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"Whether you desire to make changes, heal wounds or develop a more genuine and authentic life, Aimee invites you to partner with her in creating a safe, supportive space for reflection and growth. Examine, explore and discover how maintain a more gratifying and joyful lifestyle. As your story unfolds, she tailors a wholistic approach that meets your personal needs, goals and aspirations. "
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Teen Violence
Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)
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"Whether you desire to make changes, heal wounds or develop a more genuine and authentic life, Aimee invites you to partner with her in creating a safe, supportive space for reflection and growth. Examine, explore and discover how maintain a more gratifying and joyful lifestyle. As your story unfolds, she tailors a wholistic approach that meets your personal needs, goals and aspirations. "
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"In my 25 years of experience as a licensed clinical psychologist, I have come to understand the healing power of the therapeutic relationship. I strongly believe that it is through this alliance and partnership that real growth and change occurs. I am committed to tailoring therapy to meet the needs and goals of each patient using a combination of psychodynamic and interpersonal approaches as well as cognitive behavioral techniques. When appropriate, I integrate a unique blend of mind, body, energy and nutritional aspects into the treatment to help move someone forward toward a healthier, more fulfilled self."
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"In my 25 years of experience as a licensed clinical psychologist, I have come to understand the healing power of the therapeutic relationship. I strongly believe that it is through this alliance and partnership that real growth and change occurs. I am committed to tailoring therapy to meet the needs and goals of each patient using a combination of psychodynamic and interpersonal approaches as well as cognitive behavioral techniques. When appropriate, I integrate a unique blend of mind, body, energy and nutritional aspects into the treatment to help move someone forward toward a healthier, more fulfilled self."
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"At the heart of my perspective is the idea that as a therapist I have a special kind of role and potential for influence on people's lives. At the same time, I am participating as a fellow human being with an array of emotions and personal tendencies not unlike those of the people who come to me for help. And indeed, as is common of people in the field, and even as is required in formal analytic training, I’ve been a patient myself (hopefully yielding enhanced self-awareness). So I know what it’s like from both sides."
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"At the heart of my perspective is the idea that as a therapist I have a special kind of role and potential for influence on people's lives. At the same time, I am participating as a fellow human being with an array of emotions and personal tendencies not unlike those of the people who come to me for help. And indeed, as is common of people in the field, and even as is required in formal analytic training, I’ve been a patient myself (hopefully yielding enhanced self-awareness). So I know what it’s like from both sides."
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"Sometimes we find that life takes us in unexpected directions and we become unsure of ourselves and wonder if we have the coping skills to forge ahead. I work with women and couples who have been successful in many aspects of their life but find they are having difficulty working through this new chapter. Often times we struggle in our relationships as we are transitioning through life transitions. Our relationships are so important in our lives as we all want to feel validated, appreciated and seen by our loved ones. We may find that these relationships are in flux in our life transition and it hurts."
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"Sometimes we find that life takes us in unexpected directions and we become unsure of ourselves and wonder if we have the coping skills to forge ahead. I work with women and couples who have been successful in many aspects of their life but find they are having difficulty working through this new chapter. Often times we struggle in our relationships as we are transitioning through life transitions. Our relationships are so important in our lives as we all want to feel validated, appreciated and seen by our loved ones. We may find that these relationships are in flux in our life transition and it hurts."
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"As a marriage and family therapist, I help teens, couples, and families argue less and get along better. I empower clients in their relationships, and help families move toward better communication with one another. Care and support are crucial when taking these steps, especially for those who don't feel heard or understood. Therapy can help this process, resulting in greater self-worth and a stronger family dynamic."
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"As a marriage and family therapist, I help teens, couples, and families argue less and get along better. I empower clients in their relationships, and help families move toward better communication with one another. Care and support are crucial when taking these steps, especially for those who don't feel heard or understood. Therapy can help this process, resulting in greater self-worth and a stronger family dynamic."
