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"Hello, I'm Joanna, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, specializing in children from Pre-K - 12th grade. I specialize in working with children/teens with anxiety, depression, and who are on the autism spectrum disorder. With 7 years of experience as a school social worker, I have seen the challenges that children who struggle with coping and social skills face. I work with children so that they can improve these skills through traditional talk therapy, as well as utilizing play and expressive art techniques."
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"Hello, I'm Joanna, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, specializing in children from Pre-K - 12th grade. I specialize in working with children/teens with anxiety, depression, and who are on the autism spectrum disorder. With 7 years of experience as a school social worker, I have seen the challenges that children who struggle with coping and social skills face. I work with children so that they can improve these skills through traditional talk therapy, as well as utilizing play and expressive art techniques."
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"You can live a happier more meaningful life. Right now you may be feeling stuck, overwhelmed by daily challenges and stressors. Maybe anxiety is making it difficult to work, perform, or feel comfortable in social settings. Perhaps you are having trouble with relationships-unable to communicate, feel close, or find someone who really understands you"
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"You can live a happier more meaningful life. Right now you may be feeling stuck, overwhelmed by daily challenges and stressors. Maybe anxiety is making it difficult to work, perform, or feel comfortable in social settings. Perhaps you are having trouble with relationships-unable to communicate, feel close, or find someone who really understands you"
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"I work with children, adolescents, adults and families on the north shore of Chicago. I specialize in supporting people dealing with anxiety, depression, social issues, low self-esteem, life transitions and complex family systems. I have experience working with both individuals and families and have particular expertise in understanding family dynamics. My approach is eclectic, with a psychodynamic focus. Throughout my professional life, I've worked privately, clinically and in schools, most recently at Erikson Institute in Chicago. "
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"I work with children, adolescents, adults and families on the north shore of Chicago. I specialize in supporting people dealing with anxiety, depression, social issues, low self-esteem, life transitions and complex family systems. I have experience working with both individuals and families and have particular expertise in understanding family dynamics. My approach is eclectic, with a psychodynamic focus. Throughout my professional life, I've worked privately, clinically and in schools, most recently at Erikson Institute in Chicago. "
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist with more than 10 years of experience in mental health and wellness. My passion stems from wanting to help others learn new ways of coping with their environment and garnering new skills to help manage current life stressors and hurdles. My belief is that from early childhood we learn healthy, and sometimes unhealthy, strategies to manage challenges. Coping styles, especially maladaptive ones, work for a period of time, but may become ineffective. When this occurs, people often seek therapy. My job as a therapist is to help you learn, and implement, healthier coping strategies."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist with more than 10 years of experience in mental health and wellness. My passion stems from wanting to help others learn new ways of coping with their environment and garnering new skills to help manage current life stressors and hurdles. My belief is that from early childhood we learn healthy, and sometimes unhealthy, strategies to manage challenges. Coping styles, especially maladaptive ones, work for a period of time, but may become ineffective. When this occurs, people often seek therapy. My job as a therapist is to help you learn, and implement, healthier coping strategies."
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"My goal as a therapist is to provide a caring, confidential setting where the client can make positive changes, develop effective coping skills and improve self- acceptance and self-image. A trusting relationship between client and therapist is a key element for growth. I use a gentle, nurturing approach and provide a non judgmental environment where clients can explore feelings and develop insight into their lives."
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"My goal as a therapist is to provide a caring, confidential setting where the client can make positive changes, develop effective coping skills and improve self- acceptance and self-image. A trusting relationship between client and therapist is a key element for growth. I use a gentle, nurturing approach and provide a non judgmental environment where clients can explore feelings and develop insight into their lives."
