Therapists in Crystal Lake, Illinois IL
Counselor/Therapist, MA, LCPC
Part of the healing process is being listened to and understood. I help you see more clearly what has been happening and what that may mean for you, providing a safe environment where thoughts and feelings can be explored and understood. Together, we work to help you move from wherever you're stuck.
26 Years Experience
Psychologist, 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!
27 Years Experience
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW, CADC
Online Booking Available on Our Website. We are 100% teletherapy practice. Clients can expect to receive confidential, secure and empathetic counseling from intake to appointment.
6 Years Experience
I offer a compassionate, collaborative treatment approach targeted to meet your treatment needs. I have expertise in a variety of treatment approaches, including psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral therapy, and Gottman couples therapy. In our work together, you can expect to gain insight into your thoughts and feelings and relational patterns, with the support of a caring, creative, and knowledgable therapist. Insight into past traumas, injuries, and attachment relationships, as well as current ones are explored in the confines of a caring and highly supportive therapeutic relationship. Whether it is strengthening one's self in individual treatment or one's relationship in couples' therapy, you will be provided with the space, support, and tools to embark on your personal journey towards healing and growth.
20 Years Experience
Counselor/Therapist, ND LCPC CYI ABT PATP
Dr. Mari Schnitzius-Richko is a Naturopathic Doctor who received her degree from Clayton School of Natural Healing, is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, a Certified Yoga Instructor trained at Nature Yoga in Chicago, a Nationally Certified Shiatsu Practitioner, graduate of the International Ohashi Institute in New York, trained in JinShin Do Acupressure(trauma informed bodywork), and founder of Center for Authentic Living. “My experience with complimentary medicine began in my early adulthood, through my exposure to herbal medicine. Due to childhood trauma and illnesses, I searched beyond conventional medicine for a method that would lead to the deepest, most fulfilling healing possible. After years of study, I adapted these methods from eastern and western traditions that have become central to my work with my clients. Believing that these concepts of health can benefit all people, I have dedicated my life to the practices of these philosophies.” Mari is well known in the eating disorder community for her work in enhancing recovery for those suffering from mental and physical ailments. Dr. Mari’s specialties are eating disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma, depression, stress management, chronic pain, and body illnesses due to physical and mental health issues. Mari's background includes Body Centered Psychotherapy, IFS (Internal Family Systems), CBT, Body Therapies ( Zen Shiatsu and Trauma- Informed Body Mind Acupressure), Yoga Psychology, and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Mari along with her daughter, Meghann Richko LCPC, CYT, a psychotherapist and yoga therapist, created "YogaTalk" group therapy for those in recovery and imbalances due to emotional and/or physical issues. Dr. Mari's professional engagements include lecturing on the combination of Psychotherapy and Chinese Medicine as an educational tool for recovery along with the need for yoga therapeutics as an adjunct therapy in recovery. She teaches workshops on applying these philosophies to our everyday life. She has lectured for IFS Conferences (Internal Family Systems), Richard Schwartz, Ph.D on combining IFS parts work with The Five Elements of Chinese Medicine. Her other engagements are public speaking on alternative approaches to wellness, educator on women's issues, educator for bodyworkers on chronic illness and cancer, speaker on radio talk shows on home birthing with Mayer Eisenstein, M.D., assisting pregnancies and birthing using Body Therapies. She held a position on the advisory board of directors for InNetwork, an exclusive membership group of integrative healthcare professionals whose main goal was to make complementary alternative medicine better understood and to inspire the public to use prevention medicine. “I believe as therapists that it is necessary to use compassion, cultivate mindfulness, and wisdom in our approach to empowering individuals to progress towards improved health and well- being and that it is imperative to develop some sort of spiritual practice in life to transform and fully heal. I believe a truly optimum treatment program relies on the awareness of the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects of who we are in the world, what parts of us are in alignment with our purpose and those that are not. It is my passion to integrate these components while working with my clients. This integration and personal spiritual practice includes our work in the world, our love, our families, and our understanding of mind/ body/spirit. My love of eastern philosophy, body therapies and yoga as a vehicles towards a healthy life have always been a large part of my own practice in the world and as a practitioner of psychotherapy and body therapy.” “With direction, encouragement, and support, I would be honored assist you in finding a deeper sense of "Self" and a deeper connection with your Body/Mind. My vision for you is health, happiness, and longevity, with the most fulfilling and enduring healing process possible. For you to discover that this source is already within you."
25 Years Experience
I work with people to help them be the best version of their Self. Whether we are working on anxiety, depression, relationship problems, addiction, spiritual issues, grief or trauma, etc, We usually begin with the initial phase of getting through the issue that got them through the door of my office. After that we work on the underlying issues that contributed to the struggles they are having. I focus on developing the skills of emotional management so that a person's emotions are coloring their life rather than running their life. We look at habitual patterns of interpreting their circumstances and familiar bodily states that are keeping them stuck. We concentrate on getting control of the things they can control and letting go of those they cannot control. We also address the habits of their internal critic and the ways they respond to those judgements with the goal of developing a peaceful life that is resilient to the difficulties that may come in the future.
36 Years Experience
Psychologist, L.C.P.C., Ph.D., M.A., M.P.C., M.H.S., B.G.S.
As an experienced clinician (25+ years), specializing in providing online therapy for those facing challenging situations, I work with people, like yourself, who have chosen to actively grow—and push past the anxiety that accompanies mindful growth. I am honest, direct, and solution focused. I strive to be emphatic, understanding, and an excellent communicator. My ultimate goal is to help you learn to trust yourself more fully and feel more confident about your choices. Moreover, help you to gain insight, become more centered, feel more relaxed and comfortable with who you are. I will accompany, guide, and support you along this journey.
29 Years Experience
Counselor/Therapist, Licensed Social Worker
I am a licensed social worker based in Geneva, Illinois. I enjoy working with both children and adults ages 5 and up to assist them in learning skills to manage as well as resolve the problems that they may face in their life. I received my Masters of Social Work from the University of South Dakota in Sioux Falls. I enjoy continuing my education through lectures and trainings, which allow me to continue to develop my skills as a therapist. I am passionate about individualizing each treatment plan to best suit the needs of my patients, and aim to have the therapeutic experience be a collaborative environment in which the therapist and client work as a team to resolve the issues brought to the table. In my free time, I enjoy being in nature, playing and watching sports, playing music, art and spending time with family and friends.
5 Years Experience
Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT
My name is Jake Johnson and I am the founder of Bristlecone Therapy. I've been practicing marriage and family therapy (MFT) for over 15 years. I also work as a professor of MFT at Wheaton College, where I have taught for over a decade. In more recent years I've become a certified life coach, and I am currently the president-elect of the International Family Therapy Association. On a personal note, I've been married for 15 years. I have four boys, ages 13 to 6. I love to travel, hike in the mountains and read fiction. I have done a whole bunch of my own therapy, spiritual direction, and personal and group retreats (as I deeply believe that if I am not healthy, then I certainly can't help my clients to be).
16 Years Experience
Counselor/Therapist, LCPC, CADC, BC-DMT
I have over 20 years of experience as a therapist/counselor. I enjoy using a positive psychology approach to help motivate my clients to make lasting emotional and behavioral changes. I believe that therapy should be a collaborative process - we will work on treatment goals that we define together! I encourage my clients to trust their own process, engage in self-acceptance to promote an improved sense of self-worth. I like to integrate strategies including mindfulness and cognitive/behavioral approaches to improve coping and emotional regulation skills. I believe that helping individuals develop insight into emotional and relationship patterns is a key component of therapy.
22 Years Experience