Schedule an appointment with a Depression Psychiatrist in River North, Chicago 

Meet Our Depression Specialists In River North Near You
Depression, or major depressive disorder, is characterized by feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and low energy. When an individual suffers from depression, they may also struggle with addiction, substance abuse, sleep issues, eating disorders, and other behavior related problems. Controlling your thoughts, managing your emotions, and improving your decisions and behaviors are essential factors to coping with depression. Professional therapists and psychiatrists understand the association between depression and negative lifestyle behaviors and are specifically trained to treat them as a whole.

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Jamie Schubert


Jamie Schubert assists her patients in discovering and understanding their emotional and behavioral conditions as they seek to live a more controlled lifestyle. She treats disorders like ADD and ADHD by combining her medical background as a physician assistant with holistic techniques to help understand and teach her clients skill-building techniques. Jamie believes in the importance of obtaining and sustaining a healthy physical and mental life. Thus, she approaches clients with open-ears and an unbiased outlook as she works alongside them to make mindful suggestions and positive lifestyle adjustments to help them deal with their behavior-related problems.

Jeanette Marinier


Jeanette Marinier is passionate about helping her patients overcome acute and/or persistent anxiety with therapeutic support and partnership. During her clinical training to become a licensed physician assistant, she gained specific experience in psychiatric services, including diagnostic and treatment-oriented solutions. Jeanette works alongside her patients to assist them in developing healthy skills to obtain their goals as a means to coping with anxiety. She focuses on helping individuals gain self-awareness and build self esteem as they work towards improving their mental health challenge of anxiety.