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This referral list is comprised of therapists who have an affiliation with the Jung Center. If you do not wish to apply for services through the Jung Center, you may contact any of these therapists directly to inquire about availability at their private practice.
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LCSW, Jungian Analyst
Office Locations: Northern Suburbs, Western Suburbs, South Suburbs, Wheaton
Insurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Other Co’s reimburse for services without my involvement
Lorna is a Jungian Analyst in private practice in Wheaton who treats individuals and couples as well as provides supervision for Clinicians who are focused on depth work. She began her career in the corporate world, and through her own analytic work, realized she needed to change directions and become a therapist, and ultimately an Analyst. Lorna is on the training staff at the Jung Institute of Chicago and serves on many evaluative committees for the Analyst Training Program as well as provides clinic supervision for attendees at the Institute’s Clinical Training Program. She is a relationally oriented Analyst who works with clients, their dreams and imaginal material, to uncover split off aspects of themselves with the goal of becoming more whole. Lorna believes that suffering is a purposeful function of being human and is to be embraced if we are to find the gold in the pain. She obtained her BA In Psychology at the University of Wisconsin, and MSW at Aurora University. She is licensed as an LCSW, and became a Jungian Analyst in 2008.
LCPC, ATR, Jungian Analyst
Office Locations: North Chicago, Downtown Chicago
Mary Dougherty, MFA, ATR, NCPsyA, is a Jungian psychoanalyst and art psychotherapist in private practice in Chicago. She is the former President of the Jung Institute of Chicago and former Director of Training. She lectures on the clinical uses of film as active imagination, the clinical implication of gender and the impact of Jung’s thought upon creative development and artistic production. As a printmaker and performance artist she exhibited nationally and internationally, with venues including The George Eastman House, NY; Franklin Furnace, NYC; University of Chicago; Museo Contemporaneo, Sao Paolo. In 2001, she was awarded the ‘Lifetime Achievement in the Arts” award by the Chicago Women’s Caucus for the Arts.
Office Locations: Barrington and Crystal Lake
Insurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield PPO
My focus is on clients who are relatively high functioning, but who happen to be experiencing the types of issues and challenges that commonly present themselves, particularly relationship issues, developmental (e.g., adolescent and young adult) issues, mid-life (“second half of life”) issues, career and occupational issues, and issues involving meaning and purpose in life. I work with individual clients–adults and adolescents–as well as with couples and families. My therapeutic approach is best suited to clients who are highly motivated, anxious and willing to change, and committed to undertaking the difficult work of exploring their inner self. My graduate training is in pastoral counseling, which recognizes not only the psychological, but also the spiritual, dimension of human beings. I serve as adjunct faculty at Loyola University Chicago, where I both teach and counsel graduate students. I am a licensed clinical professional counselor and a certified Jungian Psychotherapist. My orientation is holistic: I work from an integrated–mind, body, spirit–perspective. My therapeutic approach, which incorporates dream analysis, recognizes the role of the unconscious and the inherent potential of each person to realize his or her authentic Self.
Office Location: Evanston, IL
Chris is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with twenty years of experience working primarily in private schools. She has extensive background working with adolescents with learning disabilities, ADHD, depression, anxiety, PTSD and neuro-cognitive disorders. Additionally, she has a strong interest in working with women and has both participated in and led multiple Womens’ Groups. She has a background in Substance Abuse, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, psychodynamic theory and dealing with issues of grief and loss. Her areas of special interest include mother-daughter dynamics, grief and loss, and depression.
Chris believes in the importance of helping the client to understand and integrate the bio-psycho-social and spiritual domains of their lives. As a therapist, she sees her role as meeting the client where they are, deeply understanding their personal narrative and participating in co-creating a vision of life they imagine and determine will bring them fulfillment and purpose.
7430 N. Ridge Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60645
A therapist in private practice, I trained as a pastoral counselor through the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University Chicago; my license is LCPC To my counseling practice I bring many years experience as an educator of teens and young children, as well as reunification work with families affected by incarceration. My experience also includes facilitating groups to address domestic violence for survivors and for batterers along with groups for people in recovery from substance abuse. Additionally, I am a Benedictine sister; I value life in my monastic community, praying together and sharing daily experience with about forty sisters, seeking God in all.
