Dr. Mitchell Hicks, PhD, ABPP
Are you feeling depressed or anxious? Are your life and relationships unfulfilling? Can't let go of past hurts? Using sex or the internet to avoid others or painful emotions? Nothing gets better no matter what you try? Maybe it's time for a change!
- t: 630-849-8275
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Dr. Mitchell Hicks Practice Specialty
- Anger Management
- Elderly Persons Disorders
- Loss or Grief
- Personality Disorders
- Relationship Issues
- Thinking Disorders
- Trauma and PTSD
- Age Specialty: Adults, Elders
- Session Format: Individual, Couple
- Treatment Approach: Psychoanalytic
- Name: Dr. Mitchell Hicks, PhD, ABPP
- Therapist Type: Psychologist
- Gender: Male
- Fees: $135
- Accepts Insurance: Yes
- Company: Independent Practice
- License #: 071-006835
- License State: Illinois
- Years in Practice: 12
- Education: - - PhD - University of Cincinnati (2003)
- - Clinical Psychology Internship - Wright State University (2003)
- - Post-graduate Certificate - Adult Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis (2009)
I draw upon multiple theories in order to help you develop insight into patterns of feeling, relating, and avoiding authentic living. These insights lay the foundation for experimenting with new ways of living and tolerating difficult realities.
- 3411-C North Kennicott Avenue
- Arlington Heights, Illinois 60004
- United States
Hours of work
Monday 2:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Wednesday 2:00 pm - 10:00pm
Thursday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
From intersection of Arlington Heights Road and Palatine Road:
- South on AH Road, turn left at first building behind Walgreens
- Office on Second Floor; East side of building (left at top of stairs; right off elevator)
Dr. Mitchell Hicks Practice Description
As you prepare to embark on this journey of psychotherapy, it is important that you have a guide who is well-versed in psychological practice yet respects you as the expert on yourself. Thank you for considering me to walk with you.
I am a warm, compassionate, and patient professional who views those who seek my services as whole people and not just diagnoses or problems. From the beginning of therapy, I endeavor to develop an authentic relationship with a safe space for the exploration of emotional wounds, fears, and disappointments as well as life's joys, pleasures, and surprises.
As clients courageously take on this work, they frequently find that their disturbing symptoms improve and relationships with family and friends become more meaningful and less encumbered by emotional baggage.
In addition to general psychotherapy, I have specialized training and experience in working with men's issues and sexual compulsivity (sometimes called "sex addiction"). I am also a member of the clinical psychology faculty at Walden University.