We welcome people of all races, ethnic groups, religions, genders, sexual orientations, and abilities.
Whether you are a trauma survivor, or coming in for support around other life challenges, we understand that the decision to enter therapy is an important one. There are many factors to consider in creating a successful and supportive process.
We are committed to helping those who have the courage to seek therapy.
The first step toward starting counseling with us is to call our intake counselor. We will speak with you about your counseling needs, discuss appointment times and fees with you, and try to make a good fit with one of our therapists.
The therapy process is not always easy. It requires commitment from both the client and the therapist.
Our therapists offer respect, presence, compassion and mutuality. We will listen carefully and counseling will proceed at a collaborative pace.
Our areas of specialty include:
- Relational Trauma
- Sexual Abuse
- Identity Issues
- Relationship Difficulties
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Complex PTSD
- Depression and Anxiety
- Body Image and Esteem Issues
- Grief, Loss and Complicated Grief
- Mind-Body Healing
- Sexuality and Sexual Identity
- Trust and Intimacy
- Non-Traditional Families
- School Difficulties
- Life Transitions
- Dissociative Disorders
- Eating Disorders
For questions or to discuss an initial appointment, please contact our intake counselor, Jan Smallwood, MS.ED, LCPC, CADC, at 847-475-7003 x 10, or email her at [email protected]
We look forward to having the opportunity to work with you.