We strive to help each individual, couple and family:

        • develop a healthier emotional well-being

        • increase positive interactions

        • reduce negative and unhealthy behaviors

        • promote a healthy balanced lifestyle

        • develop and implement healthy coping skills

        • promote a healthy family system


Groups starting this spring:

Teen Grief Group – Ages 13-17 |  Tuesdays 6:00 – 7:00

Children’s Social Skills – Ages 5-8 |  Wednesdays 5:00-6:00

Children’s Social Skills – Ages 9-12 | Wednesdays 6:00 – 7:00

Teen Art Group – Ages 13-17 | Thursdays 6:00 – 7:30



We offer Early Intervention psychotherapy services to children ages birth to three in the state of Illinois.
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Our counselors use developmentally appropriate practices and interventions through a child’s language of play. Our counselors utilize play therapy to address the emotional, social, and behavioral needs of children.
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Adolescence is a wonderful yet chaotic time in a person’s development. Perceptions of self are anchored in adolescence and build the foundation for emotional health.
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Adults often find that therapy gives them a new perspective of their problems, enriches their personal development, improves their relationships, and alleviates some of the challenges of their daily life.
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Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is for those who wish to improve their quality of life. It is a process through which individuals work one-on-one with a trained counselor in a safe, compassionate, and confidential environment.
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Family Therapy

The power of positive interactions among family members is foundational for emotional health and development of the individual within the family system.
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Couple’s Therapy

The counselors at HOPE are committed to working with many dynamics of a couple’s relationship.
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Group Therapy

Group therapy addresses fears, assists with feelings of being alone and provides emotional support which can often be more powerful when there is a group of people experiencing the same struggles.
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