I have helped individuals and families for 15 years and during that time have helped many people deal with a wide variety of life's issues including, depression, ADHD, eating disorders, anxiety, trauma, decision-making, self-esteem, difficulty with finances, marriage, life-transitions and so many others.
I am a Psychologist with extensive experience supporting individuals to manage anxiety, depression, loneliness, relationship problems, dysfunctional behaviors, poor choices in life, and many other personal challenges.
My goal is to help you find peace by navigating the difficult relationships in your life including romantic relationships, professional relationships, familial relationships, and friendships. By exploring and organizing your thoughts and feelings and identifying your triggers, you are more empowered in making decisions to contribute to a peaceful existence.
Kalman J. Kaplan, Ph.D. is Professor of Clinical Psychology and Director of the Center for Religion, Spirituality and Mental Health at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine and Adjunct Professor of Psychology and Judaism at Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies. He is also a licensed clinical psychologist in Illinois and Michigan.
Whether one is experiencing anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, dysmorphia, or dysphoria, every individual’s needs are unique. How a person identifies is a critical component of their experience. It is my passion to provide quality service to the community.
Since receiving my MSW, I have worked with dual diagnosed individuals, as well as individuals who have experienced extreme trauma. I am certified in Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), Trauma and Loss in Children (TLC), Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Harm Reduction.