Relationship Issues Therapists in East Rogers Park, Chicago, IL

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Bethany Cook
Psychologist, PsyD, HSP, MT-BC, PsyPact
Verified
I am a 44-year-old biological mother of two young children in a same-sex relationship , a licensed clinical psychologist with a specialty in neuropsychological assessment, a music therapist, and ex-communicated Mormon from Indiana with a wicked sense of humor.
Through raw, real and relatable communication I help others find the greatness within themselves. I offer practical, hands-on guidance with a trademark unconventional approach that brims with bold candor, spicy humor, and an F-bomb (or two). My clients benefit from my relentlessly upbeat, contagiously positive outlook and refreshing departure from the stuffy, overly-clinical methodology that distinguish my uniquely relatable style. I bring real-world guidance to individuals and families of all socioeconomic and mental health backgrounds, based on over 20-plus years of clinical experience in the field.
(872) 215-9164 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Bradley Sears
Counselor, Bradley Sears, MA, LCPC
Verified
Since 2004, I have worked with both adults and young people ages 14 to 19 of all sexual orientations, specializing in anxiety, depression and relationship issues .
Regardless of the challenges you face in life, I believe growth and healing are possible. Therapy can help you deepen your relationships and cultivate more passion, meaning and resilience. My approach, a synthesis of a range of theoretical orientations, is built on a foundation of empathy, acceptance and trust. I don't view you as a collection of symptoms, but rather as a whole, complex person with a unique life and experiences.
(309) 247-8662 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
Offers online therapy
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Paul M Martin
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
My style of therapy is best suited towards clients who hope to develop a meaningful therapeutic relationship that can be used to better understand and address uncomfortable feelings and problematic relational patterns. By helping clients talk about disappointing and hurtful relationships throughout their lives, I have been amazed to see how well clients can make sense of what once seemed confusing and disorienting, ultimately moving forward with greater confidence. Additionally, I have a deep respect for the healing process that ensues when people can increasingly express their feelings and thoughts free of fear or inhibition.
(773) 295-7682 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Monika Gutkowska
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
You may feel stuck, lost, lonely, or unsure how to move forward. Therapy can assist you to break through persistent patterns and give you clarity. For almost two decades, I have been helping others through a variety of life challenges including trauma, grief/loss, depression, anxiety, life transitions, family and relationship concerns. As an immigrant, I understand struggles of adjustment and acculturation process. I value working with people who want to grow through their relationships, career, undergrad/grad school or personal self-discovery. This includes exploration of how social identities and systemic forces impacts us.
(773) 207-4553 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
Offers online therapy
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Fallon Sowers-Saini
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Do you struggle with setting boundaries or prioritizing your needs in relationships? Do feelings of guilt or shame keep you from being vulnerable? Do you ever find yourself feeling anxious or depressed but can’t understand why? Trauma can often play a role in how we think, feel, and act. As a trauma-focused therapist I have a thorough understanding of not only the impact trauma can have on a person’s life but also a person’s capacity to heal from trauma. I practice within a relational approach to therapy based on the mutuality, respect, and collaboration within the therapeutic relationship .
(773) 207-3902 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Michael J Banks
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Are you feeling stuck? Does your life seem to be on hold? Are you struggling with worries & anxiety or sadness & depression? Are you facing a relationship challenge with your spouse, your child, a collegue or friend? Or do you have health concerns such as allergies, stress, weight, etc? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Health & Life Coaching offers you an effective method for resolving your problems & realizing your goals. In helping you, my focus will be on bridging the gap between where you are now and where you hope to be in the future.
(773) 312-3462 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
Offers online therapy
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Amy Groessl
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
Verified
My clinical expertise focuses on trauma, attachment, grief/loss, relationship dynamics, and working with those within the adoption triad.
Whether you wish to gain clarity about a life challenge or seek to resolve a deeper change from within, our work together will present an opportunity to rework the patterns that may be disrupting your relationships or preventing you from fulfilling your life goals. I am trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy, viewing our therapeutic relationship as central to the change process, while helping you to understand how conflicts from the past affect the way you feel in the present. I approach our work together from a genuine, empathetic stance with openness and curiosity. It is important that we are partners in your healing process.
