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Therapists in Near Eastside - Chicago, IL 60601

Leslie Banghart, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
“I understand it can be difficult to take the first step to talk to someone about personal difficulties and concerns. I have a low-pressure, warm and empathetic approach focused on creating an environment of safety and encouragement. I see therapy as a collaboration where we work together to help you move forward. I believe that everyone has personal strengths and resources, and our work together will help you tap into these to heal from loss, trauma or emotional difficulties and to let go of old habits, patterns, and behaviors that are no longer helpful to you.
(312) 698-3115
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
Rosanna Velat, Counselor  in Chicago
“I work with adult individuals on a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, and anger, particularly as they relate to work stressors and the activities we do daily that we are not paid to do. I do prefer to take a more "information gathering" approach in the beginning of therapy, moving into a more active or "directive" approach later as I better understand your goals, values and priorities. I work from the perspective that the solution is within all of us, we sometimes need outside help to find out own unique solution.
(312) 548-6159
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Manuel S Silverman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Good luck in finding your "ideal" therapist. My ideal patient is an adolescent or adult who is reluctant to be in "therapy." Perhaps there have been bad experiences in prior therapy or just plain suspicion of the value of sitting and talking to solve problems. I believe very strongly that therapy is a relationship based on trust, In the first session we will determine if this trust is present. If not, a referral is in order and I will suggest other therapists who might be a more suitable match. If you have questions, call me for a brief complimentary consultation. Again, good luck..
(773) 639-1307
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
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
Jennifer Gray, Counselor  in Chicago
“Are you are struggling with depression, anxiety, drug or alcohol problems, or going through difficult personal changes in your life? Maybe you've lost a job, or someone important to you, or you've lost your identity due to a change in circumstances? Are you are unhappy in your relationship, or struggling with interpersonal problems such as parenting, family, or work relationships. You may have a family member with behavioral problems, such as a child, a teenager, or a spouse with substance abuse or mental health problems. Are you are tired of the status quo, and ready for a change?
(312) 697-1653
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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
Joseph M. Behen, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Most people who work with me begin when painful experiences of anxiety and depression interfere with their ability to find enjoyment and satisfaction in relationships and professionally. Psychotherapy with me usually begins with a discussion of the concerns, problems, and distress from which you are suffering and for which you seek relief. The goal of this work is to solve the problems, alleviate the distress, and place the concerns in the context of your personal development. Results of this effort often include increased self-awareness, enhanced self-esteem, recognition of unique strengths and potentials, and more positive feelings.
(773) 417-1613
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Dr. Amber Fasula, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Dr. Fasula works as a specialist in biofeedback and neurofeedback in the Chicago area and for the Dr. Phil Show. She also provides a variety of psychological services to help individuals, groups, and families cope with various issues that arise throughout the lifespan. She utilizes an approach based on integrating individual strengths and assets at more conscious levels to build a foundation of positive mental health and stability. The aim is to clients re-establish a living pattern that improves their sense of satisfaction and confidence in their ability to meet their particular lifestyle needs.
(312) 623-6463
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Constance L Bauer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LLC, JD, LCSW
“Stuck? I can help. Would you like to improve your relationship? Increase intimacy? Are you feeling anxious, overwhelmed or depressed? I will provide a supportive environment in which to assist you in taking risks and creating new ways of thinking which will bring healing and growth. I can treat most issues with adults, young adults and adolescents, but I specialize in infertility, helping couples improve their marital satisfaction and sex life, parenting challenges, concerns facing college/grad students and mood disorders. I love my work and congratulate you on your decision to begin the healing journey of psychotherapy.
(708) 232-0610
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Aaron Karmin, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am an active therapist in that I ask questions and offer consistent feedback to guide the session's focus. I utilize an integrative style - applying a variety of approaches to best meet the needs of each client/couple and their concerns. It is my belief that the counseling process is one in which all parties are actively involved. I recognize the need for flexibility and creativity to address the mind and body. My approach focuses identifying physical cues, recognizing thoughts, considering consequences, implementing solutions, choosing behaviors, and promoting expression.
(888) 539-5275 x1
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
Cecilia S Greene, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with many years of experience treating clients with all the difficulties with which children, adolescents and adults struggle. Some enter treatment because they are wondering how they got to a point in their lives without accomplishing what they thought they should have. Others come because they are encountering too many obstacles during transitions in their lives and have a wide array of treatable feelings including depression, anxiety and anger that are difficult to overcome without help.
(312) 621-9166
Chicago, Illinois 60601
James Lampe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PhD, LCSW
“With over twenty-five years practice as a psychotherapist, including advanced study in psychoanalytic theory and technique, I bring a wealth of experience into the clinical setting treating symptoms of PTSD, anxiety and depression as well as working with relationship issues and self growth. I treat adult individuals and couples. With every client, a unique relationship is developed. Within the context of this therapeutic relationship evolves an understanding of what is meaningful for personalized growth. My practice emphasizes working with you the individual wherever you are in life's journey.
(773) 234-7929
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Manya Bahraini, Counselor  in Chicago
“I am an empathetic and caring therapist who is passionate about helping clients attain independent wellness. I do this first by offering clients a safe, supportive and nonjudgmental environment where clients can feel secure to process their thoughts and feelings and challenge unhealthy patterns. Collaboratively we will work together to identify issues, develop treatment goals, encourage strengths, and foster meaningful change including greater self-awareness, more effective communication, fulfilling relationships, and healthier coping skills.
(312) 625-5457
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Ewelina K Beardmore, Counselor  in Chicago
“My focus is the client's strengths. Using my international background, cultural awareness and sensitivity, I am able to connect with individuals struggling with trauma, depression, relationship issues and life's anxieties, and help them develop coping skills that will allow them to regain hope in their healing.
(312) 219-9380
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Eileen A Niemiera, Counselor  in Chicago
“I enjoy working with a wide range of clients from adolescence through late adulthood. I view therapy as a collaborative process in which the relationship between therapist and client is of primary importance. To this end, I focus on providing clients with a safe environment where we can explore their experiences and feelings. Frequently, a client's current difficulties have developed over a long period of time, and during the course of therapy a deepened understanding of the roots of these problems increases the client's potential to experience positive change, increased (realistic) self-esteem, strengthened confidence, and more satisfying relationships.
(708) 277-6940
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
Julie Friedman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I am a clinical health psychologist who specializes in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Binge Eating Disorder, Night Eating Syndrome, compulsive overeating, weight management, and pre- and post- bariatric surgery care. I am also an Assistant Professor at the Northwestern University Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry where I teach and supervise graduate students in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for eating disorders.
(312) 625-1619
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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