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"Do you need an affordable psychological evaluation for your immigration case? We understand these services can be expensive and that is why we offer affordable fees. We specialize in conducting Immigration Evaluations for Hardship Waiver, VAWA, U Visa, T Visa, Cancellation, and N-648 cases. Our evaluations are completed in a timely fashion by a bilingual (Chinese)Licensed Therapist. We also work with clients who speak other languages, including Spanish, Russian, French, Arabic, Cambodian, Urdu, Telugu, Gujarati, Vietnamese, Kirundi, and Farsi through professional interpreters. "
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"Do you need an affordable psychological evaluation for your immigration case? We understand these services can be expensive and that is why we offer affordable fees. We specialize in conducting Immigration Evaluations for Hardship Waiver, VAWA, U Visa, T Visa, Cancellation, and N-648 cases. Our evaluations are completed in a timely fashion by a bilingual (Chinese)Licensed Therapist. We also work with clients who speak other languages, including Spanish, Russian, French, Arabic, Cambodian, Urdu, Telugu, Gujarati, Vietnamese, Kirundi, and Farsi through professional interpreters. "
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"Helping others through difficult times is my passion, and we all go through difficult times. As a therapist, I try to become part of the situation, feeling the tough times with my client and helping them see things from a different perspective. Together we find ways to solve problems, tackle situations and create beneficial solutions. My style is direct without being overwhelming. I believe therapy can often be positive and fun. Knowledge is power and often therapy turns out to be a great learning experience, allowing clients to realize their strengths and achieve their lifelong goals."
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"Helping others through difficult times is my passion, and we all go through difficult times. As a therapist, I try to become part of the situation, feeling the tough times with my client and helping them see things from a different perspective. Together we find ways to solve problems, tackle situations and create beneficial solutions. My style is direct without being overwhelming. I believe therapy can often be positive and fun. Knowledge is power and often therapy turns out to be a great learning experience, allowing clients to realize their strengths and achieve their lifelong goals."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a master's degree in public health education and doctoral specialty in health psychology. My clients seek assistance for a variety of concerns including the management of emotions such as depression, anxiety, and anger, issues related to parenting, and stress reduction. I also treat those with behavioral and emotional concerns stemming from the diagnosis of a medical condition. As a social scientist, I study and promote methods of healing that have been proven effective through rigorous systematic study."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a master's degree in public health education and doctoral specialty in health psychology. My clients seek assistance for a variety of concerns including the management of emotions such as depression, anxiety, and anger, issues related to parenting, and stress reduction. I also treat those with behavioral and emotional concerns stemming from the diagnosis of a medical condition. As a social scientist, I study and promote methods of healing that have been proven effective through rigorous systematic study."
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"It is my belief that everyone deserves the privilege of living their best life as their most authentic self! I work with all people; adolescents into adulthood to help understand the root cause of the issue. I welcome those who struggle with substance abuse and am an affirming therapist who specializes in LGBTQ+ issues."
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"It is my belief that everyone deserves the privilege of living their best life as their most authentic self! I work with all people; adolescents into adulthood to help understand the root cause of the issue. I welcome those who struggle with substance abuse and am an affirming therapist who specializes in LGBTQ+ issues."
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"Choosing a therapist for yourself or a family member can understandably be a very difficult decision. Reading bios and looking at photographs of therapists can be helpful, but I believe it is essential that you feel as comfortable as possible before committing to working with any therapist. Without commitment or fee, I invite those interested in therapy to speak on the phone or meet with me in my office and talk about their concerns. My intention is to provide you with the best assurance that I am understanding of your needs and can be of help to you or your family member."
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"Choosing a therapist for yourself or a family member can understandably be a very difficult decision. Reading bios and looking at photographs of therapists can be helpful, but I believe it is essential that you feel as comfortable as possible before committing to working with any therapist. Without commitment or fee, I invite those interested in therapy to speak on the phone or meet with me in my office and talk about their concerns. My intention is to provide you with the best assurance that I am understanding of your needs and can be of help to you or your family member."
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"While relationships have the power to injure they also have the power to heal. When early experiences have been less than optimal, building relationships can be challenging, both inside and outside of therapy. This affects family, friendships, employment and, most importantly, your relationship with yourself. I will work with you on trying to make sense of why certain patterns repeat in your life. We will consider the ways in which you survived past hurts and how that might interfere with living a fuller life today."
