How do I make an appointment?
Give us a call at 224-400-9961 or email us. Your voicemail and email messages will be kept confidential and all email transmissions are encrypted to ensure your privacy.
What are your hours?

We see patients 7 days a week. Individual therapists’ schedules and availability varies. Please speak to our administrative team for more details.


Our administrative team is in the office:

Monday-Thursday 8 am – 5 pm

Do you accept my insurance?

We accept many major health insurance PPO’s. When speaking with our administrative team, we will gather your insurance information and verify your plan’s benefits for our services.


For those without insurance, our administrative team will discuss various options with you, including our sliding scale fee system.

Where are you located?
Our address is 9 Crystal Lake Road, Suite 125, in Lake In The Hills, Illinois.



We are located near the corner of Algonquin Road and Randall Road. The building lies along the North side of Algonquin Road, across the street from Jiffy Lube.

As you come in through the front doors of the building, we are the first office to your right.

Which therapist should I see?
We understand that selecting a therapist may seem like an overwhelming process. Our administrative team is skilled at helping to match you with a therapist that will best fit your unique needs.
How long are sessions, and how often will I be seen?

Sessions typically last 45-55 minutes, depending on your insurance plan.


The frequency of your sessions is something you will discuss with your therapist at your first session.

What will happen at the first appointment?

When you first arrive, you will be asked to complete your registration paperwork, so try to arrive a few minutes early. In your first session, your therapist will take the time to understand the reasons you have sought therapy and ask you some questions about variety of topics, including your history and current symptoms. This assessment will help your therapist develop a personalized plan for treatment and you will be given the opportunity to ask any questions you have about the therapeutic process.