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Antisocial Personality Disorder therapist in the Chicago Loop

Meet Our Antisocial Personality Disorder Specialists In The Loop
Antisocial personality disorder is a mental condition where an individual behaves in such a way that can exploit, manipulate or violate another person. Consequently, a person who suffers from antisocial personality disorder has challenges developing and maintaining long-term relationships. Learning how to cope and manage any feelings or behaviors you may have that are symptomatic of this disorder is important for maintaining relationships in both your personal and professional life. 
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Raymond Myles

Psychologist

Raymond Myles works with adults of all ages, both young and old, who are dealing with anxiety issues particularly due to traumatic events. Dr. Myles focuses on creating a warm, comforting and secure environment for his patients to feel welcome and safe. Working side by side with his clients, Dr. Myles believes that in order to overcome anxiety you must create healthy habits outside of a therapy setting. He therefore works with his patients to develop future plans and goals, as well as positive lifestyle changes in order to create a bright future.

Lindsey Ashamalla

PsyD, Psychologist

Lindsey Ashamalla is trained in working with a wide range of personality disorders and mood fluctuations that may impact an individual’s relationships with those around them. Dr. Ashamalla specializes in working with individuals who suffer from depression, anxiety and interpersonal difficulties; all of which can significantly impact mental health and social well-being. By practicing a strength-based and patient-centered approach, Dr. Ashamalla designs and implements individualized programs that are centered around specific goals. For patients needing to learn coping skills for dealing with a personality disorder such as antisocial personality disorder, she has found that by simply listening, understanding and emphasizing with her patients, they are able to feel safe and secure enough to make significant strides in therapy.

Sophie Roskin

LSW, Therapist

Sophie Roskin has a clinically-based background that has culminated in an overall knowledge base of understanding relationships. As a Licensed Social Worker, she has trained in a variety of settings that have all targeted the importance of self-reflection and understanding the impact that one’s actions and behaviors can have on our interpersonal relationships and social interactions. Ms. Roskin places an emphasis on skill building as a means to help cope with any thoughts or feelings that may negatively impact others. She honors her clients emotions and encourages mindful and effective changes in behavior through the practice of cognitive flexibility.