Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC, CCTP
Verified by Psychology Today
"As we go through life we often find ourselves wondering what we can do to better in our relationships with our significant others, family members and others around us. It seems as if we have tried everything, but nothing seems to work, at least not for a long time period. As a therapist, I believe in compassion, therapeutic alliance, and a non-judgmental environment to be with you every step of the way as you reach your goals. I am a Certified Psychotherapist that has emphasized in trauma, complex trauma, relationship issues, Grief, Infidelity, anxiety, and mood disorders. "
Lesbian Allied
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Lesbian Allied
Cenpatico
"As we go through life we often find ourselves wondering what we can do to better in our relationships with our significant others, family members and others around us. It seems as if we have tried everything, but nothing seems to work, at least not for a long time period. As a therapist, I believe in compassion, therapeutic alliance, and a non-judgmental environment to be with you every step of the way as you reach your goals. I am a Certified Psychotherapist that has emphasized in trauma, complex trauma, relationship issues, Grief, Infidelity, anxiety, and mood disorders. "
Kevin Owens, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Have you stopped feeling like yourself, or you don't recognize yourself in the mirror anymore? Are you afraid you are slowly losing your significant other or having vicious fights and don't know how to resolve them? Are you having thoughts or feelings that disturb you and you don't know who to talk to? Are you haunted by the past and you can't seem to move on? Maybe you are scared by your own thoughts and feelings and don't know where to turn, or you feel empty or are looking for meaning. I work with individuals, couples and families from a broad array of backgrounds, lifestyles and issues experienced. "
Lesbian Allied
Cenpatico
(773) 922-6987
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Lesbian Allied
Cenpatico
"Have you stopped feeling like yourself, or you don't recognize yourself in the mirror anymore? Are you afraid you are slowly losing your significant other or having vicious fights and don't know how to resolve them? Are you having thoughts or feelings that disturb you and you don't know who to talk to? Are you haunted by the past and you can't seem to move on? Maybe you are scared by your own thoughts and feelings and don't know where to turn, or you feel empty or are looking for meaning. I work with individuals, couples and families from a broad array of backgrounds, lifestyles and issues experienced. "
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Britt Raphling, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC, CGP
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"My goal is to help clients feel less alone in their struggles and more understood, as they work on what they wish to change in their lives and relationships. I believe that what has happened in our past shapes who we are today, and I help the people I work with explore the influence of the past in order to create a more fulfilling present. Within the therapeutic relationship, clients can practice and integrate more balanced ways to express themselves and connect with others. I integrate ideas and practices from relational psychodynamic, interpersonal, and modern psychoanalytic orientations."
(773) 599-1908
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"My goal is to help clients feel less alone in their struggles and more understood, as they work on what they wish to change in their lives and relationships. I believe that what has happened in our past shapes who we are today, and I help the people I work with explore the influence of the past in order to create a more fulfilling present. Within the therapeutic relationship, clients can practice and integrate more balanced ways to express themselves and connect with others. I integrate ideas and practices from relational psychodynamic, interpersonal, and modern psychoanalytic orientations."
Jacquelyn Pfeifer, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
" As a relationship and family therapist, I provide a non-judgmental and affirming space that acknowledges and celebrates the beauty of human experience. I help couples, relationships and families to examine and create new patterns, communicate more openly and lovingly, and strengthen the relationships in their lives. My approach to therapy focuses on helping you to identify, explore, and, if helpful, lift constraints that may be interfering with the ability to live your definition of a healthy, balanced life. "
(872) 228-2308
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" As a relationship and family therapist, I provide a non-judgmental and affirming space that acknowledges and celebrates the beauty of human experience. I help couples, relationships and families to examine and create new patterns, communicate more openly and lovingly, and strengthen the relationships in their lives. My approach to therapy focuses on helping you to identify, explore, and, if helpful, lift constraints that may be interfering with the ability to live your definition of a healthy, balanced life. "
Ashley Kendall, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in the combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and mindfulness-based techniques for working past anxiety, depression, and stress. CBT is active, hands on, and emphasizes a problem-solving approach to moving beyond obstacles. Mindfulness practice involves observing thoughts, feelings, and sensations with non-judgmental awareness, which can lead to deeper understanding of ourselves and greater contentment. Studies support CBT as the gold-standard psychotherapy for anxiety and depression, and show that mindfulness amplifies these effects, further decreasing distress, enhancing well-being, and even improving immune functioning."
