Emotional Abuse Therapy therapists in Crystal Lake, Illinois IL

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Crystal Lake, Illinois therapist: Mr. Edward Groenendal, counselor/therapist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Mr. Edward Groenendal

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
In-Person in Crystal Lake, IL 60014
Rockford, Illinois therapist: Dr. Evelyn Comber, psychologist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Dr. Evelyn Comber

Psychologist, L.C.P.C., Ph.D., M.A., M.P.C., M.H.S., B.G.S.
Emotional abuse therapy helps you deal with hurt, pain, shame, and old messages. Ready to face them and move on? Call me to start deprogramming the old tapes.  
28 Years Experience
In-Person Near Crystal Lake, IL
Online in Illinois
Evanston, Illinois therapist: Sarah Safron-Chiu, counselor/therapist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Sarah Safron-Chiu

Counselor/Therapist, LCPC
In addressing emotional abuse, we will explore attachment patterns and abusive behaviors that oftentimes lead to a repetition compulsion later in life. Current relational patterns including co-dependency, difficulties setting boundaries, and ties to individuals who continue the pattern of emotional injury will be explored, while healthier relationship dynamics and internal healing takes place.  
19 Years Experience
In-Person Near Crystal Lake, IL
Online in Illinois
Oak Brook, Illinois therapist: William Piekarz, licensed clinical social worker
Emotional Abuse Therapy

William Piekarz

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
21 Years Experience
In-Person Near Crystal Lake, IL
Online in Illinois
Cincinnati, Ohio therapist: Ben Dickstein, psychologist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Ben Dickstein

Psychologist, PhD
Many of the trauma-survivors I work with tell me that the most damaging aspect of their traumas were the many negative messages that they received about themselves from abusers. Emotional abuse often leaves deeply rooted self-doubt and self-loathing in its wake. I use some of the best evidence-based trauma practices available to help survivors of emotional abuse identify and challenge these negative messages, in turn increasing self-confidence and optimism.  
10 Years Experience
Online in Illinois