Anxiety 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.
25 Years Experience
You just want to feel better. Or maybe you are looking for help for someone you love. Maybe you are sick of the arguing, tired of feeling depressed & spent, wanting to get rid of anxiety, panic, worry, needing to stop a behavior that is getting in the way, like drinking, drugs. We are here to help.
33 Years Experience
Cognitive behavior therapy and exposure and preventative techniques are most useful approaches for treating anxiety while some other modalities could be integrated in some cases.
15 Years Experience
Licensed Professional Counselor, NCC LCPC CADC
Anxiety and fear are emotions that everyone feels at one time or another but when it gets out of control it can create problems and difficulty in day to day functioning. Learning skills to manage these emotions can be helpful and a start in overcoming them.
22 Years Experience
I have had success treating clients for anxiety and fears.
12 Years Experience
I am a compassionate and perceptive listener who in the course of a professional relationship strives to facilitate efficient and satisfying progress toward the personal goals of each client. I attempt to facilitate personal exploration and understanding while encouraging independence and strength.
23 Years Experience
I believe individuals have within themselves the strengths and resources necessary to overcome their obstacles and grow into maturity. It is my commitment to provide excellence in care to help individuals and families access their strengths and move forward in their individual journeys.
34 Years Experience
Counselor/Therapist, Licensed Social Worker
I utilize techniques and approaches from the framework of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral therapy to encourage clients to focus on what they can control and seek evidence against anxiety-inducing thought patterns.
4 Years Experience
Counselor/Therapist, ND LCPC CYI ABT PATP
Depression commonly manifests physically, through stomach pains, headaches, disrupted or excessive sleep, and motor control difficulty. While the causes of depression are unknown, a predisposition for it runs in families and it can be triggered by trauma and adverse life circumstances. Depression is diagnosed more frequently in women and tends to display differently in women than in men. People tend to suffer higher rates of depression after giving birth and in late fall. Depression and anxiety often exacerbate each other and people with depression commonly have difficulty concentrating on tasks and conversations. Some people abuse alcohol and drugs or overeat as a way of coping, causing them to develop other medical problems. Depressed people are also at increased risk for self-harm. Depression is a mental illness which is characterized by prolonged emotional symptoms including: Apathy Sadness Guilt Exhaustion Irritability Diagnosing depression involves a psychiatric evaluation and physical tests to determine whether a person’s symptoms are actually being caused by a different disorder. A person must have been experiencing symptoms for at least two weeks to be diagnosed with depression. Every case is unique and requires individual attention, but there are a number of effective complementary ways of treating depression, including: Talk therapy Medication Adopting a healthier lifestyle
24 Years Experience
Psychologist, L.C.P.C., Ph.D., M.A., M.P.C., M.H.S., B.G.S.
Everyone of us has fear about something and feels anxiety. You are not alone in this. There are ways of coping with our feelings. Bring your bravery and be ready to do something about the fear and anxiety.
28 Years Experience