Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, Psy.D.
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all have areas of growth and great strengths. My approach to therapy honors your strengths and uses them to enhance personal growth. I have a passion for working with people who experience issues related to identity, life transitions, depression, anxiety, and relationships. I want to assist in helping you reach your goals and long-term emotional health. I have experience working with diverse communities in a variety of mental health settings. I specialize in working with those who identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community and have additional specialized experience working with those who have experienced trauma."
Bisexual
(312) 516-2331
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"We all have areas of growth and great strengths. My approach to therapy honors your strengths and uses them to enhance personal growth. I have a passion for working with people who experience issues related to identity, life transitions, depression, anxiety, and relationships. I want to assist in helping you reach your goals and long-term emotional health. I have experience working with diverse communities in a variety of mental health settings. I specialize in working with those who identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community and have additional specialized experience working with those who have experienced trauma."
Robert Aber, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello! Effective psychotherapy helps people make meaningful changes that improve their lives. A good therapist should, first and foremost, be able to help you reduce the immediate distress that has pushed you to look for treatment. Once that initial relief is accomplished, the way is then cleared to focus on the bigger-picture of your life: your beliefs and feelings about yourself and others, your interpersonal style, the usual ways in which you protect yourself from getting hurt, the influence of your childhood experiences, and many other factors, all with the aim of facilitating lasting improvements in quality of life."
Bisexual
(312) 489-5662
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"Hello! Effective psychotherapy helps people make meaningful changes that improve their lives. A good therapist should, first and foremost, be able to help you reduce the immediate distress that has pushed you to look for treatment. Once that initial relief is accomplished, the way is then cleared to focus on the bigger-picture of your life: your beliefs and feelings about yourself and others, your interpersonal style, the usual ways in which you protect yourself from getting hurt, the influence of your childhood experiences, and many other factors, all with the aim of facilitating lasting improvements in quality of life."
Meghan Kean, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Reaching out and asking for help is often a brave and difficult first step. There are many reasons that people seek out therapy. I work to create a safe and supportive environment for all of my clients, so that they may begin to explore and understand themselves, their feelings, and their way of relating to others. I believe that therapy is a collaborative process and a strong therapeutic relationship enables change to happen. I tailor my approach to meet each of my client's unique needs."
Bisexual
(773) 417-1204
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"Reaching out and asking for help is often a brave and difficult first step. There are many reasons that people seek out therapy. I work to create a safe and supportive environment for all of my clients, so that they may begin to explore and understand themselves, their feelings, and their way of relating to others. I believe that therapy is a collaborative process and a strong therapeutic relationship enables change to happen. I tailor my approach to meet each of my client's unique needs."
Alexandra Smith, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MS, ALMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Alexandra provides culturally competent, systemic, collaborative, and goal-oriented therapy to couples, families, and individuals. Alexandra specializes in working with sexual assault survivors, couples presenting with trust and communication issues, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, various life transitions, and parent-child relationship issues. Alexandra works to build a safe space with clients in order to bring about self-awareness and empowerment in order to facilitate ongoing change."
Bisexual
(312) 516-4247 x4003
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"Alexandra provides culturally competent, systemic, collaborative, and goal-oriented therapy to couples, families, and individuals. Alexandra specializes in working with sexual assault survivors, couples presenting with trust and communication issues, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, various life transitions, and parent-child relationship issues. Alexandra works to build a safe space with clients in order to bring about self-awareness and empowerment in order to facilitate ongoing change."
Amy Freier, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC, CST
Verified by Psychology Today
"**ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS** Are you feeling stuck in an unsatisfying relationship, unsure of how to enhance it? Perhaps your relationship in general is wonderful, but your sexual relationship isn't what you desire? Or maybe you'd like to improve something specific about your sexual functioning? We can work together to gain clarity and find solutions for these common concerns. I have years of extensive clinical experience in relationship and sex therapy and in addressing common goals including enhancing the experience of sex and sexuality, improving empathy and emotional connection in a relationship, and reducing relational conflict."
Bisexual
(312) 516-4237
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"**ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS** Are you feeling stuck in an unsatisfying relationship, unsure of how to enhance it? Perhaps your relationship in general is wonderful, but your sexual relationship isn't what you desire? Or maybe you'd like to improve something specific about your sexual functioning? We can work together to gain clarity and find solutions for these common concerns. I have years of extensive clinical experience in relationship and sex therapy and in addressing common goals including enhancing the experience of sex and sexuality, improving empathy and emotional connection in a relationship, and reducing relational conflict."
Yojana Veeramasuneni, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan in Political Science and my Masters in Arts: Social Work from the University of Chicago. I received my doctorate in clinical psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I am a licensed clinical social worker and have worked in many settings from community mental health and crisis intervention to victim advocacy. I am a trained medical/legal sexual assault advocate and a trained domestic violence counselor. I completed my psychology internship at the Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School in a program in Asian Mental Health and Child Psychotherapy."