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"Are you silently struggling with depression, anxiety, or the effects of trauma/loss? Do you find it difficult to share your feelings with those around you? In a safe and supportive environment I can help you identify your strengths and discover solutions. You can learn techniques that will help you cope and not feel alone and overwhelmed. "
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"Are you silently struggling with depression, anxiety, or the effects of trauma/loss? Do you find it difficult to share your feelings with those around you? In a safe and supportive environment I can help you identify your strengths and discover solutions. You can learn techniques that will help you cope and not feel alone and overwhelmed. "
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"I offer my clients a safe & compassionate environment for exploring the relationships and areas of their lives that are creating pain or causing feelings of limitation. I believe that everyone is unique--each with special gifts and purpose. I will help you get curious about what is going on inside so that you can discover the answers that are waiting for you and access your internal wisdom. You will be held in a nurturing and collaborative environment as we explore and discover the limiting beliefs that are interfering with the joy you deserve. My intention is to support you in creating a stronger relationship with your Self."
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"I offer my clients a safe & compassionate environment for exploring the relationships and areas of their lives that are creating pain or causing feelings of limitation. I believe that everyone is unique--each with special gifts and purpose. I will help you get curious about what is going on inside so that you can discover the answers that are waiting for you and access your internal wisdom. You will be held in a nurturing and collaborative environment as we explore and discover the limiting beliefs that are interfering with the joy you deserve. My intention is to support you in creating a stronger relationship with your Self."
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"Are you afraid that your relationship is not in a good place? Do you find yourself worried a lot? I'd like to help. I know it is very hard for you to go through all the pain and confusion. At first you may have thought the problems in your relationship would just get better with time and on their own. All relationships endure ups and downs ;however this feels different. You can get the love back and reconnect with your partner before its too late. Individual or couples sessions can make a huge difference."
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"Are you afraid that your relationship is not in a good place? Do you find yourself worried a lot? I'd like to help. I know it is very hard for you to go through all the pain and confusion. At first you may have thought the problems in your relationship would just get better with time and on their own. All relationships endure ups and downs ;however this feels different. You can get the love back and reconnect with your partner before its too late. Individual or couples sessions can make a huge difference."
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"My approach to psychotherapy is to provide a warm, safe, and supportive environment where I listen emphatically to help you resolve issues you struggle with. Whether it's navigating life transitions , dealing with complicated relationships, or managing loss, I will help you find a way forward. Although I treat a variety of conditions, I specialize in anxiety and depressive disorders. I see therapy as a collaborative process in which we identify your concerns and goals, and develop a highly personalized treatment approach. "
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"My approach to psychotherapy is to provide a warm, safe, and supportive environment where I listen emphatically to help you resolve issues you struggle with. Whether it's navigating life transitions , dealing with complicated relationships, or managing loss, I will help you find a way forward. Although I treat a variety of conditions, I specialize in anxiety and depressive disorders. I see therapy as a collaborative process in which we identify your concerns and goals, and develop a highly personalized treatment approach. "
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"My approach to therapy is genuine, honest, collaborative and non-judgmental. I aim to provide a safe space for my clients to help them feel comfortable exploring the challenges they encounter. I understand that it can be overwhelming to seek therapy and it is essential that my clients feel understood and supported. It can be difficult to know how to articulate your innermost thoughts and feelings. I work alongside my clients to help them learn coping skills and gain a better awareness of how to communicate their needs directly and when to utilize these tools if they are upset, frustrated, feeling alone or feeling out of control."
(224) 808-3250
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"My approach to therapy is genuine, honest, collaborative and non-judgmental. I aim to provide a safe space for my clients to help them feel comfortable exploring the challenges they encounter. I understand that it can be overwhelming to seek therapy and it is essential that my clients feel understood and supported. It can be difficult to know how to articulate your innermost thoughts and feelings. I work alongside my clients to help them learn coping skills and gain a better awareness of how to communicate their needs directly and when to utilize these tools if they are upset, frustrated, feeling alone or feeling out of control."
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"When children and families struggle to understand one another and high emotions get in the way of daily activities, it can take a toll on the entire family. I work with children and families struggling with issues including behavioral concerns, sibling rivalry, potty training/toilet issues, trauma, relationship concerns, depression and anxiety. I specialize in working with young children and their families to build a strong relationship and help children tackle the tasks and goals asked of them every day."
