Schedule an appointment with an Adjustment Disorder Therapist in Arlington Heights, Chicago
Chad Gaynier is experienced in treating individuals who suffer from anxiety, depression, anger, and/or grief due to trauma or events causing the onset of adjustment disorder. He helps his clients process changes and life transitions in a patient and safe therapeutic environment that enables the ability to explore thoughts, understand feelings, and ultimately adjust their behavioral responses in positive and productive ways. Chad utilizes evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy as a means to addressing and emotional understanding and management due to life events and trauma. He incorporates rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), existential, and positive psychology to help those experiencing life transitions.
Rahael Mathew practices a client-centered approach to guide individuals who are struggling with life transitions and adjustment disorder. She is passionate about supporting her clients as they process their thoughts and feelings due to change. Rahael has a deep multicultural understanding and competence in issues surrounding acculturation, immigration, and assimilation, and thus believes in the importance of knowing how to cope with adjustments in healthy, productive, and meaningful ways. Ms. Mathew uses an integrative approach that consists of evidence-based therapies such as DBT, CBT and ACT to help her clients build useful and effective skills for dealing with their emotions and behaviors.
Kelly Dakarian specializes in the treatment of adjustment disorder and other emotional and behavioral issues that impact mood, behavior, and functionality. She works collaboratively with her patients to help them gain an honest and introspective sense of self and mindfulness. Kelly believes that this is essential in order to obtain the self-awareness needed to obtain acceptance in an effort to deal with and overcome difficult emotions. Kelly uses a person-centered therapeutic approach by incorporating cognitive behavioral therapy practices to assist individuals in recognizing the link between recent, and sometimes traumatic, events, their emotions, and their behavioral responses.