Beginning therapy, counseling, or consultation with a mental health professional is a highly personal decision. Therapists in Chicago are abundant but choosing the right psychologist or counselor can be overwhelming. Therapy is not just for people who are certain that they have depression, anxiety, panic, addictions, or other psychological disorders. Therapy is for anyone who is struggling in their life or in need of help with the challenges they face. 



Dr. Jason Hacker is an experienced psychologist and therapist having trained in Chicago at Advocate Behavioral Health, Loyola University Chicago, and DePaul University. He has experience in private practice and as a staff psychologist at American University Counseling Center. Dr. Hacker is currently in private practice full time in Chicago. His approach to therapy is well suited to help address mental health concerns, build coping skills, explore beliefs about yourself and others, and tackle issues that keep popping up at crucial times in your life. 

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Jason Hacker Ph.D. Therapy and Psychological Services LLC is located in the center of the loop in downtown Chicago at 22 W. Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois 60602.

The office location is convenient to the Washington/Wabash stop on the Loop, the Lake Red Line stop, the Washington Blue Line stop, and the Metra Station. The office is professional and comfortable with large windows and a great view of the city.  

Getting started is easy. Call 312.925.6330 for a brief phone consultation or send an email to inquire about scheduling a first appointment.

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Dr. Hacker provides therapy for adults and adolescents with diverse backgrounds and places a strong emphasis on helping clients make the changes they desire while respecting their beliefs and values.

*  Anxiety and avoidance
*  Alcoholism and substance abuse
*  Excessive Internet and video game use
*  Depression in men, anxiety in men
*  Relationship issues
*  Anger and irritability
*  Adolescent academic or social issues
*  College and graduate students
*  Older adults

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