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"I love helping people find meaning and purpose in their lives. We live in anxiety-provoking and stressful times; in this challenging climate, I want to assist you in feeling connected and engaged. Your individual struggles may stem from anxiety, depression, or addiction; sometimes difficult past experiences or traumatic losses create a feeling of being lost or stagnant. Together we'll explore your history, values, and experiences of the world around you, building your story and path to a more vibrant life."
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"I love helping people find meaning and purpose in their lives. We live in anxiety-provoking and stressful times; in this challenging climate, I want to assist you in feeling connected and engaged. Your individual struggles may stem from anxiety, depression, or addiction; sometimes difficult past experiences or traumatic losses create a feeling of being lost or stagnant. Together we'll explore your history, values, and experiences of the world around you, building your story and path to a more vibrant life."
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"As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I strive to strengthen or transform relationships already formed as well as help people find and build the connections they truly want. I believe that we all have the capacity to heal within ourselves, and I work hard to help my clients find that innate ability and bring it to the forefront. I strive to create a safe space where my clients can feel seen and heard as they heal from past pain and move towards new positive experiences."
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"As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I strive to strengthen or transform relationships already formed as well as help people find and build the connections they truly want. I believe that we all have the capacity to heal within ourselves, and I work hard to help my clients find that innate ability and bring it to the forefront. I strive to create a safe space where my clients can feel seen and heard as they heal from past pain and move towards new positive experiences."
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"ONLINE COUNSELING AVAILABLE! My passion is working with adolescents and adults relating to grief and other life transitions; which include, employment exit strategies, career decisions while identifying gifts and talents, finding your life calling and coaching through life altering events. I am a excellent couples counselor and whether you are preparing for marriage or married, I can help you become better communicators and partners for life."
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"ONLINE COUNSELING AVAILABLE! My passion is working with adolescents and adults relating to grief and other life transitions; which include, employment exit strategies, career decisions while identifying gifts and talents, finding your life calling and coaching through life altering events. I am a excellent couples counselor and whether you are preparing for marriage or married, I can help you become better communicators and partners for life."
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"Providing a confidential, supportive environment where a client is heard and understood is extremely important, and I take this responsibility very seriously. Developing a relationship of trust is crucial to the process of change for clients of any age."
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"Providing a confidential, supportive environment where a client is heard and understood is extremely important, and I take this responsibility very seriously. Developing a relationship of trust is crucial to the process of change for clients of any age."
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"There are many pathways to a happier and more fulfilling life. Deciding to change, taking the risk to meet a new therapist, isn't easy. In 40 plus years as a psychotherapist, I have found that with work and skilled support, individuals and couples can reach goals, change, improve and develop their solutions to their issues. Although you may feel blocked, our work together will help you find the path to a happier life that is right for you. The most difficult decision is to take the risk and try therapy."
(708) 695-8585
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"There are many pathways to a happier and more fulfilling life. Deciding to change, taking the risk to meet a new therapist, isn't easy. In 40 plus years as a psychotherapist, I have found that with work and skilled support, individuals and couples can reach goals, change, improve and develop their solutions to their issues. Although you may feel blocked, our work together will help you find the path to a happier life that is right for you. The most difficult decision is to take the risk and try therapy."
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"I believe that times of crisis can also be times of transition and development. As a therapist, I strive to help clients put family and individual crises in the proper perspective, so they can begin to mobilize their own resources for change. Acceptance and insight into oneself and one's situation are powerful tools that therapy can enhance, both for adults and children of all ages. I have years of therapy experience helping clients cope with painful and difficult situations, including addiction/compulsions, damaged relationships, bereavement/loss, and abuse. The first session can be a powerful and positive step."
(708) 402-8984
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"I believe that times of crisis can also be times of transition and development. As a therapist, I strive to help clients put family and individual crises in the proper perspective, so they can begin to mobilize their own resources for change. Acceptance and insight into oneself and one's situation are powerful tools that therapy can enhance, both for adults and children of all ages. I have years of therapy experience helping clients cope with painful and difficult situations, including addiction/compulsions, damaged relationships, bereavement/loss, and abuse. The first session can be a powerful and positive step."
