Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60602
"If you are struggling with this thing called life;I can help! Whether it is the day to day challenges of your relationships (spouse, children,parents,siblings, friends,boss or co-workers), or how you feel about yourself (physically, emotionally, spiritually); if you are ready to make changes or improvements in any area in your life, I welcome the opportunity to work with you! Also, if you are going through some of life's more serious challenges: divorce, domestic abuse, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, eating disorders,sexual abuse trauma, or death of a loved one; please contact me."
Self-Harming
(708) 761-4228
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Chicago, Illinois 60602
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Self-Harming
"If you are struggling with this thing called life;I can help! Whether it is the day to day challenges of your relationships (spouse, children,parents,siblings, friends,boss or co-workers), or how you feel about yourself (physically, emotionally, spiritually); if you are ready to make changes or improvements in any area in your life, I welcome the opportunity to work with you! Also, if you are going through some of life's more serious challenges: divorce, domestic abuse, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, eating disorders,sexual abuse trauma, or death of a loved one; please contact me."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW , CDP, NCAC1, MAC
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Chicago, Illinois 60601
"Many of us recognize that "something" in our lives needs to change to improve the quality of our lives. Change starts with changing ourselves. My style is active collaboration that aligns behaviors with the values of the individual I am working with, in a nonjudgmental and respectful environment. My role in the therapeutic process is to help you recognize and maximize those internal and interpersonal skills that you possess, while supporting you in the development of new adaptive techniques and strategies. Particular areas of interest and expertise include depression, anxiety, anger issues, understanding and controlling emotions, difficulty in relationships"
Self-Harming
(872) 401-6151
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Chicago, Illinois 60601
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Self-Harming
"Many of us recognize that "something" in our lives needs to change to improve the quality of our lives. Change starts with changing ourselves. My style is active collaboration that aligns behaviors with the values of the individual I am working with, in a nonjudgmental and respectful environment. My role in the therapeutic process is to help you recognize and maximize those internal and interpersonal skills that you possess, while supporting you in the development of new adaptive techniques and strategies. Particular areas of interest and expertise include depression, anxiety, anger issues, understanding and controlling emotions, difficulty in relationships"
Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60618
"We become who we are within the context of a unique and complex constellation of relationships, circumstances, and histories. I seek to understand the intricacies of your experience. My approach is one of curiosity, compassion, attention to emotional safety, and collaboration. Along the way, insights emerge--links between present roadblocks and adaptations that people have made in order to tolerate or even survive adverse or traumatic experiences of the past are unearthed. These can be powerful moments, providing relief, healing, and new possibilities for change."
Self-Harming
(312) 883-8722
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Chicago, Illinois 60618
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Self-Harming
"We become who we are within the context of a unique and complex constellation of relationships, circumstances, and histories. I seek to understand the intricacies of your experience. My approach is one of curiosity, compassion, attention to emotional safety, and collaboration. Along the way, insights emerge--links between present roadblocks and adaptations that people have made in order to tolerate or even survive adverse or traumatic experiences of the past are unearthed. These can be powerful moments, providing relief, healing, and new possibilities for change."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Chicago, Illinois 60645
"I am a relational therapist working with individuals, couples, and those in non-traditional relationships. Seeking support from psychotherapy is a sign of inner strength and hope, even when it feels as if ones world has turned inside-out. Life rarely allows any of us a free pass; births and deaths, personal crises, relationship troubles, childhood trauma, etc. may meet anyone of us head-on at sometime during our lives. Seeking help from psychotherapy is a worthwhile path to take when ways of coping no longer seem effective. I nurture the possibility of deeper understanding and self-knowledge by creatively engaging the whole person."
Self-Harming
(847) 607-1297
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Office is near:
Chicago, Illinois 60645
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Self-Harming
"I am a relational therapist working with individuals, couples, and those in non-traditional relationships. Seeking support from psychotherapy is a sign of inner strength and hope, even when it feels as if ones world has turned inside-out. Life rarely allows any of us a free pass; births and deaths, personal crises, relationship troubles, childhood trauma, etc. may meet anyone of us head-on at sometime during our lives. Seeking help from psychotherapy is a worthwhile path to take when ways of coping no longer seem effective. I nurture the possibility of deeper understanding and self-knowledge by creatively engaging the whole person."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60643
"On the outside, it looks like you have everything together. You wonder what people would think if they knew how you actually felt. Whether you struggle with bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, or self-harm - I can help you navigate these difficult challenges. Despite how you are feeling, you do not have to bear this alone."
