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  • Monica Boyd-Layne

    Monica Boyd-Layne

    License Type:
    LCPC

    Telephone Number:
    312-324-4855

    Website:
    https://www.piercecounselingservices.com

    Specialties:
    Every individual or mental health professional needs support to handle the difficulties of our fullfilling work. I specialize in working with health professionals, anyone with childhood trauma, and if you feel like an imposter. I am aware that many times trauma, addiction, anxiety, and depression are a large part of what you may be dealing with and those past hurts have to be addressed. All transitions do not have to bring discomfort, some can also provide healing. I am also available for individuals who would like to receive supervision to prepare for the licensure exam.

  • Sophia Burke

    Sophia Burke

    License Type:
    LCPC

    Telephone Number:
    312-766-0941

    Website:
    https://www.wellingtoncounselinggroup.com/therapists/sophia-burke-lcpc

    Specialties:
    As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor I work with adults, adolescents, and couples on a range of presenting issues. Some of the reasons people I’ve treated have come in relate to struggles with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and co-occurring disorders, such as substance abuse. During my career, I have developed a specialty in working with those affected by trauma and the symptoms associated with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Among other approaches used to help them, I am trained in the therapeutic use of Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), a highly researched and evidenced-based approach to the treatment of PTSD. I approach psychotherapy from a holistic and strengths-based orientation, emphasizing the importance of the therapeutic relationship. My demeanor has been described by past clients and colleagues as warm, accepting, and playful. I work hard to create a safe space wherein clients feel supported in experiencing and expressing themselves, free from the fear of judgment​. I believe that healing and change come about in many different ways and will be experienced uniquely by everyone. As a clinician, I thrive on the power of authentic and collaborative relationships and so I encourage and foster an incorporating of the spiritual, ethnic, gender, and sexual orientations of my clients into treatment.

  • Brittany Jackson

    Brittany Jackson

    License Type:
    LCPC

    Office Address:
    405 N WABASH, CHICAGO IL 60611

    Telephone Number:
    312- 934-7706

    Website:
    www.resiliencechicago.com/brittany-jackson

    Specialties:
    I help young professionals who are seeking authenticity in their relationships, identity, sexuality, and spirituality. Do you struggle with setting and maintaining healthy boundaries, making decisions, and feeling empowered in the choices you make? I help the young man or woman who feel that their life is not where they want it to be, or expected it to be, and desires direction, career satisfaction, or is struggling with racism and prejudices in the workplace. I help those who wished things were perfect, and has anxiety or struggles with depression, because things are just not that way. Therapy is a partnership, and we will use a collaborative approach, while building our relationship, navigating your journey to total health and wellness. Moving toward your definition of your best self, its important to address all wellness areas: mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and financial/occupational; seeking and defining the answers that will get you where you want to be! My job is to help you process any pain and obstacles that are in your way, while focusing on your strengths, as we work on areas to improve. Lets work together to move you into Wellness! Fees & Payment: Resilience Psychological Services is in network with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (PPO). Private Pay also accepted. I offer free 20 minute phone consultations! Email today to schedule your consultation.

  • Sharday Love, LPC

    Sharday Love, LPC

    License Type:
    LPC

    Office Address:
    8 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60603

    Telephone Number:
    847-733-4300, ext. 320

    Website:
    https://www.family-institute.org/therapy-counseling/clinical-staff/staff-practice/item/740-sharday-love-ma-lpc

    Specialties:
    I operate from an integrative and multi-culturally sensitive approach to help individuals and couples with a variety of presenting concerns including depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, life transitions, work/life balance, mindfulness, stress management, communication issues, LGBTQ issues, and codependency. I specialize in working with relationship issues, couples therapy and marital counseling, and transition to parenthood issues. In my practice, I've found that the need for attachment, connection, belonging and acceptance are often at the core of unhappiness and can lead to depression, anxiety, and self-esteem issues as well as problems within interpersonal and romantic relationships. I help clients to gain insight into attachment needs and to better communicate those needs with partners and loved ones, to heal following a break in trust, to recognize and change unhealthy patterns in relationships, and to practice self-love. As a member of the Transitions to Parenthood Team, I work with new and expecting parents as they learn to adapt to the addition of a new child as well as manage perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Insurance Accepted: Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO