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"While relationships have the power to injure they also have the power to heal. When early experiences have been less than optimal, building relationships can be challenging, both inside and outside of therapy. This affects family, friendships, employment and, most importantly, your relationship with yourself. I will work with you on trying to make sense of why certain patterns repeat in your life. We will consider the ways in which you survived past hurts and how that might interfere with living a fuller life today."
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counseling (LCPC) in the State of Illinois. I completed my Master's Degree at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, Illinois. For the past ten years I’ve been working in a variety of roles in a non-profit, social services agency, providing guidance and support to individuals with cognitive and physical disabilities, depression, bipolar disorder, trauma history, mood disorders, etc. I have facilitated groups based on mindfulness, decision making, grief processing, communication, and relationship building. "
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counseling (LCPC) in the State of Illinois. I completed my Master's Degree at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, Illinois. For the past ten years I’ve been working in a variety of roles in a non-profit, social services agency, providing guidance and support to individuals with cognitive and physical disabilities, depression, bipolar disorder, trauma history, mood disorders, etc. I have facilitated groups based on mindfulness, decision making, grief processing, communication, and relationship building. "
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"When you enter therapy, you give yourself a unique opportunity to explore your needs and feelings, and find new ways to meet the challenges in your life. A crucial ingredient for success lies in your relationship with your therapist. My approach is human, engaging and collaborative. We explore your feelings, reactions, and understanding of your relationships, and develop a deeper, sense of your needs, wishes, and how to fulfill your goals. I recognize that each person has unique emotional needs and struggles and I work actively to help you find new ways to understand, cope with, and resolve your concerns."
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"When you enter therapy, you give yourself a unique opportunity to explore your needs and feelings, and find new ways to meet the challenges in your life. A crucial ingredient for success lies in your relationship with your therapist. My approach is human, engaging and collaborative. We explore your feelings, reactions, and understanding of your relationships, and develop a deeper, sense of your needs, wishes, and how to fulfill your goals. I recognize that each person has unique emotional needs and struggles and I work actively to help you find new ways to understand, cope with, and resolve your concerns."
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"Children, teens, and adults each approach their problems from differing levels of life-experience and developmentally varied problem-solving skill sets. They also have differing neurological availability to the resources and strategies that their brains can employ. At Collaborators, Inc., we work with people where they are in time, place, development, neurology, and life space. Hearing people process their experiences in this way, and joining with them in making sense of challenges, relationship issues, conflicts, and family history issues makes for a context where people can find new ways to explore their world with confidence."
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"Children, teens, and adults each approach their problems from differing levels of life-experience and developmentally varied problem-solving skill sets. They also have differing neurological availability to the resources and strategies that their brains can employ. At Collaborators, Inc., we work with people where they are in time, place, development, neurology, and life space. Hearing people process their experiences in this way, and joining with them in making sense of challenges, relationship issues, conflicts, and family history issues makes for a context where people can find new ways to explore their world with confidence."
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"Are you struggling with your relationship, health, or health of a loved one? Maybe you feel unappreciated or like you aren’t being heard. Maybe your health has taken an unexpected turn and you feel unsure how to redefine yourself and sense of identity. You question how to get back on track and if you can. Living with a challenging relationship or health condition can make you feel like you've tried everything and nothing is working. You may feel like you're the only person who has faced your specific struggle and aren't sure what to do. Your friends and family try to help, but their feedback seems biased, or they don't understand."
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"Are you struggling with your relationship, health, or health of a loved one? Maybe you feel unappreciated or like you aren’t being heard. Maybe your health has taken an unexpected turn and you feel unsure how to redefine yourself and sense of identity. You question how to get back on track and if you can. Living with a challenging relationship or health condition can make you feel like you've tried everything and nothing is working. You may feel like you're the only person who has faced your specific struggle and aren't sure what to do. Your friends and family try to help, but their feedback seems biased, or they don't understand."
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"Life is filled with sorrow and joy, frustration and wonder, stagnation and growth, obstacles and openings. At times, our skill set and resources are not optimal for helping us adapt to the shifts and movement in our lives. I believe that art therapy and counseling can support understanding of our skills and resources that better equip us to adapt to life's changes. Art therapy allows opportunities to imagine the best, healthiest version of ourselves and permit clarifying moments where we perceive possibility and potential. My goal is to support clients in becoming active agents in developing positive, purposeful ideas towards wellness and good health."