Self-Harming
(630) 283-8152
Verified
Chicago, Illinois 60643
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Self-Harming
"On the outside, it looks like you have everything together. You wonder what people would think if they knew how you actually felt. Whether you struggle with bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, or self-harm - I can help you navigate these difficult challenges. Despite how you are feeling, you do not have to bear this alone."
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60604
"The decision to begin therapy can be a rather difficult one that many people initially struggle with, but, once a commitment is made, it can be very rewarding. I believe that the therapeutic relationship is an intrinsic part of the process and, as such, collaboration between the client and the therapist is essential. My clinical interests include working with individuals with adjustment issues, grief and loss, issues related to self-esteem, depression, anxiety, identity development, trauma and resilience, and issues related to attachment."
Self-Harming
(312) 675-4685
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Chicago, Illinois 60604
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Self-Harming
"The decision to begin therapy can be a rather difficult one that many people initially struggle with, but, once a commitment is made, it can be very rewarding. I believe that the therapeutic relationship is an intrinsic part of the process and, as such, collaboration between the client and the therapist is essential. My clinical interests include working with individuals with adjustment issues, grief and loss, issues related to self-esteem, depression, anxiety, identity development, trauma and resilience, and issues related to attachment."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Chicago, Illinois 60615
"We all struggle at times, and sometimes family and friends are enough to help us manage, but there are times when these struggles become more than we can handle alone. It is at these times that we need a non-judgmental, supportive person who will be accepting and listen, and collaboratively work to help find solutions."
Self-Harming
(708) 540-2320
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Office is near:
Chicago, Illinois 60615
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Self-Harming
"We all struggle at times, and sometimes family and friends are enough to help us manage, but there are times when these struggles become more than we can handle alone. It is at these times that we need a non-judgmental, supportive person who will be accepting and listen, and collaboratively work to help find solutions."
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60602
"As a graduate from Northwestern University's Family Institute, and Owner of Watch Hill Therapy, I provide therapy for adult individuals who struggle with relationships, past trauma or hurt, complicated family issues or who just want to feel better in the present. Watch Hill is a Chicago-based therapy practice specializing in individual, couples, and trauma therapy, with a unique focus on enhancing relationships, healing from the past, and thriving individually."
Self-Harming
(630) 580-8316
Verified
Chicago, Illinois 60602
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Self-Harming
"As a graduate from Northwestern University's Family Institute, and Owner of Watch Hill Therapy, I provide therapy for adult individuals who struggle with relationships, past trauma or hurt, complicated family issues or who just want to feel better in the present. Watch Hill is a Chicago-based therapy practice specializing in individual, couples, and trauma therapy, with a unique focus on enhancing relationships, healing from the past, and thriving individually."
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60611
"Robin looks forward to working with clients collaboratively to increase their understanding of themselves and the challenges they are facing. Robin uses a variety of approaches, customized to the needs of her clients. Robin operates on the premise that people thrive when treated with dignity and respect. By providing an environment of acceptance and non-judgment, Robin supports clients as they identify and utilize their strengths, values, and abilities to overcome obstacles and live healthier and more fulfilling lives. Ultimately, Robin enjoys helping clients incorporate new ways of thinking and foster long-term improvements in their overall quality of life."
Self-Harming
(847) 973-5852
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Chicago, Illinois 60611
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Self-Harming
"Robin looks forward to working with clients collaboratively to increase their understanding of themselves and the challenges they are facing. Robin uses a variety of approaches, customized to the needs of her clients. Robin operates on the premise that people thrive when treated with dignity and respect. By providing an environment of acceptance and non-judgment, Robin supports clients as they identify and utilize their strengths, values, and abilities to overcome obstacles and live healthier and more fulfilling lives. Ultimately, Robin enjoys helping clients incorporate new ways of thinking and foster long-term improvements in their overall quality of life."
Counselor, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60640
"Fuller Counseling was founded with the mission of creating a space for clients that is comfortable, warm, compassionate, and free of judgment. We aim to work with individuals (adolescents and adults), couples and families to challenge negative beliefs, patterns, maladaptive coping skills, along with other difficult cycles that may have appeared throughout the course of life. We work with clients to create goals and treatment plans that will lead to healthier ways of living and utilize productive coping mechanisms. We empower our clients to make changes and gain insight that will stop old patterns and increase self-awareness and confidence."
