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"The crux of my approach is simple, but versatile: I use anything and everything available to make breakthroughs possible. We all do better with an expansive toolkit. EMDR for "stuckness" / trauma and Gottman methods for couples to repair & connect. (Well worth YouTubing either for a sense of them.) Once we understand each other and you are insight-equipped, we'll put insight into action. But in ways that feel authentic to your personal experience of things. Clients often report that my approachable, humorous, "very human" style makes therapy a much more effective experience even when exploring difficult content."
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"The crux of my approach is simple, but versatile: I use anything and everything available to make breakthroughs possible. We all do better with an expansive toolkit. EMDR for "stuckness" / trauma and Gottman methods for couples to repair & connect. (Well worth YouTubing either for a sense of them.) Once we understand each other and you are insight-equipped, we'll put insight into action. But in ways that feel authentic to your personal experience of things. Clients often report that my approachable, humorous, "very human" style makes therapy a much more effective experience even when exploring difficult content."
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"Are you or your child struggling with unhappiness, worry or confusing behaviors? While gifted in many things, your or your child may also be having trouble with frustration, irritability, sadness, self-esteem, sleep issues or emotional meltdowns. It may be affecting your ability to feel peace, enjoy family time or function at work. You’ve tried to help every way you know how, but nothing seems to be working. There is the exhaustion of looking for answers in books, articles and the well-meaning but judgmental advice of others. The frustration of seeing your child cry or scream and feeling helpless to fix or control the situation. "
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"Are you or your child struggling with unhappiness, worry or confusing behaviors? While gifted in many things, your or your child may also be having trouble with frustration, irritability, sadness, self-esteem, sleep issues or emotional meltdowns. It may be affecting your ability to feel peace, enjoy family time or function at work. You’ve tried to help every way you know how, but nothing seems to be working. There is the exhaustion of looking for answers in books, articles and the well-meaning but judgmental advice of others. The frustration of seeing your child cry or scream and feeling helpless to fix or control the situation. "
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"Life gets complicated. You have been 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 have been 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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"Theodora has experience mentoring adolescents in Chicago Public Schools and is passionate about advocating for young people in minority communities."
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"Theodora has experience mentoring adolescents in Chicago Public Schools and is passionate about advocating for young people in minority communities."
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"Life gets complicated. You have been 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 have been 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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"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."
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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."
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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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""Mental strength is not the ability to stay out of the darkness; it's the ability to sit present in the darkness knowing the light will shine again”, (ADHDsuperhero). I have a passion for assisting my clients through this process. Self-care is a practice we rarely exercise. You cannot care for others until you take care of yourself. Make the decision to take time for you; you are worth it! "
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""Mental strength is not the ability to stay out of the darkness; it's the ability to sit present in the darkness knowing the light will shine again”, (ADHDsuperhero). I have a passion for assisting my clients through this process. Self-care is a practice we rarely exercise. You cannot care for others until you take care of yourself. Make the decision to take time for you; you are worth it! "
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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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"Specialties: Child behaviors and emotional issues, school adjustment, mental illness in children and adolescents, domestic violence, child abuse and neglect, family therapy, couples therapy, trauma treatment, foster care and foster parenting. Author: The Supportive Foster Parent."
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"Specialties: Child behaviors and emotional issues, school adjustment, mental illness in children and adolescents, domestic violence, child abuse and neglect, family therapy, couples therapy, trauma treatment, foster care and foster parenting. Author: The Supportive Foster Parent."
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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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"Do you feel stressed, overwhelmed, or burned out? Are you a high-accountability medical, legal, or business professional who struggles to balance work and home life? Do you use substances to numb or avoid feeling emotions? You have the ability to learn about yourself and gain the skills needed to experience your emotions differently, and live the life you want. Many people find connection to their self in therapy after having given so much to others. You may want something more out of your relationships. I also work with clients who want to continue their growth in therapy after discharge from residential or intensive treatment. "
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"Do you feel stressed, overwhelmed, or burned out? Are you a high-accountability medical, legal, or business professional who struggles to balance work and home life? Do you use substances to numb or avoid feeling emotions? You have the ability to learn about yourself and gain the skills needed to experience your emotions differently, and live the life you want. Many people find connection to their self in therapy after having given so much to others. You may want something more out of your relationships. I also work with clients who want to continue their growth in therapy after discharge from residential or intensive treatment. "
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"Are you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, or just plain stuck?? Each person has characteristic ways of regulating their emotional reactions to their unique life challenges. The focus of my work is on identifying, strengthening, and modifying these coping tools to optimize interpersonal effectiveness and personal satisfaction in important relationships. I work with a combination of methods tailored to your needs and personal goals. Generally, I combine the exploration of developmental issues and their impact on current functioning (a psychodynamic perspective) with the utilization of aspects of cognitive-behavioral therapy to bring about more effective ways of managing your current feelings and stressors."
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"Are you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, or just plain stuck?? Each person has characteristic ways of regulating their emotional reactions to their unique life challenges. The focus of my work is on identifying, strengthening, and modifying these coping tools to optimize interpersonal effectiveness and personal satisfaction in important relationships. I work with a combination of methods tailored to your needs and personal goals. Generally, I combine the exploration of developmental issues and their impact on current functioning (a psychodynamic perspective) with the utilization of aspects of cognitive-behavioral therapy to bring about more effective ways of managing your current feelings and stressors."
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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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"A good fit between therapist and patient is an essential ingredient in forming an effective working alliance, assuming the therapist has strong academic credentials. That is why I encourage patients to do their research. The best way to determine whether people can work well together is to talk. There should be no charge for an initial phone consultation to evaluate this. If after a phone visit it doesn't feel like a good fit, I will help you find someone who is."
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"A good fit between therapist and patient is an essential ingredient in forming an effective working alliance, assuming the therapist has strong academic credentials. That is why I encourage patients to do their research. The best way to determine whether people can work well together is to talk. There should be no charge for an initial phone consultation to evaluate this. If after a phone visit it doesn't feel like a good fit, I will help you find someone who is."
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"We all experience a wide variety of feelings during our life time. Uncomfortable feelings such as anxiety, depression, resentment, guilt and shame are often difficult to own and process. When these feelings are not well processed, they disrupt our sense of self-esteem and self-worth. I became an LCSW in 2013 to pursue my passion to help people regain their sense of self-esteem and self-worth. In my practice, I often use therapeutic techniques such as active/empathic listening, reflection, reality testing and boundary setting. These techniques help my clients feel better about themselves and live fuller, more meaningful lives."
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"We all experience a wide variety of feelings during our life time. Uncomfortable feelings such as anxiety, depression, resentment, guilt and shame are often difficult to own and process. When these feelings are not well processed, they disrupt our sense of self-esteem and self-worth. I became an LCSW in 2013 to pursue my passion to help people regain their sense of self-esteem and self-worth. In my practice, I often use therapeutic techniques such as active/empathic listening, reflection, reality testing and boundary setting. These techniques help my clients feel better about themselves and live fuller, more meaningful lives."

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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.