  • Natalie Graves, LCSW, CADC

    Natalie Graves, LCSW, CADC

    License Type:
    LCSW

    Office Address:
    155 N. Michigan Suite 633 Chicago, IL 60601

    Telephone Number:
    7732943903

    Website:
    www.nataliegraves.com

    Specialties:
    So, what brings you’re here today? What are some goals you would like to achieve? That’s what I want to know in the first session when we meet. I am a doctor recommended, licensed clinical social worker and certified alcohol and drug counselor. I have a passion for helping people. When you meet with me, you enter a space that is non-judgmental, comfortable and safe. I pride myself in building a strong rapport with the people I work with. You can just be yourself in a relaxed setting, where you are understood. In our sessions together, we will problem solve to find solutions that work for your life. My goal is to help you be who you want to be. I attended Chicago State University where I obtained my bachelor’s degree and I have a master’s degree from the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. I completed an Addictions Studies Program at City Colleges of Chicago Kennedy-King College. I also studied abroad in London, England. I am a guest lecturer at the University of Michigan School of Social Work. My training and experience have allowed me to work with different individuals who are struggling with a range of issues and problems. I also work with athletes on performance as well as concerns that affect them on and off the field. I work with athletes on all levels from high school to retired players. I work with athletes' families and significant others. I work with all individuals as requested. You do NOT have to be an athlete to make an appointment. I am happy to work with all who have a need. I speak throughout the United States and England on topics relating to mental health and sports. I was interviewed by the magazine Social Work Today for their 2014 July/August article Youth Athletes off the Field. I have appeared on television and been a guest on several radio broadcasts. I have two published magazine articles on mindfulness and runners. In our work together, you can expect my commitment to you. I will accomplish this by listening to you and gaining an understanding from your perspective. We have treatment options of goal setting, psychoeducation, role-playing, and much more. I have two convenient office locations one in Orland Park, IL and downtown Chicago. I am offering Therapy for Black Girls users a free consultation call. Call today!

  • Dr. Heather C. Lofton

    Dr. Heather C. Lofton

    Office Address:
    8 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago IL 60603

    Telephone Number:
    312/609-5300 Ext. 107

    Website:
    https://www.family-institute.org/therapists-locations/staff/heather-lofton

    Specialties:
    Dr. Lofton is an integrative therapist practicing at Northwestern University's The Family Institute private practice. She is well-versed in addressing mental health concerns among individual adults and couples from diverse racial ethnic backgrounds, socioeconomic statuses, religious beliefs and sexual orientations. Her specialty areas of treatment are women's health issues and professional women with depression, anxiety and work life balance concerns. Dr. Lofton's primary area of research and treatment more specifically focuses on high-achieving minority female professionals who are presented with mental health constraints. Her more common areas of treatment for couples specifically include communication issues, conflict, trust building, premarital work, infidelity and divorce. Dr. Lofton is dedicated to providing cultural competent and systemic care. Insurance accepted- BCBS PPO, Self Pay, out of network reimbursement.

  • Michael Wiley Jr.

    Michael Wiley Jr.

    License Type:
    Licensed Professional Counselor

    Office Address:
    8 South Michigan Avenue, Suite 2100

    Telephone Number:
    3123441081

    Website:
    https://www.sankofapsychology.com/

    Specialties:
    Michael Wiley holds a dual M.A. in Clinical Counseling and Sport Psychology from Adler University in Chicago, IL. Mike believes healthy thought patterns and a positive mindset can be created and are at the root of our overall life satisfaction. He specializes in helping men, women, and boys develop emotional intelligence and challenge their life themes, more specifically addressing mental health areas such as anxiety, stress, trauma, relationships, and life transition. Mike also actively works with couples managing relationship issues as well as families with children and behavioral and/or adjustment challenges from divorce and relocation. Additionally, Mike also has a niche specialty in Sport Psychology and Mental Performance Coaching working with all types and levels of athletes, performers, and career professionals assisting with issues such sport and work-related performance anxiety, stress management, focus, motivation, goal-setting, career issues, and more. He is a great resource for career professionals in high stress jobs struggling to establish work/life balance while managing the challenges of their lifestyle as well as parents with young athletes, performers, and students struggling with school, social life, and extracurricular obligations. Mike believes through understanding and practice we can all become the best versions of ourselves and is eager to work with those in pursuit of this reality. If you are experiencing any overwhelming life circumstances, Mike invites you to reach out to him. He firmly believes through intentional effort your life quality can improve dramatically. Often simply taking the first step of reaching out for additional guidance and support is the first step in the process.

