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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy therapist in the Chicago Loop

Meet Our Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Specialists In The Loop
Cognitive behavioral therapy, also known as CBT, is a type of therapy that is used to treat people who are dealing with all different kinds of mental health conditions. CBT is both process and goal-oriented. Understanding how we think, feel and behave is the central focus of cognitive behavioral therapy. Individuals are generally seeking to change or improve their emotions and consequent behaviors as a means to achieve a more productive and healthier life.  

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Jodi Randle


Jodi Randle has an integrative approach to treating individuals where she focuses on empowering each patient by listening to their individual concerns and goals. The basis of her methodology and practice lies in the use of CBT to develop multi-dimensional wellness, skill building, and coping skills as a means to changing thoughts, emotions, behaviors and habits. By placing a strong priority in therapy on listening, respect and compassion, Jody believes in the success of all of her patients achieving their goals through hard work and dedication.

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Maddie Barnes

LSW, Therapist

Maddie Barnes incorporates a variety of techniques when treating her patients. She has found that the use of CBT has been one of the most effective means to helping her patients deal with and overcome a wide range of mental health conditions and disorders. Maddie specializes in using CBT to treat chronic illness, trauma/PTSD, grief/loss, bereavement, depression and anxiety. Maddie strongly focuses on a collaborative practice, working with her patients to reach their goals. She believes that the client is the expert on themselves and therefore uses a strengths-based and patient-centered approach to understand and help each person. 

Alexandra Sandoval

LCSW, Therapist

Alexandra Sandoval utilizes a holistic approach as a way of treating her patients. With a background in Yoga-Informed Psychotherapy, Ms. Sandoval is able to see the patient as a whole being and this helps her to understand each person from a perspective that focuses on whole-bodied well-being. In combination with her mind-body-spirit practice, Alexandra incorporates cognitive behavioral therapy to help individuals understand how their thoughts and emotions impact and affect their physical bodies and behaviors.