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Jessica has worked for years with adults and adolescents with chronic mental health disorders, as well as adjustment and grief issues. She meets with families, couples, and individuals. Jessica is passionate about assisting adolescents in navigating the transitional teenage years, and has experience treating teens struggling with self-injury. She also enjoys working with children and adults with profound trauma experiences. She believes that faith and family systems profoundly impact ability to heal, and walks with clients in their journeys toward fostering growth within these systems.
Her work as a therapist is as witness to pain, supporter, educator, and collaborator. She completed her Master of Social Work degree with an emphasis on mental health at University of Illinois at Chicago.
Jessica is available to speak on a variety of topics, including bipolar disorder, interpersonal effectiveness, and supporting family members with chronic mental illness. Matthew is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor working with pre-adolescents, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. He began working in the mental health field in His most typical interventions are grounded in cognitive and behavioral techniques, systemic thinking model, strength based approach and faith based principles. Matthew approaches counseling from the perspective that life is a personal, and at times, painful journey.
What a person encounters in life helps to shape them.
How one perceives and bridges the gap between what is expected and the reality of the actual outcome is what therapy addresses and where it can be very beneficial. Kim is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who works with individuals, couples and families. She has worked with a wide variety of issues including different mood disorders such as unipolar and bipolar depression. She has experience working with anxiety, addictions, codependency, eating disorders, self-harm and trauma.
Kim has worked inpatient residential and in state hospital settings. She is certified in Psychiatric Rehabilitation and understands severe mental health issues. She has ministry experience working with women through fitness as she believes that the body, mind and spirit work together. Kim has life experiences understanding empty nesters and post-menopausal women. Through a holistic approach she meets the client where they presently are.
Her theory is based in the cognitive behavior approach and draws from the dialectal behavioral therapy paradigm. Kim believes we all have a purpose and that life is about having balance. By letting go and letting God, one can live life to their fullest potential. She is passionate about working with mental health and removing the stigma. Behavioral and mental health, like physical health, needs to be taken care of.
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He has counseled adolescents, adults, couples, and families on a variety of issues since in both private practice and the community mental health system. Expertise and interests include helping individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, sexuality concerns, life transitions, parenting, marriage, family particularly with teens and couples counseling. Greg values the important role faith plays in an individual's journey towards wholeness and attempts to integrate the spiritual whenever possible. Greg is available to make presentations to schools, church groups, and other organizations on a variety of topics, especially those related to men, families, and teens, including In and Of the World Parenting: Know the Difference!
Shawna is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been working in the field of social work for over 10 years. Shawna has worked in a variety of different settings including residential treatment centers, hospitals, home healthcare, and hospice. Shawna takes a collaborative and supportive approach with her clients while allowing the Holy Spirit to guide her in her work. Shawna is passionate about working with individuals, couples, and families on a variety of issues including grief, depression, anxiety, life transitions, and caregiver distress.
Shawna has a special interest in working with military veterans and individuals affected with PTSD. In addition, Shawna enjoys working with elderly populations and is a Certified Dementia Practitioner. With this certification Shawna is able with permission from the client to work closely with individuals, families, and caregivers to improve quality of life by enhancing understanding of the disease process and share helpful tools and techniques to improve quality of care.
Shawna would like her clients to know that therapy is an important part of self-care and will utilize it whenever there is a need. Shawna received her MSW from Governors State University with an emphasis in children and families and is a Kott Gerontology Scholar recipient for her passion for working with older adult populations. For over thirty years Lynne has been working as a marriage and family therapist to facilitate God's healing of individuals, families, and marriages. She has considerable experience working with people who have experienced childhood trauma and those who are encountering issues of death and loss, parenting, divorce, step-families, and counseling for post-abortive women.
Lynne is available for pre-marital as well as marital and family counseling. Additionally, she completed a two-year postgraduate training program in marriage and family therapy. Shelton is an Illinois Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 10 years of experience working with individuals with an intellectual disability. Stephanie has experience working with children, adolescents and adults from a variety of backgrounds. Stephanie seeks to help individuals on their journey towards wholeness and healing. Her greatest reward as a therapist is to empower her clients to find their strengths and move their lives in the direction they desire.
She believes in a holistic approach to health; that all components of ones' life are interrelated. She provides a safe, nonjudgmental environment where clients can be themselves without fear of rejection. Cicely is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has a passion for seeing others understand their worth and for reaching those who feel forgotten. As a leader at her church she has met many people who are lonely, hopeless, and hurting. They are the reason she pursued an education and a career in counseling. She wanted to be better equipped to help them and bring them a sense of hope.
It is her hope that she can help church leaders avoid burn out and guide them through any pain or confusion that has settled in. Rachael has worked with youth, adults, and families in both inpatient and outpatient settings for the past 5 years. She believes that wellness is a holistic process and involves body, mind, and spirit.
Rachael has a passion for client-focused care and works to empower each individual she works with to be an active participant in their healing journey. Jerrod Tillotson is an Associate Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist providing therapy for individuals, couples, and families from a systemic and biblically oriented approach. As a former youth pastor, Jerrod has a unique perspective and understanding of adolescents, families, young adults, those in ministry and the struggles they all face.
He is passionate about helping people further discover their value, identity, and purpose in light of who they were made to be.