  • Danielle Burks

    Danielle Burks

    License Type:
    LCPC

    Telephone Number:
    (773) 413-0105

    Website:
    https://urbanwellnesscounseling.com/danielle-burks/

    Specialties:
    I specialize in working with adolescents and adults who experiences anxiety, depression, and trauma. I will bring my knowledge, interventions, and trainings, but you are the expert of your life. I strive to work with you to identify unhelpful thoughts, empower you to make value-based decisions, and learn new behaviors that best meets your needs.

  • Neha Patel

    Neha Patel

    License Type:
    Licensed Clinical Psychologist

    Telephone Number:
    312-545-6435

    Website:
    nehapatel.com

    Specialties:
    Life can be hard, but everything is easier with the right support. Maybe you’re dissatisfied with a relationship. Maybe you’re unhappy at work. Maybe you’re uncomfortable in your own skin. Having someone to talk to can make all the difference. People are extremely resilient, and I believe we all have the capacity for growth and positive change at any point in our lives. By tapping into your unique strengths, we can work together and create your best life—one that’s filled with peace, meaning and happiness. In 2005, I launched my private practice where I offer psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. I help adults struggling with depression, anxiety, anger, trauma, abuse, relationships, loss, stress, low self-esteem, life transitions, inhibitions and illness. I have a special interest in working with diverse populations in a culturally sensitive manner. I enjoy giving people hope and helping them find their joy.

  • Kamiele Maynie

    Kamiele Maynie

    License Type:
    LSW

    Telephone Number:
    773-377-5577

    Website:
    www.ashecc.com

    Specialties:
    Coping Skills, relationship stress/issues, anxiety, depression, stress, and life transitions, along with a sex positive approach and attitude, fully supporting individuals and couples coping with alternative and non-traditional sexual lifestyles, polyamorous relationships, open relationships, sexual dysfunctions, and sexual traumas.

  • Chantelle L Bittings

    Chantelle L Bittings

    License Type:
    LCPC

    Office Address:
    3833 W. 95th Street, Suite 6, Evergreen Park. IL 60805

    Telephone Number:
    7082971037

    Website:
    www.cbittingstherapy.com

  • Illana Jordan

    Illana Jordan

    License Type:
    Clinical Social Work

    Office Address:
    1208 W Thorndale Ave

    Telephone Number:
    7739308681

    Website:
    www.inclusivity-counseling.com

    Specialties:
    I work with people of color, those who identify as LGBTQ-GNC and individuals who struggle with a history of interpersonal trauma related to the intersections of race/ethnicity, class, sexuality, sexual orientation, gender identity and self expression. An advocate/activist at heart, I believe that human variety should be honored both individually and societally. I believes that interpersonal and political/cultural validation and inclusion are necessary to ensure a healthy, stable society.

  • Lauren McBride, MA, LCPC

    Lauren McBride, MA, LCPC

    License Type:
    Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

    Telephone Number:
    3127259980

    Website:
    https://healedandwholecounseling.com

    Specialties:
    Hi! My name is Lauren McBride and I am the owner of HeaIed and Whole Counseling Services LLC. If you are struggling with daily life because of recent events or having negative thought patterns that are impacting your relationships with your partner, family or friends, I am here to help. I will utilize different coping skills as well as provide psycho-education and homework so you can continue to implement the skills that we practice in therapy after our relationship ends to assist you maintain a healthy and productive lifestyle. Healed and whole is the goal! I specialize in serving the black community to assist those with past trauma to find healing as well as millennial's to address depression, anxiety and "adulting" in general. Other specialties: life transitions, post-traumatic stress disorders, career issues, relational issues, and stress management.

  • Rachael Stewart, MSW/LCSW

    Rachael Stewart, MSW/LCSW

    License Type:
    Licensed Clinical Social Worker

    Telephone Number:
    773-242-9726

    Website:
    www.foundationscounselingllc.org

    Specialties:
    Anxiety, Adjustment to Life Changing Events and Adjustment Disorders, Adjustment to Aging, Bipolar Disorder, Chronic Pain or Illness, Couples Counseling, Depression, Divorce and Divorce Adjustment, Family Conflict, Mood Disorder, Stress Related Disorders and Trauma.

