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Therapists in Near Eastside - Chicago, IL 60601

Erika Annette Lohmiller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCPC, CADC, MISA, II
“Healing. Clarity. Warmth. Understanding. Patience. Insight. Non-judgement. Validation. Resolution. I believe that you are visiting this site to seek answers and find healing in some pain or distress in your life. I value and endorse the benefits of psychotherapy. Together we can determine the best appropriate fit, style, modality, therapeutic orientation and type of treatment. I believe my clients are the experts in what they need, and I serve to facilitate their process of deepening clarity. I provide clinical consultation and confidential psychotherapy on how people achieve lasting improvements in their self esteem, coping, and well being.
(773) 295-2404
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Howard S Farkas, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I specialize in helping people overcome emotional eating and other unwanted behaviors. You should consider contacting me if you feel that these behaviors have gotten out of control and you feel unable to regain that control - despite knowing exactly what you need to do to change. My approach begins with helping you understand how emotional eating is your way of coping with life's demands. In short, it's a way of allowing yourself to let go, at least in this one area of your life.
(866) 943-9977
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AM, LCSW
“I conceptualize therapy as a mutually created, deeply personal experience. No two therapies will ever be exactly alike given that we are all unique individuals shaped by the stories, desires, and expectations of ourselves and others. I start from a place of deep humility and honor, knowing that coming to therapy means turning to a professionalized stranger for help with what may be extremely difficult sufferings. In the beginning there may not be words for what is wrong, where it hurts, why things are the way they are. This is where we start. Together. Courageously.
(773) 328-8347
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Angela Razon, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Beginning psychotherapy can be an anxious time for many. Common questions people ask who are contemplating psychotherapy: Is professional help truly needed? Wouldn't reaching out for help call into question my ability to handle things on my own? Whom could I turn to and whose services to utilize? Most of us rely on personal resources such as family and friends for support in times of difficulty. There are moments however, when problems mount and persist, and when talking with a trained, professional helper can bring about positive change.
(312) 386-5135
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Amy L Wilde, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and have been working with children, families and adolescents in Chicago for the past 20 years. For the last 16 years, I have served as a primary therapist at a local children's hospital, providing direct clinical care to children and adolescents within the inpatient unit, partial hospital program and outpatient psychiatry department. I specialize in helping children, adolescents and adults address and overcome issues surrounding mood and anxiety disorders, loss, adjustment issues, trauma, family conflict and social difficulties. Areas of experience include provision of individual, group and family therapy.
(312) 489-8685
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Farah Hussain Baig, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that therapy can be a rewarding experience for everyone. As a practitioner, I work closely with my clients, using a strengths-based approach, to help create change and achieve their personal and professional goals. By engaging in the therapeutic process, my clients are able to identify problem areas in their lives and relationships, increase their ability to communicate effectively, find new ways of relating to themselves and others, as well as develop positive strategies for successful conflict resolution.
(773) 312-4524
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Kathryn Doheny, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years experience assisting people in creating positive change in their lives. My goal is to help identify and resolve issues which may be preventing you from getting more of what you want in life. Addressing feelings and any self-limiting thoughts or beliefs can often be helpful. My expertise includes mood disorders, depression, anxiety and panic symptoms. Frequent issues include loss, relationship problems, difficult childhood experiences, low self-esteem, career concerns, life transition and divorce. Managing the stress involved in seeking and maintaining romantic partnership is a common theme.
(773) 888-4657
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Rebecca Wolf, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PCGC
“Rebecca is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and also has a Problem and Compulsive Gambling Certification. She has comprehensive clinical experience working with adults, couples, and families on gambling addiction, anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, adjustment issues, and relationship issues. She is passionate about her work with military populations. Rebecca has worked previously in a variety of clinical settings, including an employee assistance program, a residential mental health facility, a community mental health clinic, and a school. She tends to be very direct while using a strengths-based approach with her clients guided by motivational interviewing and solution focused therapy.
(888) 608-9105
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Susan Foti McClanahan, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist on faculty at Northwestern University Medical School. I have been in practice for the last 15 years. I have experience treating a wide range of mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, infertility, and relationship issues. I teach and present at major national conferences and run a busy group practice. With regard to my education, I am a graduate of Duke University. I received my M.A. in Developmental Psychology from Columbia University in NYC, and received my Ph.D. from Northwestern University.
(773) 312-3222
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Next Step Counseling, Inc, Counselor  in Chicago
“Do you feel as though you want to be happier? Are you trying to get over a painful or confusing heartbreak? Are you wanting to be in a different place in your life than where you are? Our expertise lies in helping young adults in their 20's and 30's who are experiencing relationship difficulties, recent break-ups, feeling strong as a single young adult and other entities that come with these experiences such as sadness, self-esteem, confusion, heart-break and anxiety.