(773) 570-9224 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
Not accepting new clients
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Debra Bartelt
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT
Verified
I can assist you with difficulties in your life due to relationship issues , divorce, life transitions, academic /job stress, past or current trauma, anxiety, and depression.
Often what brings people to therapy is the desire to change a pattern of behavior that no longer works in your best interest. Changing the way we handle certain areas of our lives can be a difficult process. Finding the right therapist for you is essential in making this change happen. Together we will explore what change you would like to move towards, and understand how your patterns developed over time. What once were effective coping skills may no longer be necessary or useful, but letting go and finding another way is the work we can do together.
(773) 906-7448 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Robert Benson Sanoshy
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
My ideal style of therapy is suited to clients who believe that the relationship between therapist and client is paramount to the ability to change. I believe that change happens at the crossroads of challenge and non-judgement and this is the primary focus of my treatment- creating a safe environment in which clients believe they can present their issues and have them challenged in a supportive and non-judgemental way. I firmly believe that all clients have the ability to heal and grow regardless of personal, historical, professional and relational challenges.
(773) 570-7904 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Ron Pajak
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Areas of particular interest are career changes; men's issues; relationship issues ; gay men and coming out; grief and loss; trauma; depression and anxiety; the creative process; premarital counseling.
Therapy is a healthy resource. Everyone needs an objective, non-judgmental person to talk with in a confidential and warm environment. Sometimes you feel something is not quite right, but you can't put your finger on it. Other times, you know exactly what it is. Either way, telling your story can help figure things out by identifying your patterns of thought, behavior and emotions. Are any of them getting in the way? Together we discover the obstacles to achieving a stronger sense of well-being. Most importantly, we figure out how you can remove obstacles to leading a happier, more authentic life.
(312) 257-3618 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Mindful Psychology Associates
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
At Mindful Psychology Associates, we specialize in anxiety, depression, stress, relationship difficulties, college student mental health, eating disorders, life transitions and adjustment, trauma, substance abuse, LGBTQ individuals, for individuals age 10 and up.
June 2022 update: We have openings for new clients for telehealth and in person! Are you stressed out or depressed and wanting to live your life with more ease? Imagine your life with more calm, peace, and trust in yourself and your ability to handle whatever may come your way. Imagine feeling more fulfilled in your work and your relationships! The guidance and support of an experienced licensed therapist can help you navigate the more trying times. Seeing one of our therapists can help you feel more content and purposeful as you navigate life, whether it is through a life transition or dealing with serious mental health symptoms.
(847) 864-0600 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Jennifer Jones
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
I offer a holistic, individualized approach to treatment centered around the client-therapist relationship . My training is in relational psychodynamic psychotherapy; however, I use a variety of therapeutic interventions including art therapy, breathwork, yoga for trauma, meditation and mindfulness. I believe in empowering each individual through psychoeducation around sleep and diet, attachment styles, the mind-body connection, etc. I have extensive experience in working with trauma, including survivors of domestic violence, emotional & sexual abuse as well as complex childhood trauma. I see adults, adolescents and families.
(773) 570-5445 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Anna Zarovsky
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC
Verified
I utilize a supportive and warm approach that is integrative of mindfulness and dialectical-behavioral principles. I work from the perspective that the client-therapist relationship is paramount to progress, and believe that it is the stepping stone to growth and change. Clients set their own pace and can process each step of their journey. I believe in gentle challenging to move through patterns that are not serving anymore and provide practical skill-use in and out of the office.
(224) 212-1452 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Kara Lyn Anderson
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified
My work with families routinely addresses trauma, interpersonal conflict, infidelity, strengthening the parent/child relationship , blended families and coping with loss or divorce.
Whether with our intimate partners, children, siblings, parents, extended family relations or work colleagues we are always striving to navigate relationships that cultivate joy and connection. However, these relationships can sometimes leave us feeling unheard, misunderstood and anxious about our future. Healthy relationships are something we all desire, but often have a difficult time identifying and defining for ourselves. I believe that there is no greater investment than understanding the way you connect with yourself and others.
