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"I work with individuals, couples, and families to address a range of concerns including mood disorders, eating disorders, complex trauma and substance use. My specialties include working with youth & adults to address substance use and self-harm, working with illness and chronic pain, grief and loss with a focus on cancer and the journey post treatment as well as problematic gambling and its effects on family. My role as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) is to be an objective guide and source of support to the people I am working with; A voice to help clarify goals and make changes that have often felt out of reach."
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"I work with individuals, couples, and families to address a range of concerns including mood disorders, eating disorders, complex trauma and substance use. My specialties include working with youth & adults to address substance use and self-harm, working with illness and chronic pain, grief and loss with a focus on cancer and the journey post treatment as well as problematic gambling and its effects on family. My role as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) is to be an objective guide and source of support to the people I am working with; A voice to help clarify goals and make changes that have often felt out of reach."
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"The author J. K. Rowling stated: 'To hurt is as human as to breathe.' The good news is this: your pain doesn't have to last forever--there is a way through it. Every person's process of healing and growth is unique, and I draw from multiple therapeutic models to help my clients experience deep, lasting--and ongoing--healing. I've taken this journey myself, and I look forward to accompanying you as you take yours. "
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"The author J. K. Rowling stated: 'To hurt is as human as to breathe.' The good news is this: your pain doesn't have to last forever--there is a way through it. Every person's process of healing and growth is unique, and I draw from multiple therapeutic models to help my clients experience deep, lasting--and ongoing--healing. I've taken this journey myself, and I look forward to accompanying you as you take yours. "
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"Initiating a phone call or e-mail to a therapist can feel intimidating, and takes a great deal of courage. The benefits, however, are immeasurable. By effectively utilizing the therapeutic relationship, I provide a warm, supportive environment where clients can comfortably express their true, authentic selves and gain the skills needed to manage painful emotions and difficult relationships. My treatment approach utilizes evidence-based practices, such as dialectical behavioral therapy (“DBT”), as well as acceptance and commitment therapy (“ACT”), in addition to a relational psychotherapeutic approach."
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"Initiating a phone call or e-mail to a therapist can feel intimidating, and takes a great deal of courage. The benefits, however, are immeasurable. By effectively utilizing the therapeutic relationship, I provide a warm, supportive environment where clients can comfortably express their true, authentic selves and gain the skills needed to manage painful emotions and difficult relationships. My treatment approach utilizes evidence-based practices, such as dialectical behavioral therapy (“DBT”), as well as acceptance and commitment therapy (“ACT”), in addition to a relational psychotherapeutic approach."
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"As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, I believe that my essential role in the therapeutic setting is to encourage and empower my clients to push past fear and shame and move towards a values-driven life."
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"As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, I believe that my essential role in the therapeutic setting is to encourage and empower my clients to push past fear and shame and move towards a values-driven life."
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"I have experience working with clients that have addictions, substance abuse issues, anxiety, depression, co-dependency, life changes/transitions, relationship issues, divorce, infertility, women's issues, mood disorders, and self-injury. I believe in identifying client's strengths to assist in a healthier lifestyle. Much of my therapy style is through CBT, cognitive behavioral therapy. I provide a safe environment of compassion and understanding of where each client is as an individual."
(312) 626-4859
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"I have experience working with clients that have addictions, substance abuse issues, anxiety, depression, co-dependency, life changes/transitions, relationship issues, divorce, infertility, women's issues, mood disorders, and self-injury. I believe in identifying client's strengths to assist in a healthier lifestyle. Much of my therapy style is through CBT, cognitive behavioral therapy. I provide a safe environment of compassion and understanding of where each client is as an individual."