As a therapist, I journey with people seeking to rekindle a spark of the divine within, a source to heal their inner selves or themselves in relationship with significant others. When people find they’ve gotten out of right relationship with themselves, with those close to them, or with the larger community, we work together to find the way to a more abundant life, using methods that work best for them in their situation, such as guided imagery, mindfulness, non-violent communication, journaling, storytelling, or dreamwork, along with observing and exploring behaviors, thoughts, and feelings they may want to change.
My clients are families, couples and individuals – from adolescents to elders. We do our work in English or Spanish language on a range of concerns: depression, family conflict, trauma, anxiety, coping skills, peer relationships, spirituality, career counseling, parenting, self-esteem, substance abuse, mood disorders, personality disorders, personal growth, and family reunification.
Office Locations: Schaumburg, Arlington Heights
Insurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Dawn Livorsi holds a Doctorate in Social Work from Aurora University, where she now serves as an Assistant Professor in the BSW program. In addition to teaching, Dawn sees children, adolescents, and adults at her private practice in the northwest suburbs. Having spent many years working with at-risk youth and their families, Dawn uses a psychodynamic approach to address conflicts that are creating barriers and causing distress within these systems.
LCPC, Jungian Analyst
Office Locations: Glen Ellyn, Chicago
Stephen Martz is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Glen Ellyn and Chicago. He is president-elect of the Jung Institute of Chicago, an Episcopal priest (who served 20 years in parish ministry), and an adjunct faculty member at Loyola University, where he teaches in the counseling program at the Institute of Pastoral Studies. Steve invites you to visit his web site for more information — www.jungiananalysischicago.org
Work Phone: 630-442-3966
Work Email: email@example.com
1205 W. Sherwin Ave, Suite 812
Chicago, IL 60626
Insurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield, United Healthcare
Qualifications: Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master’s Degree in Social Welfare and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work
Specialties: Spirituality, Relationship Issues, Life Transitions, Addiction, Codependency, Self Esteem, Stress
Client Focus: Adults: Bisexual Allied, Gay Allied, Heterosexual Allied, Lesbian Allied
I have come to understand emotions as allies, inviting us to live our most authentic and creative lives. By engaging in therapy we pick up the tools necessary to do “the Work”. Fortunately pain is an excellent teacher precisely because it gets our attention. I assure you the struggle you’re experiencing now is guiding you. Struggle is a bonafide indication of real and important progress. If you’re trying to gain traction, but don’t remember how, I am here to help you move forward and heal from within.
The butterfly develops through a process called metamorphosis; a Greek word meaning a change in shape. Indeed, we can say that when we successfully confront and overcome a difficult challenge we are emotionally transformed. It is necessary to understand the stages of change so we are realistic with our expectations of ourselves.
Diane M. Miller
Office Location: Barrington
Insurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield
As a Jungian oriented therapist, I view the struggles of life as opportunities for growth and transformation. I am particularly interested in how the spiritual and psychological dimensions of the individual psyche interconnect and contribute to the potential for healing and wholeness. My approach to therapy is relational as well as psychodynamic. I understand the relationship between therapist and client to be one of the most important factors in the healing process. I therefore endeavor to create a thoughtful, compassionate, and safe space for that healing to occur.
I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with a Masters degree in Counseling as well as a Masters in Pastoral Studies, both from Loyola University, Chicago. I am a graduate of the Clinical Training Program (CTP), a two year certification program in Jungian Analytical Psychotherapy from the Jung Institute of Chicago and have completed Basic Training in EMDR through Argosy University, Chicago.
I have previously served as Clinic Therapist and Intake Coordinator and currently as a Volunteer Therapist , Clinic Committee member, and Board of Trustees member at The C. G. Jung Center in Evanston where I also facilitate monthly dream groups. I work well with individual adults who are looking for transformation and are motivated to change those areas that are not working in their life. I utilize dreams, active imagination, and mindfulness/mind-body modalities. I have experience working with depression, anxiety, stress management, relationship issues, life transitions, self-esteem issues, loss/grief, spiritual issues, and trauma/sexual abuse/PTSD.
