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"I believe the therapeutic relationship is a crucial vehicle for change. I am deeply empathetic, understanding, and present with my clients in order to build a strong relationship and a safe and supportive environment. I find therapy helpful both for people seeking significant change or healing in their lives or for those seeking a space to process day-to-day stress. I enjoy working with a range of needs including complex trauma, inter-generational trauma, grief, anger and aggression, anxiety, depression, family or parenting issues, and general life transitions. "
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"I believe the therapeutic relationship is a crucial vehicle for change. I am deeply empathetic, understanding, and present with my clients in order to build a strong relationship and a safe and supportive environment. I find therapy helpful both for people seeking significant change or healing in their lives or for those seeking a space to process day-to-day stress. I enjoy working with a range of needs including complex trauma, inter-generational trauma, grief, anger and aggression, anxiety, depression, family or parenting issues, and general life transitions. "
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Chicago, Illinois 60611
"Heidi has experience working with children, adolescents and adults in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Heidi's approach is integrative, in which she utilizes a wide range of expressive and creative techniques including, art and play therapies to promote interpersonal and emotional growth. Heidi aims to assist individuals in recognizing their strengths and developing the coping skills and insight needed to manage their most difficult challenges. Heidi also utilizes mindfulness-based strategies, and she strives to create an environment that is accepting and supportive for clients to explore critical issues."
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"Heidi has experience working with children, adolescents and adults in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Heidi's approach is integrative, in which she utilizes a wide range of expressive and creative techniques including, art and play therapies to promote interpersonal and emotional growth. Heidi aims to assist individuals in recognizing their strengths and developing the coping skills and insight needed to manage their most difficult challenges. Heidi also utilizes mindfulness-based strategies, and she strives to create an environment that is accepting and supportive for clients to explore critical issues."
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Chicago, Illinois 60657
"Struggling to take care of yourself while looking out for others? It can be overwhelming to show yourself that same compassion. Let me help you create the balance you need to keep doing what is important."
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(513) 815-3395
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Chicago, Illinois 60657
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"Struggling to take care of yourself while looking out for others? It can be overwhelming to show yourself that same compassion. Let me help you create the balance you need to keep doing what is important."
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Chicago, Illinois 60641
"In working with me, you’ll learn how to undermine your unworkable coping strategies, practice mindfulness, and improve your distress tolerance. We’ll also devote plenty of time to your attachment issues, unconscious beliefs, and personal traumas. "
Codependency
(773) 774-4444
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Chicago, Illinois 60641
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"In working with me, you’ll learn how to undermine your unworkable coping strategies, practice mindfulness, and improve your distress tolerance. We’ll also devote plenty of time to your attachment issues, unconscious beliefs, and personal traumas. "
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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
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Chicago, Illinois 60611
"ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS. Shannon feels that the relationship that she has with a client is the most important aspect of counseling. With a safe and trusting environment, Shannon and her clients can collaboratively work through their specific needs together. She believes that clients should feel as though they have power in their decision-making and in their lives. Shannon believes open and honest communication about ones' difficulties and the counseling process is key to success. Shannon strives to create a brave space where clients can be vulnerable, try new things and speak openly where they feel accepted rather than judged."
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(847) 453-3761
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Chicago, Illinois 60611
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"ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS. Shannon feels that the relationship that she has with a client is the most important aspect of counseling. With a safe and trusting environment, Shannon and her clients can collaboratively work through their specific needs together. She believes that clients should feel as though they have power in their decision-making and in their lives. Shannon believes open and honest communication about ones' difficulties and the counseling process is key to success. Shannon strives to create a brave space where clients can be vulnerable, try new things and speak openly where they feel accepted rather than judged."
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Counselor, MA, LCPC
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Chicago, Illinois 60611
"Beginning therapy can be daunting, which is why I work hard to provide an experience that is comfortable and relatable. Whether you are dealing with a difficult life transition, searching for clarity in a relationship, or managing a chronic condition, I am here to help with a calm, compassionate approach. I view therapy as a partnership where collaboration and forthrightness are vitally important."
