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."
Laura Davis, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Sometimes we experience an event that makes us question the world around us. Other times we may feel a certain way but can’t put our finger on why. It is possible we feel both desire and fear about looking deeper into our concerns. Life can feel messy, complicated and overwhelming. Seeking help may feel that way as well. You’re not alone and building a therapeutic relationship can help sort out these feelings. Therapy can help us better understand what exactly is bothering us, overcome patterns that no longer serve us, and help reduce and manage uncomfortable emotions. "
Bisexual
(312) 516-2473
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Bisexual
"Sometimes we experience an event that makes us question the world around us. Other times we may feel a certain way but can’t put our finger on why. It is possible we feel both desire and fear about looking deeper into our concerns. Life can feel messy, complicated and overwhelming. Seeking help may feel that way as well. You’re not alone and building a therapeutic relationship can help sort out these feelings. Therapy can help us better understand what exactly is bothering us, overcome patterns that no longer serve us, and help reduce and manage uncomfortable emotions. "
Emily Esquivel, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Each individual has a different journey to walk, filled with different obstacles unique to one's life. I walk with individuals as they explore the depths of their life stories and the impact that has had on who they are presently. In addition to exploring one's past we also deal with the here and now and explore what's keeping one from living freely and more fully in the world. My hope is that through our work together individuals will be able to find more degrees of freedom in their life and their relationships. I work with a wide variety of client's ranging from children to adults and specialize in depth-oriented, psychotherapy."
Bisexual
(872) 241-2308 x9072
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Bisexual
"Each individual has a different journey to walk, filled with different obstacles unique to one's life. I walk with individuals as they explore the depths of their life stories and the impact that has had on who they are presently. In addition to exploring one's past we also deal with the here and now and explore what's keeping one from living freely and more fully in the world. My hope is that through our work together individuals will be able to find more degrees of freedom in their life and their relationships. I work with a wide variety of client's ranging from children to adults and specialize in depth-oriented, psychotherapy."
Daniel Shuter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a trauma-informed, person-centered therapist, who ensures the space I welcome my clients is their space, not my own. I cherish safety and privacy. Through my inviting, warm, and understanding nature, I emanate a culture of trust, and make it known the therapeutic journey will be shoulder to shoulder. I stress the freedom of expression and vulnerability, knowing this is a keystone to strength and a path to serenity. With a supportive environment displayed through kindness and sensitivity, I place high value on individuals owning their personal stories, and taking agency over their decisions. "
Bisexual
(872) 281-4451
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Bisexual
"I am a trauma-informed, person-centered therapist, who ensures the space I welcome my clients is their space, not my own. I cherish safety and privacy. Through my inviting, warm, and understanding nature, I emanate a culture of trust, and make it known the therapeutic journey will be shoulder to shoulder. I stress the freedom of expression and vulnerability, knowing this is a keystone to strength and a path to serenity. With a supportive environment displayed through kindness and sensitivity, I place high value on individuals owning their personal stories, and taking agency over their decisions. "
Maggie Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with adults, couples, adolescents and families around issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief/loss, infertility and trauma. I have been trained in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT). My clients describe my approach as warm and supportive yet straightforward. My goal is to help clients better understand their past so they can make positive changes for their future. I believe in empowering my clients to live their best lives and tailor my approach to each individual or family. I truly love the work that I do and I believe that comes through to my clients in the work that we do together."
Bisexual
(773) 570-6914
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Bisexual
"I work with adults, couples, adolescents and families around issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief/loss, infertility and trauma. I have been trained in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT). My clients describe my approach as warm and supportive yet straightforward. My goal is to help clients better understand their past so they can make positive changes for their future. I believe in empowering my clients to live their best lives and tailor my approach to each individual or family. I truly love the work that I do and I believe that comes through to my clients in the work that we do 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."
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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Bisexual
"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."
Gail E. Richman,
"Feelings of depression and anxiety, or family and work conflicts can become overwhelming. Talking about your thoughts, feelings, dreams and experiences during the therapy hour helps relieve emotional suffering, and increases your capacity to tolerate and manage difficult feelings such as anger, panic, grief and a sense of isolation."
Bisexual
(773) 250-6624
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Bisexual
"Feelings of depression and anxiety, or family and work conflicts can become overwhelming. Talking about your thoughts, feelings, dreams and experiences during the therapy hour helps relieve emotional suffering, and increases your capacity to tolerate and manage difficult feelings such as anger, panic, grief and a sense of isolation."
