Marriage counseling that Heals in Wilmette, IL. Restore Your Relationship.

Speak with the right marriage therapist in Wilmette. Real help for issues like separation, communication, infidelity, and finances.


Marriage Counselor

Mary Lynn Meyers, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

1167 Wilmette Avenue Suite 207, Wilmette, Illinois

If you are struggling in a close relationship with conflict, distance and/or withdrawal, or feel that there is no longer an emotional connection with your partner it can be helpful to work with a therapist. It is not just as easy as how the two of you communicate.

Marriage Counselor

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

A healthy marriage takes work. Therapy will reach the heart of the issues and begin the process of restoration. Recovery by effective communication and other techniques can reignite connection! Let's being anew.

Marriage Counselor

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. treats relationship / marital problems directly in the environment in which these problems usually start - the home. We believe that this type of targeted treatment in the home is the most effective way to improve marriage and family problems.


Related Sites:
City of Wilmette
Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association

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Here in lush Wilmette, IL, families can go swimming in one of the great lakes, because Wilmette has park acreage that goes right along Lake Michigan. The family could picnic on the beach and in the park, both at once. The place is called Gillson Park, and it has 60 acres of beach front property that is perfect for volleyball, wading, dog walking, and a lot of other fun, warm-season activities.1 If the beach isn't your idea of fun, how about the Wilmette Historical Museum? Don't let teenagers shy away at the door, just because the name of the museum has the word history in it. The museum's exciting exhibits include Asian Games: the Art of the Contest. Who knew chess and dominoes originated in Asia? After seeing this collection, everyone in the family, from elementary age on up, will go away fascinated.

Marriage and Family Mental Health in Wilmette

LIFT is a Chicago-based organization focused on helping people escape poverty. Advocates are paired with local families to guide and direct them through the process of becoming financially self-sustaining and independent. Advocates also help families build skills that instill confidence, so they can adequately manage life's challenges. The agency also seeks to develop a support network of friends, families, and community leaders so families have an effective support system in place should tough times occur in the future. Call 773-303-0700 to find out more about LIFT's programs.2

The North Shore Senior Center is a great place for older family members to learn new skills, enjoy social time with other seniors, and engage in recreational activities. The fitness center provides many exercise options so seniors can keep their bodies strong. The lending library, music room, and technology center all offer options to keep minds sharp. Emotional support can also be found at the center, where trained staff can help guide and direct seniors through difficult times. For further details, contact the center at 847-784-6000.3

Keeping children, teenagers, and adult family members engaged in physical activity not only has medical benefits but social, emotional, and psychological benefits as well. Better mood, reduced anxiety, and improved self-esteem are just a few mental health benefits of exercise.4 The Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association has developed fun and challenging programs that allow individuals to compete while developing positive communication skills, appreciation for others, and enhanced social functioning. Programs are available for all members of the family. To inquire about specific events, call 847-509-9400.5

Family Services and Assistance Programs

Families that require assistive services to overcome life's obstacles can find information and resources through the Village of Wilmette. The village's Police Social Worker is available to support families in times of grief and great stress, such as in cases of abuse or neglect. The social worker will also respond to family concerns about an elderly family member to ensure their loved one is safe and secure. The office works with other vital city departments to ensure the holistic needs of families are met in a timely manner. Many other services are available. Call 847-853-7566 for additional information.6


References

1. Wilmette Park District. (2017). Gillson Park. Retrieved from http://www.wilmettepark.org/lakefront/gillson-park
2. LIFT. (2017). Our Approach. Retrieved from http://www.liftcommunities.org/about/approach
3. North Shore Senior Center. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from https://www.nssc.org/
4. Mayo Clinic. (2017). Depression and Anxiety: Exercise Eases Symptoms. Retrieved from http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/depression/in-depth/depression-and-exercise/art-20046495
5. Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association. (2016). Programs. Retrieved from http://www.nssra.org/programs/
6. Village of Wilmette. (2017). Social Services. Retrieved from http://www.wilmette.com/departments/police/socialservices.aspx

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. .


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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