Schedule an appointment with a Phobia/Irrational Fears Therapist in River North, Chicago 

Meet Our Phobia/Irrational Fears Specialists In River North Near You
Phobias are irrational fears that individuals can develop based on trauma, past experiences, or personal issues. Some of the common phobias people deal with are those of heights, spiders, open water, darkness, loneliness, and crowds. When individuals who suffer from phobias are willing to work with a therapist to cope with their fears and anxieties, they are at a strong advantage of overcoming their issues.
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Cassandra Walker

Therapist

Cassandra Walker utilizes a patient-centered approach to treating patients who suffer from anxiety disorders. She believes that when individuals fear specific phobias, they are not only struggling with the phobia itself, but the emotions that can cause further anxieties. Cassandra practices Depth Psychology, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Meditation and Body Based Interventions, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Parts Psychology, and Hypnosis to treat anxiety and phobia-related emotions.

Tia Cochran

Therapist

Tia Cochran approaches her clients in a patient and non-judgemental manner that allows them to feel safe enough to be exposed to their fears. This is an important way of approaching the treatment of phobias due to the fearful nature of the person. Tia believes that irrational fears originate from a complex web of emotions and past experiences. She targets the specific fears of her clients by helping them to uncover and recognize their emotions by developing their self-esteem, strengths and skill building abilities.

Caitlin Garstkiewicz

Therapist

Caitlin Garstkiewicz is experienced in treating individuals who suffer from personality disorders, particularly disorders such as bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and schizoaffective disorder. She works with individuals on building helpful and valuable skills to manage stress and regulate emotions for clients who are seeking out coping skills to help deal with personality disorders. By helping her clients to increase self-esteem using a strengths-based approach, Caitlin believes that her patients can overcome their personal struggles and achieve their goals.