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"Sometimes we experience an event that makes us question the world around us. Other times we may feel a certain way but can’t put our finger on why. It is possible we feel both desire and fear about looking deeper into our concerns. Life can feel messy, complicated and overwhelming. Seeking help may feel that way as well. You’re not alone and building a therapeutic relationship can help sort out these feelings. Therapy can help us better understand what exactly is bothering us, overcome patterns that no longer serve us, and help reduce and manage uncomfortable emotions. "
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"Sometimes we experience an event that makes us question the world around us. Other times we may feel a certain way but can’t put our finger on why. It is possible we feel both desire and fear about looking deeper into our concerns. Life can feel messy, complicated and overwhelming. Seeking help may feel that way as well. You’re not alone and building a therapeutic relationship can help sort out these feelings. Therapy can help us better understand what exactly is bothering us, overcome patterns that no longer serve us, and help reduce and manage uncomfortable emotions. "
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"When people ask me for help dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, career issues or relationships, they want more than insight; they're hoping for behavioral change. I'm an active, warm, cognitive behavioral therapist [CBT] with 25 years of experience. I'm the co-founder of a highly regarded group psychotherapy practice in downtown Chicago, 60602. I help clients build their confidence, identify options, and make the changes that will improve the quality of their lives. My clients value my insightful supportive feedback and creative, cognitive approach in working with them towards long-lasting life changes."
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"When people ask me for help dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, career issues or relationships, they want more than insight; they're hoping for behavioral change. I'm an active, warm, cognitive behavioral therapist [CBT] with 25 years of experience. I'm the co-founder of a highly regarded group psychotherapy practice in downtown Chicago, 60602. I help clients build their confidence, identify options, and make the changes that will improve the quality of their lives. My clients value my insightful supportive feedback and creative, cognitive approach in working with them towards long-lasting life changes."
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"As a licensed clinical psychologist, I specialize in working with young adults who struggle with eating and body image concerns at any stage. Whether coming in for an initial assessment or a desire to strengthen established recovery, I will tailor treatment to best meet your goals. I also help individuals who wish to explore their identity, address relationship issues, build coping tools for depression and anxiety, and developing young professionals."
(312) 516-4248 x703
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"As a licensed clinical psychologist, I specialize in working with young adults who struggle with eating and body image concerns at any stage. Whether coming in for an initial assessment or a desire to strengthen established recovery, I will tailor treatment to best meet your goals. I also help individuals who wish to explore their identity, address relationship issues, build coping tools for depression and anxiety, and developing young professionals."
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"I believe in the fundamental worth and unique strengths of every individual, and that an attention to these attributes is the bedrock of any helping relationship. I also believe that much of the emotional and relational struggles we suffer in life are born in experiences of pain through which we labored to survive, and that these laborings often limit us or become self-defeating later in life. The therapeutic relationship then becomes a space of uncovering, of pursuing self-knowledge, and of re-experiencing or re-learning authentic relationship through which healing, growth, and a sense of thriving can occur."
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"I believe in the fundamental worth and unique strengths of every individual, and that an attention to these attributes is the bedrock of any helping relationship. I also believe that much of the emotional and relational struggles we suffer in life are born in experiences of pain through which we labored to survive, and that these laborings often limit us or become self-defeating later in life. The therapeutic relationship then becomes a space of uncovering, of pursuing self-knowledge, and of re-experiencing or re-learning authentic relationship through which healing, growth, and a sense of thriving can occur."
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"Taking the first step towards change can feel overwhelming and I recognize the courage it takes to start the journey towards healing. I believe the therapeutic relationship with my clients has an impact on facilitating growth so I strive to create a supportive environment that assists them in navigating decisions that can keep them feeling stuck. I listen intently and seek to understand my clients so they feel cared for. My strength based approach allows me to highlight the sense of resilience that each client brings and I collaborate with clients to set goals and solve problems that lead to a healthier life."
(773) 263-0003
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"Taking the first step towards change can feel overwhelming and I recognize the courage it takes to start the journey towards healing. I believe the therapeutic relationship with my clients has an impact on facilitating growth so I strive to create a supportive environment that assists them in navigating decisions that can keep them feeling stuck. I listen intently and seek to understand my clients so they feel cared for. My strength based approach allows me to highlight the sense of resilience that each client brings and I collaborate with clients to set goals and solve problems that lead to a healthier life."
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"I have over 25 years of clinical experience in psychodynamic psychoanalytic therapy. I have particular experience in working with adults who are experiencing relational difficulties as well as suffering from anxiety and depressive disorders."
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"I have over 25 years of clinical experience in psychodynamic psychoanalytic therapy. I have particular experience in working with adults who are experiencing relational difficulties as well as suffering from anxiety and depressive disorders."
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"As a psychologist and psychoanalyst I work with children, adolescents and adults of all ages in a strength-based and relationship-engaged process. With both children and teenagers, I always include parallel work with parents to support and improve communication and understanding. My approach is grounded in a development perspective that appreciates the essential connection between body and mind and recognizes how past experiences and relationships, as well as things outside of our conscious awareness, influence our present-day feelings and behavior. I have successfully worked with persons of all ages who wish to avoid or discontinue the use of psychotropic medications."
