Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
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"I believe that successful therapy begins with finding the right therapist - sometimes a daunting task. I understand that everyone has their unique story, and I am here to listen compassionately and non-judgementally. I genuinely enjoy helping clients to identify changes they want to make and supporting them in taking effective steps toward those changes. I am transparent in giving clients my professional opinions, but first and foremost I listen."
(301) 679-7896
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"I believe that successful therapy begins with finding the right therapist - sometimes a daunting task. I understand that everyone has their unique story, and I am here to listen compassionately and non-judgementally. I genuinely enjoy helping clients to identify changes they want to make and supporting them in taking effective steps toward those changes. I am transparent in giving clients my professional opinions, but first and foremost I listen."
Amie Bilson, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, RN, LPC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Imagine you’re lost alone in the woods with a broken compass, an overweight backpack, and holes in your boots. You think, “How can I continue like this?”, “What’s the point?”, “Does anyone even care?” You’re exhausted, fearful and lonely. I want you to know that you do not need to travel alone. There is hope to surprise the weary. We all need a safe place along the journey to set down our backpacks and rest, recover, regain our strength, and reflect upon where we’ve been, where we’re going, and how best to continue."
(312) 553-0577
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"Imagine you’re lost alone in the woods with a broken compass, an overweight backpack, and holes in your boots. You think, “How can I continue like this?”, “What’s the point?”, “Does anyone even care?” You’re exhausted, fearful and lonely. I want you to know that you do not need to travel alone. There is hope to surprise the weary. We all need a safe place along the journey to set down our backpacks and rest, recover, regain our strength, and reflect upon where we’ve been, where we’re going, and how best to continue."
Olivia Chavez, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Making the decision to come to therapy is courageous and can be a step into acknowledging suffering and connecting with yourself. I also recognize that it can be scary, and unfamiliar. My approach to therapy is collaborative; working together to explore, understand and change experiences so that one can experience life in a meaningful way. I have experience working with a variety of concerns, and focus on creating a therapeutic space where one can safely discover and express their authenticity. Therapy can help in emotional expression, self-reflection and the freedom to engage in self-compassion and empowerment."
(773) 303-6031
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"Making the decision to come to therapy is courageous and can be a step into acknowledging suffering and connecting with yourself. I also recognize that it can be scary, and unfamiliar. My approach to therapy is collaborative; working together to explore, understand and change experiences so that one can experience life in a meaningful way. I have experience working with a variety of concerns, and focus on creating a therapeutic space where one can safely discover and express their authenticity. Therapy can help in emotional expression, self-reflection and the freedom to engage in self-compassion and empowerment."
Chicago Mindful Psychotherapy, Audrey Rose
MA
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"My approach to therapy is a thoughtful look into the relationship between self and others. Therapy is a place to explore what has worked, failed, and what is still unknown in our lives. I am driven to create close and genuine connections with the individuals who frequent my office, no matter what the circumstances. I believe that you are the wisest healer of your life; I am here to listen, guide, and support you along the way. "
(312) 606-7379
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"My approach to therapy is a thoughtful look into the relationship between self and others. Therapy is a place to explore what has worked, failed, and what is still unknown in our lives. I am driven to create close and genuine connections with the individuals who frequent my office, no matter what the circumstances. I believe that you are the wisest healer of your life; I am here to listen, guide, and support you along the way. "
Jacqueline Baron, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in working with students and working professionals (20-40) who struggle with addiction, anxiety, depression, career concerns, relationship struggles, perfectionism, shame, family of origin issues, work/life balance, difficulties communication, compulsive eating, process addictions (workaholism, spending, shopping, internet usage), women who experience anxiety around pregnancy experiences, parenting, and life transitions. "
(312) 553-0386
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"I specialize in working with students and working professionals (20-40) who struggle with addiction, anxiety, depression, career concerns, relationship struggles, perfectionism, shame, family of origin issues, work/life balance, difficulties communication, compulsive eating, process addictions (workaholism, spending, shopping, internet usage), women who experience anxiety around pregnancy experiences, parenting, and life transitions. "
Gina Shropshire, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe psychotherapy can help a person develop increased insight and self-awareness leading to greater freedom and a wider range of choices about how to live. By engaging you in a psychotherapeutic dialogue I hope to help you understand yourself better so you can live creatively, authentically and meaningfully. My clients are adolescent and adult individuals, couples and groups who are seeking to understand themselves better so they can live more authentic, happier lives."