 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Steph Meyers
Counselor, MA, LCPC
Verified
I specialize in relationship issues , stress reduction, anxiety, depression, women's concerns and adolescent struggles.
Is the stress of work or school overwhelming you? Are your relationships difficult? Are you struggling with feelings of shame or vulnerability? Do you feel unsatisfied? Everyone experiences life differently. My training and experience as a counselor has led me to a deep understanding of how we live in our worlds: with our families, within our relationships, and even how we perceive ourselves. My approach to counseling is based on helping others find the solutions that lie within themselves. Evening and weekend appointments are available.
(312) 925-8086 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Denise Simmons Giblin
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DMin, MS, LCSW, EMDR
Verified
People come to Dr. Giblin with problems of anxiety, depression, trauma, and relationship problems. She has been in practice for 30 years working with adults of all ages. She is attuned to understanding childhood patterns that no longer work and may contribute to one's current stress. Dr. Giblin is trained in both classical psychodynamic understanding and also in the newer modes of somatic intervention. She is focused and goal oriented while maintaining a constancy of compassion and care in integrating the new somatic therapies with an integration of of depth psychology.
(847) 316-0403 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Martin McCarthy Jr.
Psychologist
Verified
All of us -- women and men, young and old, poor, middle class and upscale folks, minorities and majorities -- have to deal with complexity. As a therapist I help heal hurts from the past, assist clients in managing present challenges, and work collaboratively to create more satisfying future lives. The people who see me for individual, couples and family therapy represent a culturally diverse group. Their difficulties range from anxiety and depression, to stress disorders, OCD/OCPD, relationship problems, employment issues, and bereavement. Many of these women and men report quick progress in better managing their personal, family, academic, and work lives.
(847) 562-5895 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Martha Christensen
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
I also help people with relationship concerns, academic and career satisfaction, and life transitions (marriage, children, midlife issues).
Achieving personal growth is a commitment of time and effort: change is hard work! That's why my style is warm, open, and direct. A sense of humor helps too. Whether you're interested in brief, solution-focused assistance or longer term work, I'll help you uncover the causes of your current challenges by examining how past experiences, thought patterns, or other issues prevent you from having a more fulfilling life. Everyone comes to therapy for unique reasons. I feel I've done my job when my clients can leave with a greater sense of satisfaction and self-confidence.
(773) 669-7977 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Cate Grund
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
Verified
I work with people who are experiencing problems because of relationship difficulties, loss, infertility, family transitions, work problems, substance use and health issues.
Change is hard. But change is necessary when we find ourselves in situations where we feel sad, anxious, angry or stuck. My ultimate goal as a therapist is to help you develop more options in life -- to help you realize your potential in love, work and play. This involves the development of new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving. I will be your collaborator in this process. I will strive to create a safe, empathic and non-judgmental environment that will allow you to identify and explore your current struggles. Working together, change is possible.
(847) 492-8232 
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, IL 60626
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Dara Weil
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
Although I am trained as a generalist, I have extensive experience in working with clients with eating disorders, anxiety, depression, relationship issues , and phase of life concerns.
I am a very collaborative therapist who enjoys helping clients to identify their goals for treatment and making direct suggestions as to how to achieve those changes. I understand that it takes tremendous courage to engage in the therapeutic process and do my best to be direct, yet empathetically challenge my clients to make necessary changes in their lives. I strive to help my clients identify the triggers to their thoughts and feelings and guide them in learning new ways to cope with the stressors around them.
(312) 380-0494 
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Relationship Issues Therapists
While need for human connection appears to be innate, the ability to form healthy, loving relationships is learned. Some evidence suggests that the ability to form a stable relationship starts to form in infancy, in a child's earliest experiences with a caregiver who reliably meets the infant's needs for food, care, warmth, protection, stimulation, and social contact. Such relationships are not destiny, but they are theorized to establish deeply ingrained patterns of relating to others. The end of a relationship, however, is often a source of great psychological anguish.

If you're looking for an East Rogers Park, Chicago relationship therapist, these professionals provide relationship therapy and counseling in East Rogers Park, Chicago.