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If you or a loved one live in the Naperville area and are experiencing depression or anxiety, marital dissatisfaction, behavioral and learning problems, substance abuse, PTSD, or simply feel the need to speak to a counselor, we’re here to help. You’re not alone – our therapists are highly qualified and ready to help at a time that is convenient for you.
Our Naperville office is located at 1560 Wall St. Suite 204 Naperville, IL 60563. Feel free to schedule an appointment online or call us today at (888) 345-3561 to ask us any questions you may have about your first counseling session. We are here to make sure our patients are provided with the highest quality of compassionate care, in complete confidentiality.
At Great Lakes Psychology Group, we accept a wide range of insurance plans, will get you scheduled the same day you call, have evening and weekend appointments available and a variety of highly-trained therapists to choose from.
Contact us today, and we will help you get started on the road to a better you.
Depression interferes with daily life and causes pain for both the individual affected and the loved ones of that individual.
Anxiety is a condition that plagues many people yet often goes unnoticed, undiagnosed, and untreated.
ADD and ADHD can hold you back and negatively impact many areas of life such as school, work, and relationships.
Negative habits impact an individual’s social, occupational, and personal life as well as their physical and mental health.
Stress is the result of frustration, anger, or anxiousness over a particular situation and usually caused by something we feel we have no control over.
Eating Disorders affect the body physically, mentally, and emotionally and can become very destructive if they are not identified and treated properly.
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