(708) 315-2180
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"I believe psychotherapy can help a person develop increased insight and self-awareness leading to greater freedom and a wider range of choices about how to live. By engaging you in a psychotherapeutic dialogue I hope to help you understand yourself better so you can live creatively, authentically and meaningfully. My clients are adolescent and adult individuals, couples and groups who are seeking to understand themselves better so they can live more authentic, happier lives."
Benjamin Schwartz, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I feel privileged to be a psychologist and my therapeutic style reflects this appreciation. Building a trusting, collaborative relationship is at the forefront of my work, though I'm aware this looks differently with each of my clients. I see the process of change as occurring in the context of the therapeutic relationship and by exploring patterns that may be preventing one from living a fulfilling existence. Through the discovery of these patterns, we can begin to understand how to live life more genuinely. I incorporate various therapeutic approaches and interventions, which speaks to our unique needs."
(312) 548-9356
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"I feel privileged to be a psychologist and my therapeutic style reflects this appreciation. Building a trusting, collaborative relationship is at the forefront of my work, though I'm aware this looks differently with each of my clients. I see the process of change as occurring in the context of the therapeutic relationship and by exploring patterns that may be preventing one from living a fulfilling existence. Through the discovery of these patterns, we can begin to understand how to live life more genuinely. I incorporate various therapeutic approaches and interventions, which speaks to our unique needs."
Laurel Spindel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe in the capacity of the human spirit to grow and change and that psychotherapy is a powerful means for this kind of transformation. As a therapist, you will experience me as a keen observer, helping you to explore and identify patterns in your life and picking up on feelings and emotions that might be hard for you to make contact with. I make use of my creativity and yours to help you see things in a new light and to notice ways of being and coping that aren’t working anymore. I am known for my innate curiosity, intellectual agility and emotional intelligence."
(312) 553-9368
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"I believe in the capacity of the human spirit to grow and change and that psychotherapy is a powerful means for this kind of transformation. As a therapist, you will experience me as a keen observer, helping you to explore and identify patterns in your life and picking up on feelings and emotions that might be hard for you to make contact with. I make use of my creativity and yours to help you see things in a new light and to notice ways of being and coping that aren’t working anymore. I am known for my innate curiosity, intellectual agility and emotional intelligence."
DukhNiwaran Khalsa
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am honored to sit in the space with my clients. I specialize in working with adults and emerging adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, low self-esteem, poor body image, relationship struggles, family of origin issues, struggles with sexuality and gender identity, perfectionism, shame, career dissatisfaction and satisfaction, spirituality and spiritual trauma."
(312) 553-0544
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"I am honored to sit in the space with my clients. I specialize in working with adults and emerging adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, low self-esteem, poor body image, relationship struggles, family of origin issues, struggles with sexuality and gender identity, perfectionism, shame, career dissatisfaction and satisfaction, spirituality and spiritual trauma."
Nicole Wahlert, LLC, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LCPC, CADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"During my past 18 years as a therapist I've worked with several clients with a variety of presenting problems, including anxiety and depression, chemical dependency, emotional abuse, sex addiction, codependency, eating disorders, and childhood trauma. I offer a supportive, confidential and safe place for you, your partner, spouse and/or family to work through obstacles, struggles, and current/past traumas to find success. It is my role to respect your values and the goal you set out to reach in therapy."
(847) 558-1940
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"During my past 18 years as a therapist I've worked with several clients with a variety of presenting problems, including anxiety and depression, chemical dependency, emotional abuse, sex addiction, codependency, eating disorders, and childhood trauma. I offer a supportive, confidential and safe place for you, your partner, spouse and/or family to work through obstacles, struggles, and current/past traumas to find success. It is my role to respect your values and the goal you set out to reach in therapy."
Charles Alex Parlette
MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have seen the positive healing effects of counseling not only in my personal life, but in the life of my clients. Everyone is unique and has their own highs and lows, and I love being with people when they are in both spaces. I want everyone that I work with to feel like they are understood, heard, and that they matter. I strive to be able to provide a space for everyone to grow into their best self."
(312) 553-0403 x704
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"I have seen the positive healing effects of counseling not only in my personal life, but in the life of my clients. Everyone is unique and has their own highs and lows, and I love being with people when they are in both spaces. I want everyone that I work with to feel like they are understood, heard, and that they matter. I strive to be able to provide a space for everyone to grow into their best self."