Nancy Heap, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Fundamentally, we all search for meaning and our highest, most fulfilled life. Therapy can help to uncover and rectify those blockages that hold us back - the trauma that has paralyzed, the depression that has frozen, or the anxiety that has impaired. Through a holistic approach, I can help you to identify ways in which to overcome these obstacles. "
Bisexual
(312) 516-4225
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Bisexual
"Fundamentally, we all search for meaning and our highest, most fulfilled life. Therapy can help to uncover and rectify those blockages that hold us back - the trauma that has paralyzed, the depression that has frozen, or the anxiety that has impaired. Through a holistic approach, I can help you to identify ways in which to overcome these obstacles. "
Dr. Monica F. Boyd-Layne, Counselor
Counselor, PhD, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"You are often nervous and feel like you are an imposter. Would you like to be free from doubt and fear? Have you attempted more education, moving, different friends, or self-medicating because you continually feel different? When you attend business meetings or social gatherings do you feel more like your 12 year old self rather than an adult? Are you also haunted by childhood memories of not belonging? You are an individual in transition wanting to move closer to your professional goals."
Bisexual
(312) 516-4263
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Bisexual
"You are often nervous and feel like you are an imposter. Would you like to be free from doubt and fear? Have you attempted more education, moving, different friends, or self-medicating because you continually feel different? When you attend business meetings or social gatherings do you feel more like your 12 year old self rather than an adult? Are you also haunted by childhood memories of not belonging? You are an individual in transition wanting to move closer to your professional goals."
Jessica Rose Gentry, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are experiencing hardship, whether it be anxiety, depression, relationship issues, or adjusting to a new season in life, I strongly believe that it can be worthwhile to find someone to who can sit with you in your pain and confusion and walk with you towards growth and healing. Which is why I am inspired by the space the therapeutic relationship provides to work collaboratively to overcome life's challenges. In the process I try and assist individuals in identifying and analyzing their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors to help them explore how these may have developed, as well as the potential for them to be transformed. "
Bisexual
(872) 281-4158
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Bisexual
"If you are experiencing hardship, whether it be anxiety, depression, relationship issues, or adjusting to a new season in life, I strongly believe that it can be worthwhile to find someone to who can sit with you in your pain and confusion and walk with you towards growth and healing. Which is why I am inspired by the space the therapeutic relationship provides to work collaboratively to overcome life's challenges. In the process I try and assist individuals in identifying and analyzing their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors to help them explore how these may have developed, as well as the potential for them to be transformed. "
Valentina Prida
MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Every person is seeking love and acceptance from one another. Life is meaningful when we connect with others. So, why is it so hard to navigate through relationships? Our culture, family of origin and social expectations play an essential role in the ways we engage with others and influence our current struggles."
Bisexual
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Bisexual
"Every person is seeking love and acceptance from one another. Life is meaningful when we connect with others. So, why is it so hard to navigate through relationships? Our culture, family of origin and social expectations play an essential role in the ways we engage with others and influence our current struggles."
Cara McCanse, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"A fundamental human need is to feel emotionally close to others. Difficulty connecting in a platonic or romantic way can leave one feeling sad, anxious, and lonely. Often, we retreat from attempted connection to avoid potential pain, or become involved with others who may cause us more interpersonal stress because we don't know any different or because we don't want to feel disconnected. But isolating or engaging with harmful others can cause us to feel vulnerable, damaged, and upset with ourselves. This pattern often leads us to question if we are capable and deserving of joining and creating mutually beneficial relationships."
Bisexual
(312) 257-3625
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Bisexual
"A fundamental human need is to feel emotionally close to others. Difficulty connecting in a platonic or romantic way can leave one feeling sad, anxious, and lonely. Often, we retreat from attempted connection to avoid potential pain, or become involved with others who may cause us more interpersonal stress because we don't know any different or because we don't want to feel disconnected. But isolating or engaging with harmful others can cause us to feel vulnerable, damaged, and upset with ourselves. This pattern often leads us to question if we are capable and deserving of joining and creating mutually beneficial relationships."
Margaret Landon Mason, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC, BC-DMT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I bring many years of a rich life experience and a broad background in in-depth psychotherapy, the arts and education. I offer clients a safe space in which to develop a reflective, accepting, loving and wise approach to life."
