HOPEYou're not alone, and there are ways to get through the pain.
HELPOur therapists meet you wherever you are on life’s journey.
HOW WE CAN HELPOur professional, compassionate team of therapists specializes in a broad range of issues
SAFE & SUPPORTIVEThe Samaritan Counseling Center, you’re in a safe, supportive, judgment-free place
SAMARITAN COUNSELING CENTER OF THE NORTHWEST SUBURBS – A SOURCE OF “HOPE, HELP AND HEALING”By J. Scott Campbell, ACSW, LCSW, Clinical Director
At Samaritan we provide both evidence-based as well as faith-based approaches (when indicated) in treating a wide variety of mental health concerns. We believe in “The 3 H’s” – the instilling and offering of HOPE, the providing of HELP – helping people help themselves through our professional services, and the encouragement of HEALING as people find solutions to life’s challenges and move onto a path of Recovery and a life of health and happiness.
Often it is so hard for people to take that “first step” and make that “first call”. Many of us have a hard time admitting the need for help
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Addictive behavior Anxiety & panic attacks Bipolar issues Borderline personality issues Cancer support Caregiver support Child & adolescent behavior issues Depression Grief and loss Illness-related depression Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Post-partum depression Post-traumatic stress disorder Sexual orientation and gender identity issues Spirituality and faith crises Suicidal tendencies Workplace stress & bullying
Providing hope, help and healing
Couples and Family Therapy:Child & adolescent behavior issues Pre-marital counseling Marital counseling Parental skill-building
Group Therapy:Living with Bi-Polar Living with Cancer: Support Group Cancer Caregivers Support Group Coping with Trauma
Community & Congregational Programs:Mental Health First Aid for Adults and Youth QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Gottman Institute Marriage Enrichment Parenting with Peace & Purpose
How to boost your emotional resilienceEver dealt with a really difficult situation? We've all had our emotional resilience tested. Sometimes it feels like you just want to give up.
How do the toughest people summon the will to keep going? Steven Southwick and Dennis Charney have studied resilient people for over 20 years. They spoke with Vietnam prisoners of war, Special Forces instructors, and civilians who dealt with terrible experiences like medical problems, abuse, and trauma.
HOPEWe all experience difficult times when despair, anxiety, trauma, loss or change feels overwhelming. You're not alone, and there are ways to get through the pain.
HELPOur therapists meet you wherever you are on life’s journey. It’s a safe place to help clarify life's complicated problems and gain new skills in addressing the issues.
HEALINGSometimes the connections between mind, body and spirit feel broken. Our therapists will help integrate all aspects of your life until you feel whole and at ease.
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