Schedule an appointment with a Bipolar Disorder Therapist in Arlington Heights, Chicago 

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Personality disorders vary in specific symptoms and behaviors, however, in general they impact perceptions and social interactions. Bipolar disorder in particular is characterized by extreme states of mood, where an individual experiences periods of highs and lows. The sometimes sudden and sometimes prolonged periods of these mood swings can drastically affect how an individual is able to function in their everyday life. Seeking help from a therapist is essential to gaining the necessary tools needed to manage bipolar disorder and its impact on relationships and daily-functioning.

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Kailyn Bobb

Director Of Therapy

Kailyn Bobb is trained to conduct clinical evaluations and perform psychological assessments that are aimed to deliver the appropriate, necessary, and helpful therapies to individuals who suffer from a variety of personality disorders. Dr. Bobb’s focus on clinical assessments yields an integrative approach, which is paramount in the treatment of bipolar disorder. When treating bipolar disorder, Dr. Bobb utilizes both testing and psychotherapeutic strategies to assist her patients in obtaining the self-recognition needed to help increase awareness about themselves and their influence on others. She is particularly interested in working with young children and adolescent patients who are needing to understand their condition and how to manage their mood changes in the present and the future.

Virginia Harren

Clinical Supervisor

Virginia Harren approaches her clients who are seeking the support and skills to deal with personality disorders, such as bipolar disorder, by utilizing an integrative and holistic approach. The foundation of her therapeutic strategy is based on a client-centered outlook which allows her patients to feel validated, understood, and cared for. Ginny is trained in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and practices these methods throughout the therapeutic journey of individuals who suffer from bipolar disorder.