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Dr. Becky Kalvelage-Roth

Dr. Becky Kalvelage-Roth

Psychologist & Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor

Dr. Becky Kalvelage-Roth, PsyD

Bradley Illinois psychologist & alcohol & drug abuse counselor

Dr. Becky Kalvelage-Roth is a clinical psychologist and a certified alcohol and drug abuse counselor. She is a 2005 graduate of DePaul University and a 2011 graduate of The Adler School of Professional Psychology.

Over the past 10 years, Dr. Roth has worked with victims of domestic violence, sex offenders and victims, and adolescent and adult males in a prison setting. She has developed programs for grief and loss, parenting, and domestic violence. Additionally she also works with anger issues, anxiety, depression, personality disorders, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic disorder, pain management through biofeedback, and issues surrounding the aging population in assisted living and nursing homes.

Dr. Becky Kalvelage-Roth specializes in alcohol and drug abuse and domestic violence counseling.

Call (888) 870-1775 to make an appointment with Dr. Becky Kalvelage-Roth.

Dr. Roth’s work is based upon Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Adlerian Psychology, Motivational Psychology, and the Gottman & Gottman’s Model for Couples Therapy. She focuses on better mental health through physical and mental wellness and provides a holistic approach to mental health issues by looking at not only the individual’s personal beliefs but also their environment and biology.

Dr. Roth is available for appointments at the Bradley Illinois office in South Chicago.

Make an appointment today by calling us on (888) 870-1775 or by filling out our Contact Form.

AGES: Children (12 years upwards) ~ Teens ~ Adults ~ Couples ~ LGBTQ ~ Victims of Domestic Violence ~ Abusers of Domestic Violence ~ TBI
SPECIALTIES: Addiction ~ ADD/ADHD ~ Adjustment Disorders ~ Anger Management ~ Anxiety ~ Depression ~ Divorce ~ Eating Disorders ~ Grief and Loss ~ Learning Disabilities ~ Pregnancy ~ Postpartum ~ Premarital & Marital Counseling ~ PTSD ~ Relationship Issues ~ Self-Harming ~ Severe Mental Illness (e.g. Bipolar) ~ Stress Management ~ Sex Offenders ~ Spirituality ~ Suicidal / Homicidal Thoughts ~ Trauma and Abuse ~ Weight Loss ~ Work Life Stress / Transitions
METHODS: Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) ~ Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) ~ Brief Therapy ~ Gottman Method ~ Mindfulness ~ Psychodynamic Therapy ~ Existential ~ Motivational Interviewing ~ Person-Centered ~ Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)