Schedule an appointment with a Borderline Personality Disorder therapist in the Chicago Loop

Meet Our Borderline Personality Disorder Specialists In The Loop
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a mental health disorder that is related to issues controlling and regulating emotions. Some of the signs and symptoms that characterize BPD include extreme emotional changes, sudden anger, impulsive and sometimes self-destructive behaviors, unstable relationships and fears of abandonment. Receiving professional counseling, support and help are necessary in order to learn how to cope with and manage this condition. 

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Lindsay Buvel

LCPC, Director Of Training

Lindsay Buvel strives to help her patients to see themselves as strong and insightful beings who are capable of leading healthy lives. She approaches individuals who are suffering from personality disorders with a positive, light-hearted and open attitude that focuses on teaching coping techniques, self-management skills and reaching their goals. Lindsay practices a combination of CBT, DBT, ACT, and ERP to treat individuals who are looking for counseling and support. She believes that by creating an environment that is warm, inviting and secure, she is able to set up her clients for stability and success.

Alexandra Sandoval

LCSW, Therapist

Alexandra Sandoval uses her background experience in the yoga world as a means to help her clients achieve self-understanding and self-awareness. By utilizing this holistic approach which targets the connection of the mind, body and spirit, Alexandra is able to establish balance, worth and positivity with her clients who are dealing with Borderline Personality Disorder. Learning how to establish meaningful and necessary changes and choices for themselves and their relationships, Ms. Sandoval’s patients are able to live happier and healthier lives.  

Victoria Nieman

LPC, Therapist

Victoria Nieman has an integrative approach to her therapeutic practices which include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Mindfulness. Ms. Nieman has an extensive background in treating mood and personality disorders in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings. She believes that the combination of seeking help and finding the right environment and therapist is both worthwhile and important to well-being and happiness. Ms. Nieman teaches her clients how to manage and regulate their emotions and create lasting and meaningful relationships.