Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Finding the right therapist is essential in one's journey toward overcoming obstacles. I believe counseling is a collaborative and creative process where we join together to establish the change you desire. I utilize a direct, honest, and genuine communication style in our relationship. My approach combines psychotherapy and the use of experiential therapy as a means of building communication, trust, and decision-making through individual and family treatment. My treatment also involves the partnership of animal assisted therapy with my Labrador Retriever."
Couples Counseling
(847) 786-2659
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"Finding the right therapist is essential in one's journey toward overcoming obstacles. I believe counseling is a collaborative and creative process where we join together to establish the change you desire. I utilize a direct, honest, and genuine communication style in our relationship. My approach combines psychotherapy and the use of experiential therapy as a means of building communication, trust, and decision-making through individual and family treatment. My treatment also involves the partnership of animal assisted therapy with my Labrador Retriever."
Sasha Von Varga, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"THERAPY:Kids and adults learn to harness their awareness to become assertive and effective in managing their lives more consciously: kids learn to manage anxiety and depression, and stress. They experience a greater sense of personal mastery and competence. Helping kids identify choices for themselves increases their resilience and self-esteem. They're able to find positive solutions that empower them. They feel effective and in charge of meeting their own needs."
Couples Counseling
(847) 380-3214
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"THERAPY:Kids and adults learn to harness their awareness to become assertive and effective in managing their lives more consciously: kids learn to manage anxiety and depression, and stress. They experience a greater sense of personal mastery and competence. Helping kids identify choices for themselves increases their resilience and self-esteem. They're able to find positive solutions that empower them. They feel effective and in charge of meeting their own needs."
Samaritan Counseling Center, Psychologist
Psychologist
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"Welcome to the Samaritan Counseling Center, a nonprofit community organization with offices in Lake Forest, Libertyville, Winnetka, Wilmette, Evanston, Oak Park, Lincoln Park and Old Town in Chicago. Our therapists see adults, couples, adolescents and children over the age of six with a wide range of concerns. These include struggles with anxiety, depression, doubt, school and work performance, lack of fulfillment, grief, divorce, mid-life, career change, and other life transitions. We also help people who desire to improve and energize their parenting skills, relationships, and spirituality."
Couples Counseling
(847) 641-2464
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"Welcome to the Samaritan Counseling Center, a nonprofit community organization with offices in Lake Forest, Libertyville, Winnetka, Wilmette, Evanston, Oak Park, Lincoln Park and Old Town in Chicago. Our therapists see adults, couples, adolescents and children over the age of six with a wide range of concerns. These include struggles with anxiety, depression, doubt, school and work performance, lack of fulfillment, grief, divorce, mid-life, career change, and other life transitions. We also help people who desire to improve and energize their parenting skills, relationships, and spirituality."
Sari Glazebrook, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"It is my belief that everyone deserves the privilege of living their best life as their most authentic self! I work with all people; adolescents into adulthood to help understand the root cause of the issue. I welcome those who struggle with substance abuse and am an affirming therapist who specializes in LGBTQ+ issues."
Couples Counseling
(224) 427-3424
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"It is my belief that everyone deserves the privilege of living their best life as their most authentic self! I work with all people; adolescents into adulthood to help understand the root cause of the issue. I welcome those who struggle with substance abuse and am an affirming therapist who specializes in LGBTQ+ issues."
William D Gieseke,
PhD, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"In my 45 plus years of practice, I have found that most patients, before coming to see me may have tried to the best of their abilities to solve their problems. They may have consulted other psychotherapists or other allied professionals before coming to see me. The central task is for us to identify the nature of their psychological puzzle, and to find ways to collaborate in finding solutions to them. I have a particular interest in people who may have neurocognitive deficits. Also, I have an interest in children and adolescents whose parents are in the divorce process."
Couples Counseling
(847) 960-3886
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"In my 45 plus years of practice, I have found that most patients, before coming to see me may have tried to the best of their abilities to solve their problems. They may have consulted other psychotherapists or other allied professionals before coming to see me. The central task is for us to identify the nature of their psychological puzzle, and to find ways to collaborate in finding solutions to them. I have a particular interest in people who may have neurocognitive deficits. Also, I have an interest in children and adolescents whose parents are in the divorce process."