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"When children and families struggle to understand one another and high emotions get in the way of daily activities, it can take a toll on the entire family. I work with children and families struggling with issues including behavioral concerns, sibling rivalry, potty training/toilet issues, trauma, relationship concerns, depression and anxiety. I specialize in working with young children and their families to build a strong relationship and help children tackle the tasks and goals asked of them every day."
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"After practicing 30+ years, I focus on you as an individual and your specific needs, rather than a diagnosis. I tailor counseling to what you need, with an emphasis on fast symptom relief first. My approach is eclectic, and I have been trained in cognitive-behavioral, family systems and psychodynamic models. I employ what is best for you in helping you. If I am not the right therapist for you, I refer you to someone who is right for you very early in therapy."
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"After practicing 30+ years, I focus on you as an individual and your specific needs, rather than a diagnosis. I tailor counseling to what you need, with an emphasis on fast symptom relief first. My approach is eclectic, and I have been trained in cognitive-behavioral, family systems and psychodynamic models. I employ what is best for you in helping you. If I am not the right therapist for you, I refer you to someone who is right for you very early in therapy."
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"I've always sought mentors to guide me through life's trials, and luckily found many along the way. Now I pass on the sum of their wisdom along with my own. Therapy, a process of healing, happens through shared presence and expanding awareness. It's a safe place where truth can be expressed and pain transformed. We typically cope with pain through distraction, intoxication or denial. Learning to be emotionally sober we can heal our relationships - with ourselves and others. "Process" addictions, loss, trauma and shame are respectfully addressed. Empowerment, clarity, healing and comfort with emotional intimacy are consequences."
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"I've always sought mentors to guide me through life's trials, and luckily found many along the way. Now I pass on the sum of their wisdom along with my own. Therapy, a process of healing, happens through shared presence and expanding awareness. It's a safe place where truth can be expressed and pain transformed. We typically cope with pain through distraction, intoxication or denial. Learning to be emotionally sober we can heal our relationships - with ourselves and others. "Process" addictions, loss, trauma and shame are respectfully addressed. Empowerment, clarity, healing and comfort with emotional intimacy are consequences."
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"Over 20 years of extensive experience with youth and adult clients in a variety of settings (schools, community agencies, and private practice) makes me confident that I can help you with anxiety, mood, trauma, behavior, developmental concerns, adjustment, and family conflict. I have special skill working with dual diagnosis. I am positive, approachable, and build strong relationships with each client to increase positive treatment outcomes. I meet clients where they are and work with them at their own pace. My collaborative approach helps clients explore their own strengths, set goals, and take practical action towards these goals."
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"Over 20 years of extensive experience with youth and adult clients in a variety of settings (schools, community agencies, and private practice) makes me confident that I can help you with anxiety, mood, trauma, behavior, developmental concerns, adjustment, and family conflict. I have special skill working with dual diagnosis. I am positive, approachable, and build strong relationships with each client to increase positive treatment outcomes. I meet clients where they are and work with them at their own pace. My collaborative approach helps clients explore their own strengths, set goals, and take practical action towards these goals."
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"The most important ingredient in a successful therapy experience is the therapy relationship itself. The clients who benefit the most are those who feel understood, respected and cared about, and so are better able to be more genuine and more fully engaged in the process. A basic tenet of my approach is that our fears inhibit the natural tendency within us all to grow and move toward healthier ways of functioning. Individuals who feel safe enough in therapy to face their fears can begin to "digest" their unfinished business and take back control of their lives."
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"The most important ingredient in a successful therapy experience is the therapy relationship itself. The clients who benefit the most are those who feel understood, respected and cared about, and so are better able to be more genuine and more fully engaged in the process. A basic tenet of my approach is that our fears inhibit the natural tendency within us all to grow and move toward healthier ways of functioning. Individuals who feel safe enough in therapy to face their fears can begin to "digest" their unfinished business and take back control of their lives."
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"Physical and mental well-being are inextricably tied to each other in a symbiotic dance that helps maintain our equilibrium and quality of life. Improvements in mental health can accompany improvements in physical health and vice versa. Conversely, declines in either can result in lower levels of overall well-being. This explains how stress, anxiety, and depression can affect the symptoms of gastrointestinal disorders, effect appetite, and alter energy levels. The result can leave you feeling tired, helpless, and searching for ways to feel better."