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"Life is all about relationships--beginning with the one you have with yourself. My goal is to provide a safe place for you to explore your underlying feelings leading to a better understanding and acceptance of who you are and who you can be. I will provide you a supportive relationship as you re-gain control of your life. Changes within often change relationships with others and that can be challenging, even frightening, yet rewarding. We will work together to strengthen emotional bonds with loved ones, cope with grief and loss, deal with trauma, and maintain a sense of inner balance."
(773) 980-6971
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"Life is all about relationships--beginning with the one you have with yourself. My goal is to provide a safe place for you to explore your underlying feelings leading to a better understanding and acceptance of who you are and who you can be. I will provide you a supportive relationship as you re-gain control of your life. Changes within often change relationships with others and that can be challenging, even frightening, yet rewarding. We will work together to strengthen emotional bonds with loved ones, cope with grief and loss, deal with trauma, and maintain a sense of inner balance."
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"In over 25 years as a therapist and in writing my national column for 55,000 therapists about the latest ideas and research in therapy, I'm still convinced that good therapy comes down to this: listening as carefully as I can, trying to understand your world through your eyes, then using my knowledge and both our perspectives to help meet your goals, face your fears, grow and begin a process of learning that continues long after therapy's over. Everyone wants to connect; it begins with the first phone call in therapy and then continues outside my office."
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"In over 25 years as a therapist and in writing my national column for 55,000 therapists about the latest ideas and research in therapy, I'm still convinced that good therapy comes down to this: listening as carefully as I can, trying to understand your world through your eyes, then using my knowledge and both our perspectives to help meet your goals, face your fears, grow and begin a process of learning that continues long after therapy's over. Everyone wants to connect; it begins with the first phone call in therapy and then continues outside my office."
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"My goal as a therapist is to create a space where you feel comfortable and at ease. Building a trusting relationship is key. Within this accepting and empathic setting personal introspection and growth can take place. Whether you have been in therapy previously or are new to the journey, seeking therapy is not always easy. I understand that taking this first step can often be one of the biggest challenges. I will work with you in a partnership to identify what is currently working in your life and what may be holding you back."
(773) 879-3557
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"My goal as a therapist is to create a space where you feel comfortable and at ease. Building a trusting relationship is key. Within this accepting and empathic setting personal introspection and growth can take place. Whether you have been in therapy previously or are new to the journey, seeking therapy is not always easy. I understand that taking this first step can often be one of the biggest challenges. I will work with you in a partnership to identify what is currently working in your life and what may be holding you back."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist with specialized training in pediatric health psychology. In my therapy approach, I draw from evidence-based practice, while collaboratively tailoring therapy to individual needs and symptoms. The goal is always to improve daily functioning and each person's quality of life regardless of their disease status. I have extensive experience working with a variety of illnesses and symptoms (eg, chronic pain, gastrointestinal disorders, seizures, diabetes, obesity, epilepsy, cancer) by using a combination of cognitive behavioral approaches, mindfulness, and stress management strategies. I have a special interest in youth managing grief and loss."
(312) 635-4031
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist with specialized training in pediatric health psychology. In my therapy approach, I draw from evidence-based practice, while collaboratively tailoring therapy to individual needs and symptoms. The goal is always to improve daily functioning and each person's quality of life regardless of their disease status. I have extensive experience working with a variety of illnesses and symptoms (eg, chronic pain, gastrointestinal disorders, seizures, diabetes, obesity, epilepsy, cancer) by using a combination of cognitive behavioral approaches, mindfulness, and stress management strategies. I have a special interest in youth managing grief and loss."
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"From everyday struggles and family stresses to traumatic experiences, our ways of coping are constantly challenged. In my practice I support individuals in the development of their resilience to enable them to solve difficult problems and begin to thrive. With 20 years of experience my depth of empathy and skills provide the foundation for a safe, colaborative relationship. I understand that isolation debilitates and shakes people in times of distress and that connection with others is crucial to healing. I see my role as helping people discover the value of connections and supporting them as they move through the process."