Julie A Levy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Raising children and managing a family can pose many challenges. It is not unusual for children to face adversity during some point of their development. During difficult times, I work with children and families to address social,emotional, or developmental challenges. I use a combination of play and talk therapy to provide relief from painful emotional symptoms and foster growth and resilience. I guide and support parents by sorting through the many questions and decisions that arise when parenting a child with emotional difficulties. Together, we will find new ways of resolving conflicts."
Couples Counseling
(847) 784-8690
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Couples Counseling
"Raising children and managing a family can pose many challenges. It is not unusual for children to face adversity during some point of their development. During difficult times, I work with children and families to address social,emotional, or developmental challenges. I use a combination of play and talk therapy to provide relief from painful emotional symptoms and foster growth and resilience. I guide and support parents by sorting through the many questions and decisions that arise when parenting a child with emotional difficulties. Together, we will find new ways of resolving conflicts."
Caralyn L. Graham, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Marriage and relationship problems can be overwhelming and can leave you feeling fearful for your family and yourself. I have extensive training and experience in marriage/relationship counseling, and specialize in working with individuals and couples who want to improve their relationship circumstances. We shift the narrative in communication to help you better understand the roots of conflict and pain. With insights and tools to effectively manage emotional triggers and reactivity, we create the safety needed to discuss volatile issues like money, children, power/control, infidelity and much more."
Couples Counseling
(847) 969-5121
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Couples Counseling
"Marriage and relationship problems can be overwhelming and can leave you feeling fearful for your family and yourself. I have extensive training and experience in marriage/relationship counseling, and specialize in working with individuals and couples who want to improve their relationship circumstances. We shift the narrative in communication to help you better understand the roots of conflict and pain. With insights and tools to effectively manage emotional triggers and reactivity, we create the safety needed to discuss volatile issues like money, children, power/control, infidelity and much more."
Alan J Levy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"When you enter therapy, you give yourself a unique opportunity to explore your needs and feelings, and find new ways to meet the challenges in your life. A crucial ingredient for success lies in your relationship with your therapist. My approach is human, engaging and collaborative. We explore your feelings, reactions, and understanding of your relationships, and develop a deeper, sense of your needs, wishes, and how to fulfill your goals. I recognize that each person has unique emotional needs and struggles and I work actively to help you find new ways to understand, cope with, and resolve your concerns."
Couples Counseling
(847) 416-0358 x1
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Couples Counseling
"When you enter therapy, you give yourself a unique opportunity to explore your needs and feelings, and find new ways to meet the challenges in your life. A crucial ingredient for success lies in your relationship with your therapist. My approach is human, engaging and collaborative. We explore your feelings, reactions, and understanding of your relationships, and develop a deeper, sense of your needs, wishes, and how to fulfill your goals. I recognize that each person has unique emotional needs and struggles and I work actively to help you find new ways to understand, cope with, and resolve your concerns."
Meleta Ward, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a licensed clinical social worker with over 29 years of experience providing therapy to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families with a wide range of problems and concerns. I have extensive post graduate training and experience in addictions, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression, anxiety, generalized stress, and relationship difficulties."
Couples Counseling
(847) 416-2716
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"I am a licensed clinical social worker with over 29 years of experience providing therapy to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families with a wide range of problems and concerns. I have extensive post graduate training and experience in addictions, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression, anxiety, generalized stress, and relationship difficulties."
Jennifer Goldstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"It seems like you've got it together but nobody seems to realize you're floundering. They don't know what's inside: a tally of every failure, a plan for every what if, chronic worry, fear and insecurity and thoughts- so many thoughts! It's impossible to focus. As a woman you play a lot of roles: daughter, lover, friend, mother, employee, entrepreneur- it's crazymaking! It can be easy to lose the YOU in all of this. You were a person before you became the social chameleon you're required to be right now. The anxious feeling never goes away and you don't know what to do, so you suffer quietly. You don't have to stay here."
Couples Counseling
(847) 268-3025
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Couples Counseling
"It seems like you've got it together but nobody seems to realize you're floundering. They don't know what's inside: a tally of every failure, a plan for every what if, chronic worry, fear and insecurity and thoughts- so many thoughts! It's impossible to focus. As a woman you play a lot of roles: daughter, lover, friend, mother, employee, entrepreneur- it's crazymaking! It can be easy to lose the YOU in all of this. You were a person before you became the social chameleon you're required to be right now. The anxious feeling never goes away and you don't know what to do, so you suffer quietly. You don't have to stay here."
