Counselor, MA, LCPC, PMH-C
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"You've been trying to find your way back to your old self again, but are struggling and stuck. Something has to change. For some reason, it seems impossible to do things well enough at work or at school or at home with your family, maybe even with a new baby. You're feeling disconnected and worried about letting people down. It's gotten really hard to keep up. Being stretched so thin and constantly fighting to tread water is taking its toll on your patience, too. Every little thing is irritating. It feels so hopeless to not be able to just pull it together and be more like everyone else around you, especially if you're a new mom."
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(773) 398-5903
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"You've been trying to find your way back to your old self again, but are struggling and stuck. Something has to change. For some reason, it seems impossible to do things well enough at work or at school or at home with your family, maybe even with a new baby. You're feeling disconnected and worried about letting people down. It's gotten really hard to keep up. Being stretched so thin and constantly fighting to tread water is taking its toll on your patience, too. Every little thing is irritating. It feels so hopeless to not be able to just pull it together and be more like everyone else around you, especially if you're a new mom."
Christine Zerka Yoo, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
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"I like to think of therapy as the search for balance in one's life. For many, it begins with seeking greater understanding about one's concerns and situation. With that understanding, a new narrative of life's experiences and meaning can be found. The understanding is the first part of change; the rest (which may sometimes be the longer part) is a process of working with self-compassion towards that balance. Although my undergraduate education was in Creative Writing and Fine Arts at the University of Michigan, the most creative process I've encountered has been psychotherapy."
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(847) 243-6769
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"I like to think of therapy as the search for balance in one's life. For many, it begins with seeking greater understanding about one's concerns and situation. With that understanding, a new narrative of life's experiences and meaning can be found. The understanding is the first part of change; the rest (which may sometimes be the longer part) is a process of working with self-compassion towards that balance. Although my undergraduate education was in Creative Writing and Fine Arts at the University of Michigan, the most creative process I've encountered has been psychotherapy."
Kate Engler, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC
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Office is near:
Evanston, Illinois 60201
"I work with couples, families and individuals from diverse populations who want to live more fulfilling lives by addressing and helping to solve relationship challenges. I have a particular interest in working with those experiencing life transitions such as adolescents, couples moving into new phases of their relationship (marriage, birth of a child, mid-life, etc.), and women exploring the "what's next" in their lives. My work is influenced by a belief that physical, mental, and emotional well-being are interrelated, and that each of these components plays an important role in overall health."
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(847) 380-8482
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"I work with couples, families and individuals from diverse populations who want to live more fulfilling lives by addressing and helping to solve relationship challenges. I have a particular interest in working with those experiencing life transitions such as adolescents, couples moving into new phases of their relationship (marriage, birth of a child, mid-life, etc.), and women exploring the "what's next" in their lives. My work is influenced by a belief that physical, mental, and emotional well-being are interrelated, and that each of these components plays an important role in overall health."
Mark Pletcher, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Evanston, Illinois 60201
"People often search for a therapist when they feel like they've tried everything and it's just not working well enough. It can be hard to see a situation clearly when you've been immersed in it for so long. I help people to take a step back, so they can see things more objectively. Through psychotherapy, people can find internal strength and resources they didn't know were there. They can then start to see new perspectives, both of themselves and their situations, and can begin to make changes."
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(847) 629-0487
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"People often search for a therapist when they feel like they've tried everything and it's just not working well enough. It can be hard to see a situation clearly when you've been immersed in it for so long. I help people to take a step back, so they can see things more objectively. Through psychotherapy, people can find internal strength and resources they didn't know were there. They can then start to see new perspectives, both of themselves and their situations, and can begin to make changes."
Sharon Glassburn, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am not currently able to accept new clients. In therapy, we zoom in and out across multiple layers, sometimes viewing problems through the lens of history and culture. Therapy might examine how relationships and larger systems maintain or reinforce unwanted symptoms and negative views of the self. It may not be your sole responsibility to heal familial or societal wounds--however, changing individual behavior patterns can positively affect the system as a whole. I work well with clients who are socially conscious and critical, who seek to align their behaviors with their values."
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(312) 489-5186
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"I am not currently able to accept new clients. In therapy, we zoom in and out across multiple layers, sometimes viewing problems through the lens of history and culture. Therapy might examine how relationships and larger systems maintain or reinforce unwanted symptoms and negative views of the self. It may not be your sole responsibility to heal familial or societal wounds--however, changing individual behavior patterns can positively affect the system as a whole. I work well with clients who are socially conscious and critical, who seek to align their behaviors with their values."