Robert J. Moretti
PhD, Jungian Analyst
Office Location: Downtown Chicago
Insurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Medicare
Robert J. Moretti received his PhD in clinical psychology from Loyola University Chicago, followed by the completion of postgraduate work leading to the diploma in analytical psychology from the Jung Institute of Chicago. Prior to that he had earned an M.A. in personality processes from the Committee on Human Development at the University of Chicago, while also serving as a Research Fellow at the Illinois State Psychiatric Institute. Dr. Moretti has been on the faculty at Northwestern University Medical School since 1981, He is the former Director of the program in health psychology in the Division of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences. His current practice focuses mostly upon anxiety disorders, mood disorders, health/medical issues, and couples counseling. In addition to his use of Jungian analysis, Dr. Moretti has had a career-long interest in the applications of hypnosis, meditation, biofeedback, and relaxation training to various disorders. In recent years he has integrated the use of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) with Jungian analysis.
Office Location: Naperville, IL
Insurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Aetna. Can bill all insurances.
I am a relational, depth therapist, deeply committed to providing compassionate, culturally sensitive treatment within a therapeutic relationship based on mutual respect and responsibility. I believe that life’s difficulties and symptoms present us with opportunities to heal, grow, find meaning, develop our potential, and discover new possibilities. I work with adults, adolescents, couples and families on a wide-range of issues. Some areas of focus include trauma, abuse, PTSD, depression, anxiety, mental health issues, attachment, relational issues, loss, grief, life transitions, mediation, and collaborative divorce. Dedicated to my on-going professional development, I have obtained the following post-graduate training: completed the 2-year Jungian Clinical Training Program at the Jung Institute of Chicago; 7 years in Womencare’s Trauma Consultation group; 9-month training program in Dissociative Disorders; numerous trainings on PTSD, trauma related disorders and returning veterans; completed DePaul University’s training in Family and Divorce Mediation; and trained to be a collaborative divorce coach. Prior to going into private practice, I worked at two rape crisis centers, a domestic violence shelter, and at a major behavioral health in-patient hospital. I earned my M.A. degree in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and my B.S. degree from Northern Illinois University.
LCSW, Jungian Analyst
Office Location: Wilmette, ILInsurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna
Ms. Shaw is a licensed clinical social worker who has maintained a private practice of psychotherapy and Jungian analysis for 30 years and served on the Board of The C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago from 1992-1998.…Read More
Office Location: Wilmette, IL
Insurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna
Ms. Shaw is a licensed clinical social worker who has maintained a private practice of psychotherapy and Jungian analysis for 30 years and served on the Board of The C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago from 1992-1998. She currently teaches at the Jung Center of Evanston.
Ms. Shaw consulted for Fortune 100 companies in organizational development, team building, and initiatives of transitioning technology.
While serving with the Veteran’s Health Organization (VHO), in the Behavioral Health Lab, Ms. Shaw helped veterans address problems including bereavement, post-traumatic stress disorders, and mood and anxiety disorders.
Office Location: Evanston, IL
Insurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield
I focus on supporting the individual’s inner work. The inner journey includes dealing with life issues, such as family, work, relationships, and life transitions and often includes work with dreams or other images that may arise. The goal of the work is to help the individual become more of who they are capable of being. I have many years of experience as a psychotherapist and have studied depth psychology in various settings, including a year at the Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland. I will be attending the Analyst Training Program in Chicago beginning in the Fall of 2019.
I am affiliated with The C. G. Jung Center in Evanston, Illinois and with Apple Farm Community in Three Rivers, Michigan (www.applefarmcommunity.org).
W. Keren Vishny
Office Location: 809 Ridge Ave., Suite 200, Wilmette, IL
Keren’s practice is focused on dreamwork, mind-body medicine and psychotherapy. Her office is located in Wilmette, Illinois, where she works primarily with adults. Keren has worked closely with Jungian Analyst, Marion Woodman, and completed the Marion Woodman Leadership Training Program in 2007. She is a Dreamwork student of Rodger Kamenetz. Keren facilitates workshops and group programs through the Marion Woodman Foundation and The C. G. Jung Center in Evanston. She has also completed the Certification Program offered by the Center for Mind-Body Medicine.