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"Why am I here, and what are my lessons? The hard things in life, the things you really learn from, put you at a crossroads where you feel stuck and the pressure mounting. Everything is stressful and you feel powered down by the confusion, responsibilities and commitments. Something has got to give! Fortunately pain is an excellent teacher precisely because it gets our attention. I assure you the struggle you're experiencing now is guiding you. Struggle is a bonafide indication of real and important progress. If you're trying to gain traction, but don't remember how, I am here to help you move forward and heal from within. "
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"Why am I here, and what are my lessons? The hard things in life, the things you really learn from, put you at a crossroads where you feel stuck and the pressure mounting. Everything is stressful and you feel powered down by the confusion, responsibilities and commitments. Something has got to give! Fortunately pain is an excellent teacher precisely because it gets our attention. I assure you the struggle you're experiencing now is guiding you. Struggle is a bonafide indication of real and important progress. If you're trying to gain traction, but don't remember how, I am here to help you move forward and heal from within. "
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"I believe counseling is one of the greatest gifts we can give to ourselves. My goal as a therapist is to help clients live happier, healthier and more productive lives. Through the use of various psychotherapy methods and collaborative treatment measures, clients can develop life-changing habits to help cope with any of life’s various obstacles. My therapy sessions are designed to address personal issues and help you gain a more positive sense of self, learn more effective coping strategies to deal with stress and discomfort, and strengthen your relationships. "
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"I believe counseling is one of the greatest gifts we can give to ourselves. My goal as a therapist is to help clients live happier, healthier and more productive lives. Through the use of various psychotherapy methods and collaborative treatment measures, clients can develop life-changing habits to help cope with any of life’s various obstacles. My therapy sessions are designed to address personal issues and help you gain a more positive sense of self, learn more effective coping strategies to deal with stress and discomfort, and strengthen your relationships. "
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Chicago, Illinois 60626
"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 clarity and confidance. Additionally, I have a deep respect for the healing process that ensues when people can increasingly express their feelings and thoughts free of fear, discomfort, or inhibition."
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"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 clarity and confidance. Additionally, I have a deep respect for the healing process that ensues when people can increasingly express their feelings and thoughts free of fear, discomfort, or inhibition."
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"You may be considering which therapist can best serve your needs and understand your unique circumstances. If you choose to work with me, we will identify and work to meet your goals. I am trained to apply a range of therapeutic approaches based on what we mutually decide will work effectively for you at this time. "
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"You may be considering which therapist can best serve your needs and understand your unique circumstances. If you choose to work with me, we will identify and work to meet your goals. I am trained to apply a range of therapeutic approaches based on what we mutually decide will work effectively for you at this time. "
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Chicago, Illinois 60626
"Keith Morgan, LCSW is a psychotherapist and co-founder of Emerge Mental Health & College Counseling whose interests include anxiety, mood disorders, grief, trauma recovery, LGBTQ identity, family/interpersonal conflict and life transitions. He has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings supporting young adults, adolescents, and families."
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"Keith Morgan, LCSW is a psychotherapist and co-founder of Emerge Mental Health & College Counseling whose interests include anxiety, mood disorders, grief, trauma recovery, LGBTQ identity, family/interpersonal conflict and life transitions. He has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings supporting young adults, adolescents, and families."
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Chicago, Illinois 60626
"Are you looking for ways to change how you tackle issues in your life? Are you feeling overwhelmed or have difficulty coping in relationships or at work? Contact us and we can discuss how empowering, solution focused therapy can make a difference for you. Chicago Human Potential recognizes your unique strengths and resilience and builds upon both to help you navigate towards the life you want to create for yourself. Change is possible at any age and in any area of your life. Don't be limited by old patterns or thinking. Your life is waiting for you!"
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"Are you looking for ways to change how you tackle issues in your life? Are you feeling overwhelmed or have difficulty coping in relationships or at work? Contact us and we can discuss how empowering, solution focused therapy can make a difference for you. Chicago Human Potential recognizes your unique strengths and resilience and builds upon both to help you navigate towards the life you want to create for yourself. Change is possible at any age and in any area of your life. Don't be limited by old patterns or thinking. Your life is waiting for you!"