Susan Stern, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a most caring and empathetic person and therapist, I am dedicated in helping children, teens, adolescents, young adults and parents to feel better; connected to themselves and to others in a healthy way. I see parents both individually and as couples. -- All therapy, is a collaborative approach; together we can help you, your marriage or your child to feel better. When we get into trouble, feel really bad emotionally, depressed, anxious-- it is often parts of our self that we do not know very well. I guide my patients to illuminate the unconscious forces and see what is there."
Couples Counseling
(847) 693-4066
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Couples Counseling
"As a most caring and empathetic person and therapist, I am dedicated in helping children, teens, adolescents, young adults and parents to feel better; connected to themselves and to others in a healthy way. I see parents both individually and as couples. -- All therapy, is a collaborative approach; together we can help you, your marriage or your child to feel better. When we get into trouble, feel really bad emotionally, depressed, anxious-- it is often parts of our self that we do not know very well. I guide my patients to illuminate the unconscious forces and see what is there."
Rebecca DeNosaquo, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach to therapy is active, collaborative, and conversational. I work hard to create a space where you feel comfortable and understood. Within this type of connection, you are better able to explore difficult thoughts, feelings, and experiences and you are more likely to make meaningful, lasting changes in your life."
Couples Counseling
(847) 904-0659
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Couples Counseling
"My approach to therapy is active, collaborative, and conversational. I work hard to create a space where you feel comfortable and understood. Within this type of connection, you are better able to explore difficult thoughts, feelings, and experiences and you are more likely to make meaningful, lasting changes in your life."
Nicole Kioussis, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counseling (LCPC) in the State of Illinois. I completed my Master's Degree at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, Illinois. For the past ten years I’ve been working in a variety of roles in a non-profit, social services agency, providing guidance and support to individuals with cognitive and physical disabilities, depression, bipolar disorder, trauma history, mood disorders, etc. I have facilitated groups based on mindfulness, decision making, grief processing, communication, and relationship building. "
Couples Counseling
(224) 229-0784
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Couples Counseling
"I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counseling (LCPC) in the State of Illinois. I completed my Master's Degree at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, Illinois. For the past ten years I’ve been working in a variety of roles in a non-profit, social services agency, providing guidance and support to individuals with cognitive and physical disabilities, depression, bipolar disorder, trauma history, mood disorders, etc. I have facilitated groups based on mindfulness, decision making, grief processing, communication, and relationship building. "
Susan Shrifter-Fialkow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 25 years of experience in helping people with a variety of presenting problems. Are anxiety, depression, health or relationship issues making you feel "stuck" and keeping you from living the life you want right now? I work collaboratively with my clients building on already existing strengths to help reach the goals of behavioral and emotional growth. My approach is integrative, and I find using cognitive/behavioral and family/systems thinking to be most effective in helping my clients."
Couples Counseling
(847) 533-1818
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Couples Counseling
"I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 25 years of experience in helping people with a variety of presenting problems. Are anxiety, depression, health or relationship issues making you feel "stuck" and keeping you from living the life you want right now? I work collaboratively with my clients building on already existing strengths to help reach the goals of behavioral and emotional growth. My approach is integrative, and I find using cognitive/behavioral and family/systems thinking to be most effective in helping my clients."
Cynthia Ashton, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with both individuals and couples. We begin by defining your needs for therapy.Then, we work toward clarity and understanding to learn for example, why you feel stuck or why you might be successful in one part of your life and not another. My work often incorporates learning better relational skills like boundaries and effective communication as well as developing a more compassionate and helpful way of relating to yourself."
Couples Counseling
(847) 960-3315
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Couples Counseling
"I work with both individuals and couples. We begin by defining your needs for therapy.Then, we work toward clarity and understanding to learn for example, why you feel stuck or why you might be successful in one part of your life and not another. My work often incorporates learning better relational skills like boundaries and effective communication as well as developing a more compassionate and helpful way of relating to yourself."
Rich Matsumoto, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Choosing a therapist for yourself or a family member can understandably be a very difficult decision. Reading bios and looking at photographs of therapists can be helpful, but I believe it is essential that you feel as comfortable as possible before committing to working with any therapist. Without commitment or fee, I invite those interested in therapy to speak on the phone or meet with me in my office and talk about their concerns. My intention is to provide you with the best assurance that I am understanding of your needs and can be of help to you or your family member."