(312) 646-4639
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"I specialize in the combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and mindfulness-based techniques for working past anxiety, depression, and stress. CBT is active, hands on, and emphasizes a problem-solving approach to moving beyond obstacles. Mindfulness practice involves observing thoughts, feelings, and sensations with non-judgmental awareness, which can lead to deeper understanding of ourselves and greater contentment. Studies support CBT as the gold-standard psychotherapy for anxiety and depression, and show that mindfulness amplifies these effects, further decreasing distress, enhancing well-being, and even improving immune functioning."
Lauren Krpan, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MEd, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a Licensed Profession Counselor who received my Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from DePaul University. I completed my post graduate training in sexual health at the University of Michigan's Sex Therapy and Sexuality Education program to become a certified sex therapist and sexuality educator. In the summer of 2015 I also completed my 200-hour yoga teacher training and I am a certified yoga instructor. "
(773) 974-8501
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"I am a Licensed Profession Counselor who received my Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from DePaul University. I completed my post graduate training in sexual health at the University of Michigan's Sex Therapy and Sexuality Education program to become a certified sex therapist and sexuality educator. In the summer of 2015 I also completed my 200-hour yoga teacher training and I am a certified yoga instructor. "
Krista Mersino
MSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I utilize a growth-oriented approach to empower people to problem solve and make changes to pursue the life they envision. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) strategies are used in my practice, with an emphasis on the use of trauma-sensitive mindfulness, to equip people with the skills needed to overcome life’s stressors and challenges. In dialectics, we acknowledge the opposing sides of each experience and work together to synthesize the two. I prioritize developing a safe, trusting therapeutic relationship that will meet you where you are at in your journey, and will come alongside you to cultivate your strengths."
(773) 922-9010
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"I utilize a growth-oriented approach to empower people to problem solve and make changes to pursue the life they envision. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) strategies are used in my practice, with an emphasis on the use of trauma-sensitive mindfulness, to equip people with the skills needed to overcome life’s stressors and challenges. In dialectics, we acknowledge the opposing sides of each experience and work together to synthesize the two. I prioritize developing a safe, trusting therapeutic relationship that will meet you where you are at in your journey, and will come alongside you to cultivate your strengths."
Jim Hayes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"An exciting moment happens in therapy when a personal challenge is examined from a renewed perspective. In that moment, what once seemed difficult can take on new meaning. It has the potential to become a defining moment that inspires continued change, growth, and healing. Furthering this process is the potential realization that these ideas were already innate and just awaiting connection."
(978) 666-4145
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"An exciting moment happens in therapy when a personal challenge is examined from a renewed perspective. In that moment, what once seemed difficult can take on new meaning. It has the potential to become a defining moment that inspires continued change, growth, and healing. Furthering this process is the potential realization that these ideas were already innate and just awaiting connection."
Patrick M. Szafran, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Everyone deserves to experience joy & fulfillment in life & relationships, including you! At the foundation of my approach is a strong connection between two people that is based on mutual safety, trust, & genuine care. Within this relationship, I am my authentic self by bringing my warmth, dedication, & quirky personality that often puts folks at ease & enables them to more compassionately understand their true selves, strengths & imperfections in all. Through this process of self-exploration, people I work with learn to more honestly attend to & express their emotions, which leads to greater self-acceptance & consequently freedom from self-doubt & low self-esteem."
(773) 985-8199
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"Everyone deserves to experience joy & fulfillment in life & relationships, including you! At the foundation of my approach is a strong connection between two people that is based on mutual safety, trust, & genuine care. Within this relationship, I am my authentic self by bringing my warmth, dedication, & quirky personality that often puts folks at ease & enables them to more compassionately understand their true selves, strengths & imperfections in all. Through this process of self-exploration, people I work with learn to more honestly attend to & express their emotions, which leads to greater self-acceptance & consequently freedom from self-doubt & low self-esteem."
Elizabeth Savage Psychotherapy, Counselor
Counselor, ATR, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy has the capacity to help us grow and change in ways we didn't know we were capable of. I believe that this change occurs in the trust and safety that is established in the therapeutic relationship. In my practice, I work to provide a space that is welcoming and non-judgmental as I allow people to share their experiences and losses, feel listened to and cared for. I believe that the creative process can provide a source of non-verbal expression and insight that can help guide you on this journey of self-discovery when desired."
(773) 786-9375
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"Therapy has the capacity to help us grow and change in ways we didn't know we were capable of. I believe that this change occurs in the trust and safety that is established in the therapeutic relationship. In my practice, I work to provide a space that is welcoming and non-judgmental as I allow people to share their experiences and losses, feel listened to and cared for. I believe that the creative process can provide a source of non-verbal expression and insight that can help guide you on this journey of self-discovery when desired."