Bisexual
(312) 818-5290
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"I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan in Political Science and my Masters in Arts: Social Work from the University of Chicago. I received my doctorate in clinical psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I am a licensed clinical social worker and have worked in many settings from community mental health and crisis intervention to victim advocacy. I am a trained medical/legal sexual assault advocate and a trained domestic violence counselor. I completed my psychology internship at the Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School in a program in Asian Mental Health and Child Psychotherapy."
Nathan Sahyouni, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Starting therapy is hard and it is important to find someone you trust and feel comfortable with. If you are struggling with anxiety, trauma, or identity/relationship issues I would love to talk with you. I have extensive experience in working with mental health concerns related to these areas, and more, and I integrate a variety of approaches and techniques into my work as a means of promoting growth and change. Therapy might not be a place for quick fixes but it can lead to lasting change. I offer free phone consultations to talk and see if we might work well together. "
Bisexual
(312) 698-3772 x3
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Bisexual
"Starting therapy is hard and it is important to find someone you trust and feel comfortable with. If you are struggling with anxiety, trauma, or identity/relationship issues I would love to talk with you. I have extensive experience in working with mental health concerns related to these areas, and more, and I integrate a variety of approaches and techniques into my work as a means of promoting growth and change. Therapy might not be a place for quick fixes but it can lead to lasting change. I offer free phone consultations to talk and see if we might work well together. "
Tim Ciochon, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MS
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that our problems can often be linked to frozen patterns and cycles we have learned to protect ourselves. I passionately believe that you are not your problem, but rather these persistent patterns are to blame. I am convinced that the key to breaking these patterns and unlocking our potential is through the courage to be emotionally vulnerable and honest with others while also cultivating compassion toward ourselves."
Bisexual
(773) 839-4686
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Bisexual
"I believe that our problems can often be linked to frozen patterns and cycles we have learned to protect ourselves. I passionately believe that you are not your problem, but rather these persistent patterns are to blame. I am convinced that the key to breaking these patterns and unlocking our potential is through the courage to be emotionally vulnerable and honest with others while also cultivating compassion toward ourselves."
Asya Brodsky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, CST
Verified by Psychology Today
"My passion and clinical practice focus on sexuality, and I have comprehensive and specialized experience in the areas of sexual and gender identity development, sexual trauma, HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases, reproductive health and sex therapy. I am a charismatic, sincere and direct therapist who recognizes sexual wellness as a vital element to confidence and emotional health."
Bisexual
(312) 489-5789
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Bisexual
"My passion and clinical practice focus on sexuality, and I have comprehensive and specialized experience in the areas of sexual and gender identity development, sexual trauma, HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases, reproductive health and sex therapy. I am a charismatic, sincere and direct therapist who recognizes sexual wellness as a vital element to confidence and emotional health."
Haylee Daggett, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, AMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My clients come to therapy struggling to understand themselves and their partner, leaving them feeling hallow, lost, and alone. They desperately want to feel secure in themselves and connected to their partner, but are confused and wary about how to begin changing. As a therapist, I meet this dilemma with warmth and compassion, as well as knowledge and confidence; this combination is the base of successful therapy. My similar life experiences make me genuine and relatable, and my training background from the top marriage and therapy program and ongoing advanced training support and guide our work."
Bisexual
(312) 516-4386
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Bisexual
"My clients come to therapy struggling to understand themselves and their partner, leaving them feeling hallow, lost, and alone. They desperately want to feel secure in themselves and connected to their partner, but are confused and wary about how to begin changing. As a therapist, I meet this dilemma with warmth and compassion, as well as knowledge and confidence; this combination is the base of successful therapy. My similar life experiences make me genuine and relatable, and my training background from the top marriage and therapy program and ongoing advanced training support and guide our work."
Daniel C Maloney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CST
Verified by Psychology Today
"Clients reach out for help for a variety of reasons: they may feel the loss of a relationship, be struggling with communication with their family or significant other, believe they are under-performing at work, feel depressed, anxious, "down in the dumps," lack self-confidence or may struggle with out of control behaviors. Some clients come to me completely new to therapy, others have explored and worked on themselves for years, but seek a new perspective. I draw on a variety of theoretical approaches to understand a person and explore their perspectives on their life and their issues."
Bisexual
(773) 456-8411
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Bisexual
"Clients reach out for help for a variety of reasons: they may feel the loss of a relationship, be struggling with communication with their family or significant other, believe they are under-performing at work, feel depressed, anxious, "down in the dumps," lack self-confidence or may struggle with out of control behaviors. Some clients come to me completely new to therapy, others have explored and worked on themselves for years, but seek a new perspective. I draw on a variety of theoretical approaches to understand a person and explore their perspectives on their life and their issues."
