients can feel safe to be their authentic selves. She understands that seeking change, or something different, is not an easy process. Joy forms collaborative partnerships with her clients when developing therapeutic goals and a plan for care. She uses mindfulness, empathy and insight to aid in the empowerment of clients. In addition, Joy also utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing and family systems theory techniques. Joy works with individuals, couples and families.
(847) 453-3557
Aurora, Illinois 60502
Vicki Bolina, Psychologist  in Aurora
“You can enter psychotherapy for a variety of reasons, all of which I can help you through - reduce emotional distress in order to regain a sense of fulfillment in life and/or restore the ability to function in daily activities, improve relationship difficulties caused by issues such as ineffective communication, gain control of unhealthy behaviors such as substance abuse or disordered eating, facilitate healing or promote well-being by nurturing the psychological, emotional, spiritual aspects of oneself, engage in a process of exploration to increase a sense of well-being and satisfaction with ones self, work, school and/or relationships.
(847) 448-0511
Aurora, Illinois 60502
Portrait Health Centers - Counseling Services, Treatment Facility  in Aurora
“Founded on the principles of scientific research, and operated under the same model used by the Mayo Clinic, our unique model of having a multispecialty team of healthcare practitioners ensures the comprehensive and objective assessment of the patient and delivery of proven treatment protocols leading to positive patient outcomes. Merely offering hope to individuals and families is simply not adequate. All patients at the Portrait Health Centers are assigned a Patient Coordinator trained to act as a Patient Educator and Patient Advocate not only for the benefit of the patient but for the family, as well. Each patient's coordinator fully explains each option available to them and assists in making the right decision as to the course of treatment. Because all medical specialties are located within the Portrait Health Centers, the Patient Coordinator can help arrange an appointment with any of the departments to insure organized and predictive care. The Portrait Health Centers provide a convenient source for all of the proven technologies and therapies for Depression, Nutritional needs, ADHD and other behavioral and learning disabilities.
(847) 423-8203
Aurora, Illinois 60502
Courtney Doyle-O'Brien, Counselor  in Aurora
“I am dedicated to the overall health and well-being of the individual as we build a therapeutic relationship in a safe environment. I believe that working with you in a collaborative relationship is critical to reaching your goals. I value the genuine and empathic relationship that develops as a result of transparent therapeutic work. In other words, we will work together to establish goals and develop a treatment plan that makes sense to you. As your therapist, I will work to be supportive, to provide you with relevant knowledge, and to create an atmosphere that feels comfortable and safe.
(847) 393-8017
Aurora, Illinois 60502
William H Utz, Counselor  in Aurora
“I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families who are looking to get more out of their lives and relationships. I view symptoms and problems as nature's way of showing us something is out of balance in our lives and needs our compassionate attention. Therapy, at it's best, is an authentic, healing relationship that fosters awareness, change, and growth.
(630) 318-4920
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Aurora, Illinois 60502
Robert Wysocki, Psychologist  in Aurora
“Entering into therapy can be a difficult decision. My goal is to help make that transition easier by focusing on my client's strengths and abilities and encouraging a path of self-growth. I use a collaborative style, making the individual an active participant in the process. We will work to define the most serious problems, set realistic expectations, and focus on symptom reduction. My promise to all my clients is that I will respect them as individuals and work my hardest to improve their lives. Call to arrange for a free, no obligation 30 minute in person consultation.
(630) 445-0246
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Aurora, Illinois 60502
“I have worked with a broad range of clients and am capable of quickly making and maintaining the close connection necessary in therapy to make changes and achieve results. I love what I do and look forward each day to working with and helping others in any way possible.
(630) 313-4854
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Aurora, Illinois 60502
Joe Bynum, Counselor  in Aurora
“Therapy does not need to be dark or mysterious. In fact, it can be invigorating and empowering. You and I will create a partnership, which focuses on healing. As a team, we will establish clear goals and immediately begin working to achieve them. My approach is to identify your personal strengths and support you in utilizing these strengths to overcome life's challenges. I believe therapy should be a partnership between you and your Therapist, but with different roles. My role as your Therapist is to meet you on your level, and help you get to the next level.
(847) 558-6428
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Aurora, Illinois 60502
Karin M Johnson, Psychologist  in Aurora
“My style of therapy is very interactive. I view most problems as coping strategies (developed in earlier stages of life) that no longer work. I provide assistance in changing those strategies, support in problem solving and examining attitudes ands beliefs.
(630) 369-3690
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Aurora, Illinois 60502
Kim Slater, Counselor  in Aurora
“Anger, guilt, disappointment, frustration, shame: These are just some of the negative feelings that people deal with. If they affect you often, or to a degree that determines how you live life, I can help you take back the direction in your life.
(630) 796-4452
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Aurora, Illinois 60502
Sharon Gilbert, Counselor  in Aurora
“My approach to therapy is that we will work together to set goals and decide what makes the most sense for you to work on now. We will be partners in your recovery. The fit between therapist and client and the therapeutic relationship that is created, is the main factor in a person's progress in therapy.
(331) 826-0256
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Aurora, Illinois 60502
Middy E. Fierro, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Aurora
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LICSW
“Life is about change and transitions. Sometimes you might feel stuck in stressful situations involving relationships either at home or in the work place. I believe that most human beings welcome and value the opportunity to be listened to in a respectful and accepting way. I consider building a trusting and successful treatment relationship as the centerpiece of my work.
(630) 318-4729
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Aurora, Illinois 60502
Rob Castillo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Aurora
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CAADC-I, MISA, II
“I have been told I am easy to talk to; but there are times when you need more than talk. I also am able to gently guide my clients through the stages of change at their own pace. I use a variety of treatment approaches when working with my clients.
(630) 426-6344
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Aurora, Illinois 60502
Dan Peterson, Counselor  in Aurora
“Raising challenging children can be exhausting and frustrating. You feel guilty about not being able to fix your child's behavioral problems and confused about what to do next. Although many professionals recommend your child take medication, you are not comfortable with it. Your child may be disagnosed with ADHD, ODD, OCD, Depression, Anxiety or have other disruptive behavioral components. You are looking for some options that help you feel good about your parenting style while helping your child succeed. If this sounds like your story in any way, you are not alone and I can help.
(630) 420-2596 x2
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Aurora, Illinois 60502

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