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"Home Psych Services, P.C. is perfectly suited for clients looking for integrated behavioral healthcare where they can receive counseling, neuropsychological testing, and psychotropic medication management all under one roof with seamless coordination of care. Our ideal client is looking for a provider who will serve as a partner in change - respecting their unique goals and providing expert guidance to achieve these goals. Our clients appreciate that we use evidence-based treatment protocols and respect and honor diversity in our clients."
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(847) 512-7069
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"Home Psych Services, P.C. is perfectly suited for clients looking for integrated behavioral healthcare where they can receive counseling, neuropsychological testing, and psychotropic medication management all under one roof with seamless coordination of care. Our ideal client is looking for a provider who will serve as a partner in change - respecting their unique goals and providing expert guidance to achieve these goals. Our clients appreciate that we use evidence-based treatment protocols and respect and honor diversity in our clients."
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Christy Reh, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
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"Finding the right therapist is incredibly important and I strive to create a non-judgmental and safe therapeutic environment. I work primarily with individual adult clients with a specialization in working with emerging adult women (ages 18 - 30) but also treat adolescents and their parents when the adolescent is struggling with an eating disorder. Within therapy, I focus on understanding your emotions, expressing your emotions in a healthy and constructive way, relationships, and how early childhood and family experiences have affected you so you are better able to create healthy coping mechanisms for the stresses of daily life."
(312) 646-4540
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"Finding the right therapist is incredibly important and I strive to create a non-judgmental and safe therapeutic environment. I work primarily with individual adult clients with a specialization in working with emerging adult women (ages 18 - 30) but also treat adolescents and their parents when the adolescent is struggling with an eating disorder. Within therapy, I focus on understanding your emotions, expressing your emotions in a healthy and constructive way, relationships, and how early childhood and family experiences have affected you so you are better able to create healthy coping mechanisms for the stresses of daily life."
Marilyn Stuckey, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
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"Just as our immune system is designed to protect our physical health, our mind is designed to cope with stress and protect our mental health. But when life’s pressures becomes too great, we may develop negative patterns of thought or behavior that causes us even further distress. To help my clients heal from emotional wounds and develop better coping strategies, I use cognitive-behavioral techniques, psychodynamic exploration, and EMDR, in an atmosphere of non-judgmental support. With increased self-awareness and support for positive risk-taking, clients are empowered to live life more joyfully."
(773) 280-8350
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"Just as our immune system is designed to protect our physical health, our mind is designed to cope with stress and protect our mental health. But when life’s pressures becomes too great, we may develop negative patterns of thought or behavior that causes us even further distress. To help my clients heal from emotional wounds and develop better coping strategies, I use cognitive-behavioral techniques, psychodynamic exploration, and EMDR, in an atmosphere of non-judgmental support. With increased self-awareness and support for positive risk-taking, clients are empowered to live life more joyfully."
Gary Schochet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"I am a caring individual who wholeheartedly believes that everyone I work with has the capacity of improving the quality of their life. I use my 30 years of therapy experience to help people overcome depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and other crises that may feel overwhelming to them. I start from a basic premise that most of our pain comes not from the behavior and communications of other but from how we interpret them. I work with people to improve their communications, their self-esteem, their capacity to love and receive love and to accomplish more of their life's goals."
(866) 296-5262 x101
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"I am a caring individual who wholeheartedly believes that everyone I work with has the capacity of improving the quality of their life. I use my 30 years of therapy experience to help people overcome depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and other crises that may feel overwhelming to them. I start from a basic premise that most of our pain comes not from the behavior and communications of other but from how we interpret them. I work with people to improve their communications, their self-esteem, their capacity to love and receive love and to accomplish more of their life's goals."
Patricia McMahon, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
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"My clients often seek counseling to improve their relationships and examine how they manage decisions. To accomplish this, s/he/they explore what attracts -- and frustrates -- them in family, friendship, work and romantic relationships. Clients explore problem solving, motivation underlying behavior, and career desires. Sometimes clients share painful memories of things done to them, or of things they did that are outside their typical behavior. Clients often discuss depression, anxiety, anger, self-esteem/confidence, relationship conflict, sexuality, polyamory, traumatic experiences and educational choices or career growth."