(314) 736-3750
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"Physical and mental well-being are inextricably tied to each other in a symbiotic dance that helps maintain our equilibrium and quality of life. Improvements in mental health can accompany improvements in physical health and vice versa. Conversely, declines in either can result in lower levels of overall well-being. This explains how stress, anxiety, and depression can affect the symptoms of gastrointestinal disorders, effect appetite, and alter energy levels. The result can leave you feeling tired, helpless, and searching for ways to feel better."
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"In my practice, I specialize in providing therapy to couples, men, and teenage boys, especially those who have been resistant to therapy. Once in therapy, I help individuals and couples devleop new strategies to improve their relationships, become more successful in their career/school, and live more satisfying lives. It is my role to actively help my clients identify the patterns in their lives that keep them stuck and give them solutions to help them change. I feel my style is direct and interactive and that clients are pleased that I do more then "just listen""
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"In my practice, I specialize in providing therapy to couples, men, and teenage boys, especially those who have been resistant to therapy. Once in therapy, I help individuals and couples devleop new strategies to improve their relationships, become more successful in their career/school, and live more satisfying lives. It is my role to actively help my clients identify the patterns in their lives that keep them stuck and give them solutions to help them change. I feel my style is direct and interactive and that clients are pleased that I do more then "just listen""
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"Many of my clients present really well, seem completely put together, and their problems are not immediately apparent to others. Regardless, they have a sense that something is missing or something needs to change. I don't practice from a distance; I bring my whole self into the room in a warm, honest, and supportive way. Whether our engagement is brief and focused, or long-term and in-depth, together we'll identify what gets in the way of your happiness and work collaboratively to achieve your goals. And, I promptly return emails, texts, and phone calls, as long as you leave a message!"
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"Many of my clients present really well, seem completely put together, and their problems are not immediately apparent to others. Regardless, they have a sense that something is missing or something needs to change. I don't practice from a distance; I bring my whole self into the room in a warm, honest, and supportive way. Whether our engagement is brief and focused, or long-term and in-depth, together we'll identify what gets in the way of your happiness and work collaboratively to achieve your goals. And, I promptly return emails, texts, and phone calls, as long as you leave a message!"
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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"I am passionate about creating a partnership to elicit positive change. I specialize in working with early childhood behavioral health challenges, school-aged children, adolescents, young adults, and families exhibiting with a wide range of emotional health symptoms such as anxiety disorders, depression, ADHD, adjustment disorders, parenting issues, and life transitions. I enjoy engaging in play-based therapeutic interventions with younger children and am trained in Sand Tray therapy. My nurturing, empathetic, creative, and warm disposition puts my clients at ease the moment they begin the therapeutic journey. "
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"I am passionate about creating a partnership to elicit positive change. I specialize in working with early childhood behavioral health challenges, school-aged children, adolescents, young adults, and families exhibiting with a wide range of emotional health symptoms such as anxiety disorders, depression, ADHD, adjustment disorders, parenting issues, and life transitions. I enjoy engaging in play-based therapeutic interventions with younger children and am trained in Sand Tray therapy. My nurturing, empathetic, creative, and warm disposition puts my clients at ease the moment they begin the therapeutic journey. "
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"I believe that we all have the tools within ourselves to grow and heal. Using a relational, holistic approach, I help clients discover those tools, develop insight into their struggles, and make meaningful, authentic choices. I provide a warm, empathic, and nonjudgmental space where clients can feel open to self-exploration. I believe that developing self-acceptance also helps us better connect and communicate with those around us. "
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"I believe that we all have the tools within ourselves to grow and heal. Using a relational, holistic approach, I help clients discover those tools, develop insight into their struggles, and make meaningful, authentic choices. I provide a warm, empathic, and nonjudgmental space where clients can feel open to self-exploration. I believe that developing self-acceptance also helps us better connect and communicate with those around us. "

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