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76 therapists in Illinois matching your needs

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Nupur Sharma

Nupur Sharma, LCPC - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCPC
12 years of experience
Virtual
Hello everyone, Let me take a few moments to introduce myself. My name is Nupur Sharma. I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Illinois. My background includes completing my Bachelor of Science (B.S) Degree from Loyola University Chicago in 2008, and I finished my Masters of Arts (M.A) Degree in Clinical Psychology (Counseling Specialization) in 2011 from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I bring over 15 years of experience working as a mental health professional in different settings and with different populations. I have worked with adolescents, adults, and geriatric population over the years across a variety of treatment settings including inpatient mental health unit, addiction center, nursing facilities, memory care, inpatient behavioral hospital, community mental health center, managed care organization and working with insurance.

Next available: Jul 14

Priscilla Anzaldua

(She/her )

Priscilla Anzaldua , LCSW - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCSW
13 years of experience
Virtual
I am a bilingual and bi-cultural therapist who values the strength of a trusting and supportive therapeutic relationship. You might feel overwhelmed with finding a therapist if you are already feeling stuck. It can be hard to find someone to disclose your feelings to a "new person" during your time of vulnerability. My warm, empathetic, and non-directive approach has helped those new to therapy feel comfortable disclosing their most difficult emotions and experiences. My approach is collaborative, where I can guide you to find the right tools to feel in control of your life again.

Next available: Jul 15

Rene Stockton

(he/him)

Rene Stockton, LCSW - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCSW
34 years of experience
Intelligent
Direct
Empowering
Virtual
My name is Rene Stockton (pronounced Reni). I am a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) in the state of Illinois. I serve my community as a counselor, therapist and change agent. I have had the privilege to work with individuals and families from primarily underserved populations and communities over the course of a 30 year social work practice in two great American cities. I have encountered child, adolescent and adult challenges ranging from trauma to writer’s block and wellness. I will partner with you to create the soft and more concrete changes you are looking to achieve in your life. My style is open, supportive and person centered, we will choose the approach for your situation using a variety of theories and concepts including art, movement, and EMDR.

Next available: Jul 15

Mariah Riley

(she/her)

Mariah Riley, LCSW - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCSW
7 years of experience
Warm
Authentic
Empowering
Virtual
With my background in social work, I strive to see each person I work with as a unique individual and create an accepting space. You are the author of your own life and I hope to empower you to honor your needs. I graduated from Loyola University Chicago with my Master in Social Work, where I specialized in treating addiction. I have worked extensively with people who have experienced trauma and with adults who are undergoing difficult life transitions.

Next available: Aug 2

Samantha Sota

(she/her)

Samantha Sota, LCPC - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCPC
20 years of experience
Virtual
I have worked in community mental health for 20 + years all over Chicago, mainly on the South and West Side where I am from. I know the most important gift you can give someone is listening to them, which is where I always start, and then go from there based on what you need. I provide people with whatever skills and strategies they need to help them get the most out of counseling.

Next available: Jul 17

Dee Ventucci

Dee Ventucci, LCSW - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCSW
7 years of experience
Virtual
Greetings! I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker serving clients in Illinois. With a Master's from The Jane Addams College of Social Work at the University of Illinois at Chicago, I bring 9 years of social work experience, including 7 years in private practice. My therapeutic approach focuses on addressing the root causes of symptoms, empowering clients to live fulfilling lives free from mental health concerns. I'm dedicated to achieving lasting healing for many common disorders.

Next available: Jul 25

Nancy Anderson

(she/her)

Nancy Anderson, LCPC - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCPC
12 years of experience
Warm
Open-minded
Virtual
Are you ready to live better? Do you currently feel stuck in the past? Do you desire to be fully in the present to do well today and in the future? Let’s work together to reach your personal goals to be the best that you can be. Life is a journey and each day is a new opportunity. The past does not define the future. I focus on CBT therapy, Cognitive behavioral therapy. Let’s collaborate together to help you reach your personal goals. Let us work together to find the tools and strategies that works for you. I offer a nonjudgmental space for you to process your issues and concerns. Let’s work together to manage your personal challenges.

Next available: Jul 16

Sheila Harris-Fitzpatrick

Sheila Harris-Fitzpatrick, LCPC - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCPC
1 year of experience
Virtual
Hi, I’m Sheila Harris-Fitzpatrick. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LCPC), National Certified Distance Counselor (DCC) and Bereavement Professional, trained as a Grief Recovery Specialist at the Grief Recovery Institute in California. I have a Master’s degree from National-Louis University in Psychology and Community Counseling and have a Ph.D. in Christian Counseling from the Colorado Theological Seminary. I am a relationship expert with a focus on communication, boundaries, and conflict resolution in improving relationship interactions. My first question is, how authentic are you willing to be in your relationships? ​ I’ve counseled marriage couples, couples before marriage, families dealing with death, and individuals with anger management issues. I have experience with adults and children dealing with mental health disorders, substance abuse, parenting issues.

