LCSW Supervision in Chicago, IL 60623

Carlos Cantu Verified

Clinical Social Work-Therapist, Counselor, LCSW Clinical Supervisor


Carlos Cantu


Contact Information


53 W. Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60604

Chicago, IL 60623



Years in Practice:20
School: UIC
Year Graduated: 2006


License #: 149015533

License State: IL

License Expiration: 03/12/2013




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$60 individual
$45 group
A supervisee will need at least 3 individual supervision sessions and more can always be offered.




Over 20 years of practice, providing individual, couples and family psychotherapy, ( bilingual bicultural ). Carlos Cantu specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression, ADHD, anger, and trauma.

As a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist, his treatment approach provides support and practical feedback to help clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. With sensitivity and compassion, clients find solutions to life challenges.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in clinical Psychology from Mexico and a Masters of Social Work degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). He is an IL Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

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Treatment Approach

• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

• Existential

• Family Systems Therapy

• Gestalt

• Interpersonal

• Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy

• Psychoanalytic

• Solution Focused Brief Therapy


Treatment Modality

• Couples

• Family

• Group

• Individuals


Sex Gender

• Bisexual Issues

• Gay Issues

• Lesbian Issues

• Transsexual Issues


Mental Health

• Bipolar Disorder

• Dissociative Disorders

• Elderly Persons Disorders

• Impulse Control Disorders

• Mood Disorders

• Personality Disorders

• Psychotic Disorders

• Thinking Disorders



• Academic Underachievement

• Anger Management

• Antisocial Personality

• Attention Deficit

• Autism

• Behavioral issues

• Borderline Personality

• Career Counseling

• Coping skills

• Depression

• Developmental Disorders

• Divorce

• Domestic Abuse

• Domestic Violence

• Dual Diagnosis

• Emotional Disturbance

• Learning Disabilities

• Loss or Grief

• Parenting

• Relationship issues

• Self Esteem

• Self Harming

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