Schedule an appointment with an Adolescent/Child Psychotherapist in Lakeview, Chicago
Judy Bitzer specializes in behavioral health and understanding the link between emotions and habits. She works closely with her patients in a collaborative manner to help them discover why they think, feel, and ultimately behave in certain ways. Judy assists her young patients to develop the language skills and words needed to convey not only how they feel, but why they may feel and act a certain way. By taking a strengths-based approach, Judy focuses on teaching children and adolescents the positive impact that expression and talk therapy can have on many different aspects of their lives, including school, friendships, and family relationships
Marion Middleton aims to help her patients deal with the reality of substance abuse and other forms of addiction through the practice of integrative, informed, and supportive therapy. Marion is a trained and Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor who addresses negative behavioral choices and habits as a consequence of untreated emotional issues. She believes that the thoughts, feelings, emotions, past experiences, and traumas are all interconnected into the choices that we make. Marion’s chief focus is to empower her clients to lower their self-destructive feelings and habits while improving self-help skills and solution-focused results.
Sean Saltzberg provides psychotherapy to individuals seeking help with a wide range of issues. He is specifically trained in the treatment of young children and adolescents. Sean received his Master’s of Social Work degree from the Jane Addams School of Social Work at the University Of Illinois-Chicago, with a concentration in Children and Family Therapy. Mr. Saltzberg addresses his clients with a patient, understanding, and purposeful approach that helps them to achieve self-recognition and reflection through the practice of talk therapy. He incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), mindfulness, and motivational interviewing into his overall approach of psychotherapy.