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"Utilizing intuition and an extensive background in the arts, I am able to help people from all walks of life come closer to self-actualization. I believe that the process of gaining insight not only rests in the counseling relationship, but also the connection and awareness of the self. Compassion and understanding are at the bedrock of my work. I find the experience clients who are struggling with giftedness, development, different abilities, sexual and gender identity, relationships, anxiety, and mood disorders fascinating. I carry that passion with each client at the Center for Identity Potential."
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"Utilizing intuition and an extensive background in the arts, I am able to help people from all walks of life come closer to self-actualization. I believe that the process of gaining insight not only rests in the counseling relationship, but also the connection and awareness of the self. Compassion and understanding are at the bedrock of my work. I find the experience clients who are struggling with giftedness, development, different abilities, sexual and gender identity, relationships, anxiety, and mood disorders fascinating. I carry that passion with each client at the Center for Identity Potential."
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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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"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 believe that psychotherapy is a collaborative process that is tailored to fit the patient's--whether adult, child or adolescent--needs. The process of change and development occurs optimally in the context of an empathic therapeutic alliance. My areas of specialization include depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, identity confusion and problems of unfulfilled development. I believe that effective treatment involves a process in which doctor and patient work together both to understand current problematic patterns and to facilitate new ways of being and relating."
(847) 446-0422
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"I believe that psychotherapy is a collaborative process that is tailored to fit the patient's--whether adult, child or adolescent--needs. The process of change and development occurs optimally in the context of an empathic therapeutic alliance. My areas of specialization include depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, identity confusion and problems of unfulfilled development. I believe that effective treatment involves a process in which doctor and patient work together both to understand current problematic patterns and to facilitate new ways of being and relating."
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"I primarily work with young children, adolescents and adults who are experiencing difficulties in school/work, social and family relationships, with self-esteem, focus, regulation, grief, divorce, trauma, depression, anxiety and challenging life circumstances. My approach is insight-oriented, psychodynamic, and relationship-based. I provide play and talk therapy for children and traditional talk-therapy for adults. Additionally, I provide reflective supervision and consultation for practitioners and trainees."
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"I primarily work with young children, adolescents and adults who are experiencing difficulties in school/work, social and family relationships, with self-esteem, focus, regulation, grief, divorce, trauma, depression, anxiety and challenging life circumstances. My approach is insight-oriented, psychodynamic, and relationship-based. I provide play and talk therapy for children and traditional talk-therapy for adults. Additionally, I provide reflective supervision and consultation for practitioners and trainees."
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"Facing life's difficulties can be experienced as a combination of confusing, scary, and at times outright overwhelming. Many of these difficulties arise when our approach to the world, while adaptive at one time, is no longer effective in our current life situation. Because emotional distress is often related to dynamics we are unaware of, we can find ourselves unable to break free from unhealthy, self-defeating patterns that prevent us from leading fulfilling lives."
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"Facing life's difficulties can be experienced as a combination of confusing, scary, and at times outright overwhelming. Many of these difficulties arise when our approach to the world, while adaptive at one time, is no longer effective in our current life situation. Because emotional distress is often related to dynamics we are unaware of, we can find ourselves unable to break free from unhealthy, self-defeating patterns that prevent us from leading fulfilling lives."
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"Scheduling an appointment for therapy is a personal choice, reflecting a desire for change or betterment in an area of one’s life. It may be prompted by a long-standing pattern or relationship that is increasingly difficult. One might schedule an appointment after a critical incident, crisis or anxiety or depressed mood. For others, seeking therapy relates to the frustration one feels after repeated efforts have not lead to desired results. There are also times when individual therapy is a successful starting point for one spouse to get support for a marriage; when a partner is not ready for couples therapy."
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"Scheduling an appointment for therapy is a personal choice, reflecting a desire for change or betterment in an area of one’s life. It may be prompted by a long-standing pattern or relationship that is increasingly difficult. One might schedule an appointment after a critical incident, crisis or anxiety or depressed mood. For others, seeking therapy relates to the frustration one feels after repeated efforts have not lead to desired results. There are also times when individual therapy is a successful starting point for one spouse to get support for a marriage; when a partner is not ready for couples therapy."
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"I have over 20 years of experience treating individuals who suffer from anxiety disorders. I specialize in seeing patients suffering from anxiety disorders using cognitive behavioral therapy and exposure response prevention. My work with my patients takes me in and out of the office.. wherever the treatment demands. I also have an additional specialty in treating children starting as young and 3 years of age. My work with kids involves working with both the kids as well as their parents in the therapeutic process. I have a very direct but warm approach with my patients."
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"I have over 20 years of experience treating individuals who suffer from anxiety disorders. I specialize in seeing patients suffering from anxiety disorders using cognitive behavioral therapy and exposure response prevention. My work with my patients takes me in and out of the office.. wherever the treatment demands. I also have an additional specialty in treating children starting as young and 3 years of age. My work with kids involves working with both the kids as well as their parents in the therapeutic process. I have a very direct but warm approach with my patients."
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"You are undoubtedly tired of having the same argument over and over again without any resolution. Or your relationship may have lost it's spark and you really want it back! Perhaps you and your partner have different interests sexually and you want to work those out. Or, if there has been infidelity, you may want to repair, heal the wounds before you decide to end the relationship for good. For some, relationships just don't seem to work out and you want to figure out why. Whether you come alone or with your partner,We are here to help."
