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"CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. Problems with concentration can cause difficulties in relationships, career, and health. If you are not reaching your potential in your personal or professional life, despite trying hard to overcome challenges, you may need support. I specialize in working with adults who live with anxiety, ADHD, chronic illness or other issues that can disrupt ability to focus and achieve goals and dreams. My coaching style is practical and down-to-earth. I will support you in re-framing obstacles into opportunities."
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"CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. Problems with concentration can cause difficulties in relationships, career, and health. If you are not reaching your potential in your personal or professional life, despite trying hard to overcome challenges, you may need support. I specialize in working with adults who live with anxiety, ADHD, chronic illness or other issues that can disrupt ability to focus and achieve goals and dreams. My coaching style is practical and down-to-earth. I will support you in re-framing obstacles into opportunities."
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"I am a very caring therapist with many years of individual, couple and family therapy experience. I have worked successfully with very difficult emotional, cognitive and behavioral clients and cases, including: adolescent problem behaviors, couple and family dysfunction, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, personality disorders, gender identity, HIV/AIDS related issues and gerontologically related issues. Ability to help individuals, couples, families identify and correct problem thoughts, behaviors, communications through strong emotional guidance and support to help them make their own ways independently. Many years experience as personal coach and counselor. My therapy office is located in the heart of Lincoln Square in Chicago."
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"I am a very caring therapist with many years of individual, couple and family therapy experience. I have worked successfully with very difficult emotional, cognitive and behavioral clients and cases, including: adolescent problem behaviors, couple and family dysfunction, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, personality disorders, gender identity, HIV/AIDS related issues and gerontologically related issues. Ability to help individuals, couples, families identify and correct problem thoughts, behaviors, communications through strong emotional guidance and support to help them make their own ways independently. Many years experience as personal coach and counselor. My therapy office is located in the heart of Lincoln Square in Chicago."
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"I believe that every person can benefit from receiving counseling at some point in their lives. We all face struggles with achieving our goals, understanding and overcoming our past hurts, or resolving conflict with others. It can be extremely helpful to have a compassionate, objective person to talk to when these issues arise. I truly enjoy developing a caring, supportive relationship with each client. This connection can then be the foundation for facilitating understanding, growth, and positive change. I enjoy working with clients to identify their strengths and develop realistic, achievable goals."
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"I believe that every person can benefit from receiving counseling at some point in their lives. We all face struggles with achieving our goals, understanding and overcoming our past hurts, or resolving conflict with others. It can be extremely helpful to have a compassionate, objective person to talk to when these issues arise. I truly enjoy developing a caring, supportive relationship with each client. This connection can then be the foundation for facilitating understanding, growth, and positive change. I enjoy working with clients to identify their strengths and develop realistic, achievable goals."
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"I work with individuals across the lifespan however my specialties are working with women and health care/mental health professionals. My Ideal clients are interested in deeper, longer-term work, and are open to emotional exploration and mind-body approaches. My areas of specialization include complex issues related to trauma, abuse or neglect, grief, loss, separation, life transition, relationship difficulties, dissociation, emotional regulation, sexuality, body image concerns, and fertility issues. I also have significant experience working with cancer survivors and their families as well as in the area of relational violence."
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"I work with individuals across the lifespan however my specialties are working with women and health care/mental health professionals. My Ideal clients are interested in deeper, longer-term work, and are open to emotional exploration and mind-body approaches. My areas of specialization include complex issues related to trauma, abuse or neglect, grief, loss, separation, life transition, relationship difficulties, dissociation, emotional regulation, sexuality, body image concerns, and fertility issues. I also have significant experience working with cancer survivors and their families as well as in the area of relational violence."
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"I am motivated to help clients find authentic self-expression & new paths for growth. I bring experience in social services supporting clients in harmful relationships, building relational skills & enhancing safety. Being fully seen & understood is a uniquely liberating experience. My emphatic approach, warmth, and attuned listening help create a safe space where you can relax. As you become freer, you become compassionate, ultimately approaching your concerns effectively & more creatively. I am committed to providing services that are trauma-informed, culturally-sensitive, & inclusive of diverse identities, expressions & practices."