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"Perhaps you feel a longing to be part of things but you don't feel like you are good enough to participate. Or, you feel unworthy of love and connection. Maybe you are drinking, using drugs, or taking more and more of your prescribed medication and still feeling awful. Your time is consumed with shopping, gambling, or playing video games and it is interfering with your relationships, leaving you unavailable for the important people in your life. Your life just is not where you want it to be. "
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"Perhaps you feel a longing to be part of things but you don't feel like you are good enough to participate. Or, you feel unworthy of love and connection. Maybe you are drinking, using drugs, or taking more and more of your prescribed medication and still feeling awful. Your time is consumed with shopping, gambling, or playing video games and it is interfering with your relationships, leaving you unavailable for the important people in your life. Your life just is not where you want it to be. "
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"I have experience counseling adults, adolescents, individuals, families, and couples, presenting with issues related to depression, anxiety, self-injury, process addictions, obsessive and compulsive disorders, relationship concerns and co-occurring addiction concerns. I have dedicated my career to working with, and treating, a variety of populations, and cultures. My work focuses on mentoring and fostering growth in everyone to overcome relationship struggles, mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, and addiction."
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"I have experience counseling adults, adolescents, individuals, families, and couples, presenting with issues related to depression, anxiety, self-injury, process addictions, obsessive and compulsive disorders, relationship concerns and co-occurring addiction concerns. I have dedicated my career to working with, and treating, a variety of populations, and cultures. My work focuses on mentoring and fostering growth in everyone to overcome relationship struggles, mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, and addiction."
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"It is often difficult to ask for support in the face of life’s challenges, and I appreciate you taking this step! I work with young adults and adults experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, life transitions, and identity and self-esteem concerns, among others. My goal is to create a comfortable and safe space where we work collaboratively to help you face those challenges and make the changes you desire to live a more fulfilling life. We all have vulnerabilities, and strengths we often don’t realize. I therefore work with my clients to build on their strengths and resilience, and develop self-compassion. "
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"It is often difficult to ask for support in the face of life’s challenges, and I appreciate you taking this step! I work with young adults and adults experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, life transitions, and identity and self-esteem concerns, among others. My goal is to create a comfortable and safe space where we work collaboratively to help you face those challenges and make the changes you desire to live a more fulfilling life. We all have vulnerabilities, and strengths we often don’t realize. I therefore work with my clients to build on their strengths and resilience, and develop self-compassion. "
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"It is my wish to establish a safe and grounding atmosphere where my clients can authentically express themselves. I truly believe in the powerful effects of engaging in an empathic and non-judgmental therapeutic alliance. This alliance is built on a foundation of mutual respect and trust which will enable you to continue on your journey with new found insight, growth, and learning. You will find that my person centered approach is based on understanding you as an individual and utilizing that understanding to promote self-satisfaction, esteem, and awareness. I provide individual, couples, group and family therapy."
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"It is my wish to establish a safe and grounding atmosphere where my clients can authentically express themselves. I truly believe in the powerful effects of engaging in an empathic and non-judgmental therapeutic alliance. This alliance is built on a foundation of mutual respect and trust which will enable you to continue on your journey with new found insight, growth, and learning. You will find that my person centered approach is based on understanding you as an individual and utilizing that understanding to promote self-satisfaction, esteem, and awareness. I provide individual, couples, group and family therapy."
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"Colleen Seville maintains a private practice in Chicago, Illinois as a therapist specializing in adult psychotherapy. Colleen is a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist. Her treatment approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. She incorporates a blend of conventional and alternatives approaches, drawing upon a variety of styles and techniques to incorporate what will be the most helpful for each client."
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"Colleen Seville maintains a private practice in Chicago, Illinois as a therapist specializing in adult psychotherapy. Colleen is a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist. Her treatment approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. She incorporates a blend of conventional and alternatives approaches, drawing upon a variety of styles and techniques to incorporate what will be the most helpful for each client."
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"I work with a wide range of clients dealing with issues related to depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, grief/loss, anger management, young adult issues, women's issues, mood disorders, self-injury, identity, life changes/transitions, relationship difficulties, work/life balance, and empowerment. I can be a part of driving your change forward as we explore your goals, build a firm commitment to your future, and take the power back in your life to make and maintain those changes."