Rachel Zar, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I know that sex and relationships can be among the most difficult topics to talk about, so I strive to create a safe, non-judgmental place for these intimate and essential conversations. I see clients who are struggling with intimacy issues, sexual dysfunction, dating or relationship concerns, and navigating non-traditional relationships. For clients working on general anxiety, depression, major life transitions, or other relational issues, I offer a sex-positive and sex-inclusive approach. I work with couples and individuals of diverse cultures and backgrounds, and I'm an LGBTQ- and kink- affirmative clinician. "
Bisexual
(872) 239-3347
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Bisexual
"I know that sex and relationships can be among the most difficult topics to talk about, so I strive to create a safe, non-judgmental place for these intimate and essential conversations. I see clients who are struggling with intimacy issues, sexual dysfunction, dating or relationship concerns, and navigating non-traditional relationships. For clients working on general anxiety, depression, major life transitions, or other relational issues, I offer a sex-positive and sex-inclusive approach. I work with couples and individuals of diverse cultures and backgrounds, and I'm an LGBTQ- and kink- affirmative clinician. "
Iwona S Florianowicz
MSc, CCTP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a certified trauma therapist specializing in complex trauma and relational conflicts supporting individuals, couples, and families in the healing process, wellness, and growth. As an experienced therapist, I help clients to establish and restore healthy relationships with self and others. I believe that our innate need is to feel connected, be loved, accepted, validated, and understood. When we experience severe life stressors, traumatic event, life transitions, raptures in relationships, illness, or loses, it often makes us feel disconnected, alone, and deeply hurt. Healing starts with the courage to reach for help. "
Bisexual
(872) 219-0285
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Bisexual
"I am a certified trauma therapist specializing in complex trauma and relational conflicts supporting individuals, couples, and families in the healing process, wellness, and growth. As an experienced therapist, I help clients to establish and restore healthy relationships with self and others. I believe that our innate need is to feel connected, be loved, accepted, validated, and understood. When we experience severe life stressors, traumatic event, life transitions, raptures in relationships, illness, or loses, it often makes us feel disconnected, alone, and deeply hurt. Healing starts with the courage to reach for help. "
Scott Waller, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you feel stressed, overwhelmed, or burned out? Are you a high-accountability medical, legal, or business professional who struggles to balance work and home life? You may want more from your personal relationships. Do you use substances to numb or avoid feeling emotions? You have the ability to learn about yourself and gain the skills needed to experience your emotions differently, and live the life you want. Many people find connection to their own self in therapy after having given immensely to others. I also work with clients who want to continue their growth in therapy after discharge from residential or intensive treatment. "
Bisexual
(872) 244-6773
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Bisexual
"Do you feel stressed, overwhelmed, or burned out? Are you a high-accountability medical, legal, or business professional who struggles to balance work and home life? You may want more from your personal relationships. Do you use substances to numb or avoid feeling emotions? You have the ability to learn about yourself and gain the skills needed to experience your emotions differently, and live the life you want. Many people find connection to their own self in therapy after having given immensely to others. I also work with clients who want to continue their growth in therapy after discharge from residential or intensive treatment. "
Jenna Peterson, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that a strong alliance with a therapist contributes to growth and change. And, it is a great privilege to support adults and young adults, including college and graduate students, who are willing to take a risk to become curious about themselves. I provide therapy for mental heath concerns related related to anxiety, stress, depression, low self-esteem, emptiness, anger, identity-related questions, and life transitions. These emotional challenges are often explored in connection to relational difficulties, including breakups, conflict, divorce, affairs, intimacy or commitment concerns, and loneliness. "
Bisexual
(312) 663-8556
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Bisexual
"I believe that a strong alliance with a therapist contributes to growth and change. And, it is a great privilege to support adults and young adults, including college and graduate students, who are willing to take a risk to become curious about themselves. I provide therapy for mental heath concerns related related to anxiety, stress, depression, low self-esteem, emptiness, anger, identity-related questions, and life transitions. These emotional challenges are often explored in connection to relational difficulties, including breakups, conflict, divorce, affairs, intimacy or commitment concerns, and loneliness. "
Amy Rivas Orellana, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, EdS
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that one the foundational factors in creating change comes from the client-therapist relationship. It is through the trust forged from this bond that other forms of growth emerge. I address my client’s needs through a systemic lens, exploring the contributing factors of broader systems (communities, families, groups) on one’s life. Oftentimes, this perspective brings up conversations regarding one’s past, which I believe are essential in understanding one’s present self. Most importantly, I strive to create a safe space where my clients can feel comfortable sharing personal matters and can be their most authentic selves. "
Bisexual
(312) 516-2410 x3
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Bisexual
"I believe that one the foundational factors in creating change comes from the client-therapist relationship. It is through the trust forged from this bond that other forms of growth emerge. I address my client’s needs through a systemic lens, exploring the contributing factors of broader systems (communities, families, groups) on one’s life. Oftentimes, this perspective brings up conversations regarding one’s past, which I believe are essential in understanding one’s present self. Most importantly, I strive to create a safe space where my clients can feel comfortable sharing personal matters and can be their most authentic selves. "
Jl Family Services Ltd., Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MJ
Verified by Psychology Today
"We Are Here to Help You Solve Problems. Let's face it sometimes everyone needs a little help when things get rough. But not everyone has time to commit to a rigid, long-term therapeutic regimen - some people need to seek help on their own terms. I have created a therapeutic environment that is conversational, flexible, and extremely transparent. I specialize in utilizing personal therapy as a medium for conflict resolution. Put simply, we use time and conversation to help you solve your problems, no matter what they are - depression, anxiety, relationship issues, family conflicts, or anything else."