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"I am motivated to help clients find authentic self-expression & new paths for growth. I bring experience in social services supporting clients in harmful relationships, building relational skills & enhancing safety. Being fully seen & understood is a uniquely liberating experience. My emphatic approach, warmth, and attuned listening help create a safe space where you can relax. As you become freer, you become compassionate, ultimately approaching your concerns effectively & more creatively. I am committed to providing services that are trauma-informed, culturally-sensitive, & inclusive of diverse identities, expressions & practices."
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""Have you come to a point in your life where you know things need to change but you are not sure how to make that happen? I can help you through a process of change and guide you to a more satisyfying peaceful way of living. I offer a warm safe enviroment where you can take the time and energy to only focus on yourself."
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""Have you come to a point in your life where you know things need to change but you are not sure how to make that happen? I can help you through a process of change and guide you to a more satisyfying peaceful way of living. I offer a warm safe enviroment where you can take the time and energy to only focus on yourself."
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"I enjoy working with people who have come to "stuck places" in their lives. We all have times when we are not able to overcome life circumstances on our own. I work with my clients to unlock those inner resources to help them break through overwhelming circumstances and challenges. Whether you are feeling overwhelmed by emotional issues or are just looking to move your life to a different place, therapy can provide a place of exploration and safety to reach your goals."
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"I enjoy working with people who have come to "stuck places" in their lives. We all have times when we are not able to overcome life circumstances on our own. I work with my clients to unlock those inner resources to help them break through overwhelming circumstances and challenges. Whether you are feeling overwhelmed by emotional issues or are just looking to move your life to a different place, therapy can provide a place of exploration and safety to reach your goals."
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"Taking the first step in finding a therapist can be overwhelming, but finding someone you feel comfortable with can make all the difference! I aim to work with my clients to create a space that is comfortable, non-judgemental, and safe; while still challenging them to make the changes they are looking for. I specialize in therapy with working professionals and adolescents. Although I am comfortable working with many concerns, I am most passionate about providing therapy in areas related to anxiety, depression, codependency, addiction, life transitions, grief/loss, and relationships."
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"Taking the first step in finding a therapist can be overwhelming, but finding someone you feel comfortable with can make all the difference! I aim to work with my clients to create a space that is comfortable, non-judgemental, and safe; while still challenging them to make the changes they are looking for. I specialize in therapy with working professionals and adolescents. Although I am comfortable working with many concerns, I am most passionate about providing therapy in areas related to anxiety, depression, codependency, addiction, life transitions, grief/loss, and relationships."
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"I believe everyone has the capacity to live a meaningful and satisfying life. I work with motivated people who are undergoing major life transitions, coming to terms with painful experiences, seeking clarity or perspective, having difficulties in relationships or work, or feeling stuck in patterns of thinking and behaving that are no longer working."
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"I believe everyone has the capacity to live a meaningful and satisfying life. I work with motivated people who are undergoing major life transitions, coming to terms with painful experiences, seeking clarity or perspective, having difficulties in relationships or work, or feeling stuck in patterns of thinking and behaving that are no longer working."
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"When we don't get along with the people in our daily lives, a person's whole life can suffer. I specialize working with people struggling with relationships, whether romantic, familial or professional. I've learned the client should always be the focus and I am here to service your needs. During our first session, we will identify your most pressing issues and set goals to address them. My approach focuses on quick improvement that can turn into lasting change. I'm knowledgeable in many modalities and able to use whatever approach is needed to help you solve your problems."
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"When we don't get along with the people in our daily lives, a person's whole life can suffer. I specialize working with people struggling with relationships, whether romantic, familial or professional. I've learned the client should always be the focus and I am here to service your needs. During our first session, we will identify your most pressing issues and set goals to address them. My approach focuses on quick improvement that can turn into lasting change. I'm knowledgeable in many modalities and able to use whatever approach is needed to help you solve your problems."