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"Life is filled with sorrow and joy, frustration and wonder, stagnation and growth, obstacles and openings. At times, our skill set and resources are not optimal for helping us adapt to the shifts and movement in our lives. I believe that art therapy and counseling can support understanding of our skills and resources that better equip us to adapt to life's changes. Art therapy allows opportunities to imagine the best, healthiest version of ourselves and permit clarifying moments where we perceive possibility and potential. My goal is to support clients in becoming active agents in developing positive, purposeful ideas towards wellness and good health."
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker located in Northfield, IL. I specialize in providing individual counseling to adolescents and young adults/professionals. My focus areas include anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, sports performance, identity formation, life transitions, stress management, relationship challenges and men's issues. I have the ability to connect with and can relate to difficult to reach or resistant clients, especially teenage boys."
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker located in Northfield, IL. I specialize in providing individual counseling to adolescents and young adults/professionals. My focus areas include anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, sports performance, identity formation, life transitions, stress management, relationship challenges and men's issues. I have the ability to connect with and can relate to difficult to reach or resistant clients, especially teenage boys."
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"Real change for real people. You may need short-term support to learn specific tools, or you may want to dig more deeply to recognize relationship patterns or other behaviors that get in the way of peace and happiness in your life. You may find yourself feeling depressed, anxious and in conflict with the ones you love. I would like to help you manage and resolve these feelings and to help you transform what feels like vulnerability into strength. We will work together to accomplish the goals we co-create."
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"Real change for real people. You may need short-term support to learn specific tools, or you may want to dig more deeply to recognize relationship patterns or other behaviors that get in the way of peace and happiness in your life. You may find yourself feeling depressed, anxious and in conflict with the ones you love. I would like to help you manage and resolve these feelings and to help you transform what feels like vulnerability into strength. We will work together to accomplish the goals we co-create."
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"As a most caring and empathetic person and therapist, I am dedicated in helping children, teens, adolescents, young adults and parents to feel better; connected to themselves and to others in a healthy way. I see parents both individually and as couples. -- All therapy, is a collaborative approach; together we can help you, your marriage or your child to feel better. When we get into trouble, feel really bad emotionally, depressed, anxious-- it is often parts of our self that we do not know very well. I guide my patients to illuminate the unconscious forces and see what is there."
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"As a most caring and empathetic person and therapist, I am dedicated in helping children, teens, adolescents, young adults and parents to feel better; connected to themselves and to others in a healthy way. I see parents both individually and as couples. -- All therapy, is a collaborative approach; together we can help you, your marriage or your child to feel better. When we get into trouble, feel really bad emotionally, depressed, anxious-- it is often parts of our self that we do not know very well. I guide my patients to illuminate the unconscious forces and see what is there."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist in Illinois, and a pastoral counselor. I have practiced for fifty years. I can help you change and overcome your problems. Using psychological and spiritual resources you will be able to overcome depression, anxiety, relationship problems, anger issues, parent-child conflicts, anti-social behaviors, and problems of purpose and meaning in life. I am able to be helpful to you, whatever your problem is. If you are a person with a problem and is willing to work on your problems you are an ideal client. If you have a problem please telephone me for a free telephone consultation."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist in Illinois, and a pastoral counselor. I have practiced for fifty years. I can help you change and overcome your problems. Using psychological and spiritual resources you will be able to overcome depression, anxiety, relationship problems, anger issues, parent-child conflicts, anti-social behaviors, and problems of purpose and meaning in life. I am able to be helpful to you, whatever your problem is. If you are a person with a problem and is willing to work on your problems you are an ideal client. If you have a problem please telephone me for a free telephone consultation."
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"I always tell my clients that it is my job to help make life better. Whether you are worrying too much, feeling sad, or deaing with trauma, I will do just that: Help make life better. I have experience with children, adolescents, adults and families and have worked in both the school system and in full-time private practice. My style is practical, and focuses a lot on coping mechanisms and strategies. I have had much success working on a variety of issues as noted below. I enjoy assisting in the progress and achievement of attaining goals."