(847) 570-0817
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"My clients often seek counseling to improve their relationships and examine how they manage decisions. To accomplish this, s/he/they explore what attracts -- and frustrates -- them in family, friendship, work and romantic relationships. Clients explore problem solving, motivation underlying behavior, and career desires. Sometimes clients share painful memories of things done to them, or of things they did that are outside their typical behavior. Clients often discuss depression, anxiety, anger, self-esteem/confidence, relationship conflict, sexuality, polyamory, traumatic experiences and educational choices or career growth."
Sara P Zasowski, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MS, AMFT
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"I work with individuals, couples and families who want to function more healthily in everyday life and improve their relationships with self and others. Clients who share space with me want to understand how to feel better, how to think more productively and how to access their strengths in a way that will bring them closer to their goals. My approach is collaborative and affirming. By working together in a safe, compassionate, and curious space, I am able to help my clients feel more attuned to their wants, needs and constraints to change. "
(773) 644-1324
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"I work with individuals, couples and families who want to function more healthily in everyday life and improve their relationships with self and others. Clients who share space with me want to understand how to feel better, how to think more productively and how to access their strengths in a way that will bring them closer to their goals. My approach is collaborative and affirming. By working together in a safe, compassionate, and curious space, I am able to help my clients feel more attuned to their wants, needs and constraints to change. "
Michelle Malters, Clinical Psychologist
Clinical Psychologist, Psy.D.
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"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."
(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."
Rachel E. S. Wright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Renew. Revive. Restore. The decision to begin therapy is a brave one. Embarking on a journey of healing is an investment in one's self. I seek to partner with clients on their quest to better understand themselves, their relationships and their lives. In the confines of a respectful, nurturing relationship, clients heal from their past and create a new narrative in which they can thrive."
(312) 651-6758
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"Renew. Revive. Restore. The decision to begin therapy is a brave one. Embarking on a journey of healing is an investment in one's self. I seek to partner with clients on their quest to better understand themselves, their relationships and their lives. In the confines of a respectful, nurturing relationship, clients heal from their past and create a new narrative in which they can thrive."
Marian Sharkey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
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"Do you have a sense deep down that your life could be so much better? Have you found that despite your best efforts, you continue to struggle with low self-esteem and self-sabotaging behaviors and emotions that thwart your happiness? In my work as a psychotherapist in private practice and at Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation, I have helped people with a wide range of problems overcome the obstacles that get in the way of positive change. It would would be a pleasure and privilege to work with you in helping you achieve your goals for a more fulfilling life."
(312) 635-5110
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"Do you have a sense deep down that your life could be so much better? Have you found that despite your best efforts, you continue to struggle with low self-esteem and self-sabotaging behaviors and emotions that thwart your happiness? In my work as a psychotherapist in private practice and at Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation, I have helped people with a wide range of problems overcome the obstacles that get in the way of positive change. It would would be a pleasure and privilege to work with you in helping you achieve your goals for a more fulfilling life."
Jessica Rose Gentry, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MA
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"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 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. "
(872) 281-4158
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"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 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. "
Joseph Cullen, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"For over 20 years I have been helping people with anxiety, depression, relationship struggles and work related challenges. Regardless of how intelligent or insightful a person is, everyone may at times become overwhelmed or stuck. We may not know what to do, or knowing what to do we are puzzled by why we don't act in our own best interests. Becoming "unstuck", acting in one's best interests, often requires the courage to experience painful feelings and tolerate uncertainty while changing. At these times, the safety and privacy of the therapeutic relationship can help one to move forward to a more fulfilling life."
(312) 229-0343
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"For over 20 years I have been helping people with anxiety, depression, relationship struggles and work related challenges. Regardless of how intelligent or insightful a person is, everyone may at times become overwhelmed or stuck. We may not know what to do, or knowing what to do we are puzzled by why we don't act in our own best interests. Becoming "unstuck", acting in one's best interests, often requires the courage to experience painful feelings and tolerate uncertainty while changing. At these times, the safety and privacy of the therapeutic relationship can help one to move forward to a more fulfilling life."