Robert Ballantyne, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"For the past 10+ years, I have had the pleasure to work with individuals and couples of diverse backgrounds find relief from life's stressors. I am capable of treating wide-ranging mental health concerns and am especially effective with depression, relationship, LGBTQ, grief, anxiety, and family related stressors. I aim to provide a safe, supportive, confidential space to help you deepen your self-understanding, change problematic patterns, and enhance self-esteem. As a feminist and multicultural psychologist, I am also sensitive to the ways oppression and marginalization affect psychological wellbeing, and I welcome clients from diverse backgrounds and identities."
(313) 307-4772
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"For the past 10+ years, I have had the pleasure to work with individuals and couples of diverse backgrounds find relief from life's stressors. I am capable of treating wide-ranging mental health concerns and am especially effective with depression, relationship, LGBTQ, grief, anxiety, and family related stressors. I aim to provide a safe, supportive, confidential space to help you deepen your self-understanding, change problematic patterns, and enhance self-esteem. As a feminist and multicultural psychologist, I am also sensitive to the ways oppression and marginalization affect psychological wellbeing, and I welcome clients from diverse backgrounds and identities."
Anna Minkov, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life can be challenging even under the best of circumstances... You may be feeling stuck, worried, anxious or depressed in ways that affect your social, school or professional relationships, color social interactions, or deter you from reaching goals or being the person you want to be. These difficulties may derive from ways of coping that were essential in dealing with important figures or circumstances earlier in your life. Therapy can be a powerful way of using another relationship to identify these coping strategies and their reasons for being, developing a more effective way of being yourself and relating to others."
(773) 997-2481
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"Life can be challenging even under the best of circumstances... You may be feeling stuck, worried, anxious or depressed in ways that affect your social, school or professional relationships, color social interactions, or deter you from reaching goals or being the person you want to be. These difficulties may derive from ways of coping that were essential in dealing with important figures or circumstances earlier in your life. Therapy can be a powerful way of using another relationship to identify these coping strategies and their reasons for being, developing a more effective way of being yourself and relating to others."
Stacy Papangelis, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, LCPC, CODP II
Verified by Psychology Today
"Your mind is a priceless treasure uniquely created to seek meaning. The drive to lead a productive, joyful, and life-affirming existence, with insight into the motivation of self and others, compels us to overcome challenging concerns with purposeful energy and skillful action. Seeking therapy is brave, and you deserve a warm, collaborative, and supportive therapist, committed to helping you achieve your goals. Skilled in analysis of complex patterns of emotion, thought and behavior, I bring a comprehensive, non-judgmental approach to the art and science of shaping human behavior. To request an appointment, email or click Website."
(312) 874-5175
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"Your mind is a priceless treasure uniquely created to seek meaning. The drive to lead a productive, joyful, and life-affirming existence, with insight into the motivation of self and others, compels us to overcome challenging concerns with purposeful energy and skillful action. Seeking therapy is brave, and you deserve a warm, collaborative, and supportive therapist, committed to helping you achieve your goals. Skilled in analysis of complex patterns of emotion, thought and behavior, I bring a comprehensive, non-judgmental approach to the art and science of shaping human behavior. To request an appointment, email or click Website."
Tim Sawyier, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Psychotherapy is a process for relieving emotional distress by restoring and cultivating its participants' inborn capacities for thought and growth. Everyone engages with the world in idiosyncratic ways developed over the course of his or her path through life, and emotional suffering results when such adaptive measures go awry or no longer serve their original purpose. Repetitive unsatisfying relationships, low self esteem, anxiety, and other psychological symptoms can be alleviated when their origins are understood and reworked in the context of a supportive therapeutic relationship."
(872) 469-7024
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"Psychotherapy is a process for relieving emotional distress by restoring and cultivating its participants' inborn capacities for thought and growth. Everyone engages with the world in idiosyncratic ways developed over the course of his or her path through life, and emotional suffering results when such adaptive measures go awry or no longer serve their original purpose. Repetitive unsatisfying relationships, low self esteem, anxiety, and other psychological symptoms can be alleviated when their origins are understood and reworked in the context of a supportive therapeutic relationship."
