Schedule an appointment with a Women’s Health Issues Therapist in the Chicago Loop

Meet Our Women’s Health Issues Specialists In The Loop Near You
Women’s health is a broad term for both physical and mental well-being. Some examples of common physical health conditions that women experience include breast cancer, cervical cancer, pregnancy issues, bladder conditions, and autoimmune diseases. When it comes to mental health, women are more likely to suffer from anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. Very often, the physical health issues can impact the mental health issues, and visa versa. Educating yourself about the physical and mental health issues that you may be suseptible to and at risk of developing based on your sex is a powerful aspect of self-knowledge.

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Sophie Roskin


Sophie Roskin is skilled in working specifically with women of all ages and assisting them in their mental health concerns. She knows that mental health can be strongly influenced by physical health conditions. With a prolific background in treating women who suffer from physical body image issues that have developed and manifested into eating disorders, Sophie understands the complex web of women’s health issues. Ms. Roskin approaches her clients with a caring, nurturing, and attentive outlook which allows for her patients to confide and feel safe in order to make positive changes and strides toward healthier lives.

Anastasia Maravelias


Anastasia Maravelias reaches out to her clients with an inviting and warm tone that allows individuals who may be suffering from women’s health issues to commit to therapy. Dr. Maravelias seeks to support patients in whatever manner they may need. She utilizes the necessary psychotherapeutic methods of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Mindfulness to treat women who need help, guidance, and support to assess and understand their health concerns.

Lizzie Ausland


Lizzie Ausland values the perspective that therapy is a place for self learning, self growth, and positive self change. She utilizes a therapeutic approach that is centered around the practice of Person-Centered, Motivational Interviewing, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy therapeutic techniques. Whether treating women who are concerned about the development of physical and mental health issues, or are in fact battling a specific disorder, Lizzie approaches her clients with a collaborative tone and positive outreach. This permits Lizzie to develop a valuable and trusting relationship