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Kevin Fleming Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

Winnetka, Illinois

Grey Matters Intl & Dr. Kevin Fleming(cited expert for NY Times, CNN, Fortune, Sporting News)is all about bold thinking & neuroscience innovation in getting mood/behavior change when shrinking,feel good self-help, and pills aren't cutting it. Indiv/couples/family.

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!

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Winnetka, Illinois

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Related Sites:
City of Winnetka
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Therapy Winnetka, IL

Counseling Glencoe, Northfield, Northbrook, Glenview, Keliworth, Wilmette

Families in Winnetka, IL find that living in a small city has its benefits, like getting to know your neighbors. The schools in Winnetka work actively with schools in other cities, keeping the children of Winnetka well rounded. Yet their city is still small enough that, on the school schedule, they list birthday parties as school events. Because Winnetka is so close to Chicago, anything that can't be found in Winnetka isn't very far away. That's especially comforting when raising a teenager. When it comes to beauty, Winnetka can't be beat. With tree-lined streets, and forest preserve land within the city limits,1 Winnetka is a great place for families to make memories as they grow up.

Mental Health in Winnetka

To address concerns regarding teen depression and suicide, Erika's Lighthouse offers numerous educational programs for school-aged children, their parents, and teachers. The Red Flags Program teaches middle school students about the signs and symptoms of depression and how to seek help if they are concerned about a friend. Teachers benefit from the program as well, by learning effective intervention strategies for reducing stigma that surrounds mental illness. Parents can learn about depression in the Parent Handbook, which was written by parents of children who have suffered from depression. Contact Erika's Lighthouse at 847-386-6481 to find out more about their services.2

The Samaritan Counseling Center and Kenilworth Union Church recently launched a cooperative group to support people in grief. The Exploring Grief Group provides social and emotional support for the bereaved as well as educational materials to inform group members about the grieving process. All groups are confidential, free to the public, and facilitated by a licensed clinician. Call 847-251-4272 for additional information.3

The primary mission of the Lakeshore Unitarian Society is to promote social justice in order to create an accepting and open-minded community. The society supports the fight for marriage equality in Illinois and participates in advocacy efforts to work toward that goal. Society volunteers also engage in outreach programs to meet the needs of the area's homeless population. Meals are provided to people living on the streets, as are hygiene products and warm clothing for cold winter nights. By supporting the mental, physical, and spiritual needs of each segment of the population, the society makes Winnetka a better place to live for all. To inquire about these services, call 847-807-5787.4

Current Initiatives

The Interfaith Mental Health Coalition has undertaken an initiative to raise awareness about mental illness in the Winnetka area. Educational and outreach programs provide valuable information about signs and symptoms associated with common mental illnesses. Trainings are also available for local clergy so they can more appropriately provide assistance to the mentally ill. The initiative additionally seeks to bring various faith communities together to build cooperation and support for local mental health services. By getting the community involved in these programs, the initiative helps promote acceptance and understanding of individuals who live with mental illness.5


References

1. Village of Winnetka. (2017). Things To Do. Retrieved from http://www.villageofwinnetka.org/visitors/things-to-do/
2. Erika's Lighthouse. (2017). About. Retrieved from http://erikaslighthouse.org/About/
3. Samaritan Counseling Center. (2017). Exploring Grief Group. Retrieved from http://www.northshoresamaritan.org/#!events/cayu
4. Lakeshore Unitarian Society. (2016). Social Justice. Retrieved from http://lakeshoreunitarian.org/social-justice/
5. Interfaith Mental Health Coalition. (2016). Current Initiatives. Retrieved from http://www.interfaithmhc.org/current-intiatives

Winnetka is located in Cook County, Illinois. It has a land area of 3.80 square miles and a water area of 0.08 square miles.  The population of Winnetka is 12,472 people with 3,989 households and a median annual income of $211,773. .


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Professional, private counseling in Winnetka is extremely affordable for nearly everyone. This area ranks among the top of income earners for the entire nation and therfore hiring a therapist is not a financial issue for most people living here