Judy Ranniger-Meza, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
""You suppose you are the trouble, but you are really the cure. You suppose that you are the lock on the door, but you are the key that opens it." These words of Rumi beautifully describe my therapeutic approach. Whether you are challenged by depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship problems, life transitions or issues related to trauma my approach lies in tapping the inherent wisdom and deep intuition that is within you. Even if you doubt that it exists; together we can uncover this wisdom to help you face challenges and create a fuller, more authentic, and meaningful life."
(773) 649-4132
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""You suppose you are the trouble, but you are really the cure. You suppose that you are the lock on the door, but you are the key that opens it." These words of Rumi beautifully describe my therapeutic approach. Whether you are challenged by depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship problems, life transitions or issues related to trauma my approach lies in tapping the inherent wisdom and deep intuition that is within you. Even if you doubt that it exists; together we can uncover this wisdom to help you face challenges and create a fuller, more authentic, and meaningful life."
Sophia Burke, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Some of the reasons people I’ve treated have come in relate to struggles with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and co-occurring disorders, such as substance abuse. During my career, I have developed a specialty in working with those affected by trauma and the symptoms associated with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). "
(773) 661-4935 x0941
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"Some of the reasons people I’ve treated have come in relate to struggles with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and co-occurring disorders, such as substance abuse. During my career, I have developed a specialty in working with those affected by trauma and the symptoms associated with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). "
Katie Bellamy, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC, BC-DMT, MPA, Reiki
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you have been feeling stuck, have difficulty understanding or expressing your emotions, or feel like no matter what you do or say, other people just don’t get it, help can seem out of reach. Life can get pretty overwhelming, and we all need a place to unwind, feel safe, and be understood. My approach to therapy is to help you take action and make positive changes while understanding what is and isn’t working for you. We may work with traditional talk therapy techniques, movement therapy, mindfulness or something else - how we navigate our sessions will be co-created based on your goals and what you feel is best for you."
(773) 922-6537
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"If you have been feeling stuck, have difficulty understanding or expressing your emotions, or feel like no matter what you do or say, other people just don’t get it, help can seem out of reach. Life can get pretty overwhelming, and we all need a place to unwind, feel safe, and be understood. My approach to therapy is to help you take action and make positive changes while understanding what is and isn’t working for you. We may work with traditional talk therapy techniques, movement therapy, mindfulness or something else - how we navigate our sessions will be co-created based on your goals and what you feel is best for you."
C Colleen Roney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Your gifts and strengths deserve to be honored and supported with compassion. My 20 plus years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families has shown me that there is great benefit in harnessing these gifts and strengths to help you move toward healing, self-empowerment, and growth. I will work with you to navigate life's challenges while helping you to create more inner balance and form deeper connections with yourself and others."
(773) 649-6533
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"Your gifts and strengths deserve to be honored and supported with compassion. My 20 plus years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families has shown me that there is great benefit in harnessing these gifts and strengths to help you move toward healing, self-empowerment, and growth. I will work with you to navigate life's challenges while helping you to create more inner balance and form deeper connections with yourself and others."
Megan Mills, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work primarily with adults facing chronic, life-limiting, or potentially life-threatening conditions, such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, or AIDS. I focus on helping clients find successful ways to cope with illness, and to integrate the experience of illness into their life story and world view. This often involves discussions of faith and spirituality. I work with patients where they are, so if there is underlying mental illness or intellectual disability, I may work with it instead of trying to change it, unless, of course, the client wants to change. I feel fortunate to have found this specialty."
(773) 993-1753
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"I work primarily with adults facing chronic, life-limiting, or potentially life-threatening conditions, such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, or AIDS. I focus on helping clients find successful ways to cope with illness, and to integrate the experience of illness into their life story and world view. This often involves discussions of faith and spirituality. I work with patients where they are, so if there is underlying mental illness or intellectual disability, I may work with it instead of trying to change it, unless, of course, the client wants to change. I feel fortunate to have found this specialty."
Jim David, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello and welcome. I work with adults of all ages and my approach is active and collaborative. I see people with a variety of concerns, although I do specialize in three broad areas. These include helping people cope with medical conditions, major stressful events, and substance abuse recovery. If your particular issue is holding you back, impacting your personal or work life, or causing you significant distress such as anxiety or depression, then I invite you to read on and check out my website."
(872) 223-2052
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"Hello and welcome. I work with adults of all ages and my approach is active and collaborative. I see people with a variety of concerns, although I do specialize in three broad areas. These include helping people cope with medical conditions, major stressful events, and substance abuse recovery. If your particular issue is holding you back, impacting your personal or work life, or causing you significant distress such as anxiety or depression, then I invite you to read on and check out my website."

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