Regan Murphy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, AM
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I have a deep sense of commitment for helping others develop the life they want to live. I believe you are the expert in your life and you already have many of the resources that lead to finding greater fulfillment. I approach my role as a collaborator, consultant and coach to help you reach your goals. I support you to identify barriers, to increase motivation and self-compassion, and to enhance capacity to respond to stressors. I strive to provide a safe and reliable relationship, and I will encourage us to slow down to create a space for reflection on your thoughts, feelings, actions and values."
(312) 626-8720
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"I have a deep sense of commitment for helping others develop the life they want to live. I believe you are the expert in your life and you already have many of the resources that lead to finding greater fulfillment. I approach my role as a collaborator, consultant and coach to help you reach your goals. I support you to identify barriers, to increase motivation and self-compassion, and to enhance capacity to respond to stressors. I strive to provide a safe and reliable relationship, and I will encourage us to slow down to create a space for reflection on your thoughts, feelings, actions and values."
Maureen Rowley Barnett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I am interactive, relational and have a great respect for those who have the courage to ask for help. Most people contact me when feeling anxiety or depression due to life's challenges. My intent is to help you alleviate emotional distress as you access inner strength, identify options for change and implement a course of action. Though many of my clients are individuals I have a special interest in couple and family work."
(269) 409-1956
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"I am interactive, relational and have a great respect for those who have the courage to ask for help. Most people contact me when feeling anxiety or depression due to life's challenges. My intent is to help you alleviate emotional distress as you access inner strength, identify options for change and implement a course of action. Though many of my clients are individuals I have a special interest in couple and family work."
Molly Reynolds, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, CCTP
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Look, life is tough. Workplace environments can be unwelcoming or hostile. Relationships - even the best ones - can be complicated and difficult to manage. Life can be frustrating and frightening. Chronic or acute medical conditions - trauma, addictions, anxiety, mood disorders - only add to the challenge called "living."But I may be able to help you. I create a safe, accepting and understanding environment where you can be open and vulnerable. Treatment plans are tailored to meet your needs and draw from different therapies: Trauma-Informed, Client Centered/Strength Focused, Cognitive Behavioral, Dialetical Behavioral, Cognitive Processing , Motivational Interviewing and Solution-Focused therapy."
(224) 434-3498
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"Look, life is tough. Workplace environments can be unwelcoming or hostile. Relationships - even the best ones - can be complicated and difficult to manage. Life can be frustrating and frightening. Chronic or acute medical conditions - trauma, addictions, anxiety, mood disorders - only add to the challenge called "living."But I may be able to help you. I create a safe, accepting and understanding environment where you can be open and vulnerable. Treatment plans are tailored to meet your needs and draw from different therapies: Trauma-Informed, Client Centered/Strength Focused, Cognitive Behavioral, Dialetical Behavioral, Cognitive Processing , Motivational Interviewing and Solution-Focused therapy."
Kate Rooney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AM, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"The decision to enter therapy is a difficult one and indicates a serious commitment to improving and changing your life. My job is to join you in that commitment, and in doing so help you develop a sense of what you need and where you want your life to take you. For some this means establishing goals and priorities, for others it means figuring out how to achieve them. For each of my clients the focus and plan for our work together will vary depending on your individual needs, goals, and situation."
(312) 883-9939
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"The decision to enter therapy is a difficult one and indicates a serious commitment to improving and changing your life. My job is to join you in that commitment, and in doing so help you develop a sense of what you need and where you want your life to take you. For some this means establishing goals and priorities, for others it means figuring out how to achieve them. For each of my clients the focus and plan for our work together will vary depending on your individual needs, goals, and situation."
Colin Ennis, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
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"The longer I practice as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, the more my work has come to focus on empowerment. Sometimes people and systems hold us back, sometimes we hold ourselves back, and far too often we sell ourselves short. I can help you navigate these problems as you work toward becoming the best version of yourself. Everyone’s journey and their needs in psychotherapy are different and I don’t believe in one-size-fits-all solutions. However, I generally view the goal of psychotherapy as getting relief from your most pressing problems while developing the insights and skills to help you manage long after therapy has ended."
(773) 454-1150
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"The longer I practice as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, the more my work has come to focus on empowerment. Sometimes people and systems hold us back, sometimes we hold ourselves back, and far too often we sell ourselves short. I can help you navigate these problems as you work toward becoming the best version of yourself. Everyone’s journey and their needs in psychotherapy are different and I don’t believe in one-size-fits-all solutions. However, I generally view the goal of psychotherapy as getting relief from your most pressing problems while developing the insights and skills to help you manage long after therapy has ended."