Next available: Jul 15

Tarica Riley - Christian Counselor

Tarica Riley - Christian Counselor, LCSW - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCSW
12 years of experience
Virtual
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Board Certified Professional Christian Counselor. I received my Masters degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and additional training for my Christian Counseling certification from Light University. I combine my mental health training, to help you understand your symptoms, with God's Word, to help you receive hope and healing from the Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace (Isaiah 9:6).

Next available: Jul 16

Dr. Susan Cain

(she/her)

Dr. Susan Cain, LCSW - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCSW
23 years of experience
Solution oriented
Intelligent
Empowering
Virtual
Contacting a therapist can be intimidating, but I hope you will take a moment (and maybe a deep breath) to see how I can help. Therapy with me is probably not what you expect. My sessions are highly interactive, and I offer insights, ask questions to understand you better, and challenge you to look within. I focus on your unique strengths to help you grow. If you're stuck in an unhealthy pattern, I’ll point it out and help you find new ways to move forward. In every session and in between sessions, I give you useful tools starting from our first meeting. I am dedicated to helping you become free from emotional pain, deal with life on life’s terms, and find meaning in all areas of life. I accept insurance and offer (sliding scale) self-pay clients day, evening and weekend telehealth appointments. My practice is a safe haven for adults of all ages, whether you're seeking personal growth and change or navigating workplace challenges and anxieties. As a corporate coach, I bring years of experience and insight. I offer day, evening and weekend appointments, and strongly endorse free consultations to see if we are a good fit. I believe that life experiences inform and teach us. I have a rich history as a corporate coach, therapist, friend, marital partner, adoptive parent, single parent, runner, volunteer and writer. I am laser-focused on helping you learn new coping skills, and my extensive experience and library of tools and worksheets offer immediate support, and drive your progress. If you're craving a solution-focused approach that leads to rapid transformation and a return to a satisfying life, I can't wait to join forces with you to start this exciting adventure.

Next available: Jul 14

Monica Koziol

Monica Koziol, PhD - Illinois Psychologist at Grow Therapy
PhD
17 years of experience
Virtual
Hi! I'm a clinical psychotherapist based in Illinois. I received my Masters from DePaul University and have been practicing for several years. My doctoral studies were in organizational psychology. I help clients struggling with anxiety and depression become the best versions of themselves. I use the Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) Method and Gottman's Method. Gottman's Method identifies and addresses the states of mind and behaviors shown to underlie intimacy and helps partners maintain a positive relationship.

Next available: Jul 15

Stefanie Segovia

(she/her)

Stefanie Segovia, LCSW - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCSW
10 years of experience
Solution oriented
Empowering
Authentic
Virtual
Hello, my name is Stefanie and I am a LCSW therapist dedicated to providing high-quality therapy services that prioritize your well-being and growth. My mission is to help you live your best life by embodying the values of service, competency, and kindness in my work. I understand that every individual has unique needs and goals, and I am committed to working collaboratively with you to achieve your desired outcomes. With a focus on integrity and respect, I strive to create a safe and supportive environment where you can feel heard, validated, and empowered. To help you on your journey, I utilize a variety of therapeutic approaches, including CBT and DBT as a groundwork for the therapeutic process. I also incorporate Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused Therapy, and various non-traditional therapies, such as play therapy, to cater to your unique needs. I believe that everyone should have access to the knowledge and tools of various therapeutic modalities to get the help and support they need towards their healing. My core values of kindness, respect, and competency are the strengths that guide me in helping you achieve your goals. I recognize that the path towards stability and success is not necessarily linear, and setbacks, challenges, and barriers can arise. I am here to meet you where you're at and guide you towards your desired goal. With a focus on your story of resilience, we will work through any obstacles to help you get unstuck. Thank you for considering me as your therapist. I look forward to working with you on your journey towards healing and growth.

Next available: Jul 14

Gabby Wnek

(she/her)

Gabby Wnek , LCSW - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCSW
8 years of experience
Virtual
Hello my name is Gabby Wnek and I am a licensed clinical social worker based in Illinois. I have been practicing for 8 years. I help adults with anxiety, depressing, stress, and burnout. I help clients identify where they are feeling stuck, educate clients on the nervous system, and provide tools and techniques to regulate the nervous system. My approach with client is very practical so that clients can have a toolbox of skills that they can use for the rest of their lives.