Janet Donnelly London, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSSW, BCD, AAMFT, APSUP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you struggling in your relationship right now? Do you feel distant from your spouse or partner? Are you fighting a lot? Do you find yourself crying all the time and feeling bad about yourself? You are not alone. These are the kinds of concerns I often hear in both individual and couple therapy. Each of you, however is unique and needs solutions that are specific to your situation. I have 30 years of clinical experience in providing psychotherapy to adults, adolescents, and children, the last 25 of which have followed advanced training in couple and family therapy."
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(847) 447-6818
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"Are you struggling in your relationship right now? Do you feel distant from your spouse or partner? Are you fighting a lot? Do you find yourself crying all the time and feeling bad about yourself? You are not alone. These are the kinds of concerns I often hear in both individual and couple therapy. Each of you, however is unique and needs solutions that are specific to your situation. I have 30 years of clinical experience in providing psychotherapy to adults, adolescents, and children, the last 25 of which have followed advanced training in couple and family therapy."
Jared Robl, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"It can be tough to feel seen, heard and understood. Even day-to-day life experiences can be painful if you're feeling alone and vulnerable and the idea of starting or restarting therapy and finding the right fit can be intimidating. You may worry that you wont find a therapist who takes time to understand you and what you're going through without judgement. "
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(312) 883-8865
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"It can be tough to feel seen, heard and understood. Even day-to-day life experiences can be painful if you're feeling alone and vulnerable and the idea of starting or restarting therapy and finding the right fit can be intimidating. You may worry that you wont find a therapist who takes time to understand you and what you're going through without judgement. "
Jen Schroeder, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, RYT
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Office is near:
Evanston, Illinois 60201
"I work with individuals across the lifespan, couples, and groups however my specialties are working with women and health care/mental health professionals. My Ideal clients are interested in deeper, longer-term work, and are open to emotional exploration and mind-body approaches. My areas of specialization include complex issues related to trauma, abuse or neglect, grief, loss, separation, life transition, relationship difficulties/couples, dissociation, emotional regulation, sexuality, post-menopausal sexuality, eating disorders, body image concerns, and fertility issues. I also have significant experience working with cancer survivors and their families as well as in the area of relational violence."
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(847) 868-3322
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"I work with individuals across the lifespan, couples, and groups however my specialties are working with women and health care/mental health professionals. My Ideal clients are interested in deeper, longer-term work, and are open to emotional exploration and mind-body approaches. My areas of specialization include complex issues related to trauma, abuse or neglect, grief, loss, separation, life transition, relationship difficulties/couples, dissociation, emotional regulation, sexuality, post-menopausal sexuality, eating disorders, body image concerns, and fertility issues. I also have significant experience working with cancer survivors and their families as well as in the area of relational violence."
Rene Berlind, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCPC, MBA
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"I have a special interest in treating anxiety disorders including OCD, generalized anxiety, health anxiety, social anxiety and panic disorder. Anxiety often manifests with physical symptoms and can be debilitating. I believe that by better understanding ourselves we learn to respond to situations in healthier ways. Psychotherapy provides insight and self awareness which can help eliminate symptoms and dramatically improve quality of life. I am passionate about my work and consider it a privilege to be of help."
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(847) 400-6923
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"I have a special interest in treating anxiety disorders including OCD, generalized anxiety, health anxiety, social anxiety and panic disorder. Anxiety often manifests with physical symptoms and can be debilitating. I believe that by better understanding ourselves we learn to respond to situations in healthier ways. Psychotherapy provides insight and self awareness which can help eliminate symptoms and dramatically improve quality of life. I am passionate about my work and consider it a privilege to be of help."
Joseph Reed, Psychologist
Psychologist, Ph.D.
Verified by Psychology Today
"There are a lot of theories about why people are the way they are and why they do what they do. What I have learned for certain thus far is that people are complex, with complex thoughts, complex feelings, and complex struggles. I specialize in working with young and middle-aged adults with longstanding difficulties, including chronic depression and anxiety, feelings of emptiness, loneliness, distrust, and impulsivity. The people I most often work with especially struggle in their interpersonal and romantic relationships. "
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(224) 204-0349
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"There are a lot of theories about why people are the way they are and why they do what they do. What I have learned for certain thus far is that people are complex, with complex thoughts, complex feelings, and complex struggles. I specialize in working with young and middle-aged adults with longstanding difficulties, including chronic depression and anxiety, feelings of emptiness, loneliness, distrust, and impulsivity. The people I most often work with especially struggle in their interpersonal and romantic relationships. "
Leah Brennan, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am an experienced clinician who works with couples, families and individuals to address a range of issues that impede their ability to have the relationships they want or experience a sense of satisfaction. My training as a substance abuse counselor gives me the skills to help couples, families and individuals examine the impact of substance use on their behavior, their relationships and their families. I will help you feel welcome and secure in our work together. You will identify your goals, explore your strengths and make decisions about how to move forward during and after our work together."