Miren Itziar Guereca, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LCPC
"The weight of your daily responsibilities and tasks can be overbearing. You may feel as if you have no control and fear is starting to set in. At times your past comes to haunt you and guilt and shame can rear its ugly head. Perhaps you find yourself in limbo, trapped between two cultures. Your family riddles your waking life with obligations and expectations from the motherland. And yet your innermost desires cater more to a modern “American life”. Living between two worlds can at times be a difficult balancing act and you feel as if you do not fit anywhere. "
(872) 814-6682
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"The weight of your daily responsibilities and tasks can be overbearing. You may feel as if you have no control and fear is starting to set in. At times your past comes to haunt you and guilt and shame can rear its ugly head. Perhaps you find yourself in limbo, trapped between two cultures. Your family riddles your waking life with obligations and expectations from the motherland. And yet your innermost desires cater more to a modern “American life”. Living between two worlds can at times be a difficult balancing act and you feel as if you do not fit anywhere. "
Dr. Vara Saripalli, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
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"Many women are living with immense distress and may be so used to it they do not even notice it any more. Or they may not be aware of how much it’s sapping their energy. The modern idea of “women can have it all” creates increased pressure for all of us to live up to an impossible ideal. One of the best things I can do for ambitious women is help you discover and create what I call the “freedom of limits”. In other words, help you realize that just because you can do something it doesn’t mean that you should do something. Freedom of limits gives you permission to choose what is most important. What does this mean in real life? "
(708) 669-0165
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"Many women are living with immense distress and may be so used to it they do not even notice it any more. Or they may not be aware of how much it’s sapping their energy. The modern idea of “women can have it all” creates increased pressure for all of us to live up to an impossible ideal. One of the best things I can do for ambitious women is help you discover and create what I call the “freedom of limits”. In other words, help you realize that just because you can do something it doesn’t mean that you should do something. Freedom of limits gives you permission to choose what is most important. What does this mean in real life? "
Hezekiah Franklin
MA
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"Living well is an extremely difficult affair. Whether a hard relationship, a traumatic event, or a rough season that may make little sense - there is hope. As a lover of stories, I have found that the most potent ones often lie buried beneath layers of pain, guilt, and shame, where they influence the way we think, feel, and relate to others. Paradoxically, healing often begins by telling the very stories that bring us pain. Even still, when the dust settles we are often faced with difficult choices that may feel overwhelming. Whatever you're facing, I believe using a safe space to understand your world will make it more manageable."
(872) 666-9757 x7
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"Living well is an extremely difficult affair. Whether a hard relationship, a traumatic event, or a rough season that may make little sense - there is hope. As a lover of stories, I have found that the most potent ones often lie buried beneath layers of pain, guilt, and shame, where they influence the way we think, feel, and relate to others. Paradoxically, healing often begins by telling the very stories that bring us pain. Even still, when the dust settles we are often faced with difficult choices that may feel overwhelming. Whatever you're facing, I believe using a safe space to understand your world will make it more manageable."
Sarah Farris, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCPC
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"When stress and anxiety become overwhelming, they damage emotional and physical wellbeing and threaten relationships, self-esteem, and your ability to focus and perform your best. Overthinking, self-doubt and frequent worrying can be distracting and make it harder to enjoy daily life. I'm an experienced therapist with a passion in guiding the healing process for individuals with stress/anxiety, depression, relationships, life transitions, grief, body image and communication troubles. I recognize that clients are their own experts and aim to develop a goal-oriented, non-judgmental environment where clients can cope make adjustments."
(773) 492-8532
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"When stress and anxiety become overwhelming, they damage emotional and physical wellbeing and threaten relationships, self-esteem, and your ability to focus and perform your best. Overthinking, self-doubt and frequent worrying can be distracting and make it harder to enjoy daily life. I'm an experienced therapist with a passion in guiding the healing process for individuals with stress/anxiety, depression, relationships, life transitions, grief, body image and communication troubles. I recognize that clients are their own experts and aim to develop a goal-oriented, non-judgmental environment where clients can cope make adjustments."

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