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"Trying to figure out how to overcome daily challenges can be extremely difficult and emotionally overwhelming. My primary goal is to help you become aware of your potential and to overcome personal barriers that have prevented you to achieve your full potential. Together we can work collaboratively to identify strategies and make positive changes in your life that will help you reach your personal goals. "
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"Trying to figure out how to overcome daily challenges can be extremely difficult and emotionally overwhelming. My primary goal is to help you become aware of your potential and to overcome personal barriers that have prevented you to achieve your full potential. Together we can work collaboratively to identify strategies and make positive changes in your life that will help you reach your personal goals. "
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who really enjoys the work I do. Children and adolescents frequently need support improving communication and cooperation and overcoming difficult behaviors and moods. Individuals of all ages and backgrounds commonly benefit from an impartial and nonjudgmental environment in which they can reconnect with their values, strengths and goals. The techniques that I use are most effective with stress, feeling down, frustration, low self-confidence, feeling overwhelmed, relationship struggles, difficultly letting go of past experiences, and with challenging behaviors in children and adolescents."
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who really enjoys the work I do. Children and adolescents frequently need support improving communication and cooperation and overcoming difficult behaviors and moods. Individuals of all ages and backgrounds commonly benefit from an impartial and nonjudgmental environment in which they can reconnect with their values, strengths and goals. The techniques that I use are most effective with stress, feeling down, frustration, low self-confidence, feeling overwhelmed, relationship struggles, difficultly letting go of past experiences, and with challenging behaviors in children and adolescents."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, MSW, LCSW
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"What if the things that make you different are actually your strengths? My clients often come to me feeling worried, depressed, disconnected, or overwhelmed-- sometimes, after they've already been trying for years on their own. In our work together, we help you find relief, self-acceptance, positive change, and real growth by building on your unique strengths. I believe that the therapeutic relationship itself is one of the most valuable tools we have to help you feel centered, empowered, and strong. We all deserve to feel seen and accepted for who we are by someone who cares."
(872) 252-7810
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"What if the things that make you different are actually your strengths? My clients often come to me feeling worried, depressed, disconnected, or overwhelmed-- sometimes, after they've already been trying for years on their own. In our work together, we help you find relief, self-acceptance, positive change, and real growth by building on your unique strengths. I believe that the therapeutic relationship itself is one of the most valuable tools we have to help you feel centered, empowered, and strong. We all deserve to feel seen and accepted for who we are by someone who cares."
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"I work with individuals, couples and families to express their challenges and understand themselves and their relationships in a healthier context. I also offer support during life transitions and crisis so clients are empowered and experience resilience. My approach is humanistic and interpersonal in which we work in the relationship and our relationship helps you gain insight and awareness into your self and patterns. I am supportive and gentle, yet can be challenging and directive when appropriate. I am experienced in conflict resolution in couples and families."
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"I work with individuals, couples and families to express their challenges and understand themselves and their relationships in a healthier context. I also offer support during life transitions and crisis so clients are empowered and experience resilience. My approach is humanistic and interpersonal in which we work in the relationship and our relationship helps you gain insight and awareness into your self and patterns. I am supportive and gentle, yet can be challenging and directive when appropriate. I am experienced in conflict resolution in couples and families."
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"Being human can be tough. We have big old brains that think too much, and emotions that, at times, can feel out of control. Not to mention, our relationships, jobs, health, and identity can all be really complicated, and the world can be really unfair. Whether your distress is relatively new, or you have a long history of dealing with mental health issues, many people have found therapy to be a critical step to feeling better, and reaching their goals."
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"Being human can be tough. We have big old brains that think too much, and emotions that, at times, can feel out of control. Not to mention, our relationships, jobs, health, and identity can all be really complicated, and the world can be really unfair. Whether your distress is relatively new, or you have a long history of dealing with mental health issues, many people have found therapy to be a critical step to feeling better, and reaching their goals."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCPC, LLC
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""Have you every come to a point in your life when you feel stuck? Need someone to listen, emphasize and provide a safe environment where you can be vulnerable?" I will provide you the opportunity to explore and process issues that may keep you in a state of suffering. Learn how to affect change, build relationships, gain confidence and enhance personal growth with my genuine, encouraging and insight-and-action-oriented approach. By supporting and guiding you through crisis, trauma and other hurdles, I can help you develop decision-making skills so that you can become a stronger individual and create positive changes in your life."