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(312) 448-9411
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"I am an experienced clinician who works with couples, families and individuals to address a range of issues that impede their ability to have the relationships they want or experience a sense of satisfaction. My training as a substance abuse counselor gives me the skills to help couples, families and individuals examine the impact of substance use on their behavior, their relationships and their families. I will help you feel welcome and secure in our work together. You will identify your goals, explore your strengths and make decisions about how to move forward during and after our work together."
Judith Aronson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"People who seek my services as a psychotherapist often feel stressed, stuck, or even hopeless. These feelings can stem from difficulties in personal relationships (couple/marital, parent/child, aging parents, boss), life transitions (parenthood, infertility, illness, career change), loss (of a loved one,employment), or self-destructive behaviors (abusive relationships, eating disorders, substance abuse). By analyzing the dynamics of these challenges in a confidential environment, utilizing time-tested theories, those with whom I work are often able to relieve their stress, "move-on" with confidence, and even see a clear path when previously all was bleak."
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(847) 908-3629
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"People who seek my services as a psychotherapist often feel stressed, stuck, or even hopeless. These feelings can stem from difficulties in personal relationships (couple/marital, parent/child, aging parents, boss), life transitions (parenthood, infertility, illness, career change), loss (of a loved one,employment), or self-destructive behaviors (abusive relationships, eating disorders, substance abuse). By analyzing the dynamics of these challenges in a confidential environment, utilizing time-tested theories, those with whom I work are often able to relieve their stress, "move-on" with confidence, and even see a clear path when previously all was bleak."
Doug Culbert, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a clinical psychologist practicing in downtown Chicago, Hyde Park, and in Evanston, Illinois. I treat adults, adolescents, and young adults, providing assessments, psychotherapy and case management. I provide treatment for addictions, anxiety and depression, couples and marital problems, life transitions, and grief and loss."
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(312) 818-3940
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"I am a clinical psychologist practicing in downtown Chicago, Hyde Park, and in Evanston, Illinois. I treat adults, adolescents, and young adults, providing assessments, psychotherapy and case management. I provide treatment for addictions, anxiety and depression, couples and marital problems, life transitions, and grief and loss."
Rachel H Prendergast, Counselor
Counselor, MA, ATR, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Evanston, Illinois 60201
""Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try..." If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, or having difficulties in your interpersonal relationships I offer more than 25 years of clinical experience and a creative therapeutic approach. Working with adults and children of all ages, my goal is to treat each individual based on the whole person, rather than simply a diagnosis or label. I employ a holistic and less threatening approach to working through challenges. You will have the opportunity to focus on areas of strength to foster growth, gain personal empowerment, and create life shifts."
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(847) 416-0230
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Evanston, Illinois 60201
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""Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try..." If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, or having difficulties in your interpersonal relationships I offer more than 25 years of clinical experience and a creative therapeutic approach. Working with adults and children of all ages, my goal is to treat each individual based on the whole person, rather than simply a diagnosis or label. I employ a holistic and less threatening approach to working through challenges. You will have the opportunity to focus on areas of strength to foster growth, gain personal empowerment, and create life shifts."
Christen Scozzafave, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that with every challenge we face, growth, healing and peace are possible. It is an honor to be welcomed into the life of someone facing difficult changes or stages in life. Sometimes, these changes are welcomed, but stressful and overwhelming. Other challenges are simply difficult and we need support. I believe that therapy is a safe, warm and effective place to achieve wellness, hope and wholeness. We will work together at your pace to solve problems, broaden perspectives, grow personally, motivate meaningful change, deepen strengths and manage stress."
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(773) 295-4054
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"I believe that with every challenge we face, growth, healing and peace are possible. It is an honor to be welcomed into the life of someone facing difficult changes or stages in life. Sometimes, these changes are welcomed, but stressful and overwhelming. Other challenges are simply difficult and we need support. I believe that therapy is a safe, warm and effective place to achieve wellness, hope and wholeness. We will work together at your pace to solve problems, broaden perspectives, grow personally, motivate meaningful change, deepen strengths and manage stress."
Val Newman, Counselor
Counselor, ATR, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Evanston, Illinois 60201
"Val has woven traditional talk therapy and creative techniques to provide a safe, supportive and non-judgmental space for individuals, youth and families to work through difficult life experiences. She has extensive experience working with youth and families managing the challenges associated with emotional and behavioral problems, domestic violence, sexual assault, mental health concerns, and various traumatic life events. She believes in an empowerment and strength-based approach while fostering an environment that encourages self-acceptance, self-awareness and growth."
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(312) 548-1672
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Evanston, Illinois 60201
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"Val has woven traditional talk therapy and creative techniques to provide a safe, supportive and non-judgmental space for individuals, youth and families to work through difficult life experiences. She has extensive experience working with youth and families managing the challenges associated with emotional and behavioral problems, domestic violence, sexual assault, mental health concerns, and various traumatic life events. She believes in an empowerment and strength-based approach while fostering an environment that encourages self-acceptance, self-awareness and growth."