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Chicago, Illinois 60626
"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. It is important that we are partners in your healing process."
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"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. It is important that we are partners in your healing process."
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"I develop my therapeutic relationship with clients based upon the understanding that honesty and willingness are the foundation points to a beneficial therapeutic journey. I work well with those individuals that are able to embrace the uncertainty of therapy and adjust to the process of unveiling emotions. I believe that my role as a therapist is to be present and insightful as I walk alongside the client through their therapeutic journey. I am a very transparent and unique therapist that believes that allowing my own quirks and personality to be present allows a genuine and authentic relationship to be formed."
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"I develop my therapeutic relationship with clients based upon the understanding that honesty and willingness are the foundation points to a beneficial therapeutic journey. I work well with those individuals that are able to embrace the uncertainty of therapy and adjust to the process of unveiling emotions. I believe that my role as a therapist is to be present and insightful as I walk alongside the client through their therapeutic journey. I am a very transparent and unique therapist that believes that allowing my own quirks and personality to be present allows a genuine and authentic relationship to be formed."
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"Psychotherapy is a unique relationship in that it's a focus on you and how to improve all facets of your life. The most important factor in the therapeutic relationship is the comfort and ease in which the client can share at their own pace. Therapy is not limited to times of personal crisis, but essential in building increased awareness to foster healthier, more fulfilling relationships and individual potential."
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"Psychotherapy is a unique relationship in that it's a focus on you and how to improve all facets of your life. The most important factor in the therapeutic relationship is the comfort and ease in which the client can share at their own pace. Therapy is not limited to times of personal crisis, but essential in building increased awareness to foster healthier, more fulfilling relationships and individual potential."
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Chicago, Illinois 60626
"Sometimes life goes awry: dreams don't work out, relationships change, tragedy strikes. Other times, things are going well and we want to continue the progress. Regardless of what's brought you here, therapy can be a great way to help. The foundation of my work is trust; I want to ensure you feel safe and comfortable in therapy. Since 2007, I've practiced in many different environments and helped thousands of patients work toward their goals. I'm cross-trained in several fields and have worked in outpatient, inpatient, and emergent settings with a variety of populations including pediatric, adolescent, and adult."
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"Sometimes life goes awry: dreams don't work out, relationships change, tragedy strikes. Other times, things are going well and we want to continue the progress. Regardless of what's brought you here, therapy can be a great way to help. The foundation of my work is trust; I want to ensure you feel safe and comfortable in therapy. Since 2007, I've practiced in many different environments and helped thousands of patients work toward their goals. I'm cross-trained in several fields and have worked in outpatient, inpatient, and emergent settings with a variety of populations including pediatric, adolescent, and adult."
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Chicago, Illinois 60626
"I offer coffee, tea, bottled water and talk therapy in a comfortable environment. I offer a place to share your problems, concerns and life issues with a caring therapist who will hold your confidences in a safe space. We can work together in a collaborative environment to resolve personal, professional, emotional, transitional concerns, grief and fears. I am present with you and we'll have an interactive relationship. In addition to talk therapy, I offer EMDR which is a highly effective trauma resolution therapy, for both large and small traumas. Phone, Skype, Home and office appointments available."
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(773) 250-6383
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"I offer coffee, tea, bottled water and talk therapy in a comfortable environment. I offer a place to share your problems, concerns and life issues with a caring therapist who will hold your confidences in a safe space. We can work together in a collaborative environment to resolve personal, professional, emotional, transitional concerns, grief and fears. I am present with you and we'll have an interactive relationship. In addition to talk therapy, I offer EMDR which is a highly effective trauma resolution therapy, for both large and small traumas. Phone, Skype, Home and office appointments available."