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""Have you every come to a point in your life when you feel stuck? Need someone to listen, emphasize and provide a safe environment where you can be vulnerable?" I will provide you the opportunity to explore and process issues that may keep you in a state of suffering. Learn how to affect change, build relationships, gain confidence and enhance personal growth with my genuine, encouraging and insight-and-action-oriented approach. By supporting and guiding you through crisis, trauma and other hurdles, I can help you develop decision-making skills so that you can become a stronger individual and create positive changes in your life."
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"I would definitely say being a psychologist is my calling. I am very passionate about helping others and making a difference in the world, both personally and professionally. My approach to therapy is to help you identify and build off of your internal strengths and help you with the parts of your personality that may be getting in the way of your having a happy and fulfilling life and feeling deeply connected in your relationships."
(773) 639-1094
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"I would definitely say being a psychologist is my calling. I am very passionate about helping others and making a difference in the world, both personally and professionally. My approach to therapy is to help you identify and build off of your internal strengths and help you with the parts of your personality that may be getting in the way of your having a happy and fulfilling life and feeling deeply connected in your relationships."
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"I am both practical and existential in supporting people with anxiety, depression and a wide array of problems (relationship loss, grief, domestic violence, parenting, medical problems or chronic pain, infidelity, job loss, identity issues, trauma, psychosis or other mental illness). This combination comes from experience in emergency room, trauma center and medical floor crisis intervention and Jungian oriented long-term therapy in private practice. I also have experience working with emergency services personnel (Police/Fire/ER) and offer couples therapy. "
(773) 757-5206
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"I am both practical and existential in supporting people with anxiety, depression and a wide array of problems (relationship loss, grief, domestic violence, parenting, medical problems or chronic pain, infidelity, job loss, identity issues, trauma, psychosis or other mental illness). This combination comes from experience in emergency room, trauma center and medical floor crisis intervention and Jungian oriented long-term therapy in private practice. I also have experience working with emergency services personnel (Police/Fire/ER) and offer couples therapy. "
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"Have you been feeling down or worried, and wonder “How can I feel better”? Maybe you want to feel more connected with others and learn more about yourself. You may have reached a point of wanting to become “unstuck” and work on things you have never addressed before. We often experience seasons in our lives where we seek change- whether it is with ourselves, our relationships, or work. Changes begin with a first step, so thank you for considering me to support you on your journey!"
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"Have you been feeling down or worried, and wonder “How can I feel better”? Maybe you want to feel more connected with others and learn more about yourself. You may have reached a point of wanting to become “unstuck” and work on things you have never addressed before. We often experience seasons in our lives where we seek change- whether it is with ourselves, our relationships, or work. Changes begin with a first step, so thank you for considering me to support you on your journey!"
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"Crises are often opportunities in disguise and the goal is to seize such opportunities to grow. I have practiced for over 15 years and successfully helped multiple clients meet such goal. I incorporate evidence-based techniques in a holistic framework and my treatment is conducted in a respectful and supportive atmosphere. Besides symptom alleviation, I also aim to enhance clients' growth in the context of neuroplasticity (yes, brain can still grow!!!) so as to develop new neural connections in the brain to bring forth the desired changes. When such connections are made, changes are solidified to attain a better living."
(773) 242-6224
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"Crises are often opportunities in disguise and the goal is to seize such opportunities to grow. I have practiced for over 15 years and successfully helped multiple clients meet such goal. I incorporate evidence-based techniques in a holistic framework and my treatment is conducted in a respectful and supportive atmosphere. Besides symptom alleviation, I also aim to enhance clients' growth in the context of neuroplasticity (yes, brain can still grow!!!) so as to develop new neural connections in the brain to bring forth the desired changes. When such connections are made, changes are solidified to attain a better living."

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