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"Many of my clients grew up in homes where family didn’t take good enough care of them. Oftentimes, they felt overlooked and alone. They didn’t feel safe enough to be themselves. They learned to pay close attention to others’ moods and proceed accordingly. They had to grow up fast and learned to be independent early on. Nowadays, many of my clients struggle in their relationships. They commonly struggle with trusting others, take on either an aloof or needy stance in relationships, struggle with communication and conflict, and/or have difficulty understanding and dealing with their own and others’ feelings, wants, and needs. "
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"Many of my clients grew up in homes where family didn’t take good enough care of them. Oftentimes, they felt overlooked and alone. They didn’t feel safe enough to be themselves. They learned to pay close attention to others’ moods and proceed accordingly. They had to grow up fast and learned to be independent early on. Nowadays, many of my clients struggle in their relationships. They commonly struggle with trusting others, take on either an aloof or needy stance in relationships, struggle with communication and conflict, and/or have difficulty understanding and dealing with their own and others’ feelings, wants, and needs. "
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"Our lives have been turned upside down overnight. The COVID-19 pandemic is something we are all experiencing together and also so alone. In addition, we of course have our lives before COVID-19. Undoubtedly being so isolated brings many unresolved issues to the surface along with new ones. It can exacerbate existing patterns within a relationship. It highlights that some of our coping mechanisms may be problematic to our well being. It may bring up feelings of anxiety, fear, disappointment and loss. Most importantly, it forces us to look at ourselves in a way we haven’t before. It’s a lot to process. "
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"Our lives have been turned upside down overnight. The COVID-19 pandemic is something we are all experiencing together and also so alone. In addition, we of course have our lives before COVID-19. Undoubtedly being so isolated brings many unresolved issues to the surface along with new ones. It can exacerbate existing patterns within a relationship. It highlights that some of our coping mechanisms may be problematic to our well being. It may bring up feelings of anxiety, fear, disappointment and loss. Most importantly, it forces us to look at ourselves in a way we haven’t before. It’s a lot to process. "
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"I believe we all have the ability to heal from life stressors and suffering. I use an integrative approach to draw upon each person's individual inner resources. I tailor the therapeutic experience to meet the unique needs of each person. I strive to create a safe, supportive, and understanding environment to openly explore and discuss issues, as well as working to facilitate growth and self-acceptance. It takes courage to seek counseling/therapy. I work to respectfully collaborate and to assist in gaining a deeper understanding, while also helping to identify solutions towards a more satisfying and fulfilling life."
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"I believe we all have the ability to heal from life stressors and suffering. I use an integrative approach to draw upon each person's individual inner resources. I tailor the therapeutic experience to meet the unique needs of each person. I strive to create a safe, supportive, and understanding environment to openly explore and discuss issues, as well as working to facilitate growth and self-acceptance. It takes courage to seek counseling/therapy. I work to respectfully collaborate and to assist in gaining a deeper understanding, while also helping to identify solutions towards a more satisfying and fulfilling life."
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"My clients often seek counseling to improve their relationships and examine how they manage decisions. To accomplish this, s/he/they explore what attracts -- and frustrates -- them in family, friendship, work and romantic relationships. Clients explore problem solving, motivation underlying behavior, and career desires. Sometimes clients share painful memories of things done to them, or of things they did that are outside their typical behavior. Clients often discuss depression, anxiety, anger, self-esteem/confidence, relationship conflict, sexuality, polyamory, traumatic experiences and educational choices or career growth."
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"My clients often seek counseling to improve their relationships and examine how they manage decisions. To accomplish this, s/he/they explore what attracts -- and frustrates -- them in family, friendship, work and romantic relationships. Clients explore problem solving, motivation underlying behavior, and career desires. Sometimes clients share painful memories of things done to them, or of things they did that are outside their typical behavior. Clients often discuss depression, anxiety, anger, self-esteem/confidence, relationship conflict, sexuality, polyamory, traumatic experiences and educational choices or career growth."
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"Mallory Price, LCSW specializes in providing integrative, trauma and person-centered psychotherapy to individuals and families. With a deep understanding of the importance of trust, Mallory works to establish a safe, non-judgmental, and affirming environment where clients can begin to explore what brought them to therapy. Mallory works with clients to identify their therapy goals and strengths. Mallory is interactive with clients and employs elements of Cognitive and Dialectical Behavior Therapies to help the client develop strategies they can integrate into their daily lives to support change and growth. "
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"Mallory Price, LCSW specializes in providing integrative, trauma and person-centered psychotherapy to individuals and families. With a deep understanding of the importance of trust, Mallory works to establish a safe, non-judgmental, and affirming environment where clients can begin to explore what brought them to therapy. Mallory works with clients to identify their therapy goals and strengths. Mallory is interactive with clients and employs elements of Cognitive and Dialectical Behavior Therapies to help the client develop strategies they can integrate into their daily lives to support change and growth. "
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"I am an Art Therapist and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor practicing from a strengths-based framework. I specialize in mental health disorders such as PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder. I use art materials and art interventions with clients as a means for exploring issues related to the above disorders. Potential art materials include but are not limited to drawing, painting, sculpture, and mixed media. No art experience necessary."
