Counseling in Wilmette, IL. Find the Right Therapist.

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Mary Lynn Meyers, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

1167 Wilmette Avenue Suite 207, Wilmette, Illinois

My approach in therapy is open, explorational, mindful, warm and genuine. I use family systems theory, mindfulness practices, positive psychology and even humor, when appropriate, in an integrative manner to help you increase your insight into the issues you are facing.

Home Psych Services, P.C.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist / Company President

800 E. Northwest Highway, Suite 106-B, Mount Prospect, Illinois

Home Psych Services, P.C. offers the full spectrum of behavioral healthcare in the comfort, safety, and convenience of your home. We offer individual and family psychotherapy, psychological testing, and medication management.

Life Synergy, LLC, LCPC, CADC, NCC, BCC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor, National Certified Counselor, Board Certified Coach

Available for Online Therapy

Life Synergy is a warm, safe haven for individuals of all ages to enhance their overall well-being. Each counselor holds a specialty that embraces life challenges in today's busy world. We are a group of passionate and compassionate therapists with open hearts!

Marilyn Fettner, LCPC, MCC, NCC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Life is hard. Sometimes you just need someone to listen, without judgment. I want to understand what you need to be different, whether in your career or personal life. I offer practical strategies to cope with challenges, feel better and make positive life changes.


Related Sites:
City of Wilmette
Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association

Therapy Wilmette, IL

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When parents in Wilmette, IL go searching for just the right school for their child to attend, whether the child is elementary age or teenage, education is important. And in this small city of less than 30,000, Wilmette has plenty of public schools to choose from, which is a good thing. But if someone wishes to attend a private school, there are many to choose from in Wilmette and the surrounding communities. Schools such as the Timothy Christian High School, located in Elmhurst, IL, is an excellent option. Not all learning is done at school, though. The well-stocked library in Wilmette has classes like Introduction to Microsoft Word. Another offering is the Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book Discussion for youngsters. Explorer programs for preschoolers teach about art, science, and more.1

Mental Health in Wilmette

The New Foundation Center offers many programs and services to assist the mentally ill in their pursuit of recovery and good mental health. The agency provides employment assistance so individuals can maintain a financially stable lifestyle. Help finding safe, affordable housing is available as well. The agency also promotes the acquisition of life and social skills as part of the many educational programs they offer. Numerous other services are available as well. Call 847-501-2939 for further details.2

Living with a mental illness can be made easier by having a safe environment in which to talk about one's feelings and experiences. Chicago's North Shore ADHD Support Group is a great place for individuals and their families to discuss their successes and their failures as they work to manage their ADHD symptoms. Groups are facilitated by trained clinicians, many of whom have parented a child with ADHD themselves. Details about local events and resources are often shared as well.3 Another great resource is the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance of Greater Chicago. The organization is heavily involved in educating the public about these disorders in order to promote understanding and reduce stigma. Individuals who live with depression or bipolar disorder can benefit from the wide range of resources the organization offers, from educational materials to support groups. Groups meet on an ongoing basis at a number of locations throughout the Chicago area. More information can be obtained by calling 773-465-3280.4

Current Education

There are many resources available for parents who choose to educate their children at home. The Illinois State Board of Education provides a wealth of information about parents' rights and responsibilities with regard to educating their child. The Homeschool Resource Center connects parents with other homeschool families as well as local resources to help supplement their child's education. The Chicago and Illinois Homeschool Expo offers many educational materials, support programs, and curriculum ideas as well. For information about these resources, or to find out how to begin the homeschooling process, call 217-782-4321.5


References

1. Wilmette Public Library. (2017). Kids Events. Retrieved from http://www.wilmette.lib.il.us/events/kidsevents
2. New Foundation Center. (2017). Program. Retrieved from http://www.newfoundationcenter.org/program.php
3. Chicago North Shore ADHD Support Group. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.nsadhd.org/
4. Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance of Greater Chicago. (2017). Programs. Retrieved from http://www.dbsa-gc.org/Programs.html
5. Illinois State Board of Education. (2017). Illinois Home Schooling. Retrieved from http://www.isbe.state.il.us/%5C/HomeSchool/default.htm

Wilmette is located in Cook County, Illinois. It has a land area of 5.40 square miles and a water area of 0.00 square miles.  The population of Wilmette is 27,413 people with 9,515 households and a median annual income of $132,110. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Wilmette, IL

Widely Affordable

Licensed, professional counseling in Wilmette is considered widely accessible by the majority of people who live here and budget is often not a concern for mental health treatment