Self-Harming
(773) 242-9523
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Chicago, Illinois 60640
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Self-Harming
"Fuller Counseling was founded with the mission of creating a space for clients that is comfortable, warm, compassionate, and free of judgment. We aim to work with individuals (adolescents and adults), couples and families to challenge negative beliefs, patterns, maladaptive coping skills, along with other difficult cycles that may have appeared throughout the course of life. We work with clients to create goals and treatment plans that will lead to healthier ways of living and utilize productive coping mechanisms. We empower our clients to make changes and gain insight that will stop old patterns and increase self-awareness and confidence."
Counselor, MS, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60642
"I'm really glad you're here! You've made the first step toward feeling better. You may be devastated, confused, and frustrated. Friends don't understand what you're going through. You did some research but you're overwhelmed by books, Web sites, articles, and blogs with information but no help about what to do. You've come to the right place: We'll work together to learn about your behaviors, thoughts, and how to change them so you can move on and thrive."
Self-Harming
(312) 757-7280
Verified
Chicago, Illinois 60642
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Self-Harming
"I'm really glad you're here! You've made the first step toward feeling better. You may be devastated, confused, and frustrated. Friends don't understand what you're going through. You did some research but you're overwhelmed by books, Web sites, articles, and blogs with information but no help about what to do. You've come to the right place: We'll work together to learn about your behaviors, thoughts, and how to change them so you can move on and thrive."
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60613
"Change is never easy,but with the assistance of a therapist, you can start to learn skills to move towards your goals. Some of these skills include effective communication, mindfulness, relaxation, and changing negative thought patterns. In my work with couples, I focus on teaching communication skills and understanding underlying issues that effect the relationship."
Self-Harming
(630) 796-0890
Verified
Chicago, Illinois 60613
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Self-Harming
"Change is never easy,but with the assistance of a therapist, you can start to learn skills to move towards your goals. Some of these skills include effective communication, mindfulness, relaxation, and changing negative thought patterns. In my work with couples, I focus on teaching communication skills and understanding underlying issues that effect the relationship."
PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60611
"University of Chicago (BA, MA, PhD) trained neuropsychologst. I see people of all ages. I use the most advanced scientific methods of neurofeedback and biofeedback currently available. In counseling I have worked with individuals and couples with a wide range of concerns regarding themselves and/or their relationships. I also work with individuals seeking personal performance enhancement. As a neuropsychologist I specialize in translating test scores into concrete solutions for work and school problems."
Self-Harming
(708) 880-9955
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Chicago, Illinois 60611
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Self-Harming
"University of Chicago (BA, MA, PhD) trained neuropsychologst. I see people of all ages. I use the most advanced scientific methods of neurofeedback and biofeedback currently available. In counseling I have worked with individuals and couples with a wide range of concerns regarding themselves and/or their relationships. I also work with individuals seeking personal performance enhancement. As a neuropsychologist I specialize in translating test scores into concrete solutions for work and school problems."
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60611
"Asking for help is a courageous first step toward making personally meaningful changes. I view therapy as a collaborative process that involves you and I working together to understand what has led you to this point, to explore what you would like to be different, and to begin to develop new ways of being."
Self-Harming
(815) 768-1673
Verified
Chicago, Illinois 60611
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Self-Harming
"Asking for help is a courageous first step toward making personally meaningful changes. I view therapy as a collaborative process that involves you and I working together to understand what has led you to this point, to explore what you would like to be different, and to begin to develop new ways of being."
Psychologist, MA, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60611
"Dr. Jennings attended Dominican University receiving her degree in psychology. She graduated from Midwestern University with her master of arts and her doctorate in clinical psychology. Dr.Jennings utilizes evidenced base practices such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help her clients achieve a meaningful life. She believes in approaching therapy with a compassionate nonjudgmental approach and values the client/therapist relationship."
Self-Harming
(312) 313-2371 x209
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Chicago, Illinois 60611
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Self-Harming
"Dr. Jennings attended Dominican University receiving her degree in psychology. She graduated from Midwestern University with her master of arts and her doctorate in clinical psychology. Dr.Jennings utilizes evidenced base practices such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help her clients achieve a meaningful life. She believes in approaching therapy with a compassionate nonjudgmental approach and values the client/therapist relationship."
Counselor, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60607
"I believe that change is the only constant we have in this world, and the idea of change can activate and trigger an immense amount of emotions within us. The ability to work with our vulnerabilities through courage and acceptance, empowers us to become change leaders both in our daily lives and our communities. Through empowerment and personal change, we foster an environment to bring forth our own creativity, curiosity, and collaboration leading to effective, long-lasting change."
