Anne Malec, PsyD, LMFT

Clinical Psychologist, Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 300 W. Adams Street, Suite 514, Chicago 60606
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Malec.
Relationship Counseling Marriage/Couples Counseling
Individual CounselingExecutive Relationship Coaching
Premarital CounselingFinancial Therapy
Infidility Divorce

Dr. Malec believes that clients seeking counseling services desire tools for living a better life, and she strives to provide those tools while creating a space where clients feel supported, understood, and encouraged.

Steven Meyers, PhD, ABPP

Licensed and Board Certified Clinical Psychologist

Location: 47 W. Polk St., Suite 305, Chicago 60605
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Relationship IssuesDepression And Mood Problems
Anxiety And WorriesFamily Conflict
Attention/ADHD ProblemsStress Management

Are you looking for an encouraging therapist who focuses on solutions? Are you feeling like your problems have been getting the upper hand for too long? I'll work hard with you to help you find changes to make life better.

Joyce Marter, MA, LCPC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Location: 180 N. Michigan Ave. Ste 410, Chicago 60601
Fast Contact: Email or Call Joyce.
DepressionAnxiety
Grief/LossStress
Relationship IssuesWork/Life Balance
Career Issues

Urban Balance is a premiere counseling practice of Chicagoland that provides comprehensive counseling & therapy services for individuals, couples, families & groups dealing with issues related to mental health, addiction, relationships, career & overall wellness.

Alexandra Fox, MA, LCPC

Psychotherapist

Location: 500 N. Michigan Ave, suite 2020, Chicago 60611
Fast Contact: Email or Call Alexandra.
AnxietyDepression
Self EsteemStress
Panic DisorderLife Transitions
Relationship PatternsGrief

Alexandra B Fox is a licensed clinical therapist with experience providing therapy for students, adults, and couples utilizing a psychodynamic approach to therapy in conjunction with mindfulness techniques to provide clients with the skills to feel more present

Kevin Fleming Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

Location: Chicago 60608
Fast Contact: Email or Call Kevin.
Emotional IssuesPartner Conflict/Relational
Behavior ChangePeak Performance
AddictionLife Coaching
Weight LossExecutive Coaching

Grey Matters International, Inc and the work of Kevin J. Fleming, Ph.D.is not counseling or the professional practice of psychology. We help the brain do the changing with powerful technology that can dramatically reduce time,frustration, and money spent on your goals

Teri Murphy, MS, LCPC, CADC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Location Near Therapist: Chicago, IL
Fast Contact: Email or Call Teri.
Anxiety DisordersDepression
Couples CounselingEating Disorders
Substance Abuse/AddictionsGrief And Loss
Self Esteem IssuesLife Transitions

Are you feeling down? Confused? Anxious? Do want more meaning in life, work and/or relationships? I offer my clients solutions and provide a safe and caring environment to look at these issues. Together we will work to discover a path that provides answers and hope!

Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center

Location Near Therapist: Chicago, IL
Fast Contact: Email or Call Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center.
Substance AbuseAddiction
Eating DisordersSelf Injury
TraumaPTSD

Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center, a female only program, is respected nationwide for its treatment of eating disorders, substance abuse, and mood disorders. Treatment is holistic, individualized, and nurturing; preparing women for the next phase in life.

Jens Hussey, LCPC, CADC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor & Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor

Location: 25 East Washington St. , Suite 1719, Chicago 60602
Fast Contact: Email or Call Jens.
Executive CoachingAddiction
DepressionAnxiety
RelationshipsDivorce
Sex AddictionGrief

My work has been profiled in the Chicago Tribune and I was a former staff therapist at one of the top psychiatric hospitals in the country. I specialize in helping executives, physicians, lawyers and other professionals transform and empower their lives.

Erin Johnston, MSW, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Location: 111 N Wabash Ave., No. 1203, Chicago 60602
Fast Contact: Email or Call Erin.
AnxietyDepression
Asperger's/Autism SpectrumBorderline Personality Disorder
Life TransitionsStress Management

I value each person that I work with – it is an honor they choose to share their lives with me. Our sessions are a positive interaction, even if we are discussing difficult issues. It is my job to make you comfortable and safe - together we tackle what brings you to me.

Stephan Gombis, MSMFT, LCPC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Location: 221 e Cullerton st. Unit 101A, Chicago 60616
Fast Contact: Email or Call Stephan.
Marital ConflictEating Disorders
DepressionAnxiety
Parenting ChallengesFamily Therapy
Pre-Marital CounselingChild and Adolescent counseling

If you're facing a challenge that has your back against a wall, I'm here to help. Whether it's your marriage, work or social circle, there is a solution. Together we will: Clarify the problem, Identify your goal, Structure next steps and add feedback & accountability


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City of Chicago

Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association

The Magnificent Mile, The Loop/State Street, Gold Coast, Old Town, Lincoln Park, Bucktown, Wicker Park, Lakeview / Southport

The history of Chicago is a colorful one that includes many stories for the making of a Hollywood movie. You may be able to take a tour though the past to the time when Capone was around doing his business.  The city also survived a massive fire in the late 1800s.1 There are many places in Chicago that you can visit such as the Sears Tower or a jazz club along the Magnificent Mile.  You may find that the parks are the best parts of this old style place but consider stopping to see the great lakes as well.  You may also want to consider the theaters that are in the area and the clubs that can show you the newest up and coming stars on the stage.  The city is also known for its shopping that showcases the newest fashions and trends that are fresh from the runways.  While the prices may be out of your range, enjoy window shopping and the exciting styles you will most likely see on your favorite stars.

Mental Health in Chicago, the Windy City


The Illinois Department of Human Services’ Division of Mental Health provides a frequently updated registry of emergency mental health providers throughout the state, including nine in the Chicago municipal area.2 To learn more about these important services, please call: (312) 814-5050.

Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4) has five community mental health centers throughout the Chicago area, which help 10,000 people each year.3 C4 can be reached directly at (773) 769-0205.

In 2009, drug abuse related for 136,993 visits to the city's many ERs. This has been a significant factor in many mental health cases, and the Chicago metropolitan area offers a variety of options for individuals seeking help and therapy services from addiction. The city has pledge to further tackle this issue head on for years to come. It is the hope of all that Chicago leaders remain vigiliant in combating the severe impact both psychological and physiological this issue has on Chicago's people. The Gateway Foundation offers comprehensive treatment and counseling for drug and alcohol addiction. To learn more about the services they offer, call: (877)-505-4673

Current Education in the Windy City

The University of Illinois at Chicago is home to one of the nation’s leading center’s on mental health research and policy. The center publishes research on a variety of focuses, including youth, homelessness, and co-occuring mental disorders.4 Individuals seeking to do future work in the field of counseling and psychology can find a great place to pursue their academic career path here.



References:

1. City of Chicago. (2013). About - History. Retrieved from http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/about/history.html
2. Illinois Department of Human Services. (2013). Mental Health Services - Emergency Mental Health Service Providers. Retrieved from http://www.dhs.state.il.us/page.aspx?item=30893
3. Community Counseling Centers of Chicago. (2013). Home - About Us. Retrieved from http://www.c4chicago.org/about-us/about-c4
4. University of Illinois at Chicago. (2013). Home - Center on Mental Health Services Research and Policy. Retrieved from http://www.psych.uic.edu/mhsrp/