Dr. Manisha Dayal - Psychologist, Counselor/Therapist, Hypnotherapist, Marriage and Family Therapist, Marriage Educator, Marriage/Couples Counselor, Speaker/Presenter - Chicago , IL
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Dr. Manisha Dayal (PsyD)

Psychologist

Contact information

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Phone 773-880-1390

Fax: 773-733-4638

1300 W. Belmont #407

Chicago , IL Show on map

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Articles

A Mom's Biggest Struggle: Letting Go When Your Kid Grows Up

One day after school, my then 9-year-old son told me not to kiss him in front of a huge group of kids. At first, I didn't understand. He said that it was OK to kiss him at home in front of family and even at the bus stop where there were other kids, but not in a large group in front of all of his ...

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What's Up with Sexualized Clothing for Girls?

When my daughter was in first grade, I was at a department store buying some pants for my then 6-year-old daughter. As I was looking around, I was astounded at the amount of inappropriate clothing that exists for young girls. There was clothing that was outrageously shiny, clubbing wear, t-shirts with ...

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"You Look Like Sharon Stone"

When I was in graduate school one of my fellow students told me at a social gathering that I looked like Sharon Stone. SHARON STONE???!!! Now don’t get me wrong. I think Sharon Stone is gorgeous, talented, and has a body to die for. Why shouldn’t this be the best compliment I have ever received? ...

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Gandhi vs. ET

With all of the recent incidents of bullying, I am recollecting some of my own experiences of it. It evokes a myriad of feelings and it is for this very reason, that it has taken me weeks to write this particular piece. For me, my belief is that sharing can be an important part of the human experience, it helps ...

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Are We Raising Bystanders?

Recently several incidents have occurred in the media and to people whom I know and it is making me ponder upon the issue of us, as people, being bystanders. As a human race, do we have the courage that it takes to step up and do something when we see injustice occurring? The bystander effects refers to the ...

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Dr. Manisha Dayal

Quick Stats

Main Specialty:

Couples/Marital Issues

Multicultural Concerns

Post Traumatic Stress / Trauma

Credentials:

PsyD

Time in Practice:

10 years +

I practice in:

My state/province only

Additional Expertise:

Counselor/Therapist

Hypnotherapist

Marriage and Family Therapist

Marriage Educator

Marriage/Couples Counselor

Speaker/Presenter

I offer my services:

At my office

Telephone

By Email

Via Skype

I am fluent in:

Other, please inquire

Licence information:

Expiration 2/9/14
Number 071005780

Articles by Dr. Manisha Dayal
Parenting: How To Let Go When Your Kid Grows Up

A Mom's Biggest Struggle: Letting Go When Your Kid Grows Up

I knew I would have to let my little boy grow up — I just didn't expect it so soon.

Brain

What's Up with Sexualized Clothing for Girls?

When my daughter was in first grade, I was at a department store buying some pants for my ...

Psychology

"You Look Like Sharon Stone"

When I was in graduate school one of my fellow students told me at a social gathering that I ...

Hand Shake

Gandhi vs. ET

With all of the recent incidents of bullying, I am recollecting some of my own experiences of ...

Quiet

Are We Raising Bystanders?

Recently several incidents have occurred in the media and to people whom I know and it is ...

Dr. Manisha Dayal

All Specialties

Abandonment, Aging & Geriatric Issues, Anxiety Issues, Blended Family Issues, Body Image, Codependency, Control Issues, Couples/Marital Issues, Dating/Being Single Support, Deception, Depression, Divorce/Divorce Prevention, Domestic Abuse, Empowering Men, Empowering Women, Emptiness, Engagement, Family Support, Fertility Issues, Forgiveness, Grief, Loss, & Bereavement, Health/Wellness, Infertility, Infidelity / Affair Recovery, LGBT Issues (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender), Life Transitions, Marriage, Men's Issues, Midlife Crisis, Mood Swings, Multicultural Concerns, Parenting, Post Traumatic Stress / Trauma, Self-Esteem, Spiritual, Stress Management, Suicide, Trust Issues, Wellness, Workplace Issues, Worry