Top addiction therapists in 60089: Buffalo Grove, IL.

Real help for hurts and habits in 60089, 60089: Buffalo Grove, IL. Internet, substance abuse, gambling, co-dependency, sex and pornography addictions.


Addiction Counselor

William Edleman, LCSW, MSW

LCSW

270 Center Drive, Suite# 200, Vernon Hills, Illinois

People find themselves at the center of a struggle. Mr. Edleman gives you the attention you need to help you through a difficult time and start you on your journey of sober living. He offers support, training, and education in a comfortable atmosphere. He offers a highly personalized approach tailored to each of his client's individual needs to help attain the tools necessary to reach their specific goal.

Addiction Counselor

Cathy Chec, AMFT, MSMFT

Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

770 Lake Cook Road, Suite 220, Deerfield, Illinois

My current caseload is heavily focused on alcohol addiction, sex addiction, and partners of said addicts. If you or someone close to you is suffering with addiction and you need support in dealing with it individual therapy can be extremely beneficial in learning coping techniques, reducing anxiety, letting go of control if you're a partner, and helping with accountability if you're suffering from addiction.

Addiction Counselor

Catherine Papagiorgio, NCC, LCPC, CADC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor ,

1508 N Arlington Heights, Arlington Heights, Illinois

Have you tried to cut down or stop drinking or using other substances and it has not worked. Many of you may have tried because others have pushed you to but are you now ready because YOU WANT TO!!! You can. With the right support, motivation and tools you can move through this next phase of your life ....by living a HEALTHY LIFESTYLE .

Addiction Counselor

Paula Mathiasen, LCPC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

120 W Eastman St Suite 305, Arlington Heights, Illinois

I work with what is called process addictions including food, gambling, work, sexual, and relationship addictions. My hope is to help the person become healthy and understand the need that is leading to the addiction and constructive ways to meet those needs. Often it is about balance and learning limits and coping with those limits. The goal is to help the client move from addiction to freedom from addiction.

Addiction Counselor

Mark D. Parisi, Psy.D. and Associates, P.C.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist / Company President

800 E. Northwest Highway, Suite 106, Mount Prospect, Illinois

Our team of professionals includes several clinicians with addiction treatment specialties. We understanding that the treatment of addiction involves understanding and treating the underlying problems of addition. We employ a holistic approach to addiction treatment involving counseling, medication management, and referral to outside support groups.

Addiction Counselor

Pamela Meyerson, LCSW

Pam Meyerson

1590 S. Milwaukee Avenue, Suite 208, Libertyville, Illinois

In my general practice, I employ many of the same approaches and strategies as the famed "12-Step" program. I have worked with drug and alcohol addicts who are able to function at school and work. I do not work with serious drug or alcohol addictions as I am not so qualified. However, I work with families of functional and non-functional addicts.

Addiction Counselor

Deb Norton, MS LCPC NCC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

1580 S Milwaukee Avenue Suite #407, LIBERTYVILLE, Illinois

Substance Addiction creates a lot of drama for people. And it comes with a good amount of denial. So it's critical that I meet my clients where they are. Teens and adults often process this territory differently so it's important that I've worked with both and understand their particular needs. Soon, we identify the consequences clients have suffered as a result of their drinking/drug use. And we talk about how their belief system changes their ability to see the truth about drugs and alcohol. Using psycho-educational strategies, I help clients make choices and begin to heal their addiction.

Addiction Counselor

Callan Olive, LAMFT

Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

200 W. Higgins Rd., Ste #231, Schaumburg, Illinois

Addiction is painful. It's painful for the person going through it and it's painful for the people who are trying to help. Because addiction is so intense, it effects every single aspect of your life. Not all therapists have training in addiction and many are unsure of how to treat it. It's important that you go to a therapist who has adequate training and knows how to help. I have received numerous hours of training learning how to treat addiction both in a individual and family context. I use Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) as well as Addiction-Focused therapies like the 12-Step Program. Take the first step to breaking this cycle and set up an appointment today.

Addiction Counselor

Clint Zavakos, M.A.

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

1305 Wiley Road , Schaumburg, Illinois

Addiction is a complex disorder that can strain both individuals and their families. Clint has been working with individuals with addiction for five years, including one on one therapy and working in an Intensive Outpatient Treatment center. Clint believes working with the client as a partner to support them with creating and obtaining their goals , whether it is abstinence or reduction. Clint supports the client with identifying what they want to change and putting that plan in action, identifying triggers for use and ways to maintain the hard earned progress.

Addiction Counselor

Rae Mazzei, Psy.D., CADC, BCB

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

1827 Walden Office Square , Schaumburg, Illinois

As a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, I will work closely with you to develop a personalized treatment to treat your addiction. Addiction is a complex interaction of mind, body, and environment and I often integrate multiple components into treatment, including counseling and lifestyle management. I also help individuals struggling with gambling, sex and food addiction. The goal of treatment is to assist you in identifying the root causes of your addiction, to develop the necessary skills to cope with emotional difficulties, and to facilitate personal growth. Together, we will attempt to help you through your addiction and get you back to the life you’ve been wanting to live.

Addiction Counselor

Ralph Whetstine, Psy.D., ACHT

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

830 E. Higgins Rd., Ste. 104H, Schaumburg, Illinois

Additions can often be understood as an effort to numb the pain resulting in one’s failure in their relationship with the self. Feeling unable to experience adequate levels of self-esteem can reflect difficulty in loving and caring for yourself or accepting love from others. Feeling vulnerable and exposed can reflect difficulties in feeling able to protect yourself resulting from difficulties with setting effective boundaries, while losing yourself in the face of other’s beliefs can reflect difficulties with identifying and sharing who you know yourself to be. These and other symptoms can lead you to seeking to numb yourself from the pain of feeling overwhelmed. Reconnect with yourself.

Addiction Counselor

Mary Lynn Meyers, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Winnetka, Illinois

Making the decision to tackle an addiction (substances, sex, gambling, food) is one of the most difficult decisions any of us ever makes. I can help you to examine how your thinking and behavioral patterns may undermine your success in breaking free from an addictive habit and assist you in establishing new, more adaptive ways to work through your addiction. Families who are struggling with an addict are not only critical to the addict's recovery, but most often are behaving in ways that support the addiction. It is important for everyone in a family system to work together to honestly reflect on their role and begin to develop new coping mechanisms to be successful.

Addiction Counselor

Gary Phillips, S.T.D

Licensed Clinical Psychologist; Pastoral Counselor

550 Sunset Ridge Road, Northfield, Illinois

If you have an addiction you will be able to (1) know what causes your addiction (2) develop three steps to take to overcome the addiction (3) find resources to help you continue to not have the addiction (4) learn how to respond to relapse and prevent relapse experiences (5) know what relationships in your life will help you to not have an addiction any longer



60089 is a zip code located in Lake County and part of Buffalo Grove, Illinois. It has a land area of 9.738 square miles.  The population of 60089 is 41,533 people.