Counseling in Naperville

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Whether you’d like to use insurance or pay out-of-pocket for your counseling services, our payment plan options ensure that you get the help you need as soon as possible.

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.

Great Lakes Psychology Group
1560 Wall St, Suite 204
Naperville, IL 60563

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RaShanda Will,MS,LCPCRead More

Rashanda Will

I believe that life is a journey with ups and downs that we must face and work through”. When working with people who desire to make changes it is important that the therapist provides a safe, trusting, and supportive environment. I will ensure that I provide confidentiality, a nonjudgmental approach, empathy, and a positive regard. As a therapist, I take on a collaborative approach where we work together for solutions. I will act as a guide and provide you with skills to learn how to better cope and face life’s challenges. It is my hope that through counseling clients will gain better insight, reduce stress, improve resiliency, learn how to manage and alleviate symptoms, and live life more consciously to have better physical & emotional wellness. The therapy modalities I commonly use to assist the client in achieving goals include CBT, TF-CBT, Client-centered, motivational interviewing, DBT, and a strength-based approach. I have a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. Currently, I am a Ph.D. Candidate of Psychology at Walden University working on my dissertation. I have over 10 years of experience working in the mental health and social services field. Experience includes working in a clinic and residential setting, schools, mental health facilities, and hospitals. I also have extensive knowledge and experience working with clients of a variety of backgrounds such as clients with everyday life stressors, depression, anxiety, trauma/PTSD, ADHD, emotional/behavioral disorders, substance abuse, severe persistent mental illness, professional athletes, and at-risk youth. Specialties: Athletes represent a unique population and have different challenges that they may face. Some common issues include performance issues, sadness, anxiety, loss of confidence, stress, decreased self-esteem, and feelings of being overwhelmed. Due to the increased risk of physical injury and risk of mental health concerns, it is important that therapists who understand the athlete experience work with them for increased performance and overall wellness.
Diane Pies Toby, Ph.D.Read More

Diane Toby

Dr. Diane Toby is a licensed clinical psychologist who works with families, children, adolescents, and young adults, and has been in private practice as a therapist since 1992. In 2006, she moved her practice to Illinois. She has a master's degree in counseling psychology and a doctorate in school and counseling psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, with additional post-doctoral training in neuropsychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago. In addition to her private practice, Dr. Toby has practiced as a psychologist in therapeutic and school settings for over 20 years with children, adolescents, young adults, and their families, with particular expertise in family therapy to treat emotional and behavior problems. She enjoys helping families to show acceptance, set limits, and boundaries, and establish trust with adolescents who may feel “different” from others in the family. Dr. Toby also takes pride in her work with young adults who struggle with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), as well as the common emotional difficulties that often accompany this disorder (i.e., depression, anxiety, shame).She believes that establishing a strong relationship with her clients is crucial. To that end, Dr. Toby ensures that active listening, acceptance, confidentiality, collaboration, and encouragement, are the cornerstones of her therapy. Dr. Toby has had training and experience in conducting Cognitive Behavior therapy, Rational Emotive Therapy, and Attachment-Based Trauma therapy, and uses all of these in her work as a therapist. Her additional expertise in neuropsychology provides her with a broader understanding of her clients' strengths and needs and allows for collaboration with school, medical and health professionals. 

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    Anxiety is a condition that plagues many people yet often goes unnoticed, undiagnosed, and untreated.

    ADD / ADHD

    ADD and ADHD can hold you back and negatively impact many areas of life such as school, work, and relationships.

    Negative Habits

    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

    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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    At Great Lakes Psychology Group, we have multiple therapists with a wide variety of specializations.

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