Clarity Clinic Loop Chicago
Find a therapist or psychiatrist in Loop Chicago
- Brown, Orange, Purple, Green, Pink line to State/Lake station
- 121, 124, 151, 157 line stopping at Michigan & E. Wacker
- 65 line stopping at Illinois & Michigan
Parking available at the Illinois Center (LAZ Parking) garage located at 111 East Upper Wacker Dr. Chicago, IL 60601.
Clarity Clinic Loop will validate for $15.00 for 4 hours of parking.
About Clarity Clinic Loop Chicago
Welcome to Clarity Clinic Therapy & Psychiatry — Loop. In the heart of the city, Clarity Clinic is located on the beautiful Magnificent Mile at 333 N Michigan Ave Suite 1400. The Loop office is conveniently located close to the “L”, multiple CTA stops and the Metra.
Clarity Clinic was established in Chicago, IL in 2015. The practice now has 4 locations with over 70 clinicians to support your overall health and wellness needs. The practice was founded because there was an established need in Chicago for psychiatry, counseling, and other holistic practices and resources in one place. Clarity Clinic’s practitioners are experts that specialize in adult, adolescent, pediatric psychiatry and counseling to meet a wide variety of needs. Clarity has a wide range of hours of operation in order to meet your scheduling needs. The Clarity Clinic Loop office is open from 7 am to 9 pm during the week. Weekend hours are also available from 9 am to 5 pm. Our providers treat a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, addictions, ADD/ADHD and offer psychological evaluations on a case-by-case basis. No matter the concern, we will guide you toward the resources and treatments needed in order to accomplish your treatment goals. Psychological testing and evaluation can address and encompass concerns regarding behavior, the way you see yourself, strengths, cognitive functioning, and more. For more information on treatment areas for therapy, evaluation, assessment, and trends in overall wellness please visit our blog at claritychi.com. To schedule, psychological evaluations call our office at the (312) 815-9660.
Clarity Clinic, the premier Therapy and Psychiatry Clinic, announced the opening of a new office in Chicago, IL on Michigan Ave, Clarity Clinic—Loop. This office is slated to open in February and is taking on new clients starting on February 4th, 2019. The office at 333 N Michigan Ave will strengthen the company’s partnerships with local businesses, hospitals and schools. This expansion positions Clarity Clinic as one of the top practices with comprehensive psychiatry and counseling services in the Loop. Clarity Clinic is now located in Lakeview, Arlington Heights, River North and the Chicago Loop.
At Clarity Clinic Loop, we are an insurance-friendly practice with self-pay options and therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists and physician assistants who specialize in an array of treatment areas including medication management, individual and group counseling for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families with a variety of concerns. Some treatment areas include work stress, relationships, addiction, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, life transitions and work/life balance. For more information on treatment areas call 312-815-9660.
What is counseling?
Counseling. Counseling is a collaborative effort between the psychotherapist and the client. Therapy guidance can assist in addressing and resolving personal, social and/or psychological concerns or difficulties regarding work/life balance, relational concerns and more. Clinicians at Clarity Clinic come from a positive, supportive strengths-based approach. We work together to meet you where you are. We can help you identify obstacles, goals and potential solutions to address your concerns. Counselors seek to increase self-awareness and self-esteem, create or enhance existing positive coping skills, promote behavior change and help move clients to a better place, closer to optimal health and well-being.
Counseling is a process where you are able to share your concerns in a non-judgmental environment. You are able to have a safe space to determine your goals and create a plan of action. This is a collaborative process, where the clinician works with you to create a treatment plan in accordance with your needs. We have heard that there has been a common misconception about counseling in that there has to be something wrong with you to go to therapy. And that therapy is the place where your problems are “fixed”. Therapy is actually a place where you can go to see the bigger picture view or to find strategies and determine action steps to deal with difficult situations or environments. This concept applies whether you are dealing with a concern related to any area of your life including work, school or home. Counseling can help you see multiple ways of looking at options and evaluate the way in which we events and situations are conceptualized from a more holistic view.
Why seek psychological services?