Next available: Jul 15

Lisa Feldmann/Koegler

(she/her)

Lisa Feldmann/Koegler, LCPC - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCPC
22 years of experience
Solution oriented
Direct
Warm
Virtual
Hello! So glad you are here! Do you get into relationships hoping that this time things will be different? Do you feel overwhelmed and have a hard time exploring and working towards your goals or just life fulfillment? Would you like a more kind and loving relationship with yourself? I love helping people who are ready to identify patterns that hold them back from happiness and fulfillment in both relationship and other areas of life. My name is Lisa and I provide therapy for both addictions and mental health issues. While I have treated those with active addiction for many years, I also treat the patterns stemming from addictions and family dysfunction. This can impact relationships as well as how we see ourselves throughout life. I have a Masters of Education degree in Counselor Education from Southern Illinois University specializing in Substance Abuse. From substance abuse counseling, I have expanded my areas of specialties to include family and relationship dynamics and how to heal survival skills" that have evolved into self defeating life patterns.

Next available: Jul 15

Dr. Andrew Kutemeier

(he/him)

Dr. Andrew Kutemeier, LCSW - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCSW
16 years of experience
Virtual
I'm a clinical social worker with experience treating children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples. I graduated with my masters degree in social work (MSW) in 2008, earned by clinical licensure (LCSW) in 2010, and doctorate in clinical social work (DSW) in 2016. I believe that every client deserves a treatment modality created to meet their own particular needs and symptoms, and my role, as a competent practitioner, is to craft that treatment approach that maximizes the client's strengths, reduces/alleviates their current symptoms, and offers new patterns of engaging with their life and the world around them that prevent relapse into old and destructive patterns of behavior.

Next available: Jul 15

Dr. Karnesha Smith

(she/her)

Dr. Karnesha Smith, LCSW - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCSW
13 years of experience
Direct
Authentic
Virtual
I am Dr. Karnesha L. Smith a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) who attained a Master of Social Work degree, with a concentration in mental health, from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2012. In 2020, I earned my Doctorate in Social Work from Capella University. I have been a practicing clinician for over ten years and believe in building rapport with clients and meeting them where they are. “Come as you are, I will meet you there, and we will figure it out together” is something I often tell my clients, especially those nervous about the therapeutic process. I intentionally create a safe space to ensure my clients are at ease and comfortable in vulnerable moments. I am trained in a myriad of treatment modalities, I am a subject matter expert in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy.

Next available: Jul 20

Hiram Kirkendall

Hiram Kirkendall , LCPC - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCPC
12 years of experience
Virtual
Client's who are stuck or at risk and need to make positive changes in their life are the clients that I help the most. Clients will learn skills to make positive changes. Clients who are stuck will learn to remove the anchors from their live. Clients will learn to be forward thinking instead of living in the past. I have a master degree from Chicago state. I have practiced as mental health counselor since 2012.

Next available: Jul 16

Amanda Strobel

Amanda Strobel, LCPC - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCPC
22 years of experience
Virtual
Hello Potential Client! Welcome to my Practice. My name is Amanda Strobel and I am a licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC). I have had an opportunity to practice behavioral health therapy in many settings over the last 25+ years. My overall goal is to support my clients through their therapeutic journey including supporting them through life transitions, stressful or overwhelming situations, grief or loss issues or executive counseling for career advancement. You will find that I have worked in a variety of therapy settings including: private practice both in person and virtual, inpatient/outpatient, corporate settings, residential, therapeutic day schools, mentally ill substance abuse and oncology wellness centers. In those setting I provided therapy on a variety of mental health issues. I spent the first 15 years of my career working with children, adolescents and young adults working through: physical/sexual and neglect issues, anxiety/panic/OCD, depression, bi-polar disorder, suicidal ideation and actions, family conflicts, boundary setting and substance abuse issues. I have also worked with the overall family unit to address family conflict, parenting issues and relationship building. In more recent years my focus has been on grief/loss issues, coping skills, self care, executive consulting and counseling, life transitional issues and working through major life changes and choices. I would love to support you as you take your first steps towards achieving your goals-please reach out and schedule an appointment.

Next available: Jul 15

Ebony Jiminez Lee

(she/her)

Ebony Jiminez Lee, LCPC - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCPC
20 years of experience
Virtual
Hello, I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) with more than 15 years of experience working as an LCPC in private practice and as a staff psychotherapist in college counseling. I use an integrative approach within a relational and cultural framework with strength based, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioral theories. I enjoys working with people from diverse backgrounds with cultural humility. I have experience in, supervision/training, consultation, outreach, individual, group psychotherapy, and couples counseling. My areas of interest include life transition, family of origin issues, anxiety, grief, loss, racial stressors, relationship issues intersectionality, and multicultural perspectives. I believe in having a safe, empathetic, supportive space to explore challenges, gain insight, improve self-awareness, self-acceptance, coping, communication and break unhealthy, non-productive patterns, to have more enriched, empowered, productive life experiences and relationships.

