COVID-19 Update

We remain open for all of current clients and welcome incoming clients that would like to schedule an intake appointment. Our appointments are virtual at this time, per the CDC recommendations. We will resume in-office appointments once we are able to, and you are welcome to transition into an in-office visit at that time. If you have insurance questions regarding telehealth, please give us a call, email, or text and we would be happy to look into your benefits; most major insurers are covering telehealth services as the pandemic continues.

Some of our incoming clients are interested in working through anxiety, sadness, and concerns about the personal and global impact of the pandemic. Others are seeking support in dealing with needs that were pre-exisiting. We are here to help support anyone seeking services, regardless of insurance status and needs. We truly believe we are all in this together and want to support the local and national efforts to work as a community. Please reach out if we can be of help and/or connect you to additional resources. We strive to respond to all inquiries as quickly as possible.

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additional information

We want to ensure all of our clients’ needs are met when they come in for their appointments, in between appointments, and upon completion of their therapy. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about usage of your insurance. We will also provide you with resources, both logistical and reading/listening materials, as needed or requested. Some of our clients have more logistical and resource-based questions about care management needs, we are happy to assist with those needs as well. All of our therapists are trained in case management and have worked in community and hospital-based settings. Please let your therapist know how we can best support you.

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insurance information

We are considered to be in network providers for the following insurances:

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO
  • Blue Choice, Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Aetna
  • Medicare
  • Psych Health- sites 145, 318, 483, 488, and 492

We also accept clients who choose to pay for their sessions privately. For those who are out of network, should you choose to do so, we will submit your claims to your insurance as an out of network benefit on your behalf to eliminate extra paperwork for you.

Not sure about your benefits? We would be happy to look them up for you and offer you a quote- in or out of network. If you have any questions about your insurance benefits, out of network benefits, and/or session fees, please contact us directly via phone or email.

Please note that our office is handicapped/wheelchair accessible and offers parking on site.

telehealth virtual appointments

In order to meet the ongoing needs surrounding the environmental, workplace, and lifestyle changes in our clients’ lives, we offer virtual appointments- both video and phone- to all clients interested in these appointments. Many of our clients find themselves busy at work or home, traveling often, limited by disabilities, and/or transitioning through COVID. As such, we offer the flexibility to engage with and meet our therapists at a time, day, and location that works best for each individual’s or couples’ needs. These services are generally covered by insurance and enable all individuals to connect to a therapist in a manner that is easily accessible to them.

We are licensed to see clients for virtual appointments in Illinois, Colorado, Georgia, Washington, Wisconsin and Florida. If your state is not listed, please reach out to us to obtain more information about how we can best meet your needs.

Our virtual appointments utilize the HIPAA compliant Doxy app which can be accessed via your computer or smart phone. We will provide you with all the information needed to access us for virtual appointments.

books & podcasts we like

Our staff will often recommend and provide additional reading, articles, or other resources that we believe may benefit our clients. We will be happy to provide you with additional resources, tailored specifically to your needs. We also love reading and learning new things, so we maintain an extensive list of resources. You will find many of our favorite resources below.


Stress management and mindfulness

Mindful: Taking Time for What Matters: website about general overview of mindfulness

Simple Habit: subscription based app; we like the “on the go” tab best, which can be used without a subscription

Calm: subscription based app

Tiny Beautiful Things: book, general ‘go to’ for help getting through life’s challenges

Meditation Oasis: wide variety of guided meditations

The Mindful Way through Depression: book

Full Catastrophe Living: book

Count Things: app for mindful awareness & tracking of habits


The Seven Principles to Making Marriage Work: book

Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay: book

Mend: break-up self care app; more about Mend here

Maybe Baby : book about decision making and family planning

And Baby Makes Three: book about preserving intimacy after baby arrives

Scary Mommy: website about a variety of topics related to family planning and parenting

ADDitude: Inside the ADHD Brain: website about relationships and management of ADHD

Neurological conditions and chronic illness

POTS: general POTS information and support

ALS: national ALS : local Chicago chapter

MS: national MS: local Illinois chapter

Parkinson’s : national Parkinson’s: local Illinois Chapter

Go Wish: Care planning conversation and talking points

Sleep apps

Sleep Cycle : sleeping tracking and alarm clock

Pillow: Smart sleep tracking: sleep tracking

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