Online Counseling

Secure Online Counseling & Telehealth

For Children & Caregivers 


Secure Video 

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Evenings & Weekends

Mental Health Care At Your Convenience


Online therapy is a great way for kids to stay connect with their therapist when they cannot come to in-person sessions.


For those who care for kiddos and need extra support.


Parents who need extra support for co-parenting arrangements or to create a parenting strategy. 

Here’s How We Can Help



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Your online appointment will have a unique link sent to your email inbox.



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No Logins. No Passwords. No Hassel!

Watch to See How Online Counseling Works with Kids & Parents.

  • Works from Home or Office
  • Counseling by Phone or Video
  • Just Need an Internet Connection

“I’m so thankful that my son could continue to receive counseling during quarantine.

Online counseling has worked out so well! 

Hinsdale Parent

5 Tips to Prepare Your Child For a Telehealth Therapy Session


Preparing for a telehealth therapy session looks a little different than preparing for an in-person therapy session.

Here are our top 5 tips for preparing your child for a telehealth therapy session.


Most parents struggle with how to parent their own kids.

Which is why we help parents gain clarity & confidence around their parenting style so they can experience the joy of making meaningful connections with the kids for a lifetime.

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We help anxious kids and frustrated parents. We serve Hinsdale & the Western Suburbs of Chicago.

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