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Borderline Personality Psychiatrists in Illinois (IL)
BPD

“I treat all people. What is important to a person and the experiences, feelings and biology that make up any person is so varied and unique. I keep up to date on new techniques to best address your needs. Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Issues, Sexual Issues, Depression, Life Coaching
Borderline Personality
(847) 453-4210
Evanston, Illinois 60201
David McNeil, Psychiatrist  in Buffalo Grove
“I practice psychopharmacology or psychiatric medicine. This is an expanding field, as new medications are developed and we continuously refine our understanding of their use. New technologies can help optimize the choice of medication for each individual. In my practice I see adolescents, young adults, those in middle age, and seniors. Many of those I help have mood instability, including depression and mood swings, intermittent or constant anxiety, or problems with focus, concentration, and productivity. I help individuals who have suffered a sudden terrible loss or trauma, as well as those who have a chronic history of failed relationships.
Borderline Personality
(847) 453-9526
Buffalo Grove, Illinois 60089
Shalini Varma MD, Psychiatrist  in Vernon Hills
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatrist, BDCert, Meds, Coach, Therapy, Summa
“Come in NOW within 1 week! All ages for meds, coaching, therapy. Fast&easy prescription refills. The right doctor for clients struggling. DRVARMAMD.COM. Personalized care. Direct access - by email and phone. Small population of clients. We work together. Clients actively participate in their care plan and to move goals forward at a real-time pace. I have been featured on Fox News, ABC late night, and in the Chicago Tribune for my insight. From Illinois and Rutgers Medical School.
Borderline Personality
(224) 374-1918
Vernon Hills, Illinois 60061
Alexander E. Obolsky, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“From time to time, our lives take an unexpected turn for the worse. We may suffer injury; succumb to physical or emotional illness, or experience conflict, loss, misfortune. Trauma and chronic disability may affect our loved ones or us. Life adversities may temporarily overwhelm our ability to carry on. We may turn pessimistic, doubtful, and hopeless. Feel demoralized, worried, and anxious. Suffer sadness, distress, and anguish. Become angry and resentful. Feel distrustful and quarrel with others. Recognize our isolation and loneliness. At such times, we could benefit from a psychiatric evaluation and treatment, including psychotherapy and prescription medicine.
Borderline Personality
(312) 436-1329
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Ndidi Onyejiaka, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I emphasize a dual approach toward addressing mental health and emotional needs of both new and existing clients. The first emphasis focuses on gaining an understanding of your concerns through a "talk therapy" and listening approach. We can talk together about the possibility of introducing medication to the initial treatment or continuing mental health treatment with medication amendment to your treatment plan. I treat individuals, couples, families, and groups of all ages. I am also fluent in Spanish and welcome Spanish-speaking clients.
Borderline Personality
(312) 614-0728
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Abdullah Sallaj, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“Hello! I'm a board-certified psychiatrist, and trained at the University of Chicago. I treat adolescents and adults for a wide range of psychiatric conditions; generally such conditions that associate with other medical conditions, conditions that improve with therapeutic intervention, and conditions that require pharmacological intervention.
Borderline Personality
(773) 663-4897
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Christopher Sinnappan, Psychiatrist  in Naperville
“I focus on identifying and encouraging positive coping skills and lifestyle choices while working to change choices/coping strategies that may be counter-intuitive. I also spend time educating patients on various issues and treatment options. We will review your symptoms, personal history, life goals, and treatment goals then create a plan for returning visits to monitor your progress and responses to any prescribed medications or new treatment modalities. I partner with each patient to optimize wellness with the support of our multi-disciplinary team, providing a broad spectrum of therapeutic services promoting physical and emotional health and well-being.
Borderline Personality
(630) 796-4596
Naperville, Illinois 60564
James Fisch, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I believe there is more to therapy than cataloguing symptoms and selecting medications. There is a person behind those symptoms who has a complex personality, multiple needs and essential relationships, all needing to be understood. Real understanding is crucial and along with the medication and symptom relief is a powerful therapeutic tool.
