Counseling/Therapy

COMMUNITY AGENCIES - ADOLESCENT SERVICES
Andersonville Behavioral Health – Counseling for Children & Adults

Website: http://abhchicago.com/index.htm

Contact Info: 1509 W. Berwyn Avenue, Suite 203 • Chicago, Illinois 60640 • 773.616.4222 • drmigalski@aol.com

Services: We offer services for adults, couples, families, children and adolescents. Day, evening and weekend appointments are available.

Fees/Financial Assistance: As we are a training institute, sliding-scale fees are available to patients who qualify. Please inquire.


Asian Human Services

Website: http://www.ahschicago.org/

Contact Info: 4753 N Broadway, Suite 700. Chicago, IL 60640-4995. Telephone: (773) 293-8437. Program Director: Deborah Jackson, LCSW, CADC. Email: djackson@ahschicago.org

Services: Child And Adolescent Mental Health Counseling Services:We provide counseling for youth ages preschool - 17 and their families. The goal is to help resolve social, emotional, behavioral and academic problems. Services are provided at our Uptown Center, at AHS Passages Charter School, and at the AHS Family Health Center.

Mental Health Services are based at our Uptown Center: 4753 North Broadway, Suite 700, Chicago 60640. For hours and appointments, call (773) 293-8430.

Fees/Financial Assistance: Please inquire.


Cathedral Counseling Center

Website: http://www.cathedralcounseling.org/

Contact Info: 50 E Washington, Suite 301. Phone: (312) 252–9500. Fax: (312) 337–9243.

Services: If our services are not appropriate, the intake Counselor will refer the caller to other area agencies that can provide assistance.The defining features of Cathedral Counseling Center's clinical services are:
A sliding-fee scale to match each client's ability to pay
Therapists with extensive clinical experience and a commitment to continuing education
Coordinated psychotherapy and psychiatric care to ensure well-managed prescription treatment
The opportunity for long-term care if appropriate for a client's needs
Care offered without regard to religious affiliation, race, ethnicity, disability, gender, or sexual orientation

Our clinical services include:
Getting Started – the Intake Process
Individual, couple, and group psychotherapy
Psychiatric services
Vocational assessment and counseling
Premarital counseling

Fees/Financial Assistance: Please inquire.


Genesis Therapy 

Website: http://www.genesistherapy.org/

Contact Info: 30 N. Michigan Ave 60602. 5600 S. Woodlawn 60637. 312-460-8388. 

Services: The Genesis Therapy Center has services for children, adolescents, and families. The staff has expertise in assessing and treating depressions, anxiety, mood disorders, eating disorders, personality disorders, self-esteem issues, multi-cultural issues and many other services. 

Fees/Financial Assistance: Sliding fee scale. 


The Family Institute at Northwestern University 

Website: http://www.family-institute.org/

Contact Info: 8 S. Michigan, Suite 500, Chicago, IL 60603. 312-609-5300.

Services: A team of Family Institute psychotherapists specialize in working with children and adolescents.  These professionals work with families with children from birth through adolescence to help navigate and reduce the challenges that may interfere with a child's and family's development. If you're interested in counseling or psychotherapy services, call  and ask about therapists in the Child & Adolescent Program. 

Fees/Financial Assistance: Our Bette D. Harris Clinic operates on a sliding-fee scale basis, with fees starting at about $15/session. The clinic is staffed by graduate students in Family Therapy, Counseling, Clinical Psychology, and Psychiatric residents. Fees in our Staff Practice begin at about $75 per session, depending on the therapist’s professional background and years of experience. 


Lakeview Center for Psychotherapy

Website: http://www.lakeviewtherapy.com/

Contact Info: 3322 N Ashland Ave 60657. 773-525-3322.

Services: At Lakeview Center for Psychotherapy, our therapists use a flexible, integrative approach in which we combine therapeutic styles in order to meet our clients’ individual needs. We provide therapy for depression, bipolar disorder and anxiety, as well as the following concerns: eating disorders, anxiety/stress, depression/bipolar disorder, relationship difficulties, personality disorders, childhood disorders/school problems, attention deficit, hyperactivity disorder, parenting, obsessive compulsive disorder, self-injury, substance abuse, sex addiction, compulsive gambling, sex, shopping, internet use, procrastination, fertility counseling, pregnancy and post-partum depression, lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender concerns, grief and loss, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Fees/Financial Assistance: Our fees are based on the therapist’s level of training and experience. Full fees range from $90-$130. Our therapists are committed to offering a limited number of sliding fee appointments based on need. Lower fees are also often available with therapists in training. Please call 773-525-3313 to discuss fees and available appointment times.



Live Oak

Website: http://www.liveoakchicago.com/our-services

Contact Info: 1300 W Belmont Ave, Suite 400 | Chicago, IL 60657. 773-880-1310.

Services: Psychotherapy, training (for psychotherapist and community agencies in areas such as LGBTQ issues, culturally competent clinical practice, attachment and trust, etc.), supervision, consultation, organizational development, and support groups focused on LGBTQ issues, gender identity issues, and parents of adopted teens.

Fees/Financial Assistance: Fees vary based on therapist experience. Insurance accepted.


Scholarship & Guidance – Youth and Family Guidance

Website: http://www.sga-youth.org/

Contact Info: 11 East Adams Street, Suite 1500 | Chicago, IL 60603. 312-663-0305. Fax: 312-663-0644.

Services: The board, volunteers and staff of SGA Youth & Family Services envision a society that affords each child and young adult the support, safety, and resources necessary to realize her or his fullest potential. The services include: community schools initiative, juvenile justice services, student counseling and mentoring services, substance abuse and prevention and teen parenting and family life services.

Fees/Financial Assistance: Sliding scale fee.
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