Kyle R. Steinke, MA

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Kyle R. Steinke, MA | Depth Counseling

✔️ Currently accepting new patients

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OFFICE

Telehealth

122 South Michigan Ave, Suite 1441
Chicago, IL 60603

specialties

  • Anger
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  • Anxiety
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  • Artists
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  • Bipolar Disorder
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  • Body Image/Disordered Eating
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  • Borderline Personality (BPD)
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  • Career
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  • Chronic Illness
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  • Depression
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  • Emerging Adults
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  • Emotional Disturbance
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  • Existential Concerns
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  • Family Issues
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  • Gender/Sexuality
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  • Grief/Loss
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  • Identity
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  • Infidelity
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  • LGBTQIA+
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  • Life Transitions
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  • Men's Issues
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  • Military Veterans
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  • Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD)
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  • Obesity
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  • Peer Relationships
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  • Personality Disorders
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  • Relationships/Attachment
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  • Self-Esteem
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  • Self-Harm
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  • Sexual Abuse
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  • Sexual Addiction
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  • Sexuality
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  • Social Anxiety
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  • Stress
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  • Substance Use/Addiction
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  • Suicidal Ideation
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  • Transgender
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  • Trauma Informed Therapy
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  • Trauma/PTSD
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  • Young Adults

About

Therapy is a place to confront difficult feelings, memories, and experiences, which occurred in the past and how they can come up in the present. Therapy provides a non-judgmental, curious space in which we can explore your feelings and thoughts in ways that are difficult to do in the fast-paced, ‘outside’ world. I seek to create a space, with you, in which we can slow down, accept, and process events which might be weighing on you, and understand patterns in your life which could contribute to feeling stuck, sad, or anxious. These patterns are often helpful things learned from the past which worked in certain situations but perhaps don’t work currently. After understanding the origins and functions of these patterns, we can begin to explore what new ways of responding might look like. These could be patterns in work, romantic relationships, friendships, jobs, social activities, families, or life in general. I would welcome meeting with you and learning how I can help.

Qualifications

MA, The Institute for Clinical Social Work, Clinical Counseling and Psychotherapy

BA, Bucknell University, Philosophy

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