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"Emily is currently accepting new clients for appointments on Sunday mornings and afternoons. Emily is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Therapist for children, adolescents, young adults, and families. With extensive experience working in childcare, therapeutic residential treatment and community mental health, she believes that the best way to support children and young people who are struggling with social and emotional challenges involves promoting an understanding environment and strengthening relationships with parents, siblings, teachers and caregivers. "
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"Emily is currently accepting new clients for appointments on Sunday mornings and afternoons. Emily is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Therapist for children, adolescents, young adults, and families. With extensive experience working in childcare, therapeutic residential treatment and community mental health, she believes that the best way to support children and young people who are struggling with social and emotional challenges involves promoting an understanding environment and strengthening relationships with parents, siblings, teachers and caregivers. "
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Chicago, Illinois 60626
"Are you feeling stressed, stuck, or sad? Are you coping with the loss of a loved one? Perhaps you're not feeling satisfied in your relationships. I will collaborate with you to identify creative strategies to better understand yourself and your connections with others. I will listen and offer non-judgmental guidance as you take steps to improve the way you feel. Sometimes words alone aren't enough to express yourself. I will guide you in meaningful, non-intimidating artmaking to help you meet your goals."
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(872) 206-3486
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"Are you feeling stressed, stuck, or sad? Are you coping with the loss of a loved one? Perhaps you're not feeling satisfied in your relationships. I will collaborate with you to identify creative strategies to better understand yourself and your connections with others. I will listen and offer non-judgmental guidance as you take steps to improve the way you feel. Sometimes words alone aren't enough to express yourself. I will guide you in meaningful, non-intimidating artmaking to help you meet your goals."
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"As a body-inclusive psychotherapist, I believe that we have within us everything we need to heal and grow, and that safe, supportive, and collaborative relationships help us to tap into our innate systems of healing. My approach is compassionate and person-centered, as I support people in developing their capacity to better navigate difficult life experiences. Whether focusing on overall emotional and physiological regulation, managing symptoms related to anxiety or depression, or addressing specific traumas or stressors, we can work together to move away from "stuckness" and towards an enhanced sense of harmony and well-being."
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"As a body-inclusive psychotherapist, I believe that we have within us everything we need to heal and grow, and that safe, supportive, and collaborative relationships help us to tap into our innate systems of healing. My approach is compassionate and person-centered, as I support people in developing their capacity to better navigate difficult life experiences. Whether focusing on overall emotional and physiological regulation, managing symptoms related to anxiety or depression, or addressing specific traumas or stressors, we can work together to move away from "stuckness" and towards an enhanced sense of harmony and well-being."
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"Accepting new clients for teletherapy! Change occurs in the context of our relationships, with our own self and with others. Oftentimes, when people seek out therapy, they are feeling lost, discarded, and may be filled with self-doubt and negative thoughts and feelings about themselves in the world. I work with clients to forge new ways of relating to ourselves and others to engage more fully in the world. We do this by learning a range of new skills and processing past experiences, but at its core, it is about connection with another human being and being seen, heard, understood, respected, and known."
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"Accepting new clients for teletherapy! Change occurs in the context of our relationships, with our own self and with others. Oftentimes, when people seek out therapy, they are feeling lost, discarded, and may be filled with self-doubt and negative thoughts and feelings about themselves in the world. I work with clients to forge new ways of relating to ourselves and others to engage more fully in the world. We do this by learning a range of new skills and processing past experiences, but at its core, it is about connection with another human being and being seen, heard, understood, respected, and known."
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" I take a personalized and holistic approach to psychotherapy. As both a licensed clinical psychologist and certified yoga teacher, I incorporate the needs of the mind, body and emotional self into treatment. I specialize in helping individuals more positive relationships with themselves, their bodies and with others. Throughout treatment, I work with clients to increase awareness of problematic patterns and to establish a more balanced approach to life. "
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" I take a personalized and holistic approach to psychotherapy. As both a licensed clinical psychologist and certified yoga teacher, I incorporate the needs of the mind, body and emotional self into treatment. I specialize in helping individuals more positive relationships with themselves, their bodies and with others. Throughout treatment, I work with clients to increase awareness of problematic patterns and to establish a more balanced approach to life. "
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"I believe psychotherapy can help a person develop increased insight and self-awareness leading to greater freedom and a wider range of choices about how to live. By engaging you in a psychotherapeutic dialogue I hope to help you understand yourself better so you can live creatively, authentically and meaningfully. My clients are adolescent and adult individuals, couples and groups who are seeking to understand themselves better so they can live more authentic, happier lives."
