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Bill Koch

Chicago, Illinois

Bill Koch

MA in Counseling, Adler University
Years in practice: 8
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Bill is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) who specializes in life transitions, relationship issues, anxiety disorders, and stress management.

He has experience working in a variety of mental health services; including private practice, community mental health, hospitals, and residential centers. Bill works with clients on emotional regulation and staying balanced.  Bill believes meaningful activity is the way to sustain happiness in life, and believes that many people experience difficulty when they feel stuck. He is passionate in finding ways to break through periods of stagnation and working with clients to find meaning and value.
Chicago, Illinois
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Marko Sipka

Chicago, Illinois

Marko Sipka

MA, Northeastern Illinois University. LCPC, Illinois Dept of Financial and Professional Regulation.
Years in practice: 3
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My areas of focus include young adults and adults struggling with depression, anxiety, and life transitions. I also have extensive experience working with college students. My approach is fundamentally focused on you and your personal experiences, and my techniques are based on your needs and strengths. I will often guide you through parts of your past to help you make sense of patterns you engage in today.

Chicago, Illinois
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Noel Cordova

Noel Cordova

MA in Counseling, Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I specialize in treating adults and adolescents with depression, anxiety, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I am also a certified alcohol and drug counselor and I am bi-lingual (English/Spanish). I utilize CBT, EMDR, and Mindfulness in my practice.

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Craig Mead

Chicago, Illinois

Craig Mead

MSW, Aurora University. LCSW, National Association of Social Workers, and LCPC, Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I genuinely enjoy helping other men overcome their problems and use my own experience with similar difficulties to help others move forward in their lives and achieve a more balanced, healthy, and happy life. I provide telehealth services exclusively and frequently work with those who struggle with depression, anxiety, ADHD, OCD, anger management, work/school stress management or performance issues, life transition difficulty, and relationship problems. I use traditional methods such as cognitive and dialectical behavior therapies but also incorporate other approaches and holistic wellness methods.

Chicago, Illinois
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Dr. Jon Cole

Grayslake, Illinois

Dr. Jon Cole

PhD in Clinical Psychology, Auburn University
Years in practice: 32
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I have over 30 years of experience as a psychologist helping individuals: Reduce stress, anxiety, fears and depression; Improve relationships and communication; Cope with loss and change; Increase self esteem, self acceptance and life satisfaction; Achieve goals and make healthier decision; Work on other concerns including LGBTQ issues. My therapeutic approach is primarily cognitive-behavioral and my therapeutic style is supportive, collaborative, interactive and nonjudgmental.

Grayslake, Illinois
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Leann Ravenel

Chicago, Illinois

Leann Ravenel

MA, Lesley University
Years in practice: 17

I have been a mental health provider for nearly 20 years. I absolutely love what I do! I was trained psychoanalytically but also use a humanistic, client-centered and eclectic approach to therapy. I am a warm, caring and engaging therapist. I enjoy working with male clients and have had tremendous success in treating men with depression, anxiety and relationship issues.

Thank you.

Chicago, Illinois
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Mr. Lynn Buck

Chicago, Illinois

Mr. Lynn Buck

MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, National Louis University
Years in practice: 3
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Lynn is a Licensed Professional Counselor who uses a values and strengths-based approach to help clients discover their path forward through life’s challenges. Lynn works with clients using a comfortable, laid-back style treating clients less like a diagnosis and more like a human being who just needs some help, as we all do from time to time.

Chicago, Illinois
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Dr. Michael Lau

Oglesby, Illinois

Dr. Michael Lau

MA in Clinical Psychology, Roosevelt University, PhD in Health Care Administration/Psychology from Southern California University
Years in practice: 28
Offers:  Remote Therapy

We provide a holistic approach to health and wellness, which means we look at how all areas of your life are connected. We go beyond the traditional approach to mental health treatment by combining therapy, counseling and health coaching. We utilize therapeutic best practices and the most relevant research based methods to help you obtain wellness and recovery.

Oglesby, Illinois
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Mr. Bert Fox

Chicago, Illinois

Mr. Bert Fox

MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Adler University
Years in practice: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I specialize in working with men, especially those who identify as gay, bi or queer. Common issues I work with clients on include relationship/intimacy struggles, isolation, depression, shame, career issues, anger/rage, anxiety, sexual issues, feelings of numbness and addiction.

Chicago, Illinois
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