Next available: Jul 15

Lisa

Lisa, LCPC - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCPC
19 years of experience
Warm
Empowering
Open-minded
Virtual
I am dedicated to helping women, teen girls, and children build self-worth, motivation, self-confidence, and a healthy body image. I also focus on guiding people through stressful life transitions, grief, career discernment, academic/work pressures, cultural assimilation, and living with developmental/intellectual disabilities and/or chronic physical conditions. My education was obtained at Loyola University Chicago and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Please reach out to begin your journey toward optimizing your health and well-being!

Next available: Jul 15

Steve Welton

(he/him)

Steve Welton, LCPC - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCPC
25 years of experience
Virtual
I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and have been working in the human services field for over 3 decades. Working with adults, I bring a range of life experiences, humanity, and mental health clinical experience to our work together. I work with you as a whole person to help gain context for your life experiences as we find a path toward healing and learn how to prepare for whatever comes next. My practice starts with kindness, with a willingness to challenge you to meet your goals.

Next available: Jul 15

Elise Stewart

Elise Stewart, LCPC - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCPC
4 years of experience
Virtual
I am here to provide a safe space for self-exploration and empathy. I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) with a Provisional Art Therapy credential (ATR-P). I am based in Illinois and make appointments virtually. I am available for talk therapy, art therapy, or even a mixture of both. I have a background of working with people who have had anything from substance use issues to anxiety (social and generalized), life transitions, grief, phase of life issues, self-esteem issues, substance use issues, and who struggle with communication in relationships.

Next available: Jul 15

Aldo P. Hernandez

(he/him)

Aldo P. Hernandez, LCSW - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCSW
24 years of experience
Virtual
Issues got you down? I can help. Hi, I'm Aldo P. Hernandez, LCSW, a psychotherapist with over 28 years of experience. I specialize in helping individuals manage anxiety, relationships and grief which improved their overall well-being, using a powerful tool called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT is a collaborative approach where we work together to identify unhelpful thought patterns that fuel anxiety and other unwanted behaviors. By learning to challenge these distortions and develop healthier coping skills, you'll gain the tools you need to feel better and live a more fulfilling life. If you're ready to take control of your anxiety, let's chat! I can tailor a treatment plan to your unique needs and see if CBT is the right fit for you.

Next available: Jul 15

Martha Tierney

(she/her)

Martha Tierney, LCSW - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCSW
14 years of experience
Virtual
Hello, I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Chicago, Illinois. I earned my MSW in 2005 from the University of Minnesota. I have supported many clients experiencing life transitions such as career and relationship changes. Additionally, I have many years of experience supporting people around aging, Alzheimer's disease, caregiving and grief. I am drawn to this work because I believe everyone deserves to feel understood and supported as they face the ups and downs of life.

Next available: Jul 15

Paula Voigt

Paula Voigt, LCPC - Illinois Therapist at Grow Therapy
LCPC
7 years of experience
Virtual
The desire to be a parent runs deep through your soul, and is unlike any other feeling. As a compassionate and empathetic therapist, I understand the complex emotional and psychological impact that infertility and miscarriage can have. For women or men starting their journey to conception or who are having difficulty conceiving, I can: • Support you in maintaining hope, peace and positivity while navigating uncertainty and help you build resiliency as you work through obstacles. • Help you to recognize and access your deeper intuition, so you are better equipped to honor your body, spirit and mind with the highest intention throughout your journey. • Work with you on increasing clarity and purpose around your fertility journey, checking in with your emotional, psychological and spiritual alignment as you move forward on your unique path. • Utilize a holistic approach to address integrative lifestyle strategies that may be beneficial to your fertility path, including nutrition, meditation and sleep quality. • Assist you in addressing relationship difficulties that can arise out of the stress of fertility challenges, and help you develop strategies to increase intimacy with your partner and foster healthy communication. For women and men considering or undergoing assisted reproductive treatments: • Modern medical technologies can sometimes cause us to feel disconnected from the natural processes of conception and pregnancy. We can work together to source your inner compass to establish personal guidelines and boundaries around assisted reproduction treatments so that you can approach these decisions and situations from a place of empowerment and sovereignty. • I can help you learn effective coping strategies for stress, depression and anxiety that may arise from diagnosis and treatment. • We can work together on developing a toolbox for knowing how to respond to inquiries and comments from family and friends and navigating workplace considerations. • In between treatments, we can focus on building resiliency while preparing emotionally and psychologically for your next round of treatment. For women and men who have experienced reproductive loss: • The devastating and seemingly invisible pain of losing a pregnancy is unique in that it involves not only the loss of your baby, but also involves the loss of the future - and there is no accepted way to mark that loss. Sometimes it seems that friends and family members expect the person to move on quickly. Partners often grieve differently - and for men, the trauma of miscarriage is often overlooked. Also, some women may suffer guilt or shame associated with the loss that doesn't tend to occur with other types of grieving. • There is no universal template for grief. Together, we will address your unique needs as you work through your grieving process.

Next available: Jul 20

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