Local Mental Health Providers & Crisis/Help Lines


Whether you or your child are in a crisis or need help with daily challenges, the support of a mental health professional can make an enormous difference. Our community is full of wonderful social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, and others who provide the resources, guidance, and tools we all need.  Here is a partial list of those providers.

Mental Health Providers

The Josselyn Center: individual and group therapy, walk-Ins, affordable
Family Service Center: individual, group, family therapy; affordable
Family Service of Glencoe: individual and family therapy; affordable
Haven Youth and Family Services, Wilmette, Bilingual services available
NAMI, Cook County North Suburban: education, support, advocacy
Response for Teens (JCFS Chicago)
Rogers Behavioral Health: anxiety and depression disorders, OCD, mood disorders, trauma recovery, addiction recovery
Youth Services of Glenview/Northbrook: individual, group, family therapy; youth programming; affordable

Therapy Practices

Affiliates in Counseling: psychologists, counselors, social workers; men on staff
Anxiety Treatment Center of Greater Chicago 
Boldly You Psychotherapy: Individual, young adults, transitions, anxiety, depression, OCD
Bracken Therapies: children and adolescents, ADHD, anxiety, depression, peer conflicts, problem solving.
Center for Anxiety and OCD: treats across many diagnoses in children, teens, emerging adults, adults
Child Therapy Group: works with young children through teens and their families
Coping Partners: treats children, adolescents, adults; has specialists in ADHD
Compass Health Center: children, adolescents, IOP, PHP
Contemporary CBT: therapy for all ages
Cutting Edge Counseling: therapy for children, teens, adults, families, and couples; trauma specialists
Fancher Psychology: treats children, teens, adults
The Family Institute: specializes in family therapy
Family Matters Therapy: treats children of all ages with a focus on family therapy
Fox, Levine and Associates: treats individuals, family, teens, adults
Glenview Counseling Group: youth, adults, couples, families
Diane Gould Therapy and Consultation: specializing in PDA (pathological demand avoidance) and other complex neurodivergent profiles
Grand Oaks Behavioral Health: psychologists and psychotherapists treating adults and children
Growth Psychological Services: provides individual and family therapy & neuropsychological testing services
Meg Hoffman, LCSW: works with children, adolescents, adults; specializes in anxiety, depression and OCD; 601 Skokie Blvd Northbrook, IL; [email protected], 847-641-2290 
Jessica Hutchison: children, adolescents and adults, bereavement/sudden loss, anxiety/depression
Indigo Therapy Group: treats individuals, family, kids, teens, adults; has specialists in ADHD
Inspire Counseling Services
Lifeworks Psychotherapy: explicitly inclusive practice providing support to the LGBTQ+ community
Stacy Koch, LSW: women and girls, body image issues
Mind Chicago: kids, teens, and parents
Mindful Path Behavioral Health & Wellness (JB Rose, PsyD), Wilmette, Telehealth therapy available 
North Star Behavioral Health, Northbrook:  child and adult services; psychiatrist, psychologists and therapists
North Suburban Center for Anxiety: specializes in anxiety & OCD, treats children 9+, adolescents, adults
Obsidian Counseling: kids, teens, young adults
Plena Mind Center: children, adolescents, IOP, PHP
Therapy Etc.: children, adolescents, young adults, parents, families
Simply Bee Counseling: therapists in anxiety and depression for adults and children; eating disorders specialists on staff
Skylight Counseling Center:  individuals, group, families, couples, video gamers group, and more
Soul Mind Body Counseling LLC: adolescents and young adults
SoundMind Counseling: treats adolescents for anxiety, depression, trauma; art therapists on staff
SpringSource Psychological Center:  individual therapy for teens and adults with eating, mood and anxiety disorders as well as treat trauma, relationship issues, pregnancy and infertility
TreeHouse Health: individual, family and couples therapy

Aspire Group: Imy Wax, psychotherapist and educational consultant
The Balance Project: help to find support, financial assistance available if needed
Family Support Services: Bonnie Lane, support, mental health consultation, care coordination and wrap around services
North Shore Executive Functioning: executive functioning coaching
Pilcrow Advisors
: Jamie Goodman, educational and treatment guidance
Vinita Patel: executive functioning coaching
SMART Health Wellness and Performance: Educational programs focus on prevention and seek to provide every child with the skills (and the motivation to use those skills) to build resilience, increase confidence, strengthen self-belief

Eating Disorders & Co-Occurring Diagnoses
Ascend Consultation in Health
Chicago Center for Evidence Based Treatment
Eating Recover Center (ERC)
SunCloud Health

SPACE Therapy (Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions)
Mind Chicago

Skyway Behavioral Health: 
Skokie, DBT and trauma based therapy, eating disorders, mood/anxiety, Large PHP and IOP, 18+ adults only
CATCH: Local Trauma-Informed Therapists List

Illuminate Psychological Assessments: provides neuropsych for children, teens, and young adults
Mind Chicago: Dr. David Meyerson
Northwest Suburban Psychology Group: Dr. Victoria Tuchscherer

Dr. Andreea Seicean, Skokie, 872-713-5338, psychiatrist for 18+
Dr. Adrienne Balsam, Skokie, 847-933-0455 psychiatrist for 18+
Bloomberg Institute, 847-291-0088
Northshore Psychiatry
Dr. Barry Gershuny
Dr. Purnima Gorrepatti, child psychiatrist (treats kids 18 and under), 847-861-0225

Crisis/Help Lines

NAMI, National Alliance on Mental Illness: 1-800-950-6264 or email [email protected]
Suicide Prevention Hotline: 988 (as of July 2022), 1-800-273-8255
Northbrook Police Department: 847-564-2060
NEDA, National Eating Disorders Association Helpline 1-800-931-2237
The Trevor Project

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CATCH is a non-for-profit, tax-exempt organization that provides support, education and access to resources regarding mental health. CATCH is not a mental health care provider and the information included on this website is not intended to provide treatment or therapeutic intervention of any kind. Any resources, including mental health professionals, listed on CATCH’s website are for informational purposes only and CATCH does not endorse any listed providers.