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"I believe psychotherapy can help a person develop increased insight and self-awareness leading to greater freedom and a wider range of choices about how to live. By engaging you in a psychotherapeutic dialogue I hope to help you understand yourself better so you can live creatively, authentically and meaningfully. My clients are adolescent and adult individuals, couples and groups who are seeking to understand themselves better so they can live more authentic, happier lives."
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Registered Art therapist. I draw upon relational-cultural, attachment, and family systems theory in my clinical work. I specialize in treating traumatic stress in children and adolescents. I served as a Child & Family Therapist within the Trauma Treatment Program at Children’s Research Triangle (CRT) from 2012-2018 and entered private practice in 2019. As a Lecturer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), I teach graduate and undergraduate students in the Department of Art Therapy & Counseling. Outside of counseling and teaching, I am an artist, mother, and spouse. "
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Registered Art therapist. I draw upon relational-cultural, attachment, and family systems theory in my clinical work. I specialize in treating traumatic stress in children and adolescents. I served as a Child & Family Therapist within the Trauma Treatment Program at Children’s Research Triangle (CRT) from 2012-2018 and entered private practice in 2019. As a Lecturer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), I teach graduate and undergraduate students in the Department of Art Therapy & Counseling. Outside of counseling and teaching, I am an artist, mother, and spouse. "
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"Are you overwhelmed by negative, spiraling thoughts? Do you feel disappointed and discouraged with yourself or your relationships? Your life does not look like how you think it "should" be or hoped it would be. Sometimes, despite all of our efforts, what we're doing just doesn't seem to be enough. I understand that feeling of "not enough," and I am here to help. Therapy will give you the tools to reduce distress, strengthen relationships, embrace new experiences, and improve self-confidence. You can grow into the person you want to be. "
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"Are you overwhelmed by negative, spiraling thoughts? Do you feel disappointed and discouraged with yourself or your relationships? Your life does not look like how you think it "should" be or hoped it would be. Sometimes, despite all of our efforts, what we're doing just doesn't seem to be enough. I understand that feeling of "not enough," and I am here to help. Therapy will give you the tools to reduce distress, strengthen relationships, embrace new experiences, and improve self-confidence. You can grow into the person you want to be. "
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East Rogers Park
Chicago, Illinois 60660
"Dear friend, I am so grateful you are reaching out for support. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 13 years of experience in social work. I work with clients with a variety of concerns, but specialize in sexual trauma, sex therapy, and LGBTQ-specific support. Additionally, I work with clients living with disabilities and chronic health issues, and clients who are navigating the world of cancer survivorship. Finally, I work with people of all ages encountering life transitions (college, work, grief and loss) - especially those navigating such transitions within systems that are unsupportive or even oppressive."
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"Dear friend, I am so grateful you are reaching out for support. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 13 years of experience in social work. I work with clients with a variety of concerns, but specialize in sexual trauma, sex therapy, and LGBTQ-specific support. Additionally, I work with clients living with disabilities and chronic health issues, and clients who are navigating the world of cancer survivorship. Finally, I work with people of all ages encountering life transitions (college, work, grief and loss) - especially those navigating such transitions within systems that are unsupportive or even oppressive."

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The costs for an East Rogers Park, Chicago out-of-network Therapist also depend on your type of plan:

In a Health Maintenance Organization, or HMO, or Exclusive Provider Network, or EPO, you generally have to pay the full cost of any out-of-network care.

In a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) or Point-of-Service (POS) plan, you will usually have to pay a higher deductible and or a higher co-pay plus a higher percentage co-insurance plus, the difference between the allowed amount and your provider's actual rate.

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

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