(630) 243-5851
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Paul David "PD" Wadler, Psychologist  in Chicago
“My individual work helps you build on your strengths while you gain a healthier perspective on what you may currently perceive as weaknesses. I want to help you understand and appreciate the unique combination of gifts you have to draw on. My goal is to help you find more meaningful and fulfilling ways to negotiate your life's path. I work with non-traditional individuals using traditional insight-oriented methods. Many of my clients are individuals in non-traditional jobs and/or relationships who want to look deeply into their own experiences.
(773) 280-5636
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Esther D Shin, Counselor  in Chicago
“Ever experience panic attacks, but have no history of anxiety? Or do you feel sad, angry or irritated at everything, but don't know why? Do you think: "Something's wrong with me"; "I'm not good/smart/thin enough"; I'm a failure"; "Why do I keep making wrong choices". Maybe you're feeling stuck, trapped, and/or lost? If any of this sounds familiar, I can help you to make sense of what's happening, and develop strategies to better manage your life. As you've noticed, it not only affects you; it impacts your relationships with others.
(312) 697-1980
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Justin Evan Tobin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you feel stuck in the same routine? Doing the same behaviors over and over again? Do you feel a lot of stress, irritability or anger? Making a decision for change in your life is not easy and trusting these decisions is even more difficult. You may even feel depressed or anxious. Relationships can be confusing, career choices can be overwhelming, and figuring out your future can seem stressful.
(312) 346-5156
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Susan H Bowker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have over 25 years of experience as a therapist, and see therapy as a collaborative relationship. I have a special expertise in trauma and related issues, which has led me to see "symptoms" as understandable adjustments to life's upsets. I am interested in understanding with you what your life story is and finding ways with you to heal and change accordingly to your needs. I also worked extensively with compulsive over-eating, body image issues, relationship issues, depression and anxiety at various life stages, grief/loss, adult ADD.and in training therapists.
(847) 920-7742
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Bridget Jordan Levy, Counselor  in Chicago
“I work with adults and couples experiencing anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, loss, communication difficulties and relationship issues. I often find clients are looking for strategies to help cope, grieve or alter their perspective about themselves, their lives and/or others. I believe one of the key components to successful therapy is to foster a strong therapeutic alliance. I strive to create this alliance through having compassion, empathy and respect for my clients and by tailoring my clinical approaches to meet the unique needs of each client.
(888) 726-7170 x504
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Kate Paluszek, Counselor  in Chicago
“Are you feeling stressed, nervous, or down? Not happy in your relationship? Unsure about making a decision in your life? Looking to start living a more fulfilling and happier life? Psychotherapy can help you to discover your inner strengths and gain insights about yourself that can lead you towards achieving your goals in therapy and beyond.
(708) 762-1249
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Christine Carpenter, Psychologist  in Chicago
“With warmth, sensitivity and without judgment, I work hard to understand your unique experience. Together we can find a path to well-being and fulfillment that fits for you. I can help you find more immediate relief from symptoms that get in your way day-to-day while exploring deeper issues that may have led to your current situation. Into the traditional "talk therapy" model, I incorporate body-centered work to help you achieve deeper, experiential change that is lasting and fully integrated into your sense of self.
(773) 888-0757
Chicago, Illinois 60601
David McCracken, Counselor  in Chicago
“Disorders such as depression and anxiety are often complicated by substance abuse, and vice versa. I'm experienced in treating such co-occurring disorders and other issues in a supportive, open and effective way that respects clients' autonomy and values. What this means in practice is a customized approach to each individual, based on their specific needs, that draws on different therapeutic traditions and techniques. These may include psychodynamic, looking at close early relationships and issues; cognitive-behavioral therapy, untangling connections between thoughts, feelings and behaviors; mindfulness, drawing on ancient mind-body practices such as meditation that neuroscience has increasingly validated; as well as others.
(773) 295-0847
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Megan Pietrucha, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Thank you for visiting my profile. I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Illinois. My approach to therapy is humanistic and focused on your needs. I work with you as a "whole person", understanding you as an individual and not defined by your struggles. I believe that the foundation of a positive therapy experience is developing a strong, trusting, confidential relationship with your therapist. With this approach, your treatment is sensitive to and respectful of your values, culture and beliefs. From there, we collaboratively work to understand current challenges as well as highlight and build on your personal strengths.
(773) 609-5855
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Madelyn Greenberger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW
“Psychodynamic therapy focuses on providing a safe environment from which a therapeutic relationship can grow. Through this experience, feelings and thoughts outside our everyday awareness come alive and can be used for self-understanding and growth. As a result, change tends to occur. I assist clients with a range of life situations and emotional concerns, and am interested in working with individuals who have difficulties in relationships and with anxiety, depression, and self-esteem, and who have experienced parental loss and trauma.
(312) 548-1666
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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