Corrine Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe psychotherapy offers a growth-fostering relationship: one that deepens your understanding of yourself, generating a sense of agency and choice throughout your life. I offer a supportive, therapeutic relationship-one that facilitates understanding you, your feelings, your choices, your losses, and your goals-as integral to the essential work of leading a healthy, meaningful life. I find that people often enter therapy feeling anxious, depressed, isolated or alone, amidst traumatic or ambiguous losses, and when ways of coping have become more harmful than helpful. I work with adults, emerging through older age, to support a transformative process of growth and change."
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(847) 533-7898
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"I believe psychotherapy offers a growth-fostering relationship: one that deepens your understanding of yourself, generating a sense of agency and choice throughout your life. I offer a supportive, therapeutic relationship-one that facilitates understanding you, your feelings, your choices, your losses, and your goals-as integral to the essential work of leading a healthy, meaningful life. I find that people often enter therapy feeling anxious, depressed, isolated or alone, amidst traumatic or ambiguous losses, and when ways of coping have become more harmful than helpful. I work with adults, emerging through older age, to support a transformative process of growth and change."
Daniel Serpa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life is complicated and seldom straightforward. We are often left facing challenges that are surprising and difficult to navigate. It may be a new role, a disappointment at work, a problem in a relationship, or some lasting echoes from the past that still show up, that causes us to feel anxious, angry, sad, confused and “stuck”. We try our best to manage by using coping strategies that turn out to be more problematic than helpful. We are then left thinking, what happened? Will I ever feel like my old self? Why can't I just get over this? If you are anxious, struggling to focus, overwhelmed by work or family, I am trained to help"
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(224) 204-0870
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"Life is complicated and seldom straightforward. We are often left facing challenges that are surprising and difficult to navigate. It may be a new role, a disappointment at work, a problem in a relationship, or some lasting echoes from the past that still show up, that causes us to feel anxious, angry, sad, confused and “stuck”. We try our best to manage by using coping strategies that turn out to be more problematic than helpful. We are then left thinking, what happened? Will I ever feel like my old self? Why can't I just get over this? If you are anxious, struggling to focus, overwhelmed by work or family, I am trained to help"
Solveig Roverud, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Evanston, Illinois 60201
"I’m glad you came upon my profile in your search for a skilled and effective therapist. I have extensive experience working with people who are facing stressful life events that lead to depression, anxiety, and a general feeling of sadness or being stuck. I use a comprehensive approach while focusing on all aspects of your life to help you cope as you are experiencing challenges related to infertility, grief and loss, pregnancy, newborn parenting adjustment, parenting children and teens with special needs, adjusting to medical complexity, job stress including classroom and first responder trauma, life transition and general anxiety and depression. "
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(773) 671-5727
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"I’m glad you came upon my profile in your search for a skilled and effective therapist. I have extensive experience working with people who are facing stressful life events that lead to depression, anxiety, and a general feeling of sadness or being stuck. I use a comprehensive approach while focusing on all aspects of your life to help you cope as you are experiencing challenges related to infertility, grief and loss, pregnancy, newborn parenting adjustment, parenting children and teens with special needs, adjusting to medical complexity, job stress including classroom and first responder trauma, life transition and general anxiety and depression. "
Lisa Abrams, Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LCPC, CSADC, MCAP, ICADC, CIP
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Office is near:
Evanston, Illinois 60201
"Specialized Care: Addiction & Co-Occurring Counselor, Consult, Coaching, Interventions Couples & Family Counseling Support individuals for whom non-traditional approaches to treatment have been ineffective and overly constrictive (e.g. AA) "
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(312) 800-1772
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"Specialized Care: Addiction & Co-Occurring Counselor, Consult, Coaching, Interventions Couples & Family Counseling Support individuals for whom non-traditional approaches to treatment have been ineffective and overly constrictive (e.g. AA) "

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If you're looking for Relational Therapy in 60201 or for a 60201 Relational therapist these professionals provide relational therapy and relational psychotherapy. They include Relational therapists, Relational psychologists, Relational psychotherapists and Relational counselors.

Relational life therapy in 60201 offers strategies to combat marital dysfunction and restore harmony in relationships. Couples--those recovering from affairs, traumatic events, or a lull in passion--can find RLT helpful. To repair discord, the therapist identifies the main conflict upsetting the couples' emotional intimacy. Once the partners see how they both contribute to the problem, the therapist teaches them skills to improve the ways they relate to each other. Couples may see a change in their relationship within three to six months.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 60201 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 60201 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 60201 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 60201 or family therapy in 60201.