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"From everyday struggles and family stresses to traumatic experiences, our ways of coping are constantly challenged. In my practice I support individuals in the development of their resilience to enable them to solve difficult problems and begin to thrive. With 20 years of experience my depth of empathy and skills provide the foundation for a safe, colaborative relationship. I understand that isolation debilitates and shakes people in times of distress and that connection with others is crucial to healing. I see my role as helping people discover the value of connections and supporting them as they move through the process."
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"I believe full recovery from an eating disorder is possible for everyone when they are provided the appropriate amount of support. I have worked with many clients in a all treatment settings and have seen recovery occur and remain secure. If you have tried recovery in the past and have not recovered, please know this is not the end, but the beginning. I have dedicated my career to provide support for those struggling and their loved ones and have healing be real for all. Yes, this includes you as well!"
(727) 619-1514
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"I believe full recovery from an eating disorder is possible for everyone when they are provided the appropriate amount of support. I have worked with many clients in a all treatment settings and have seen recovery occur and remain secure. If you have tried recovery in the past and have not recovered, please know this is not the end, but the beginning. I have dedicated my career to provide support for those struggling and their loved ones and have healing be real for all. Yes, this includes you as well!"
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"COUNSELING HELPS PUT LIFE INTO PERSPECTIVE When life throws an unexpected curve, common reactions are often difficult to understand. Moods can change on a dime, thoughts at times can seem irrational, nerves jangled. These reactions are natural yet can be overwhelming and tough to manage. For some, this adjustment can have an adverse impact on relationships, job performance, or motivation to carry out a daily routine. It often helps to process these experiences with someone, especially a professional, who will genuinely listen and validate what’s going on. "
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"COUNSELING HELPS PUT LIFE INTO PERSPECTIVE When life throws an unexpected curve, common reactions are often difficult to understand. Moods can change on a dime, thoughts at times can seem irrational, nerves jangled. These reactions are natural yet can be overwhelming and tough to manage. For some, this adjustment can have an adverse impact on relationships, job performance, or motivation to carry out a daily routine. It often helps to process these experiences with someone, especially a professional, who will genuinely listen and validate what’s going on. "
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Oak Park, Illinois 60302
"In response to the state of emergency we will be seeing clients via HIPPA compliant TeleHealth. You are often nervous and feel like you are an imposter. Would you like to be free from doubt and fear? When you attend business meetings or social gatherings do you feel more like your 12 year old self rather than an adult? Are you also haunted by childhood memories of not belonging? You are an individual in transition wanting to move closer to your professional goals."
(312) 516-4263
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"In response to the state of emergency we will be seeing clients via HIPPA compliant TeleHealth. You are often nervous and feel like you are an imposter. Would you like to be free from doubt and fear? When you attend business meetings or social gatherings do you feel more like your 12 year old self rather than an adult? Are you also haunted by childhood memories of not belonging? You are an individual in transition wanting to move closer to your professional goals."
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"Need help with fear, worry, and anxiety? Want relief from thoughts or behaviors that don't make any sense and keep coming back? Sick of being preoccupied with an aspect of your appearance? Wish to eliminate distressing tics and habits? Difficulty with clutter or hoarding? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, Dr. Chasson at Obsessive-Compulsive Solutions of Chicago can help! Dr. Chasson is a Harvard-trained clinical psychologist, university professor, and active researcher."
(312) 386-7511
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"Need help with fear, worry, and anxiety? Want relief from thoughts or behaviors that don't make any sense and keep coming back? Sick of being preoccupied with an aspect of your appearance? Wish to eliminate distressing tics and habits? Difficulty with clutter or hoarding? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, Dr. Chasson at Obsessive-Compulsive Solutions of Chicago can help! Dr. Chasson is a Harvard-trained clinical psychologist, university professor, and active researcher."
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"I offer you a "place to think," a calm place to explore your concerns, gain new ideas and a larger perspective, and develop a plan for making the changes you want. The goal is for you to leave my office less anxious than when you arrived, to be thinking more clearly, focusing more on what you can do than on what others are doing. As you look at your relationships--family, friends, work--as systems, and understand the patterns and the part you play in them, you begin to seen new options for change."