Self-Harming
(847) 379-5302
Verified
Chicago, Illinois 60607
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Self-Harming
"I believe that change is the only constant we have in this world, and the idea of change can activate and trigger an immense amount of emotions within us. The ability to work with our vulnerabilities through courage and acceptance, empowers us to become change leaders both in our daily lives and our communities. Through empowerment and personal change, we foster an environment to bring forth our own creativity, curiosity, and collaboration leading to effective, long-lasting change."
Counselor, MA, LCPC, SEP
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60604
"I specialize in treating the issues that arise from unresolved trauma or difficult life experiences. My goal is to support and empower my clients by using an integrative and collaborative stance, incorporating my background in psychodynamic psychotherapy with body-centered and mindfulness-based techniques. It is my hope that by equipping my clients with the skills to develop their own self-awareness, self-compassion, clarity, and peace, they can go on to experience more meaningful and fulfilling lives."
Self-Harming
(773) 840-0417
Verified
Chicago, Illinois 60604
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Self-Harming
"I specialize in treating the issues that arise from unresolved trauma or difficult life experiences. My goal is to support and empower my clients by using an integrative and collaborative stance, incorporating my background in psychodynamic psychotherapy with body-centered and mindfulness-based techniques. It is my hope that by equipping my clients with the skills to develop their own self-awareness, self-compassion, clarity, and peace, they can go on to experience more meaningful and fulfilling lives."
Counselor, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60610
"I understand it takes courage to ask for help. I strive to create a safe, supportive environment where guests feel genuinely heard. I received my Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Roosevelt University and have been dedicated to serving others ever since. I believe the best results from therapy come from a collaborative relationship between the guest and therapist where both are giving and working on the goals. I know that this can best accomplished when there is a foundation of trust."
Self-Harming
(312) 477-0514
Verified
Chicago, Illinois 60610
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Self-Harming
"I understand it takes courage to ask for help. I strive to create a safe, supportive environment where guests feel genuinely heard. I received my Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Roosevelt University and have been dedicated to serving others ever since. I believe the best results from therapy come from a collaborative relationship between the guest and therapist where both are giving and working on the goals. I know that this can best accomplished when there is a foundation of trust."
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60606
"Too often psychotherapy focuses on causality, pathology and cures. However, rather than being "sick" or 'broken", often we are just lost inside ourselves or relationships. Everyone is a unique person with their own story, experience and perspective. The goal of therapy is to achieve a deeper awareness of where we are, to discover internal meaning for our many experiences, and to experience a life worth living. While working towards that awareness, I feel that it's also important to teach healthier coping skills to assist in dealing with the anxiety and day to day stressors that bring individuals to therapy."
Self-Harming
(312) 635-5772
Verified
Chicago, Illinois 60606
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Self-Harming
"Too often psychotherapy focuses on causality, pathology and cures. However, rather than being "sick" or 'broken", often we are just lost inside ourselves or relationships. Everyone is a unique person with their own story, experience and perspective. The goal of therapy is to achieve a deeper awareness of where we are, to discover internal meaning for our many experiences, and to experience a life worth living. While working towards that awareness, I feel that it's also important to teach healthier coping skills to assist in dealing with the anxiety and day to day stressors that bring individuals to therapy."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, RYT
Verified by Psychology Today
Chicago, Illinois 60622
""Loving ourselves through the process of owning our story is the bravest thing we'll ever do." ~Brene Brown~ Have you found life hasn't turned out the way you expected? Sometimes that can be a wonderful thing, and other times that reality can be frustrating to accept or work through. I believe those frustrations, when left unaddressed, can and often do lead to feelings of depression and/or anxiety, and can also put a strain on relationships. I believe therapy should be a safe space to give voice to those frustrations and an opportunity for healing."
Self-Harming
(309) 727-4030
Verified
Chicago, Illinois 60622
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Self-Harming
""Loving ourselves through the process of owning our story is the bravest thing we'll ever do." ~Brene Brown~ Have you found life hasn't turned out the way you expected? Sometimes that can be a wonderful thing, and other times that reality can be frustrating to accept or work through. I believe those frustrations, when left unaddressed, can and often do lead to feelings of depression and/or anxiety, and can also put a strain on relationships. I believe therapy should be a safe space to give voice to those frustrations and an opportunity for healing."

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