Psychiatry and Therapy Services. Clinicians at Clarity Clinic incorporate various aspects of mental health and wellness ranging from coping with stress to career counseling to crisis management. The therapeutic process is an evolving and collaborative journey towards self-discovery. Therapy can assist you in recognizing and overcoming obstacles, gaining a greater understanding of situations or behaviors and increase self-care. Medication management can also be a valuable resource in your wellness journey. Our clinicians at Clarity Clinic will listen to your needs and serve as a supportive resource. At every level of the practice, our goal is to allow you to build upon your current skills, and work with you to facilitate positive practices to help reach your desired goals.
Relationship concerns. We know that close relationships can greatly support our overall wellbeing. But, what happens when the people closest to us are not providing that familiar sense of comfort and support? And how do we change this pattern? Many of us struggle at times throughout life to experience the connections that we are longing for in relationships. It can be difficult to make new friends, or navigate or figure out the best next steps in long-standing relationships. It often takes a big picture view with a non-biased third party to change these situations or patterns. This is why Clarity Clinic offers relationship counseling for couples (pre-marital, spouse or life- partners), friends and families.
Can counseling help address my concern?
What concerns does counseling help with? Sometimes the exact problem can be difficult to determine, but you might have a general feeling that something is off. Counseling can help to unearth and address what is beneath the feeling of malaise or unease. One may feel restless or unsure of where to go next or what to change. We may notice a lack of meaning and purpose or a decline in general fulfillment as we manage daily tasks. Common signs that counseling may be helpful include, difficulty concentrating or accomplishing regular tasks that you normally would complete. Career concerns can also be addressed in counseling sessions whether you need help addressing a difficult personality or support in instating boundaries to improve work-life balance. If you are experiencing excess stress consistently and it is not dissipating, despite your best efforts, counseling can assist you in creating a plan to address this. If you are experiencing the following issues or concerns including controlling anger, amplified or more frequent alcohol or drug use, increased feelings of sadness, depression, grief and loss or helplessness counseling can help you address or determine the cause. Therapy can assist you in finding additional options and goals. Even if you are experiencing a concern that no matter what you try including requesting assistance from family and friends the situation or your feelings about it have not improved or changed.
About Clarity Clinic
Clarity Clinic is the premier Therapy and Psychiatry Clinic in Chicago, IL. Clarity has knowledgeable, progressive clinicians that help you grow and change on their path towards reaching overall wellbeing. Clarity Clinic empowers patients to take control of their goals and overcome challenges. This private practice is a defining clinic in mental health services in IL. We have a team of experts that combine their capabilities ranging from medication management, individual therapy, couples therapy, family therapy and group therapy. Specialties include anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem, LGBTQ and more. The integration of therapy for children, adolescent and adult therapy for individuals, couples and families combined with psychological evaluation and medication management sets Clarity Clinic apart from other practices in Chicago. Clarity Clinic is a full-service agency that is one of the largest and fastest-growing Counseling and Psychiatry Clinics in Illinois. Clarity has helped hundreds of clients each week. If you or someone you care about needs assistance contact us at the website and phone number below.
For more information about Clarity Clinic call 312-815-9660.
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- Addiction/Substance Abuse
- Adjustment Disorder
- Adolescent/Child Psychotherapy
- Adult Psychotherapy
- Anger Management
- Anorexia Nervosa
- Binge Eating Disorder
- Bipolar Disorder
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Child Psychotherapy
- Daytime Sleepiness
- Domestic Violence
- Eating Disorder
- Family Psychotherapy
- Gender Dysphoria
- Grief and Loss/Bereavement
- Impulsive Eating Issues
- Life Coaching
- Life Transition
- Major Depressive Disorder
- Marriage/Couples Counseling
- Medication Review
- Men's Health Issues
- Mood Disorders
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Occupational Difficulties
- Personality Disorder
- Phobias/Irrational Fears
- Play Therapy
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) - Trauma
- Psychiatric Consultation
- Racial Identity
- Relationship Issues
- Self Esteem
- Sexual Dysfunction
- Sleep Disorder
- Social Anxiety
- Suicidal Thoughts
- Women's Health Issues