Schedule an appointment with a Major Depressive Disorder Therapist in Arlington Heights, Chicago
Kelly Dakarian offers a warm, safe, and non-judgmental therapeutic environment for patients who are seeking help and support when dealing with clinical depression. She works collaboratively with her clients to help them address and accept their thoughts and feelings by utilizing a person-centered approach to recognize the impact of past experiences and perceived judgements. Kelly is passionate about teaching individuals how to shift their mindsets by working towards incorporating positive change, reaching their goals, and obtaining personal and emotional growth. She is skilled at helping patients who suffer from major depressive disorder and seeks to mentor, counsel, and guide individuals by providing an understanding and goal-directed approach to their emotional well-being and success.
Sloan Kodroff strives to give individuals who suffer from mild to severe mental health conditions the support and care they need in a patient and understanding way. He is experienced in treating a wide-range of mood disorders, such as major depressive disorder, and believes in the importance of helping his patients develop the recognition and need to overcome negative emotions and potentially harmful behaviors and habits. Sloan utilizes an approach that focuses on evaluating various thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, exploring opportunities for changing thinking patterns and behavior choices that impact a person’s mental state, and ultimately putting healthier thoughts and habits into action.
Sarah Tarabey specializes in working with individuals who are working through life transitions and changes, particularly those that involve loss and grief. She helps patients who may be experiencing psychological issues such as anxiety and mood issues due to a life transition, event, or trauma. Through a client-centered and focused lens, Sarah incorporates therapeutic treatments such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT) to assist individuals who are coping with change. During these periods of transformation, she enlightens and encourages her patients to gain positive habits, behaviors, and mindfulness as a way of obtaining a healthy mind, body, and spirit connection.