  • Linda Brown-Jackson

    Linda Brown-Jackson

    License Type:
    LCPC

  • Samantha Allen, MSW, LCSW

    Samantha Allen, MSW, LCSW

    License Type:
    LCSW

    Office Address:
    9730 S. Western Ave. Ste. 215 Evergreen Park, IL. 60805

    Telephone Number:
    773-242-9726

    Website:
    foundationscounselingllc.org

    Specialties:
    Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Couples and Marital Counseling and Family Counseling.

  • Natalie Pamphile

    Natalie Pamphile

    License Type:
    Psy. D

    Office Address:
    70 S. River Street, Aurora Illinois 60506

    Telephone Number:
    630-844-2662

    Website:
    https://aurorafcs.org/

    Specialties:
    I specialize in relationship issues, women's identity development, Christian spirituality issues and adolescent anxiety& depression.

  • Shon Howell

    Shon Howell

    License Type:
    LCPC, NCC

    Office Address:
    4137 S Sauk Trail Suite 124, Richton Park, IL 60714

    Telephone Number:
    708-980-0552

    Website:
    bluecompasscounseling.com

    Specialties:
    You are no stranger to adversity but you’ve hit the point where you just can’t take it anymore. You’re thinking—it is because you're a woman—people are just disregarding your feelings. It has all added up to you no longer feeling safe, secure, or happy anywhere you go. Your childhood may have not been perfect, but you made it through even though it felt like a fight for your life. Now that you are grown with a family of your own, you’ve become tired and weary because you’ve found yourself in a life where you’re not free to be yourself. Each day repeats itself as you wake up with feelings of being trapped, on edge, and hopeless. Sound familiar? Anxiety, worry, stress, and depression can manifest in ways that create barriers in our relationships. Unresolved trauma and grief are just a couple of ways these symptoms show up in our lives. I help women and their families disentangle themselves from their experiences by clearing the way from them to bear witness their own capabilities while building resiliency. We will work together to come up with tools inside and outside of the office to help you towards recovery and wellness. My intention is to help guide you to an identifiable space where you are comfortable living in your own truth. If you’re looking for a relatable clinician I encourage you to schedule an appointment to begin your healing process. I offer in office and remote therapy sessions. I’m professional, knowledgeable and take get pride in upholding the ethical standards set forth by the regulating board of NBCC of the state of Illinois.

  • Fiona Arthurs

    Fiona Arthurs

    License Type:
    ALMFT (Associate Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist)

    Office Address:
    610 E. North Ave., Carol Stream, IL 60188

    Telephone Number:
    630-282-8578 Ext. 701

    Website:
    thecarltoncenter.org

    Specialties:
    Family, couple, individual, child and adolescent counseling with faith integration. Depression, anxiety, self-esteem, finding your voice in relationships, improving generational relational patterns, marriage conflict and parent-child conflict are just a few of the areas that I specialize in.

  • Kemi Adepoju

    Kemi Adepoju

    License Type:
    LPC, LCDC

    Telephone Number:
    469-431-2278

    Specialties:
    I value every client as an individual, knowing that they each have their own unique struggles and experiences. I am passionate about my profession and care about my client’s recovery. My objective includes providing support and help to individuals and groups, in order to help facilitate change in a positive way, also identifying and understanding the challenges of others and assisting in the discovery of an alternative solution. I enjoy working with clients to set goals specific to their individual needs. When working with a client, I like to create a safe therapeutic environment, respect my clients experience and help them feel truly valued. I have come to observe that people do change within the context of how people relate to them. I also assist clients in exploring some cognitive restructuring around thoughts, to form more realistic thoughts and beliefs given the situation. I offer EMDR therapy, which has been proven to be effective for trauma and other issues. I have experience working with children, adults and adolescents who struggle with anxiety, depression, addiction, abuse, trauma, domestic violence issues, adjustment to life changes, grief, family conflict and more. I work with diverse client populations, working together to confront their thoughts and belief patterns and examine how these affect their other emotional problems.