(312) 548-6354
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"I work with a wide range of clients dealing with issues related to depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, grief/loss, anger management, young adult issues, women's issues, mood disorders, self-injury, identity, life changes/transitions, relationship difficulties, work/life balance, and empowerment. I can be a part of driving your change forward as we explore your goals, build a firm commitment to your future, and take the power back in your life to make and maintain those changes."
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"David Shein uses a collaborative, compassionate, and strengths-based approach, with each of his clients. When developing a treatment plan, David believes in leveraging a client’s self-knowledge, and will always meet clients where they are emotionally, cognitively, physically and spiritually. David incorporates critical thinking, humor, music, literature, media, and sports in his therapeutic work, and integrates a variety of evidenced-based treatment interventions to address behavioral health issues, including: Motivational Interviewing; CBT; Twelve-Step Facilitation Therapy; and Acceptance Commitment Therapy."
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"David Shein uses a collaborative, compassionate, and strengths-based approach, with each of his clients. When developing a treatment plan, David believes in leveraging a client’s self-knowledge, and will always meet clients where they are emotionally, cognitively, physically and spiritually. David incorporates critical thinking, humor, music, literature, media, and sports in his therapeutic work, and integrates a variety of evidenced-based treatment interventions to address behavioral health issues, including: Motivational Interviewing; CBT; Twelve-Step Facilitation Therapy; and Acceptance Commitment Therapy."
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"Along the journey through life challenges are inevitable and there aren't always easy or clear answers about why things happen and what to do about them. We want our lives and life itself to have value, meaning and purpose; and finding or creating these things for ourselves can be confusing, frustrating and even scary. However, finding our deeper reason(s) in life can also be rewarding, exciting and empowering experience that provides the hope, courage, strength and tenacity needed to face challenges in life. Having the courage to begin this process and asking for support along the way doesn't mean you're weak, it makes you strong!"
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"Along the journey through life challenges are inevitable and there aren't always easy or clear answers about why things happen and what to do about them. We want our lives and life itself to have value, meaning and purpose; and finding or creating these things for ourselves can be confusing, frustrating and even scary. However, finding our deeper reason(s) in life can also be rewarding, exciting and empowering experience that provides the hope, courage, strength and tenacity needed to face challenges in life. Having the courage to begin this process and asking for support along the way doesn't mean you're weak, it makes you strong!"
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"I believe that we all have the capacity to heal ourselves. At sometime in our life we all suffer - this comes with being a human being. Because of this reality we all have to develop ways to cope with and heal that suffering, and we often cannot do this in isolation. Psychotherapy can be understood as a healing ritual, in which we create a space that allows for new perception to occur. By identifying patterns that are not helpful or working in a person's life, we can better understand where changes need to be made."
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"I believe that we all have the capacity to heal ourselves. At sometime in our life we all suffer - this comes with being a human being. Because of this reality we all have to develop ways to cope with and heal that suffering, and we often cannot do this in isolation. Psychotherapy can be understood as a healing ritual, in which we create a space that allows for new perception to occur. By identifying patterns that are not helpful or working in a person's life, we can better understand where changes need to be made."
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"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) committed to working with individuals, couples, and families. My specialties include treating relationship/marital issues, work-life balance issues, career transitions, communication issues, anxiety, and depression. Whether it is the desire to repair and strengthen the relationship with yourself and others, balance the intersection of your work and home life, manage anxious symptoms that inhibit you, or tackle depressive thoughts, I collaborate with you to implement quality strategies that lead to feeling more free, connected, and able to unlock your full potential."
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"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) committed to working with individuals, couples, and families. My specialties include treating relationship/marital issues, work-life balance issues, career transitions, communication issues, anxiety, and depression. Whether it is the desire to repair and strengthen the relationship with yourself and others, balance the intersection of your work and home life, manage anxious symptoms that inhibit you, or tackle depressive thoughts, I collaborate with you to implement quality strategies that lead to feeling more free, connected, and able to unlock your full potential."