Codependency
(630) 796-4459 x258
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Chicago, Illinois 60611
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Codependency
"Beginning therapy can be daunting, which is why I work hard to provide an experience that is comfortable and relatable. Whether you are dealing with a difficult life transition, searching for clarity in a relationship, or managing a chronic condition, I am here to help with a calm, compassionate approach. I view therapy as a partnership where collaboration and forthrightness are vitally important."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
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Chicago, Illinois 60646
"I offer a compassionate and individualized approach to therapy, helping clients to navigate challenging situations, develop healthy responses to stress, and better understand their emotional responses and patterns of relating. I work one-on-one with clients to identify the root of their struggles, and improve their ability to be present in the moment. I have over a decade of experience providing support to individuals and families throughout Chicago, and work with adults, children and teens. My specialties include anxiety, depression, mood disorders, relationship issues, family/marital challenges, parenting support and more. "
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(872) 244-6245 x500
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Chicago, Illinois 60646
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Codependency
"I offer a compassionate and individualized approach to therapy, helping clients to navigate challenging situations, develop healthy responses to stress, and better understand their emotional responses and patterns of relating. I work one-on-one with clients to identify the root of their struggles, and improve their ability to be present in the moment. I have over a decade of experience providing support to individuals and families throughout Chicago, and work with adults, children and teens. My specialties include anxiety, depression, mood disorders, relationship issues, family/marital challenges, parenting support and more. "
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Chicago, Illinois 60601
"*Currently accepting new clients* As humans, we are wired for connection with one another and sometimes it can be challenging to let down our defenses and open up to others. I believe that being in therapy will allow you to understand your vulnerabilities, identify troublesome patterns, and make concrete changes in the present that will carry into the future. My areas of specialty include relationship concerns, communication, and sex/intimacy issues as well as conflict resolution. "
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(872) 201-3911
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Chicago, Illinois 60601
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Codependency
"*Currently accepting new clients* As humans, we are wired for connection with one another and sometimes it can be challenging to let down our defenses and open up to others. I believe that being in therapy will allow you to understand your vulnerabilities, identify troublesome patterns, and make concrete changes in the present that will carry into the future. My areas of specialty include relationship concerns, communication, and sex/intimacy issues as well as conflict resolution. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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Chicago, Illinois 60614
"Sharing one's thoughts and feelings with a complete stranger can seem awkward and bizarre. My goal early on in therapy is to make the experience feel as comfortable as possible by creating a space without judgement and aiming to understand you as a whole person, rather than simply a set of symptoms or a diagnosis. I believe that we all have the capacity to overcome life's many obstacles and live closer to our fullest potential. Although therapy is ultimately very serious, I use humor whenever possible so it doesn't feel like you're talking to a robot."
Codependency
(630) 756-5120
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Chicago, Illinois 60614
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Codependency
"Sharing one's thoughts and feelings with a complete stranger can seem awkward and bizarre. My goal early on in therapy is to make the experience feel as comfortable as possible by creating a space without judgement and aiming to understand you as a whole person, rather than simply a set of symptoms or a diagnosis. I believe that we all have the capacity to overcome life's many obstacles and live closer to our fullest potential. Although therapy is ultimately very serious, I use humor whenever possible so it doesn't feel like you're talking to a robot."
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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
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Chicago, Illinois 60604
"Imagine waking up tomorrow and all of today's "problems" are solved. What does life then look like? Therapists employ this thought experiment in order to help client's establish specific therapy goals. Inevitably, the desire for cultivating meaningful relationships and connections emerge as themes. Disruptive childhoods, social anxiety, or lack of emotional understanding among others all play a role in feeling disconnected. Most clients resonate with feeling depressed and anxious over a period of time. In the broader context of relationships, learning healthier ways to connect through effective therapy can provide the antidote. "
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(312) 606-7352
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Codependency
"Imagine waking up tomorrow and all of today's "problems" are solved. What does life then look like? Therapists employ this thought experiment in order to help client's establish specific therapy goals. Inevitably, the desire for cultivating meaningful relationships and connections emerge as themes. Disruptive childhoods, social anxiety, or lack of emotional understanding among others all play a role in feeling disconnected. Most clients resonate with feeling depressed and anxious over a period of time. In the broader context of relationships, learning healthier ways to connect through effective therapy can provide the antidote. "
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Psychologist, PhD
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Chicago, Illinois 60602
"Are you feeling down, or experiencing negative thoughts? Do you struggle to find a sense of calm? Therapy can help. Are you dealing with relationship difficulties, struggles to balance career and personal life, grief, loss or trauma, adapting to health problems, or searching for personal meaning in life? Sorting out and talking through these issues, along with developing adaptive coping strategies can make a positive difference. As the therapeutic process develops, you may also explore your personal history in relation to current stressors, and develop a greater sense of self understanding and discover ways you want to tweak some "old ways of doing things.""