Bisexual
(312) 647-2054 x9222
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Bisexual
"I bring many years of a rich life experience and a broad background in in-depth psychotherapy, the arts and education. I offer clients a safe space in which to develop a reflective, accepting, loving and wise approach to life."
Jillian Caliendo, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Seeking therapy is an important decision that may come with anxiety and a sense of greater vulnerability, but it can ultimately lead to decreased distress, improvements in multiple areas of life, increased awareness, and a heightened sense of contentment. My aim is to provide you with a comfortable, nonjudgmental atmosphere where you will be respected and welcomed with compassion and understanding; I believe these underpinnings are fundamental to a trusting, meaningful, therapeutic relationship."
Bisexual
(312) 313-2114
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Bisexual
"Seeking therapy is an important decision that may come with anxiety and a sense of greater vulnerability, but it can ultimately lead to decreased distress, improvements in multiple areas of life, increased awareness, and a heightened sense of contentment. My aim is to provide you with a comfortable, nonjudgmental atmosphere where you will be respected and welcomed with compassion and understanding; I believe these underpinnings are fundamental to a trusting, meaningful, therapeutic relationship."
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."
Kellie Rice, Counselor
Counselor, PsyD, CGP, CMHIMP
Verified by Psychology Today
"In my work with individuals recovering from addictions, eating disorders, co-dependency and trauma, I assess which modality (individual, group psychotherapy or family therapy) will help my clients achieve their goals most effectively. I work with parents in the areas of attachment, financial literacy, discipline, boundary setting & launching as well as, couples who are struggling with infertility.I believe a therapist actively participates in the relationship, in addition to observing the process and offering expertise."
Bisexual
(312) 516-2495 x1
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Bisexual
"In my work with individuals recovering from addictions, eating disorders, co-dependency and trauma, I assess which modality (individual, group psychotherapy or family therapy) will help my clients achieve their goals most effectively. I work with parents in the areas of attachment, financial literacy, discipline, boundary setting & launching as well as, couples who are struggling with infertility.I believe a therapist actively participates in the relationship, in addition to observing the process and offering expertise."
Alexis Silas, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in helping people recover from anxiety. I also work with women who suffer from depression, trauma, and complex relationship problems of all kinds. Too often, worries and fears get the best of us and control our decisions. Rather than living the life we want, we end up making choices in life and in relationships that are rooted in self-doubt, anxiety, and worry. I provide a safe, empathetic, nonjudgmental space in which we work together to reduce fears and develop new, authentic ways of engaging in relationships. "
Bisexual
(214) 761-8527
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Bisexual
"I specialize in helping people recover from anxiety. I also work with women who suffer from depression, trauma, and complex relationship problems of all kinds. Too often, worries and fears get the best of us and control our decisions. Rather than living the life we want, we end up making choices in life and in relationships that are rooted in self-doubt, anxiety, and worry. I provide a safe, empathetic, nonjudgmental space in which we work together to reduce fears and develop new, authentic ways of engaging in relationships. "
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 or pain, concerns about dating or forming connections, or navigating both traditional and non-traditional relationships. For clients coping with general anxiety, major life transitions, or other issues, I offer a sex-positive and sex-inclusive approach. And I am 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 or pain, concerns about dating or forming connections, or navigating both traditional and non-traditional relationships. For clients coping with general anxiety, major life transitions, or other issues, I offer a sex-positive and sex-inclusive approach. And I am an LGBTQ- and kink- affirmative clinician. "
Savannah Flores, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, ATR, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a graduate of the Adler School of Professional Psychology where I received my Masters in Counseling Psychology and Art Therapy. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a registered Art Therapist. My Masters training and post graduate experience includes clinical work in trauma, suicidal ideation, and chronic illness, working with adolescents, adults, and families on medical psychiatric floors at Rush Medical University and Thorek Memorial Hospital. I also have experience working with refugees and LGBTQ communities."
Bisexual
(312) 516-2360
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"I am a graduate of the Adler School of Professional Psychology where I received my Masters in Counseling Psychology and Art Therapy. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a registered Art Therapist. My Masters training and post graduate experience includes clinical work in trauma, suicidal ideation, and chronic illness, working with adolescents, adults, and families on medical psychiatric floors at Rush Medical University and Thorek Memorial Hospital. I also have experience working with refugees and LGBTQ communities."

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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.