Tracy Bisterfeldt, Psychologist
Psychologist, Psy.D.
Verified by Psychology Today
"People engage in therapy for a multitude of reasons. Maybe you are experiencing pain or discomfort- a signal that something requires your attention. Perhaps you're sensing some incongruence in your life, and need a space to tune in. We all get stressed and overwhelmed at times, but if we do not attend to those cues, we can end up causing ourselves more pain in the long-run. Or worse, suffering. Whatever led you here, I encourage you to try and view it as an opportunity for personal growth and development. Sometimes that can be hard to navigate independently; I can help."
(312) 425-2928
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"People engage in therapy for a multitude of reasons. Maybe you are experiencing pain or discomfort- a signal that something requires your attention. Perhaps you're sensing some incongruence in your life, and need a space to tune in. We all get stressed and overwhelmed at times, but if we do not attend to those cues, we can end up causing ourselves more pain in the long-run. Or worse, suffering. Whatever led you here, I encourage you to try and view it as an opportunity for personal growth and development. Sometimes that can be hard to navigate independently; I can help."
Santiago Delboy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MBA, S-PSB
Verified by Psychology Today
"You deserve to be seen, to have a voice, to trust in your own feelings, to believe that your reality is valid. You deserve to be heard, understood and accepted without judgments or expectations, so that you can live as a whole person. Whether you feel sad, afraid, hurt, angry, ashamed, guilty, hopeless, alone, lost, stuck, numb, or something else, all your feelings are welcomed. I believe they are valid, normal, and understandable parts of what makes you human. It is in the secure, trusting and non-judgmental relationship we will develop, where your feelings will be processed, your experiences understood, and healing and hope found."
(312) 313-6495
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"You deserve to be seen, to have a voice, to trust in your own feelings, to believe that your reality is valid. You deserve to be heard, understood and accepted without judgments or expectations, so that you can live as a whole person. Whether you feel sad, afraid, hurt, angry, ashamed, guilty, hopeless, alone, lost, stuck, numb, or something else, all your feelings are welcomed. I believe they are valid, normal, and understandable parts of what makes you human. It is in the secure, trusting and non-judgmental relationship we will develop, where your feelings will be processed, your experiences understood, and healing and hope found."
Kenneth W James, Counselor
Counselor, PhD, IAAP, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I use an interactive style when doing therapy, guiding and empowering clients to trust the wisdom received from the unconscious, and to use that wisdom with awareness. In this way, we facilitate the individuation process together. Individuation continually returns the individual identity--the Ego--to a healthy intimacy with the Self, the core of our being. By companioning you as you deepen your relationship to the Self and the archetypes, our therapeutic alliance can help sustain a vibrant, healthy and genuine presence in life."
(773) 432-7017
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"I use an interactive style when doing therapy, guiding and empowering clients to trust the wisdom received from the unconscious, and to use that wisdom with awareness. In this way, we facilitate the individuation process together. Individuation continually returns the individual identity--the Ego--to a healthy intimacy with the Self, the core of our being. By companioning you as you deepen your relationship to the Self and the archetypes, our therapeutic alliance can help sustain a vibrant, healthy and genuine presence in life."
Daniel Pak
MA, LPC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"In many moments during our life, we can feel trapped, lost, or in pain. In our deeper valleys, we can feel ashamed, angry, or hopeless. Sometimes we do not even know what we feel other than that we are simply overwhelmed. Sadly, we do not always have the help or the resources to get through these downs due to various circumstances in our life. Therapy is not a fix-all solution to our problems, but it can be the catalyst to taking steps out of what can feel like a bottomless pit. I hope that I can be a steadfast presence for support through whatever you are experiencing and help you find your path through the darkest of days."
(312) 626-5546
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"In many moments during our life, we can feel trapped, lost, or in pain. In our deeper valleys, we can feel ashamed, angry, or hopeless. Sometimes we do not even know what we feel other than that we are simply overwhelmed. Sadly, we do not always have the help or the resources to get through these downs due to various circumstances in our life. Therapy is not a fix-all solution to our problems, but it can be the catalyst to taking steps out of what can feel like a bottomless pit. I hope that I can be a steadfast presence for support through whatever you are experiencing and help you find your path through the darkest of days."