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"As a psychologist and psychoanalyst I work with children, adolescents and adults of all ages in a strength-based and relationship-engaged process. With both children and teenagers, I always include parallel work with parents to support and improve communication and understanding. My approach is grounded in a development perspective that appreciates the essential connection between body and mind and recognizes how past experiences and relationships, as well as things outside of our conscious awareness, influence our present-day feelings and behavior. I have successfully worked with persons of all ages who wish to avoid or discontinue the use of psychotropic medications."
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"I love what I do. I enjoy assisting you and your loved ones working through pains to a deeply connected, authentic, and satisfying life for yourself and with each other. I am equipped to help you with a wide range of struggles including emotional turmoil, traditional or non traditional relationship issues, sexual difficulties, and self esteem issues. I believe we have the strength within ourselves to heal, and I strive to help you and you significant other get into contact with that innate resiliency for a more nourishing life. I do so in a collaborative way, with cultural sensitivity, and sharp wit."
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"I love what I do. I enjoy assisting you and your loved ones working through pains to a deeply connected, authentic, and satisfying life for yourself and with each other. I am equipped to help you with a wide range of struggles including emotional turmoil, traditional or non traditional relationship issues, sexual difficulties, and self esteem issues. I believe we have the strength within ourselves to heal, and I strive to help you and you significant other get into contact with that innate resiliency for a more nourishing life. I do so in a collaborative way, with cultural sensitivity, and sharp wit."
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"Years of working with people who have struggled with trauma, depression, anxiety and eating disorders have given me proof of the human capacity for insight, change, growth and connection. I partner with every client to understand and move beyond the maladaptive patterns that get in the way of a life filled with meaning, hope and confidence. Replacing coping mechanisms that are no longer effective is a transformative and formidable process that you do not have to figure out or experience alone. "
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"Years of working with people who have struggled with trauma, depression, anxiety and eating disorders have given me proof of the human capacity for insight, change, growth and connection. I partner with every client to understand and move beyond the maladaptive patterns that get in the way of a life filled with meaning, hope and confidence. Replacing coping mechanisms that are no longer effective is a transformative and formidable process that you do not have to figure out or experience alone. "
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"Everyone feels anxiety, depression, or other difficult feelings at different points in their life. When painful feelings are persistent and life begins to feel difficult and unmanageable in a more ongoing way that is the time to consider going to therapy. For the last 20 years, I have helped adult men and women and teens and their parents improve their mood, reduce stress, increase self confidence, cultivate satisfying relationships, and make lasting changes in their lives. I work hard to provide a climate where you can feel safe and understood so you can begin to explore your thoughts and feelings."
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"Everyone feels anxiety, depression, or other difficult feelings at different points in their life. When painful feelings are persistent and life begins to feel difficult and unmanageable in a more ongoing way that is the time to consider going to therapy. For the last 20 years, I have helped adult men and women and teens and their parents improve their mood, reduce stress, increase self confidence, cultivate satisfying relationships, and make lasting changes in their lives. I work hard to provide a climate where you can feel safe and understood so you can begin to explore your thoughts and feelings."
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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. "
(872) 231-3897
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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 help people struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, relationship problems, family conflict, and obsessive-compulsive symptoms. Sometimes, I work with people to find quick solutions to their most pressing symptoms. Other times, we work together to explore the past in-depth and its influence on the present. I believe that lasting change only happens when people feel they're talking to a real person who they trust and can be honest with. My work is collaborative and built on the trusting relationships I take time to develop with my clients."
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"I help people struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, relationship problems, family conflict, and obsessive-compulsive symptoms. Sometimes, I work with people to find quick solutions to their most pressing symptoms. Other times, we work together to explore the past in-depth and its influence on the present. I believe that lasting change only happens when people feel they're talking to a real person who they trust and can be honest with. My work is collaborative and built on the trusting relationships I take time to develop with my clients."
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"The clients who come to me are having difficulty creating the lives that they want for themselves. Sometimes this is due to trauma in their background and other times it is due to other things that are blocking their personal goals such as grief or a break-up/divorce. Clients who work best with me are ones who want to build their internal resources so that they can knowingly move forward in whatever direction they choose."
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"The clients who come to me are having difficulty creating the lives that they want for themselves. Sometimes this is due to trauma in their background and other times it is due to other things that are blocking their personal goals such as grief or a break-up/divorce. Clients who work best with me are ones who want to build their internal resources so that they can knowingly move forward in whatever direction they choose."
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"My practice consists of a small group of psychologists focused on helping clients make changes toward more fulfilling, connected, and healthier lives. Knowing it can be difficult to reach out for help, I create a caring, safe space in which we work collaboratively to foster healing and eliminate barriers to finding meaning and living life more fully. Therapy is a collaborative endeavor, and it is key to develop an effective and nurturing relationship in which we have a common understanding of the challenges you face."