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"I believe that as humans we are not defined by our challenges. We are capable of growth, change, and writing our own narrative. I have experience assisting individuals struggling with anxiety, relationship difficulties, work stress, chronic illness, boundary setting, and trauma in writing a new story. I am also passionate about working with those who have experienced brain injury and their loved ones. The emotional impact of brain injury on individuals and families does not have to be invisible."
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"I believe that as humans we are not defined by our challenges. We are capable of growth, change, and writing our own narrative. I have experience assisting individuals struggling with anxiety, relationship difficulties, work stress, chronic illness, boundary setting, and trauma in writing a new story. I am also passionate about working with those who have experienced brain injury and their loved ones. The emotional impact of brain injury on individuals and families does not have to be invisible."
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"Sometimes I feel lonely in a crowd, even in a crowd of my friends. Sometimes I feel like nothing I do will ever be good enough. Sometimes when I walk into a room, I try to avoid eye contact for fear that I will be seen, yet deep inside, all I want is for someone to actually see me. Does this describe you? If so, you are not the only one. A lot of people feel this way, especially those who have experienced difficult childhoods. No matter how successful they may appear on the outside, it's hard to shake the "I'm not enough feeling." Can you relate?"
(312) 836-4347
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"Sometimes I feel lonely in a crowd, even in a crowd of my friends. Sometimes I feel like nothing I do will ever be good enough. Sometimes when I walk into a room, I try to avoid eye contact for fear that I will be seen, yet deep inside, all I want is for someone to actually see me. Does this describe you? If so, you are not the only one. A lot of people feel this way, especially those who have experienced difficult childhoods. No matter how successful they may appear on the outside, it's hard to shake the "I'm not enough feeling." Can you relate?"
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, CIP
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has worked in the addiction and mental health field for over a decade. I offer Counseling and Coaching Services to individuals and couples who are interested in personal growth. I believe in treating the whole person, because integrating the mind, the body and the community are essential in optimizing a person's quality of life. From complex trauma, addiction to learning everyday life skills, I try to help individuals find strength and acceptance to overcome painful emotions. I strive for each client to leave sessions feeling empowered and confident in their abilities."
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has worked in the addiction and mental health field for over a decade. I offer Counseling and Coaching Services to individuals and couples who are interested in personal growth. I believe in treating the whole person, because integrating the mind, the body and the community are essential in optimizing a person's quality of life. From complex trauma, addiction to learning everyday life skills, I try to help individuals find strength and acceptance to overcome painful emotions. I strive for each client to leave sessions feeling empowered and confident in their abilities."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
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"I specialize in working with a wide range of clients dealing with issues related to depression, anxiety, addiction, bipolar disorder, trauma, anger management, identity, life changes/transitions, relationship difficulties, and work/life balance. My goal is to make you feel safe and comfortable discussing and creating the life that you want to be living."
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"I specialize in working with a wide range of clients dealing with issues related to depression, anxiety, addiction, bipolar disorder, trauma, anger management, identity, life changes/transitions, relationship difficulties, and work/life balance. My goal is to make you feel safe and comfortable discussing and creating the life that you want to be living."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
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"Are you in a place where you feel the need to make changes in your life to improve your happiness and overall well-being? Maybe it's addressing your social drug/alcohol use, or wondering why you feel stuck, and feel the need to explore your intrinsic wants/needs. I believe there's an importance in empowering one's spirit, identifying blocks, and in learning new skills to strengthen one's ability to make wanted changes. I focus on enhancing existing strengths, encouraging mindfulness, and building coping skills to support these changes."
(872) 395-6223
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"Are you in a place where you feel the need to make changes in your life to improve your happiness and overall well-being? Maybe it's addressing your social drug/alcohol use, or wondering why you feel stuck, and feel the need to explore your intrinsic wants/needs. I believe there's an importance in empowering one's spirit, identifying blocks, and in learning new skills to strengthen one's ability to make wanted changes. I focus on enhancing existing strengths, encouraging mindfulness, and building coping skills to support these changes."

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