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Ellen Rosenberg
PsyD
Active

I am a seasoned psychoanalyst and psychologist and have worked with people from ages 15 to 88. I have worked in the past at Northwestern Memorial Hospital’s Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic and at CAPPS at the Northwestern Evanston campus. I have training in family and couples therapy. In graduate school and on internship I was exposed to many theories and schools of psychology and psychoanalytic thinking.

I like to look at the whole person in the context of their personal history, cultural background and their current relationships and occupation. I utilize my psychoanalytic training even if the treatment is not an analysis. In terms of psychoanalytic thinking, I am most comfortable with object relations, Self Psychology and relational theories of psychoanalysis. I see psychotherapy as a partnership between the therapist and the person seeking treatment. the therapeutic relationship is crucial to the treatment process.

Psychoanalysis, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Consultation
Adults, Couples
Blue Cross Blue Shield, Blue Choice, Medicare, Humana
312 782-6302
307 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 820
Chicago, IL
60601
708 Church St., Suite 820
Evanston, IL
PhD
Active

Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1975. Graduate, Core Adult Program in Psychoanalysis, Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, 2013. Faculty, Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. 3 times President, Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology. Currently, Metro Local Area Representative, Illinois Psychological Association. Former supervisor at Department of Psychiatry, University of Chicago.

My psychoanalytic approach is a combination of Ego and Self Psychologies. In psychotherapy I may use elements of other approaches to psychotherapy as part of treatment. In general I tend to be active rather than passive in my interactions with patients.

Psychoanalysis, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Consultation
Adults
Blue Cross Blue Shield, Blue Choice, Aetna
312-357-0022
300 W Adams St., Suite 621
Chicago
60614-5109
Hannah Weiss
MA, LPC
Affiliate

In choosing psychotherapy, one opens to the pursuit of awareness and authenticity. While this journey is sometimes arduous, most experience a sense of fulfillment previously unknown. Those who choose to see me often wish to uncover barriers which prevent them from living creatively, peacefully, expressively, and authentically. I aim to provide a warm, nonjudgmental atmosphere where individuals feel comfortable exploring all aspects of their being, including hidden dreams and desires. Such exploration is often accompanied with reductions in anxiety, depression, impulsivity, or inhibition.

When we approach what is with friendly curiosity, a space for what may be arises. In this deeply meaningful process, one discovers that the complexities and contradictions inherent in being human can be understood and reintegrated in the therapeutic space.

I am a recent graduate of the Adult Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program at the Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute.

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Consultation
Adults, Adolescents, Groups
Blue Cross Blue Shield, Blue Choice
847-732-9436
122 S Michigan Ave, Suite 1305
Chicago, IL
60603
900 Skokie Blvd, Suite 115
Northbrook
60062
Andrew Berry
PhD, PsyD, ABPP
Active

I believe in the partnership of therapy and the power of psychoanalysis.

Psychoanalysis, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Consultation
Adults
Blue Cross Blue Shield, Blue Choice, Aetna, United Healthcare, Medicare
518-587-4161 352
632 Plank Rd, Suite 209
Clifton Park, NY
12065
Celia Brickman
PhD, LCPC
Affiliate

I’ve been practicing psychoanalytic psychotherapy with adults for the past 25 years. I received my PhD from the University of Chicago and trained at the Center for Religion & Psychotherapy, where I now practice and where I have previously been the Director of Training. My first book, nominated for a Gradiva award, has just come out in a revised edition entitled Race in Psychoanalysis: Aboriginal Populations in the Mind (Routledge, 2018). I enjoy working with people who may find themselves on the margins of the social mainstream, and I’m interested in the spiritual dimension—for better and for worse—of emotional distress.

I see clients once or twice a week, and am most influenced by the relational school of psychoanalysis. This form of therapy sees our symptoms as aspects of ourselves of which we may not be fully aware; aspects which are often holdovers from earlier stages in our emotional development, where we became stymied by particular challenges which were never fully resolved. In therapy we build a relationship of trust where we can encounter and put into words the emotional “stuckness” that our symptoms represent. This helps us better resolve and integrate our challenges, and thus better engage more fully with the world around us.

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
Adults
Blue Cross Blue Shield, Blue Choice
773-536-5353
1525 E 53rd Street, Suite 935
Chicago, IL
60615
30 N. Michigan Avenue, #1920
Chicago, IL
60602
Michael Topel
PsyD
Student
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
Adults, Adolescents, Couples
Blue Cross Blue Shield, Blue Choice, Medicare
847-922-3253
4711 Golf Road
Suite 1200
Skokie, IL
60076
1700 W Van Buren
Chicago, IL
60612