Judith Schechtman, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., P.E.L.
Schaumburg, IL Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Have you wondered what life would be like if you were not depressed or anxious? Does your life seem out of control? Do you receive reports from teachers that our child has social, emotional and academic problems?
Judith Schechtman is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, who assists the client’s experiencing Depression, Anxiety, A.D.H.D., Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Academic Problems, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Communication Problems, Relationship Issues, and Family Problems. Judy meets clients where they are emotionally, providing a safe and supportive environment. She utilizes a strength-based approach, respecting cultural values, religious beliefs, and, family structure. Judy incorporates a number of therapies helping clients achieve a better life. Judy uses varying modalities of therapy, Cognitive Therapies, Psychotherapy, Family Systems Therapies, Problem Solving Therapy, and Brief Therapy. Judy is an eclectic therapist. Therapy depends upon the presenting problem. Clients identify goals that they want to achieve in therapy. Judy helps facilitate goal achievement. Judy assists clients to achieve self-confidence and peace within their environment. Therapy is client-focused respecting the Inherent dignity of each individual.
Judith Schechtman is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Professional Educator, with a Masters in Social Work from Loyola School of Social Work, Chicago. Judy has more than 20 years experience helping children, adolescents, and adults work through a wide range of life challenges.
Judith Schechtman’s specialties include:
- Suicide ideation
- Behavior Issues
- Oppositional Defiant Disorder
- Family Conflict
- Mental health disorders such as mood disorders, psychosis and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Types of Therapies
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Dialectic Behavioral Therapy
- Family Systems
- Motivation Interviewing.
Judith Schechtman sees adults, children (5 years and older), adolescents, families and groups and is available for appointments at the Schaumburg office.