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"I always tell my clients that it is my job to help make life better. Whether you are worrying too much, feeling sad, or deaing with trauma, I will do just that: Help make life better. I have experience with children, adolescents, adults and families and have worked in both the school system and in full-time private practice. My style is practical, and focuses a lot on coping mechanisms and strategies. I have had much success working on a variety of issues as noted below. I enjoy assisting in the progress and achievement of attaining goals."
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"Compassion and communication are the hallmarks of my unique approach to strengthening healthy relationships with children, adolescents and adults. I have been making a positive difference in the lives of young people for 16 years and utilize a wide variety of methods and techniques, including, but not limited to everything from play therapy to insight oriented therapy. My work strengthens and empowers people to face immediate and long term challenges independently and successfully."
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"Compassion and communication are the hallmarks of my unique approach to strengthening healthy relationships with children, adolescents and adults. I have been making a positive difference in the lives of young people for 16 years and utilize a wide variety of methods and techniques, including, but not limited to everything from play therapy to insight oriented therapy. My work strengthens and empowers people to face immediate and long term challenges independently and successfully."
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"Are you having the same arguments over and over? Do you feel like you can never make your partner happy? Are you frustrated and disappointed with your relationship? Is the loneliness and isolation overwhelming? I can help you figure out how to get out of the cycle of repetitive, unproductive communication and get to the heart of the matter. Talking to your partner with a third person in the room gives you courage to say things and the opportunity to listen and respond in a way that you might not have before."
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"Are you having the same arguments over and over? Do you feel like you can never make your partner happy? Are you frustrated and disappointed with your relationship? Is the loneliness and isolation overwhelming? I can help you figure out how to get out of the cycle of repetitive, unproductive communication and get to the heart of the matter. Talking to your partner with a third person in the room gives you courage to say things and the opportunity to listen and respond in a way that you might not have before."
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"It seems like you've got it together but nobody seems to realize you're floundering. They don't know what's inside: a tally of every failure, a plan for every what if, chronic worry, fear and insecurity and thoughts- so many thoughts! It's impossible to focus. You may play a lot of roles: spouse, friend, parent, employee, entrepreneur- it's crazymaking! It can be easy to lose the YOU in all of this. You were a person before you became the social chameleon you're required to be right now. The anxious feeling never goes away and you don't know what to do, so you suffer quietly. You don't have to stay here."
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"It seems like you've got it together but nobody seems to realize you're floundering. They don't know what's inside: a tally of every failure, a plan for every what if, chronic worry, fear and insecurity and thoughts- so many thoughts! It's impossible to focus. You may play a lot of roles: spouse, friend, parent, employee, entrepreneur- it's crazymaking! It can be easy to lose the YOU in all of this. You were a person before you became the social chameleon you're required to be right now. The anxious feeling never goes away and you don't know what to do, so you suffer quietly. You don't have to stay here."
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"I believe curiosity and awareness are our real purpose in life. As a therapist; I am committed to meeting clients where they are, without value judgments or an agenda for how someone's life "should" be. I offer collaborative, growth-oriented, psychotherapy and counseling for anyone who wishes to be their best self, & live their life to its fullest. I work with preteen/adolescents, families, & adults across the life span. I see people experiencing a range of concerns including: mood & anxiety disorders, life transitions, relational difficulties, grief & loss, trauma, & substance use issues (addictions)."
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"I believe curiosity and awareness are our real purpose in life. As a therapist; I am committed to meeting clients where they are, without value judgments or an agenda for how someone's life "should" be. I offer collaborative, growth-oriented, psychotherapy and counseling for anyone who wishes to be their best self, & live their life to its fullest. I work with preteen/adolescents, families, & adults across the life span. I see people experiencing a range of concerns including: mood & anxiety disorders, life transitions, relational difficulties, grief & loss, trauma, & substance use issues (addictions)."

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Self-esteem lives on a spectrum: Not enough self-regard (or low self esteem) can lead people to become depressed, or to tolerate abusive situations and relationships. Too much self-love (or high self-esteem), results in an off-putting sense of entitlement and an inability to learn from failure. And it's occasionally a sign of clinical narcissism. Quite the opposite of being shy or shyness, yet still on the same spectrum. Equally, to lack confidence or lacking confidence is common amongst teens: child self esteem issues can be helped with self esteem support groups in 60093 and therapists' support dealing with self esteem.

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