Borderline Personality
(312) 698-3372
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Brad Pechter, Psychiatrist  in Evanston
“I enjoy helping people and working as a team with my clients to meet their goals. I enjoy doing psychotherapy and I will do medication management with clients getting psychotherapy elsewhere. I will consider everything that can help a person and never consider medications the only option.
Borderline Personality
(312) 625-5179
Evanston, Illinois 60201
“Dr. Langner specializes in the psychobiological treatment of depression, anxiety, ADHD, and thought disorders. His medical training was at the University of Minnesota, graduating Magna Cum Laude. He completed his residency in Psychiatry and Neurology at the Menninger Foundation. He is Board Certified in Neurology and Psychiatry. He is on the staff at Provena Mercy Hospital in Aurora. He has special interest in Attachment Disorders and is the author of the book "Attachment and Suicide", which explores the adverse health consequences of disturbances to the bond between infant and primary caregiver.
Borderline Personality
(630) 377-7225
Saint Charles, Illinois 60174
Eitan D Schwarz, Psychiatrist  in Skokie
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatrist, MD, FAACAP, DLFAPA
“I am available immediately for a thorough initial consultation and careful planning. We will talk together to understand you or your child's needs. With or without medication, we will collaborate at each step, weaving your individual issues, preferences, and strengths into the best plan with no insurance meddling. Exceptionally credentialed and with 40+ years experience as a leading Chicagoland doctor, medical teacher, researcher, board certified / board examiner; and working with private patients of all ages, schools, community agencies, courts, and hospitals, I have touched countless lives by listening and thinking meticulously, and aiming only for the best possible care.
Borderline Personality
(847) 423-8030
Skokie, Illinois 60077
Borderline Personality
(708) 949-4513
Orland Park, Illinois 60462
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Mazhar Golewale, Psychiatrist  in Oakbrook Terrace
“Every client is special to me and I see it as an opportunity to help a fellow human being. I use the most advanced information available in the field and the technology to treat my patients, Iike use of client rated scales on an IPad to monitor their progress. For initial evalutation of adolescents, I schedule a separate session with parents to better understand the family dynamics so that a more appropriate treatmen plan can be reached. Emphasis on practice of healthy life style is core aspect of my approach, so a longer lasting remission from illness can be achieved.
(630) 613-9800
Syed A Rahim, Psychiatrist  in Lincolnwood
“Dr. Rahim is a board-certified Psychiatrist, a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology. He has a specialization in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He graduated from the Osmania University, India in 1992. He did his Residency at the University of Tennessee and served there as the Chief Resident of the department of psychiatry at the UT. He completed his fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the MCW/Children's Hospital.
(847) 906-2496
Lincolnwood, Illinois 60712
Mark D. Parisi, Psy.D. & Associates, P.C., Psychiatrist  in Mount Prospect
“My name is Dr. Vikramjit (Vik) Gill. I am licensed as a Physician in the State of Illinois and practice Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry. I am the collaborating physician for Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners - Ms. Lori Moreno, MSN, APN, PMHMP-PC, Ms. Irma Funes, MSN, APN, CNN, and Dr. Paula Karnick, Ph.D., CPNP, ANP-PC. Collectively, we provide expert psychotropic medication management for clients ages 4-104. We use a holistic approach in treatment and actively encourage counseling to treat all aspects of our clients' presenting problems.
(847) 416-1452
Mount Prospect, Illinois 60056
Harry Whiteley, Psychiatrist  in Evanston
“I am a psychiatrist with many years experience. Early on I did insight oriented (eclectic) psychotherapy and prescribed few medications. Now l use medications with psychotherapy, when it's helpful. I get great satisfaction from seeing a person's anxiety reduce, or their depression lift or self understanding grow. I am more interactive than many other psychiatrists, from what I hear. However it is essential to let people know I have understood them, and that requires dialogue. It's collaborative work. My goal is help people feel better, function better and learn skills needed to cope with their own problems.
(312) 698-3105
Evanston, Illinois 60202