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"I am an Art Therapist and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor practicing from a strengths-based framework. I specialize in mental health disorders such as PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder. I use art materials and art interventions with clients as a means for exploring issues related to the above disorders. Potential art materials include but are not limited to drawing, painting, sculpture, and mixed media. No art experience necessary."
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"My passion and clinical practice focus on sexuality, and I have comprehensive and specialized experience in the areas of sexual and gender identity development, sexual trauma, HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases, reproductive health and sex therapy. I am a charismatic, sincere and direct therapist who recognizes sexual wellness as a vital element to confidence and emotional health."
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"My passion and clinical practice focus on sexuality, and I have comprehensive and specialized experience in the areas of sexual and gender identity development, sexual trauma, HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases, reproductive health and sex therapy. I am a charismatic, sincere and direct therapist who recognizes sexual wellness as a vital element to confidence and emotional health."
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"I am very dedicated to my clients. I work in a reflective and empathetic style, and offer collaborative input toward their personal growth and self-compassion. I strive to build a welcoming partnership with them over time, in which they can feel safe to verbalize and explore their true feelings within a supportive and trusting clinical alliance. By gradually deepening their own awareness of themselves via this process, my clients are often able to overcome emotional obstacles, have more satisfying relationships, feel a greater sense of freedom and curiosity, and more fully engage in ways they find fulfilling."
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"I am very dedicated to my clients. I work in a reflective and empathetic style, and offer collaborative input toward their personal growth and self-compassion. I strive to build a welcoming partnership with them over time, in which they can feel safe to verbalize and explore their true feelings within a supportive and trusting clinical alliance. By gradually deepening their own awareness of themselves via this process, my clients are often able to overcome emotional obstacles, have more satisfying relationships, feel a greater sense of freedom and curiosity, and more fully engage in ways they find fulfilling."
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"The therapeutic dialogue is a unique collaboration in which exploration and growth can occur while addressing difficult issues around relationships and life. I work with clients to navigate challenges and explore the parts of themselves that have held them back or limited their ability to make satisfying decisions. Each person coming to therapy is in a different place with different needs. I meet them at that place and work with them to move forward and find healing. My goal is to approach clients with compassionate understanding."
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"The therapeutic dialogue is a unique collaboration in which exploration and growth can occur while addressing difficult issues around relationships and life. I work with clients to navigate challenges and explore the parts of themselves that have held them back or limited their ability to make satisfying decisions. Each person coming to therapy is in a different place with different needs. I meet them at that place and work with them to move forward and find healing. My goal is to approach clients with compassionate understanding."
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"We rarely can overcome all of life's challenges on our own, yet reaching out to others for help is often difficult. I recognize this fact as I seek to work collaboratively in helping you bring about the changes you want to see in your life. Therapy can be of enormous value in decreasing distress, more effectively managing emotions, better understanding the causes of your unhappiness, cultivating closer and more fulfilling relationships, overcoming patterns that repeatedly get in your way, and improving your ability to build a happier and more meaningful life."
(312) 313-3692
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"We rarely can overcome all of life's challenges on our own, yet reaching out to others for help is often difficult. I recognize this fact as I seek to work collaboratively in helping you bring about the changes you want to see in your life. Therapy can be of enormous value in decreasing distress, more effectively managing emotions, better understanding the causes of your unhappiness, cultivating closer and more fulfilling relationships, overcoming patterns that repeatedly get in your way, and improving your ability to build a happier and more meaningful life."
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"*Limited Availability* To seek therapy takes courage and curiosity. The process of therapy gives us the opportunity to explore the impact of the multiple systems with which we are connected- family, work, home, friends, community- in the context of an affirming relationship with the therapist. Through this process, we come to better understand how we have interacted with these systems over time, the strategies we have developed to navigate them successfully, and how these systems have impacted us, contributing to both opportunities and challenges."
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"*Limited Availability* To seek therapy takes courage and curiosity. The process of therapy gives us the opportunity to explore the impact of the multiple systems with which we are connected- family, work, home, friends, community- in the context of an affirming relationship with the therapist. Through this process, we come to better understand how we have interacted with these systems over time, the strategies we have developed to navigate them successfully, and how these systems have impacted us, contributing to both opportunities and challenges."