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"My practice consists of a small group of psychologists focused on helping clients make changes toward more fulfilling, connected, and healthier lives. Knowing it can be difficult to reach out for help, I create a caring, safe space in which we work collaboratively to foster healing and eliminate barriers to finding meaning and living life more fully. Therapy is a collaborative endeavor, and it is key to develop an effective and nurturing relationship in which we have a common understanding of the challenges you face."
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"Seeking counseling and opening up are not easy. Therefore, to achieve your goals, you'll need a safe space in which you feel heard. To that end, I use a person-centered and holistic approach. I recognize that you are not the same as any other person. Therefore, what works for someone else may not work for you. I'll tailor my approach to you as a person. For some people, but not all, spirituality and faith are core values. If these are important values to you, I'll listen sincerely and respectfully, helping you to integrate these values into your care. "
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"Seeking counseling and opening up are not easy. Therefore, to achieve your goals, you'll need a safe space in which you feel heard. To that end, I use a person-centered and holistic approach. I recognize that you are not the same as any other person. Therefore, what works for someone else may not work for you. I'll tailor my approach to you as a person. For some people, but not all, spirituality and faith are core values. If these are important values to you, I'll listen sincerely and respectfully, helping you to integrate these values into your care. "
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"Through attentive listening, inquiry, respect and acceptance, I provide a calm space for you to gain ground in loosening the binds of anxiety, depression, relationship conflict and other concerns. I work collaboratively to help you identify goals and how to move toward achieving them. The following is a partial list of what I can help with: decrease worry and increase relaxation, decrease depression and increase self-esteem, decrease self-criticism and increase self-acceptance, decrease quick triggering of painful emotions and increase resilience, decrease relationship conflict and increase closeness with others."
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"Through attentive listening, inquiry, respect and acceptance, I provide a calm space for you to gain ground in loosening the binds of anxiety, depression, relationship conflict and other concerns. I work collaboratively to help you identify goals and how to move toward achieving them. The following is a partial list of what I can help with: decrease worry and increase relaxation, decrease depression and increase self-esteem, decrease self-criticism and increase self-acceptance, decrease quick triggering of painful emotions and increase resilience, decrease relationship conflict and increase closeness with others."
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"I work with individuals and couples to deepen self-understanding, build upon strengths, understand unhelpful patterns, address challenges, and create new and more satisfying strategies for living."
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"I work with individuals and couples to deepen self-understanding, build upon strengths, understand unhelpful patterns, address challenges, and create new and more satisfying strategies for living."
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"While life usually has its ups and downs, and everyone encounters difficult days, sometimes things become overwhelming and therefore it makes sense to seek counseling. In fact, often it may be helpful to run a distressing situation past a professional like me, not only to allow the opportunity for an evaluation, but also to hear oneself in the presence of an outside, objective person. I have been successful with young adults, midlife and senior people. The kinds of issues may range but not be restricted to relationship concerns, employment dilemmas, parenting problems and grief associated with loss."
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"While life usually has its ups and downs, and everyone encounters difficult days, sometimes things become overwhelming and therefore it makes sense to seek counseling. In fact, often it may be helpful to run a distressing situation past a professional like me, not only to allow the opportunity for an evaluation, but also to hear oneself in the presence of an outside, objective person. I have been successful with young adults, midlife and senior people. The kinds of issues may range but not be restricted to relationship concerns, employment dilemmas, parenting problems and grief associated with loss."
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"I work with individuals and couples from different parts of the country and world, who are trying to figure out how to adjust to life today. Many of my clients come from other nations, where the norms are different and people live more communally. Most of my clients also have a history of trauma, narcissistic abuse, or issues stemming from their childhoods. These issues and traumas add a layer of complication to an already challenging day to day life. What all of my clients have in common is that they feel anxious, panicked, powerless, and hopeless about their situations. I can help. "
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"I work with individuals and couples from different parts of the country and world, who are trying to figure out how to adjust to life today. Many of my clients come from other nations, where the norms are different and people live more communally. Most of my clients also have a history of trauma, narcissistic abuse, or issues stemming from their childhoods. These issues and traumas add a layer of complication to an already challenging day to day life. What all of my clients have in common is that they feel anxious, panicked, powerless, and hopeless about their situations. I can help. "
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"Dr. Torzewski has more than 20 years of clinical experience. Her practice focuses on individual and couples therapy for adults. She uses a comprehensive treatment approach to be as effective as possible in her work with clients. In addition to being a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice, Dr. Torzewski serves as an Assistant Professor at Northwestern's Feinberg School of Medicine."
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"Dr. Torzewski has more than 20 years of clinical experience. Her practice focuses on individual and couples therapy for adults. She uses a comprehensive treatment approach to be as effective as possible in her work with clients. In addition to being a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice, Dr. Torzewski serves as an Assistant Professor at Northwestern's Feinberg School of Medicine."

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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.