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"You are undoubtedly tired of having the same argument over and over again without any resolution. Or your relationship may have lost it's spark and you really want it back! Perhaps you and your partner have different interests sexually and you want to work those out. Or, if there has been infidelity, you may want to repair, heal the wounds before you decide to end the relationship for good. For some, relationships just don't seem to work out and you want to figure out why. Whether you come alone or with your partner,We are here to help."
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"I believe therapy is about growth, going deeper and finding a better way to live. Sometimes people feel fear and frustration, anger and hurt, conflict and confusion. I value providing a safe, supportive place where they can explore these difficulties and discover a viable path to their goals. Even in such difficult spots as death and dying, illness, loss, or addiction, a way can be found by working together."
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"I believe therapy is about growth, going deeper and finding a better way to live. Sometimes people feel fear and frustration, anger and hurt, conflict and confusion. I value providing a safe, supportive place where they can explore these difficulties and discover a viable path to their goals. Even in such difficult spots as death and dying, illness, loss, or addiction, a way can be found by working together."
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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 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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"I have worked with children, adults and families for more than 20 years. Using an integrative perspective, I apply a range of techniques, including those based in attachment, family systems, and cognitive behavioral theories. Prior to establishing my private practice, I worked in a variety of settings from inner-city neighborhoods of Washington DC, Baltimore and Chicago, to small towns in North Africa.Throughout my career, I have sought to demystify mental health and psychotherapy by actively involving my clients in the intake and therapy process."
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"I have worked with children, adults and families for more than 20 years. Using an integrative perspective, I apply a range of techniques, including those based in attachment, family systems, and cognitive behavioral theories. Prior to establishing my private practice, I worked in a variety of settings from inner-city neighborhoods of Washington DC, Baltimore and Chicago, to small towns in North Africa.Throughout my career, I have sought to demystify mental health and psychotherapy by actively involving my clients in the intake and therapy process."
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"Raising children and managing a family can pose many challenges. It is not unusual for children to face adversity during some point of their development. During difficult times, I work with children and families to address social,emotional, or developmental challenges. I use a combination of play and talk therapy to provide relief from painful emotional symptoms and foster growth and resilience. I guide and support parents by sorting through the many questions and decisions that arise when parenting a child with emotional difficulties. Together, we will find new ways of resolving conflicts."
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"Raising children and managing a family can pose many challenges. It is not unusual for children to face adversity during some point of their development. During difficult times, I work with children and families to address social,emotional, or developmental challenges. I use a combination of play and talk therapy to provide relief from painful emotional symptoms and foster growth and resilience. I guide and support parents by sorting through the many questions and decisions that arise when parenting a child with emotional difficulties. Together, we will find new ways of resolving conflicts."
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"Transitional times in your life sometimes creates angst and stress, which can show up in our bodies in a physical way, as well as, in our relationships. This is an ideal time to engage in therapy. These transitions can occur anywhere in your life; relationship conflict, a break-up, parenting concerns, navigating a new job or a geographical move, graduate school, divorce, family concerns, and health crises, as well as others, which all might result in anxiety or depression."
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"Transitional times in your life sometimes creates angst and stress, which can show up in our bodies in a physical way, as well as, in our relationships. This is an ideal time to engage in therapy. These transitions can occur anywhere in your life; relationship conflict, a break-up, parenting concerns, navigating a new job or a geographical move, graduate school, divorce, family concerns, and health crises, as well as others, which all might result in anxiety or depression."
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"I work with both individuals and couples. We begin by defining your needs for therapy.Then, we work toward clarity and understanding to learn for example, why you feel stuck or why you might be successful in one part of your life and not another. My work often incorporates learning better relational skills like boundaries and effective communication as well as developing a more compassionate and helpful way of relating to yourself."
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"I work with both individuals and couples. We begin by defining your needs for therapy.Then, we work toward clarity and understanding to learn for example, why you feel stuck or why you might be successful in one part of your life and not another. My work often incorporates learning better relational skills like boundaries and effective communication as well as developing a more compassionate and helpful way of relating to yourself."
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"Life gets complicated. You may be trying all that you know how to do to make things better for yourself or for someone you love but have run out of energy, ideas or both. You may have a relationship with someone you love but just can't seem to get along. You may be a parent trying to best figure out how to help a child or teen who is having problems. You may feel burdened by sadness, fear or stress.Or, perhaps you have old wounds that seem to keep interfering with you creating the life you want."
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"Life gets complicated. You may be trying all that you know how to do to make things better for yourself or for someone you love but have run out of energy, ideas or both. You may have a relationship with someone you love but just can't seem to get along. You may be a parent trying to best figure out how to help a child or teen who is having problems. You may feel burdened by sadness, fear or stress.Or, perhaps you have old wounds that seem to keep interfering with you creating the life you want."
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"Finding the right therapist is essential in one's journey toward overcoming obstacles. I believe counseling is a collaborative and creative process where we join together to establish the change you desire. I utilize a direct, honest, and genuine communication style in our relationship. My approach combines psychotherapy and the use of experiential therapy as a means of building communication, trust, and decision-making through individual and family treatment. My treatment also involves the partnership of animal assisted therapy with my Labrador Retriever."
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"Finding the right therapist is essential in one's journey toward overcoming obstacles. I believe counseling is a collaborative and creative process where we join together to establish the change you desire. I utilize a direct, honest, and genuine communication style in our relationship. My approach combines psychotherapy and the use of experiential therapy as a means of building communication, trust, and decision-making through individual and family treatment. My treatment also involves the partnership of animal assisted therapy with my Labrador Retriever."
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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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"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."
(224) 707-8712
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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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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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