Willow Wellness Center
1400 Renaissance Drive
Suite 401
Park Ridge, IL 60068

Abundant life for the rest of your life.
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How can we help?

People come to the Willow Wellness Center for a variety of reasons. Some people feel significant pain and discomfort. You may feel depressed, anxious, angry, lost, alone. You may worry about losing your memory, or having dementia. For you, Willow offers comprehensive assessment and, ultimately, deep healing of mind, body, and spirit.

Some people recognize that they're just not feeling as energetic or engaged in life as they would like to be. You might feel stressed, exhausted, overwhelmed, bored. For you, Willow offers relief-perhaps in the form of training in mindfulness and stress reduction, classes in caring for your aging parents or children, or help in redirecting your life toward greater meaning and purpose.

Others aren't sure that anything is wrong with them but hear from a physician, pastor, or loved one that they need help. You might experience pain that is not being relieved by medicine (even a lot of medicine). You might have difficulty getting along with your spouse or children. You might not be getting out of the house much. You might be grieving the loss of someone very close to you. For you, Willow offers another ear-someone who will listen and not judge, blame, or make demands; someone who will help you determine if there might be a better way to deal with pain or loss, or just life.

We don't promise a "cure" for anyone. What we do promise is to use our seasoned ability to listen with empathy, to respond with genuineness, and to help remove as many obstacles as possible from the path leading to graceful, abundant living. Essentially, we help you reduce your stress and enjoy your life, again, or for the first time.

We provide services such as psychological assessment and psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families. We offer groups and classes where you can learn about reducing stress and pain through mindfulness, effective parenting, and improving relationships between aging parents and their adult children.