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"I offer you a "place to think," a calm place to explore your concerns, gain new ideas and a larger perspective, and develop a plan for making the changes you want. The goal is for you to leave my office less anxious than when you arrived, to be thinking more clearly, focusing more on what you can do than on what others are doing. As you look at your relationships--family, friends, work--as systems, and understand the patterns and the part you play in them, you begin to seen new options for change."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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"Taking steps to improve your quality of life may begin with reaching out to a therapist. I welcome you to give me a call! I have built my therapeutic practice upon the guiding principles of support and collaboration. We will work towards determining challenges and obstacles in your life and create a plan that is individualized to your needs. I take a functional approach to healing and help clients determine underlying challenges to health and wellness. I truly enjoy providing a space to help clients gain insight and understanding in order to move towards balance with improved quality of life."
(708) 487-0719
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"Taking steps to improve your quality of life may begin with reaching out to a therapist. I welcome you to give me a call! I have built my therapeutic practice upon the guiding principles of support and collaboration. We will work towards determining challenges and obstacles in your life and create a plan that is individualized to your needs. I take a functional approach to healing and help clients determine underlying challenges to health and wellness. I truly enjoy providing a space to help clients gain insight and understanding in order to move towards balance with improved quality of life."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 23 years of experience. My mission is to create a therapeutic atmosphere that provides nurturing guidance to adolescents and adults. I provide psychotherapy and coaching with the philosophy that everyone has the potential to change with honest self-evaluation, a commitment to self-improvement and solution-focused strategies. Life experience, however traumatic, does not define who we are but molds us into the stronger, better people that we can become. Strict confidentiality and respect for individual differences is held in the highest regard."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 23 years of experience. My mission is to create a therapeutic atmosphere that provides nurturing guidance to adolescents and adults. I provide psychotherapy and coaching with the philosophy that everyone has the potential to change with honest self-evaluation, a commitment to self-improvement and solution-focused strategies. Life experience, however traumatic, does not define who we are but molds us into the stronger, better people that we can become. Strict confidentiality and respect for individual differences is held in the highest regard."
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"" I believe it is important to work collaboratively with clients, offering hope and guidance in addressing and resolving problems of living. I assist individuals, couples and families to feel happier and more in control of their lives by engaging them sensitively, with due attention to each person's unique circumstances and personal strengths. Providing education about mental health issues and feedback about the successes and failures of the various solutions that clients have tried are central to my approach.""
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"" I believe it is important to work collaboratively with clients, offering hope and guidance in addressing and resolving problems of living. I assist individuals, couples and families to feel happier and more in control of their lives by engaging them sensitively, with due attention to each person's unique circumstances and personal strengths. Providing education about mental health issues and feedback about the successes and failures of the various solutions that clients have tried are central to my approach.""
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Mood Disorders (Seasonal Affective, Post-Partum) Therapists
Mood Disorder is a clinical term given to a group of diagnoses in the DSM IV guide where an imbalance in someone's mood (e.g. hyper or depressed) is the main underlying feature of their condition. Mood Disorder may also be referred to as Mood Affective Disorder. Two types of mood disorders (or mood affective disorders) are broadly recognized; there are depressive disorders, such as major depressive disorder (MDD), clinical depression or major depression. And bipolar disorder (BD), which used to be known as manic depression and is characterized by periods of mania or hypomania, interlaced with depressive episodes.

Seasonal Affective Mood Disorder or Seasonal Mood Disorder (SAD) is generally included within the former type/group as it's not characterized by hyper or manic moods.

If you're looking for help with mood disorders in 60302 or for a 60302 mood disorder Therapist these professionals provide help for mood disorders. They include mood disorder Therapists in 60302, mood disorder psychologists, mood disorder psychotherapists and mood disorder counselors. They can help with counseling for mood disorders in 60302 (mood disorder counseling) and 60302 treatment for mood disorders.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 60302 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 60302 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 60302 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 60302 or family therapy in 60302.