Couples Counseling
(847) 865-9232
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Couples Counseling
"Choosing a therapist for yourself or a family member can understandably be a very difficult decision. Reading bios and looking at photographs of therapists can be helpful, but I believe it is essential that you feel as comfortable as possible before committing to working with any therapist. Without commitment or fee, I invite those interested in therapy to speak on the phone or meet with me in my office and talk about their concerns. My intention is to provide you with the best assurance that I am understanding of your needs and can be of help to you or your family member."
Janet Voss, LCPC, CADC, Certified EFT Couples, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC, CADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Scheduling an appointment for therapy is a personal choice, reflecting a desire for change or betterment in an area of one’s life. It may be prompted by a long-standing pattern or relationship that is increasingly difficult. One might schedule an appointment after a critical incident, crisis or anxiety or depressed mood. For others, seeking therapy relates to the frustration one feels after repeated efforts have not lead to desired results. There are also times when individual therapy is a successful starting point for one spouse to get support for a marriage; when a partner is not ready for couples therapy."
Couples Counseling
(847) 764-9231
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Couples Counseling
"Scheduling an appointment for therapy is a personal choice, reflecting a desire for change or betterment in an area of one’s life. It may be prompted by a long-standing pattern or relationship that is increasingly difficult. One might schedule an appointment after a critical incident, crisis or anxiety or depressed mood. For others, seeking therapy relates to the frustration one feels after repeated efforts have not lead to desired results. There are also times when individual therapy is a successful starting point for one spouse to get support for a marriage; when a partner is not ready for couples therapy."
Melissa A. Frey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you struggling with your relationship, health, or health of a loved one? Maybe you feel unappreciated or like you aren’t being heard. Maybe your health has taken an unexpected turn and you feel unsure how to redefine yourself and sense of identity. You question how to get back on track and if you can. Living with a challenging relationship or health condition can make you feel like you've tried everything and nothing is working. You may feel like you're the only person who has faced your specific struggle and aren't sure what to do. Your friends and family try to help, but their feedback seems biased, or they don't understand."
Couples Counseling
(872) 704-1920
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Couples Counseling
"Are you struggling with your relationship, health, or health of a loved one? Maybe you feel unappreciated or like you aren’t being heard. Maybe your health has taken an unexpected turn and you feel unsure how to redefine yourself and sense of identity. You question how to get back on track and if you can. Living with a challenging relationship or health condition can make you feel like you've tried everything and nothing is working. You may feel like you're the only person who has faced your specific struggle and aren't sure what to do. Your friends and family try to help, but their feedback seems biased, or they don't understand."
Rachel Dubrow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"When you feel like there aren’t enough hours in a day and are “running on empty”, you want to find some relief NOW. Maybe you’ve felt unhappy with work or things at home for a while and haven’t known how to make things better. You might have even noticed that you can't sleep. You’re feeling more irritable, unsatisfied, or not interested in being with family, friends, or participating in hobbies like you used to. By the end of the day, it’s too late or you’re too tired to relax and have fun, let alone go on a date or catch up with your partner or kids. "
Couples Counseling
(847) 527-8507
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Couples Counseling
"When you feel like there aren’t enough hours in a day and are “running on empty”, you want to find some relief NOW. Maybe you’ve felt unhappy with work or things at home for a while and haven’t known how to make things better. You might have even noticed that you can't sleep. You’re feeling more irritable, unsatisfied, or not interested in being with family, friends, or participating in hobbies like you used to. By the end of the day, it’s too late or you’re too tired to relax and have fun, let alone go on a date or catch up with your partner or kids. "
Lisa Baskfield, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with individuals, couples, and families struggling with a wide range of issues. I have clinical experience and interest in working with clients whose challenges include conflict resolution, communication issues, anxiety, parenting issues, life stage transitions, loss and grief."
Couples Counseling
(224) 505-4894
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Couples Counseling
"I work with individuals, couples, and families struggling with a wide range of issues. I have clinical experience and interest in working with clients whose challenges include conflict resolution, communication issues, anxiety, parenting issues, life stage transitions, loss and grief."

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Couples Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for couples counseling in 60093 or for a 60093 couples counselor these professionals provide couples counseling services in 60093. They include counselors for couples. Couples therapy, sometimes called marital therapy, can be defined as treatment for the relationship of the couple. Conjoint treatment--seeing the couple together--is the approach used most of the time by therapists who identify themselves as doing couples or marital therapy.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 60093 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 60093 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 60093 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 60093 or family therapy in 60093.