Ms. Heather Nemeth is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the state of Illinois. She provides personalized coaching and counseling services within the United States for individuals and couples looking to promote positive developmental growth academically, personally, and professionally.
Heather obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A.) in Social Sciences at Washington State University in 2008 and Master of Arts Degree (M.A.) in Counseling Psychology from Capella University in 2010.
For more than twenty years, she has worked as a behavioral healthcare provider in a wide variety of settings during her professional career – mental health provider, case manager for the Medicaid population, tele-therapist, hospital mental health professional, substance abuse and addiction counselor, as well as an executive function / life coach. Heather has broad expertise treating depression, anxiety, family conflict, relationship problems, and childhood disorders associated with the autism spectrum. She also works with individuals who are seeking a faith-based approach to wellness.
Heather’s philosophy on self-improvement is based on empowering her clients to ask for support and being open to new ways of thinking.
My high level of dedication in helping others has on occasion led people to say, “Heather, you can’t change the world.” In a way, that’s probably true on a global scale. However, I have seen that being kind to others and helping them achieve their fullest potential has led to a healthier and happier sense of self which then gets portrayed externally onto others.
In her spare time, Heather enjoys enhancing her primitive survival techniques, hiking, gaming with her kids, and motorcycle riding. She also belongs to the Bikers Against Bullying Club and has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do.
Ms. Monica Williams is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Illinois. She has been providing therapeutic support for individuals and families who have challenges overcoming stress, anxiety, racial identity, childhood trauma, and depression.
“These individuals may have grown up in urban areas and experienced multiple unresolved traumas, struggles to create positive and meaningful relationships, or has suffered with issues related to self-esteem and self-worth”.
Monica holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and a Minor in Criminal Justice from East Carolina University.
For over 10 years, she has worked with families in their home and in outpatient environments assessing family dynamics between parents and adolescents. She has provided coaching to adults on how to modify unhealthy communication patterns while also working with adolescents targeting skills to increase social, emotional, cognitive, and academic success.
“No one knows you better than you! I believe therapy is most successful when it is a collaborative effort between the both us. The importance of being actively involved in your development will be the direct result of your success. My goal is to help you achieve that success by providing a safe and non-judgmental space that fosters healing so growth can take place. I look forward to working with you!”
In her free time, Monica enjoys baking, playing board games, and singing karaoke (which she says is usually off key). Also, she is a member of the Matter Dance Company Performing Arts Group.
“Allow me to be the co-pilot on your journey to becoming the best version of yourself!”