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Therapists in Near Eastside - Chicago, IL 60601

Marco Hidalgo, Psychologist  in Chicago
“Congratulations on either taking your first steps or continuing your journey in psychotherapy. In my practice I specialize in helping people as they confront substance use, mood, and anxiety difficulties stemming from past interpersonal violence - including partner abuse, sexual abuse/assault, and discrimination-based violence. I treat adolescent and adult survivors, including heterosexual males, people who identify as LGB, and transgender/trans* people. I offer individual, relationship/couple's, and family therapy.
(312) 651-6957
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
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
Elizabeth Case Counseling, Counselor  in Chicago
“My goal is to provide a specialized counseling practice that is uniquely suited to your personal needs and goals. I will provide each individual with compassionate and non-judgmental support, guidance, and counseling. I will work with you to identify the areas of greatest challenge in your life and help you build skills to move toward a life of health and wellness. I specialize in relationship skills, communication, self-care, and life coaching. In order to provide busy clients with flexibility and convenience, I offer therapy via online video chat tools such as Skype and Google Chat.
(773) 340-4633
Chicago, Illinois 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
Alyssa Yeo, Counselor  in Chicago
“I use an integrative approach to therapy with an emphasis on cognitive-behavioral and solution-focused methods to help clients achieve more balance in their lives. I foster a collaborative, open, and empathic environment that draws upon an individual's strengths to encourage and inspire them to develop to their full potential. I strive to be my most authentic self with clients, and believe this is an essential component in creating an honest and genuine therapeutic relationship.
(877) 658-9933 x1
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Kristi Jordan Graham, Psychologist  in Chicago
“As a clinical psychologist, I work primarily with adults and adolescents with a variety of concerns, including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, racial identity issues, and grief/loss issues. I also work with married couples and single adults who need work on relationship issues (romantic, family, work-related, etc.). I work with adolescents dealing with conduct problems and with families on issues regarding disciplining children, improving communication, and reducing conflict and tension in the home. I focus on establishing teamwork with clients in order to empower them to better understand how to apply our therapeutic work to their lives between sessions.
(888) 725-4642
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Chicago Center for Psychotherapy, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chicago
“Stuck? We can help. Would you like to improve your relationship? Increase intimacy? Are you feeling anxious, overwhelmed or depressed? We 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. We can treat most issues with adults, young adults and adolescents, but we specialize in infertility, helping couples improve their marital satisfaction and sex life, parenting challenges, concerns facing college/grad students, concerns facing the aging population, anxiety, and medical/health crises. We love our work and congratulate you on your decision to begin the healing journey of psychotherapy.
(708) 232-0610
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Dave Berkman, Psychologist  in Chicago
“As a licensed clinical psychologist, I will work with you as an active participant in your treatment. Together, we will gain insight into both the overt, and at times less obvious, factors which impact your quality of life. In addition, I will help you learn concrete techniques to better manage problematic symptoms and dynamics.
(773) 888-0514
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
Yael Ron, Psychologist  in Chicago
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PsyD, LCPC, LCP
“"Experience CHANGE and RESOLUTION. You're not alone in your struggles.My purpose is to support you through crisis, and facilitate positive CHANGES in your life. In a warm, safe and empowering environment,I will help you gain a greater awareness of your choices,better understanding of present circumstances, and transform anxiety, frustration and anger into forward movement and action. My vast experience in providing relief from emotional pain and fear, healing wounds of trauma and loss, reducing stress, and mending love and family relationships will help you achieve an overall sense of well-being, balance and direction.
(847) 969-5393
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
Mark James Moore, Counselor  in Chicago
“My interest includes cross-cultural issues with couples, individual therapy, and group therapy. I have extensive experience working with adults who are coping with trauma, domestic violence, struggle with depression, anxiety and addiction. My earlier work focused on immigrants and refugees who have experienced trauma. The therapeutic relationship gives clients a chance to safely explore new effective coping mechanisms to improve the quality of their lives. I have significant clinical experience working with the Latino and Native American communities.Clients have the power to infuse new meaning into their lives and experience fulfillment
(312) 756-0553
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
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
Kathy Kasia Wereszczynska, Counselor  in Chicago
Counselor, MA, LCPC
“Kathy Wereszczynska is a Clinical Counselor and Yoga Instructor with experience in working with children, adolescents, families and adults. Originally from Poland, Kathy has developed an appreciation for different cultures. She works to build a healing environment that helps facilitate personal growth and positive change. In addition, she empowers her clients by helping them set and achieve realistic goals in a nonjudgmental atmosphere.
(847) 558-6286
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
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
Rena Mcdaniel, Counselor  in Chicago
“Rena received her Masters in Community Counseling from DePaul University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Her clinical specializations include sex therapy, trauma and recovery, PTSD, and the LGBTQI population. Her clinical work is informed by Brene Brown's Shame Resilience theory, shedding light on the ways shame, vulnerability, and authenticity interact in her client's lives. Her clinical style is warm and collaborative, helping clients locate and build upon the strengths and supports they already have in their lives in order to create meaningful change, while challenging behaviors and thoughts that are no longer working for the client.
(773) 257-7505
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Sandra Zakowski, Psychologist  in Chicago
“I believe that each individual requires a unique approach when seeking help in dealing with problems of daily living. I am dedicated to creating a collaborative therapy environment that is based on safety and mutual respect. I tend to be direct and interactive in therapy using an integrative approach and work to empower individuals to access their strengths in coping with life issues. I have experience working with individuals dealing with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, loss, acculturation, chronic medical problems, relationship problems, academic issues, and adjustment to other life stressors.
(773) 236-8242
Chicago, Illinois 60601
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