We use a practical approach to help you, your child, or your family gain real world solutions in a way that honors your privacy and busy schedule.
We know no single approach is the best one for each individual, so we have been trained and have experience in a range of modalities.
At Healing Hearts we provide a client-driven, client-centered approach that personalizes your services to meet your individual needs.
In short, we LISTEN. We don’t believe that one size fits all, and we are here to help you succeed in your own life path.
Life can be stressful. Balancing work, family, social life, friends, and relationships can be overwhelming. We are here to help.
Depression and anxiety can seriously interfere with sleep, interpersonal relationships, physical health and well-being, concentration, and academic or work motivation and performance.
Both conditions are treatable and research suggests counseling helps. Unfortunately, many suffer in silence. Call today and learn how counseling can help you identify and find new ways of thinking and coping. We use evidence-based treatment approaches tailored to your specific needs.
We pride ourselves on being a trauma informed practice in the Peoria area. That means, all of us at Healing Hearts have extensive training and experience in treating trauma. In addition, we have all served in leadership, educational and advocacy roles in the treatment of trauma in our community.
We use creative and cutting edge approaches in our treatment practices, including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Most importantly, we recognize you as a unique individual with unique needs.
School violence, family conflict, internet safety, cyber-bullying and excessive screen time (TV and video games), are just a few of the problems children cope with daily.
Research has demonstrated that counseling helps. We will use creative techniques in working with your child and your family to bring understanding, help and healing.
Your sexual or romantic orientation or gender identity may not be a source of distress. Yet people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, or any other type of non-conforming sexual or gender identity may find that the social stigma of living as a sexual minority is a source of stress or anxiety.
When seeking counseling, whether for issues associated with your sexual, romantic, or gender identity or for everyday concerns, finding a qualified mental health professional who has experience and familiarity with issues that confront the LGBTQ community can be critical to helping you find the solutions you're looking for.
Please contact us with questions or to make an appointment. We accept most major insurance.
6919 N Knoxville Ave, Suites 100, 201 and 202, Peoria, Illinois 61614
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