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(312) 251-1440
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Codependency
"Are you feeling down, or experiencing negative thoughts? Do you struggle to find a sense of calm? Therapy can help. Are you dealing with relationship difficulties, struggles to balance career and personal life, grief, loss or trauma, adapting to health problems, or searching for personal meaning in life? Sorting out and talking through these issues, along with developing adaptive coping strategies can make a positive difference. As the therapeutic process develops, you may also explore your personal history in relation to current stressors, and develop a greater sense of self understanding and discover ways you want to tweak some "old ways of doing things.""
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"Whether you are feeling sad, stressed, overwhelmed or seeking treatment for a loved one, my goals is to guide and empower you to achieve the change you desire in your life. I provide individual, and family therapy to adults, adolescents and children. I strive to create a compassionate environment where treatment is structured to your unique needs."
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(847) 999-4168
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Codependency
"Whether you are feeling sad, stressed, overwhelmed or seeking treatment for a loved one, my goals is to guide and empower you to achieve the change you desire in your life. I provide individual, and family therapy to adults, adolescents and children. I strive to create a compassionate environment where treatment is structured to your unique needs."
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Counselor, M.Ed, LCPC, RYT
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Chicago, Illinois 60640
"Tessa Mandala, M.Ed, LCPC, RYT, is a licensed clinical professional counselor and registered yoga teacher. She received her Masters of Education in community counseling from DePaul University in June 2015 and holds a Bachelors Degree from Colorado State University in psychology and human development and family studies. Tessa specializes in substance abuse, addictions, mood and anxiety disorders, LGBTQ, and mindfulness/yoga. "
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(773) 819-9221
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Chicago, Illinois 60640
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"Tessa Mandala, M.Ed, LCPC, RYT, is a licensed clinical professional counselor and registered yoga teacher. She received her Masters of Education in community counseling from DePaul University in June 2015 and holds a Bachelors Degree from Colorado State University in psychology and human development and family studies. Tessa specializes in substance abuse, addictions, mood and anxiety disorders, LGBTQ, and mindfulness/yoga. "
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Chicago, Illinois 60614
"I have a deep gratitude for all the patients I've known whose lives have been transformed. That's what makes it all worthwhile. My approach to psychotherapy is collaborative. We work together and as soon as I have a realization that I think can help you I will share it with you so we can use it to move forward. We draw from creativity, science, spirit and all of our mutual resources to succeed. Speaking about yourself opens up new pathways in your mind. Progress and change can then happen at any age and I'm there to see that it does."
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(773) 570-2350
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Chicago, Illinois 60614
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Codependency
"I have a deep gratitude for all the patients I've known whose lives have been transformed. That's what makes it all worthwhile. My approach to psychotherapy is collaborative. We work together and as soon as I have a realization that I think can help you I will share it with you so we can use it to move forward. We draw from creativity, science, spirit and all of our mutual resources to succeed. Speaking about yourself opens up new pathways in your mind. Progress and change can then happen at any age and I'm there to see that it does."
