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for Therapists in Chicago, Illinois including Counselors & Psychologists

As you search for a certified therapist in the Chicago area, you will find hundreds of experts in various fields. TherapyTribe gives you the tools to search by specialty, approach, zip code and more, so you can narrow your search to a mental health professional that meets your specific needs. Finding an expert that is the best fit for you and your situation is the first and maybe the most important step in your therapy journey. Read tips from our community of professionals on how to get the most out of therapy.

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Rene Berlind, MA, LCPC, MBA, Therapist

I believe therapy is a collaborative process and that change occurs best when client and therapist work together to set goals and facilitate change. I am passionate about my work and consider it a privilege to be of help.

0 miles from
60601

180 N. Michigan Ave. Suite 1910 Chicago, Illinois 60601

t: (847)400-6923

w: www.reneberlindllc.com

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Mr. Edward Rhodes, MA, LCPC, Therapist

Stories have always fascinated me. They have the power to move us emotionally, to educate and instruct, to entertain, and to cultivate true compassion and empathy through the act of sharing with another. However, it can be easy to forget that we can be the authors of our story, not just an observer.

0 miles from
60601

65 E. Wacker Place Suite 2240 Chicago, Illinois 60601

t: (312) 332-6100

f: (312) 332-6101

w: Michigan Avenue Neuropsychologists

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Dr. Colleen D Cira, Psy.D., Psychologist

Therapy is based on research and science, both of which are incredibly important, but nothing is more important than feeling heard and understood without any judgment. When a strong, supportive relationship is combined with direct feedback and skill building, people change and lives improve.

0 miles from
60601

65 E. Wacker Place Suite 2240 Chicago, Illinois 60601

t: (872) 395-8091

f: 312-332-6101

w: Michigan Avenue Neuropsychologists

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Joan Ferdinand-Keleher, LCPC, Counselor/Therapist

Please see my website with a full description of my practice philosophy, education, specialties at www.joanferdinand.com

0 miles from
60601

155 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60601 Chicago, Illinois 60601

t: 847-404-8478

w: Joan Ferdinand Keleher

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Dr. James R. Iberg, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist, Psychologist

I work to create a safe space within which you can open up to the subtleties and nuances of your own feelings. You discover wisdom accumulated from life experience, and previously frustrating problems and painful situations get resolved.

0 miles from
60601

180 N. Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60601

t: 847-864-0303

w: empathywork.com

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Sarah A Suzuki, LCSW, CADC, Therapist

 

0.25 miles from
60601

25 E Washington St Suite 1406 Chicago, Illinois 60602

t: 3127158234

w: www.sarahsuzuki.com

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The Aspen Center for Counseling and Consultation

We offer a personalized approach that focuses on individualism, partnership, respect, and education, with an emphasis on the mind-body connection.

We are conveniently located at 30 N. Michigan Ave., with hours to suit busy schedules.

The Aspen Center, your path to wellness.

0.25 miles from
60601

30 N. Michigan Ave. Suite 925 Chicago, Illinois 60602

t: 312-263-9400

w: The Aspen Center

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Mr. Kevin Murphy, LCSW, CSADC, CGP, Therapist

 

0.25 miles from
60601

25 East Washington, Suite 1811 Chicago, Illinois 60602

t: 312-332-7026

f: 312-444-1048

w: kevinmurphylcsw.org

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Patricia Ann Esslinger, LCSW, QCSW, ACSW, Therapist

 

0.25 miles from
60601

25 East Washington Street Suite 1922 Chicago, Illinois 60602

w: www.patriciaesslingertherapy.com

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Jeffrey N. Blaine, LCSW, CADC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

Very few people enter psychotherapy who are not in pain or discomfort of some kind. I view my role as your therapist as assisting you to understand what you've learned during your life, what of this learning is useful and what behaviors and ways of relating you may wish to change.

0.25 miles from
60601

30 N. Michigan Avenue Suite 1027 Chicago, Illinois 60602

t: 312-201-4400

f: 312-454-7440

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No matter what type of issue you are struggling with, therapy is a positive way to open up to a certified professional who can help you discuss and solve problems in a safe and confidential setting. Several years ago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel launched Healthy Chicago, an initiative designed to improve the health of local residents. It included 12 city goals, with 193 strategies to help reach the goals. Since its launch, Healthy Chicago is proud to announce that 45% of the 193 strategies are in place, with another 47% in progress.

As Chicago takes initiative to improve the overall health of its residents, they also opened the discussion about mental health, an important aspect of overall health. The mental health reform project provides support to various sites around the city where both insured and uninsured patients can receive counseling and therapy. Some insurance plans do cover counseling, so patients can check with insurance providers to find out whether they have this benefit.

Chicago also has a large LGBT community, so it is home to therapy experts who specialize in counseling for related issues. These may include abuse, access to care, HIV, and other STI prevention, and educating healthcare providers about fair treatment. Many therapists believe strongly that regular counseling can help anyone who is trying to cope with the difficulties that life can bring.

Whether you are struggling with marital problems or relationships with family members, obsessive behaviors that prevent you from living a normal life, or being unable to form a healthy relationship with food, a licensed therapist can provide support and help that others simply can't offer in the same open, professional, and positive way. 

You may have questions about mental health resources in your community, but feel ashamed or embarrassed. Mental health is a widely accepted part of overall health, and therapists will help you discuss struggles and work out solutions on your own. The National Institute of Mental Health offers detailed information about conditions and solutions, where you can learn more about specific behaviors or disorders. There are also local and national hotline numbers that provide immediate assistance to those who feel helpless and out of control.

Some of the areas that therapy can help with include anxiety and depression, bipolar disorder, marriage and fertility problems, PTSD, abuse, grief and loss, divorce, and stress management. Some therapists will focus on one specific area, only taking clients who suffer from a certain problem, while others offer a broad range of counseling services and advice, which can help an entire family.

Taking care of your health is important. So is taking care of your emotional and mental health. If you are looking for a counselor or therapist in the Chicago area, know that you have many options. Contact your healthcare provider to see what's available to you.