Schedule an appointment with a Suicidal Thoughts Therapist in Lakeview, Chicago 

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Suicidal thoughts are triggered by negative thoughts, hopeless feelings, and depressing emotions. Specific events may trigger a sudden thought of suicide. However, long-term and persistent feelings of sadness, loneliness, and low self esteem contribute to the development of suicidal thoughts. If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts and/or considering suicide, reach out for help with a liscenced professional immediatley to seek necessary support for your mental health and physical safety.

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Sean Saltzberg


Sean Saltzberg supports individuals who have become so vulnerable, scared, and anxious about living their life that they may be contemplating suicide. He believes in the essential importance of seeking psychotherapeutic treatment, and if necessary medical treatment as well, to sort through and deal with such negative thoughts and sadness. Sean is specifically trained in working with at risk youth and their families who have struggled with abandonment and trauma, behavioral issues and disorders, involvement in the criminal justice system, substance abuse and grief. He understands that suicidal thoughts and contemplations are strongly linked to these personal experiences and difficulties.

Karen Forte


Karen Forte is skilled at treating individuals of all ages and is experienced at working in a variety of therapeutic settings that encourage the positivity and self-help skills needed to overcome difficulty. She knows that working with patients who feel hopeless, depressed, and suicidal requires both dedication and commitment to therapy. Karen practices an integrative approach to treating clients who have experienced suicidal thoughts using psychotherapy, evidence-based treatment strategies, and other mindful techniques. She utilizes these varied approaches as a means to help individuals gain self-awareness, dignity, and ultimately obtain a positive mental health outlook.

Abby Levin

Clinical Supervisor

Abby Levin strives to encourage and empower her clients to develop a state of healthy and optimistic mental and behavioral well-being. She is committed to supporting and teaching individuals beneficial and effective skills for navigating challenging emotions and harmful behaviors. Abby knows that suicidal thoughts, as a result of unhealthy mental wellness, is both a serious and critical cry for help which requires professional mediation and counseling. She treats her patients who experience suicidal contemplations by utilizing both holistic and evidence-based treatment methods, which include techniques of CBT, DBT, and ACT. Abby focuses on keeping her clients focused on their goals in order to encourage a positive and bright future.