Tesa Emmart, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCPC, SEP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in treating the issues that arise from unresolved trauma or difficult life experiences. My goal is to support and empower my clients by using an integrative and collaborative stance, incorporating my background in psychodynamic psychotherapy with body-centered and mindfulness-based techniques. It is my hope that by equipping my clients with the skills to develop their own self-awareness, self-compassion, clarity, and peace, they can go on to experience more meaningful and fulfilling lives."
(773) 840-0417
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"I specialize in treating the issues that arise from unresolved trauma or difficult life experiences. My goal is to support and empower my clients by using an integrative and collaborative stance, incorporating my background in psychodynamic psychotherapy with body-centered and mindfulness-based techniques. It is my hope that by equipping my clients with the skills to develop their own self-awareness, self-compassion, clarity, and peace, they can go on to experience more meaningful and fulfilling lives."
Elaine Belsito, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Oftentimes, people come to therapy because they feel stuck in patterns that they can't shake, despite their best efforts--this may be creating symptoms of anxiety, depression, or relationship issues. I provide a safe, focused environment that allows my clients to explore themselves, their relationships, and their experiences in the world. I also offer special sensitivity to how cultural, racial, and societal issues affect an individual's life. The process is aimed at allowing people to clarify their own goals and move toward them, and to discover new ways of approaching life's challenges while becoming more aware of their personal values and needs."
(312) 313-3139
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"Oftentimes, people come to therapy because they feel stuck in patterns that they can't shake, despite their best efforts--this may be creating symptoms of anxiety, depression, or relationship issues. I provide a safe, focused environment that allows my clients to explore themselves, their relationships, and their experiences in the world. I also offer special sensitivity to how cultural, racial, and societal issues affect an individual's life. The process is aimed at allowing people to clarify their own goals and move toward them, and to discover new ways of approaching life's challenges while becoming more aware of their personal values and needs."
Emily Heilman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in working with individuals and couples adjusting to parenthood, postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, infertility, pregnancy loss & birth trauma. Does it feel as if you've lost your 'self' in the wonderful gift and tremendous struggle of becoming a mom? Maybe you've been feeling overwhelmed by the deep sadness, ever-present fatigue and irritability of postpartum depression. The roller coaster of emotions that accompanies fertility. Or the restlessness, scary thoughts (we ALL have them) secret fears and blinding rage of postpartum anxiety. Perhaps you are deep in grief after a miscarriage. Or healing from birth."
(312) 553-0536
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"I specialize in working with individuals and couples adjusting to parenthood, postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, infertility, pregnancy loss & birth trauma. Does it feel as if you've lost your 'self' in the wonderful gift and tremendous struggle of becoming a mom? Maybe you've been feeling overwhelmed by the deep sadness, ever-present fatigue and irritability of postpartum depression. The roller coaster of emotions that accompanies fertility. Or the restlessness, scary thoughts (we ALL have them) secret fears and blinding rage of postpartum anxiety. Perhaps you are deep in grief after a miscarriage. Or healing from birth."
Alexandra Hoerr, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCPC, RPT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I help women and men who are hurting, angry, and struggling to find their way through life's challenges, to create real and lasting change. Maybe you find it difficult to reach out for help or feel you should be able to manage your own problems, but I know it can be frustrating and demoralizing when real change remains elusive. I will work with you to more fully understand the roots of the issues at hand and collaboratively find resolution and greater freedom."
(855) 338-1135
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"I help women and men who are hurting, angry, and struggling to find their way through life's challenges, to create real and lasting change. Maybe you find it difficult to reach out for help or feel you should be able to manage your own problems, but I know it can be frustrating and demoralizing when real change remains elusive. I will work with you to more fully understand the roots of the issues at hand and collaboratively find resolution and greater freedom."
Clair Miller
MA, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"There is hope and healing; even though it might not feel like it. I have experience working with children, teens, and young adults dealing with everything from anxiety and relationship issues to trauma and sexual abuse. It would be a privilege to work with you or your child towards healing, tailoring the counseling process to best fit your needs."
(312) 471-0315 x705
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"There is hope and healing; even though it might not feel like it. I have experience working with children, teens, and young adults dealing with everything from anxiety and relationship issues to trauma and sexual abuse. It would be a privilege to work with you or your child towards healing, tailoring the counseling process to best fit your needs."

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