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Chicago, Illinois 60611
"You are the most important person you will ever meet. Why not be on good terms with yourself? I view therapy as a relationship between two people devoted to facing the deepest truths of our lives so we can be healed. I believe that coming to know ourselves and understanding why we suffer leads to genuine change, a return to health, and gives birth to a more authentic life. In therapy, we discover that we heal through relating, because the wounds that occurred in relationships must be healed in a relationship. For what was unbearable when alone, becomes bearable when shared. "
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(224) 479-0121
Chicago, Illinois 60611
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Codependency
"You are the most important person you will ever meet. Why not be on good terms with yourself? I view therapy as a relationship between two people devoted to facing the deepest truths of our lives so we can be healed. I believe that coming to know ourselves and understanding why we suffer leads to genuine change, a return to health, and gives birth to a more authentic life. In therapy, we discover that we heal through relating, because the wounds that occurred in relationships must be healed in a relationship. For what was unbearable when alone, becomes bearable when shared. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
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Chicago, Illinois 60625
"You've spent days, weeks, months, maybe even years struggling and aren't sure how much longer you can handle it. You may have tried talking to a therapist or two or more. Tried detox, inpatient, outpatient, PHP, IOP, or Community meetings and nothing seems to fill that emptiness inside. You say what you need to say to just give people what they want and you continue to feel disconnected, unworthy, and maybe even unloveable. You're tired of being who others want you to be and realize you lost yourself. That ends here. It's time for a change. "
Codependency
(773) 832-5798
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Chicago, Illinois 60625
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Codependency
"You've spent days, weeks, months, maybe even years struggling and aren't sure how much longer you can handle it. You may have tried talking to a therapist or two or more. Tried detox, inpatient, outpatient, PHP, IOP, or Community meetings and nothing seems to fill that emptiness inside. You say what you need to say to just give people what they want and you continue to feel disconnected, unworthy, and maybe even unloveable. You're tired of being who others want you to be and realize you lost yourself. That ends here. It's time for a change. "
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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
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Chicago, Illinois 60614
"As a queer transgender woman and a survivor, I know how hard it can be to seek desperately needed help, only to be made unwelcome by the very professionals we trust to provide that help. I always strive to meet my clients with openness, respect, and compassion. I believe that therapy should provide a safer space for us to work together to identify your strengths and opportunities for growth, explore your values, gain insight into your struggles, and learn new skills for healing, transformation, and liberation. "
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(947) 888-7123
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Chicago, Illinois 60614
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Codependency
"As a queer transgender woman and a survivor, I know how hard it can be to seek desperately needed help, only to be made unwelcome by the very professionals we trust to provide that help. I always strive to meet my clients with openness, respect, and compassion. I believe that therapy should provide a safer space for us to work together to identify your strengths and opportunities for growth, explore your values, gain insight into your struggles, and learn new skills for healing, transformation, and liberation. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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Chicago, Illinois 60622
"Perhaps you are wondering if therapy is really for you. Are you feeling overwhelmed and unable to manage the negative thoughts and overpowering emotions that are impacting your ability to live a happy and peaceful life? Your feelings are valid, and they provide you with a clue to uncover what is working in your life and what is not. The experience of being stuck in this negative emotional cycle can seem unending and hold you back from reaching out for support. Therapy can help."
Codependency
(872) 201-3578
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Chicago, Illinois 60622
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Codependency
"Perhaps you are wondering if therapy is really for you. Are you feeling overwhelmed and unable to manage the negative thoughts and overpowering emotions that are impacting your ability to live a happy and peaceful life? Your feelings are valid, and they provide you with a clue to uncover what is working in your life and what is not. The experience of being stuck in this negative emotional cycle can seem unending and hold you back from reaching out for support. Therapy can help."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
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Chicago, Illinois 60640
"I have over 27 years of experience working with clients, couples, families, groups and trainees in private practice and at a top academic medical center. My professional experience spans from emergency psychiatric evaluations to outpatient psychotherapy. If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship, addictions or career issues, I can help you. I love to work with individuals and couples around being their best self. I also specialize in Mindfulness Training, Performance Enhancement, Sport Psych and Public Speaking. Give me a call and we can talk about what you are looking for."
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(312) 972-6711
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Chicago, Illinois 60640
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Codependency
"I have over 27 years of experience working with clients, couples, families, groups and trainees in private practice and at a top academic medical center. My professional experience spans from emergency psychiatric evaluations to outpatient psychotherapy. If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship, addictions or career issues, I can help you. I love to work with individuals and couples around being their best self. I also specialize in Mindfulness Training, Performance Enhancement, Sport Psych and Public Speaking. Give me a call and we can talk about what you are looking for."
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PhD, MA
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Chicago, Illinois 60603
"I treat clients who struggle with a range of issues, including depression, anxiety, eating problems, relationship concerns, and school and career difficulties. More generally, I work with clients who suffer from an inability to live life to its fullest and who want a more enriching life."
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(312) 605-5979
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Chicago, Illinois 60603
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"I treat clients who struggle with a range of issues, including depression, anxiety, eating problems, relationship concerns, and school and career difficulties. More generally, I work with clients who suffer from an inability to live life to its fullest and who want a more enriching life."

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Codependency Therapists
Codependency is a personality style characterized by a need to constantly help others, especially one's primary partner, and especially a person who's addicted. Codependent people usually put aside their own needs in order to try to meet the needs of another person or other people. If you're looking for codependency counseling in Chicago, or help for someone who's codependent, these trained codependency Chicago therapists, or codependency Chicago counselors, will assist.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Chicago are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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