Bisexual
(312) 477-0400
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Bisexual
"We Are Here to Help You Solve Problems. Let's face it sometimes everyone needs a little help when things get rough. But not everyone has time to commit to a rigid, long-term therapeutic regimen - some people need to seek help on their own terms. I have created a therapeutic environment that is conversational, flexible, and extremely transparent. I specialize in utilizing personal therapy as a medium for conflict resolution. Put simply, we use time and conversation to help you solve your problems, no matter what they are - depression, anxiety, relationship issues, family conflicts, or anything else."
Aimee Dokko, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Whether you desire to make changes, heal wounds or develop a more genuine and authentic life, Aimee invites you to partner with her in creating a safe, supportive space for reflection and growth. Examine, explore and discover how maintain a more gratifying and joyful lifestyle. As your story unfolds, she tailors a wholistic approach that meets your personal needs, goals and aspirations. "
Bisexual
(312) 516-2454
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Bisexual
"Whether you desire to make changes, heal wounds or develop a more genuine and authentic life, Aimee invites you to partner with her in creating a safe, supportive space for reflection and growth. Examine, explore and discover how maintain a more gratifying and joyful lifestyle. As your story unfolds, she tailors a wholistic approach that meets your personal needs, goals and aspirations. "
Shelly Williams, Founder of Mind Management Inc, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a psychotherapist, LCPC; graduate from St. Xavier University with a masters in clinical community counseling. I received my clinical training within the psychiatry department at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Over the past eight years I have engaged in outreach work with individuals experiencing a range of chronic mental illness {including psychotic spectrum disorders i.e. Schizoaffective, Schizophrenia, and mood spectrum disorder; i.e. bipolar I, bipolar II, depression; personality and anxiety disorders}. My clients appreciate honest, non-judgmental feedback and are able to gain self-awareness and insight, while working collaboratively to create and accomplish treatment goals."
Bisexual
(312) 683-3952
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Bisexual
"I am a psychotherapist, LCPC; graduate from St. Xavier University with a masters in clinical community counseling. I received my clinical training within the psychiatry department at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Over the past eight years I have engaged in outreach work with individuals experiencing a range of chronic mental illness {including psychotic spectrum disorders i.e. Schizoaffective, Schizophrenia, and mood spectrum disorder; i.e. bipolar I, bipolar II, depression; personality and anxiety disorders}. My clients appreciate honest, non-judgmental feedback and are able to gain self-awareness and insight, while working collaboratively to create and accomplish treatment goals."
Tiffany Clomax, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Admitting that you need help can be hard. Making the decision to start therapy can be a difficult one. Finding the right therapist can be a daunting task. So, congratulate yourself on taking the first step toward healing. I have experience working with diverse children, adolescents, and adults in both individual and group therapy. My clinical areas of focus include depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, substance use, women’s issues, severe mental illness, issues related to race and gender, and overall life transitions. "
Bisexual
(312) 516-2467 x5
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Bisexual
"Admitting that you need help can be hard. Making the decision to start therapy can be a difficult one. Finding the right therapist can be a daunting task. So, congratulate yourself on taking the first step toward healing. I have experience working with diverse children, adolescents, and adults in both individual and group therapy. My clinical areas of focus include depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, substance use, women’s issues, severe mental illness, issues related to race and gender, and overall life transitions. "

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Bisexual Therapists
We should make clear that not all the therapists listed here are bisexual themselves. Rather, they specialize in helping with all aspects of being bisexual in 60602. They help with bisexual couples in bisexual relationships, bisexuality Therapy and bisexual issues that affect the individuality of a bisexual life or lifestyle.

If you're bisexual or are looking for help with bisexual issues in 60602 or for a 60602 bisexual therapist these professionals provide bisexual counseling and bisexual-friendly care. They include bisexual friendly therapists in 60602 plus 60602 bisexual therapists, bisexual psychologists and bisexual counselors.

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For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 60602 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 60602 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 60602 or family therapy in 60602.