Terri Kish, MS, LCPC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
624 W. Veterans Parkway Suite D, Yorkville, IL
I can help you to identify the thoughts, feelings and actions that are getting in the way of you leading the life that you have always wanted. When you are feeling stuck, I will help you to develop new life strategies and skills, and push you towards more personal satisfaction and success in your life. As always, I will hep you to regain your self-esteem with confidential and compassionate professional counseling.
Angela Rene Brown, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Route 47 & W Fox Rd., Yorkville, IL
Learn more about yourself and how your thoughts, feelings, mood and behaviors impact your life. Psychotherapy, also known as “talk therapy” or “counseling” helps you take control of your own life and develop more constructive ways to deal with issues and challenges in your life. There are times in our lives that can be more challenging. Psychotherapy can be a very supportive tool in navigating these difficult times and in processing significant past life events .
Dianna Morton, MS, AMFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
507 Buckthorn Ct, Yorkville, IL
I will use several different assessments to determine the correct course of treatment for my clients. The client needs to allow at least two hours for the first appointment. We will discuss their pressing issues, any subsequent issues, their family culture/heritage and complete the assessment. My clients will leave with a clear direction in what they CAN accomplish while in therapy.
Tompkins and Associates, Psy.D. and Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologists
As child/adolescent/family psychologist, we take a developmental and family systems view to treatment. Not only do we assess the issue brought to treatment, we also look at what needs to be right in the patients life that is not there and we work with our patients to help make that happen. Our belief is that symptoms arise when development gets stuck and our job is to help jump start that personal development again. Whether you are a child, adolescent, a family or woman, we are all under development. Our patients leave treatment feeling stronger, empowered and in control of their families and lives again! They move forward knowing how to solve problems on their own.
Margo Milano, LCPC, NCC, CFLE, EAP-S
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Certified Family Life Educator
Psychotherapy is a broad term used to describe the type of conversation that happens in counseling or therapy. Psychotherapy can be implemented by using many different theoretical orientations, though all commonly include conversation. Cognitive-behavioral, Narrative, Acceptance-and-Commitment, and even Music or Play therapy are all different orientations implemented in psychotherapy. Ask your counselor for the type of psychotherapy you desire. Some orientations have more research supporting their effectiveness, such as Cognitive-Behavioral. Orientations such as the Gottman Method orPET-C, are designed for couples. Start now to obtain relief and increase satisfaction!
Sheldon Isenberg, LCSW, BCD
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Board Certified Diplomate
43 E. Jefferson Ave., Naperville, IL
Not every counselor has the ability, patience or interest in doing psychotherapy which I see as different from counseling as men are from women. I'm an experienced psychotherapist who has helped man clients deal with the internal and family of origin issues which lead to repetitive negative patterns of thinking, feeling and behavior. I'm not only a good listener, but engage the client in a process to feel more related with their internal lives so they can make healthier life choices. My clients have reported feeling more content and capable as a result of our work together.
Mark D. Parisi, Psy.D. and Associates, P.C.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist / Company President
Mark D. Parisi, Psy.D. & Associates, P.C. has a well-respected reputation for employing state-of-the-art psychotherapy techniques. Our counseling staff are highly trained in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Our approach is focused on, first, understanding exactly what we're treating and then working closely with you to set concrete, specific, attainable goals in psychotherapy. Give us a call for psychotherapy services that gets results.
Jane Houghtaling Walker, PhD, HSPP
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
616 W 5th Ave, Ste B, Naperville, IL
Is life sometimes way harder than you thought it would be? Here's a well-kept secret: it is for most of us! Psychotherapy (counseling) starts with developing a relationship with someone you can talk to, who gets it. After that, you need someone who can give you the tools to make a happier, healthier, more peaceful life. I approach my work with empathy, care and concern, with years of experience, expertise and excellent training at Purdue, one of the country's top graduate schools. Please don't wait to start feeling better. Contact me today. I can't wait to meet you!
Christensen and Sons, LLC, One Family Serving Others
Erik Christensen, LCSW***Lloyd Christensen, MSW, LSW
19027 Jodi Road Suite H, Mokena, IL
During your psychotherapy with us , we invite you to reach your full potential or learn to cope better with problems of life. We are confident our techniques will increase awareness and the capacity for self-observation, change behavior and cognition, and develop insight and empathy. Desired results may be to enable other choices of thought, feeling or action, and to increase your sense of well-being and to better manage subjective discomfort or distress. Therapy may address specific forms of diagnosable mental illness, or everyday problems in managing or maintaining interpersonal relationships or meeting personal goals. Treatment in families with children can favorably influence a child's development, lasting for life and into future generations. Better...(view profile to read more)
Sharyn Ingrum, Psy.D.
9550 Bormet Dr (192nd st) Suite 102, Mokena, IL
Therapy is built on the trust and openness between a client and the therapist. Clients must know that the therapist will hold their confidences in the most secure way possible. Teens must believe that they can talk about whatever their issues are without fear that their parents will find out what those issues are. I am a reality oriented therapist and tend to "tell it like it is". This approach is not for everyone but certainly gets to the heart of issues more quickly.