Education & Training: Anne received her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wheaton College, having completed an internship at Meier Clinics in the Partial Hospitalization Program and also in outpatient counseling. Anne has taken additional coursework in Sexuality and Sex Therapy and is working on a certificate in Trauma Therapy (anticipated June 2024).
Background and Experience: Anne grew up as a missionary kid in Southern Africa and understands missionary, cross-cultural, and spiritual issues from the inside out. She has been married for 26 years, has four children, and has experienced life as both a stay-at-home mom and as a working woman. Before children, Anne was a financial aid counselor at Wheaton College and the College of DuPage, where she enjoyed helping college students and their parents work through the often stressful hand-off of financial responsibility. Anne has also worked as a Low-Income Tax Return Preparer through the Center for Economic Relief.
Special Interests & Services: Anne treats couples, families, and individuals for a wide range of issues: anxiety, attachment, communication, conflict-resolution, cultural issues, depression, family concerns, identity, marital concerns, obsessive-compulsive disorder, parenting, self-worth, spiritual concerns, and trauma. Anne describes her therapy style as person-centered, evidence-based, insight-driven, and specific to the needs and concerns of the individuals present.