Rose Gomez, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“I am a psychiatrist and addiction medicine specialist, board certified in both, who enjoys helping patients recover from everything from a mild depression to a complicated dual diagnoses, medically ill condition. I use many modalities of treatment including psychotherapy, psychopharmacotherapy and even the occasional hypnosis. I treat many professionals including physicians, attorneys, nurses and psychologists. I collaborate with EAPs, therapists, physicians and monitoring organizations whenever necessary. I take pride in what I do and have a pretty good tract record. Many of my patients refer their friends or loved ones to me and in some cases I have treated three generations.
(312) 756-0350
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Michael Swain, Psychiatrist  in Chicago
“People seek treatment, if not due to intense suffering, then perhaps due to a vague sense that happiness has eluded them. Everyone has problems of life. Psychotherapy can become an investment in working towards being more comfortable in your own skin. Though trained and experienced as a psychiatrist, I spend most of my time doing psychotherapy. I am available to do an evaluation to see what would work for you. Currently, my practice is open only to those seeking psychotherapy as well as any medication. Therapy would be once weekly.
(312) 544-0586
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Robin J Shapiro, Psychiatrist  in Highland Park
“I take time to get to know my patients and their concerns. Within the scope of general adult and child and adolescent psychiatry I offer evaluations, medication management, psychotherapy, family sessions and consultations, as well as school consultations and evaluations. I have a special interest in eating disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, and ADHD. My practice is open to other general psychiatric needs as well. I pride myself on getting to know my patients and their needs. I also routinely work with families to understand and cope with their loved one's illness. I use evidence based medicine and the most up to date practices.
(773) 669-5942
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
“We help youth with serious learning difficulties and psychiatric/neurological challenges such as lead exposure, violence brain injury. Attention Deficit and Anxiety disorders are further burdened by minimal or no timely or distance access to specialists. A flexible format allows our professionals to use strategies that are tailored to address each child's learning style, skills, interests, and needs.
(708) 315-2046
Oak Park, Illinois 60302
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Borderline Personality (BPD) Psychiatrists
Look here for help with borderline personality in Illinois (IL), BPD issues or for Illinois (IL) borderline personality disorder. BPD treatment or BPB counseling may include dialectical behavior therapy or DBT Psychiatrists in Illinois (IL)). DBT has been developed as a form of counseling specifically to treat BPD. Antidepressant drugs and mood stabilizers may be helpful for depressed and, or, labile mood. Antipsychotic drugs may also be used when there are distortions in thinking. See Borderline Personality. Try an Illinois (IL) BPD Psychiatrist, Illinois (IL) facility or Illinois (IL) treatment program. Psychiatrists also help with therapy for teenagers in Illinois (IL), or Illinois (IL) adults and seniors who suspect they have a borderline personality disorder.

About Psychiatrists, meds and Psychiatric Nurses.

A Psychiatrist in Illinois (IL) is a qualified medical doctor who specializes in treating mental health issues and diagnosable disorders.

Illinois (IL) Psychiatrists differ from other mental health professionals in that they may prescribe medication or psychotropics. Psychiatrists may conduct physical examinations, order and interpret lab tests and brain image scans, such as CT scans, CAT Scans and MRIs.

Some psychiatric practitioners in Illinois (IL) specialize in age groups (so check for Illinois (IL) child psychiatrists or adolescent psychiatrists in Illinois (IL)). Those who work with the elderly are called geriatric psychiatrists or geropsychiatrists.

Other related specialties include psychopharmacology (certain states license Psychopharmacologists), psychiatric genetics and neuroimaging.

Psychiatric nurses in Illinois (IL), or mental health nurses, specialize in nursing care for people with mental illness or mental distress. Illinois (IL) Psychiatric nurses receive training in psychological therapies (such as CBT), building therapeutic alliance with clients and dealing with challenging behavior. Importantly, they are trained to administer psychiatric medication (or 'psychiatric meds') and, in very limited ways, to prescribe meds.

Nurses monitor for side effects and responses to medical treatments and offer information on meds so that clients can make informed choices about their use.