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"As a therapist for the last seven years and licensed attorney for over 25, I am experienced in counseling individuals, assisting clients with problem solving, offering support and utilizing best practices. My certification from Jane Addams School of Social Work is in Evidence-Based Practice. I focus on solution-oriented therapy in my work with adults, children, adolescents, individuals, couples and families. This includes CBT strategies, strengths-based and psycho-dynamic treatment in a joint effort with clients to meet their multi-dimensional needs. Our work together will include exploring your concerns from many perspectives to facilitate problem solving, improved functioning, and reduce negative symptoms."
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"As a therapist for the last seven years and licensed attorney for over 25, I am experienced in counseling individuals, assisting clients with problem solving, offering support and utilizing best practices. My certification from Jane Addams School of Social Work is in Evidence-Based Practice. I focus on solution-oriented therapy in my work with adults, children, adolescents, individuals, couples and families. This includes CBT strategies, strengths-based and psycho-dynamic treatment in a joint effort with clients to meet their multi-dimensional needs. Our work together will include exploring your concerns from many perspectives to facilitate problem solving, improved functioning, and reduce negative symptoms."
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"Above all else, I value the human experience. My approach is to meet individuals, couples, and families where they are to help balance their current reality with what they desire. I can help you develop improved insights and effective coping skills. I work with couples and families to achieve healthy goals of relating. Once empowered with tools, clients can begin to experience a new and positive reality. For clients who desire brief or solution-focused therapy, I'm happy to work with you in minimizing past failures/problems and shift towards increasing your strengths. *Call me to make an appointment."
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"Above all else, I value the human experience. My approach is to meet individuals, couples, and families where they are to help balance their current reality with what they desire. I can help you develop improved insights and effective coping skills. I work with couples and families to achieve healthy goals of relating. Once empowered with tools, clients can begin to experience a new and positive reality. For clients who desire brief or solution-focused therapy, I'm happy to work with you in minimizing past failures/problems and shift towards increasing your strengths. *Call me to make an appointment."
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"Are you or your relationships struggling to find your footing? Are you feeling overwhelmed or hopeless that attempts to turn things around have not worked? Are you looking for a way to transition, adapt, reconstruct, transform, advance, or find more harmony in your life? I believe that therapy is a powerful tool to be used in creating the change you want to see in your life as it is responsive, accessible, and sustainable; we all want something that works, that we can do, and that lasts. "
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"Are you or your relationships struggling to find your footing? Are you feeling overwhelmed or hopeless that attempts to turn things around have not worked? Are you looking for a way to transition, adapt, reconstruct, transform, advance, or find more harmony in your life? I believe that therapy is a powerful tool to be used in creating the change you want to see in your life as it is responsive, accessible, and sustainable; we all want something that works, that we can do, and that lasts. "
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"I believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to live a rich and meaningful life and therapy can be a powerful catalyst for change. I consider it a privilege to accompany others on their journey to well-being and strive to create an empowering and non-judgmental space that supports development. My approach to therapy is collaborative, compassionate, and I don’t hesitate to effectively and responsibly incorporate humor into the therapeutic process. As a multicultural and feminist psychologist, I am aware of the unique concerns of those with marginalized identities and welcome clients from a variety of diverse backgrounds. "
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"I believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to live a rich and meaningful life and therapy can be a powerful catalyst for change. I consider it a privilege to accompany others on their journey to well-being and strive to create an empowering and non-judgmental space that supports development. My approach to therapy is collaborative, compassionate, and I don’t hesitate to effectively and responsibly incorporate humor into the therapeutic process. As a multicultural and feminist psychologist, I am aware of the unique concerns of those with marginalized identities and welcome clients from a variety of diverse backgrounds. "

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Teen Violence Therapists
Kids and teens become violent for varied reasons. They model others' behavior when they see violence at home, in the movies, in video games, or on the street. They experience bullying or teasing and become enraged to act in revenge. They lash out in frustration from learning disorders, emotional distress, or attention deficit. In some cases teens channel frustration and act out in anger as a form of release.

Look here for help with children, kids or teens in 60602 with violence issues in 60602 or 60602 violent behavior problems. Try a 60602 child Therapists, 60602 facility for teens or 60602 teen violence treatment program. These professionals provide help with kids' violent behavior in 60602, child violence and violent adolescents. They include violence Therapists in 60602, behavior psychologists, violent behavior counseling and treatment for violent teens. They'll also help with teenagers in 60602, 60602 teenage violence and teenager anti-social behavior issues.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 60602 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 60602 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 60602 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 60602 or family therapy in 60602.