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Bradley Counseling Center provides various outpatient services to the Lake Villa and surrounding communities, including our satellite office in Gurnee. Our staff is made up of mental health professionals with various degrees, specialty areas, and levels of licensure. In addition, we are nationally accredited by the American Psychological Association as a training site for doctoral level interns in clinical psychology and we offer other internship opportunities for students pursuing a master’s degree within the human services field. All of our therapists work to collaboratively to understand your unique situation and help you identify ways to achieve your goals for a balanced life.
As a part of Allendale Association, we have access to an array of resources which has enabled us to pursue excellence and innovation in the care, education, treatment and advocacy for children, youth and their families. One such innovation is our REStArTSM (Relational Re-Enactment Systems Approach to Treatment) model which is an evidenced-based comprehensive systems-approach to treatment with youth who struggle with emotional, behavioral, and mental health challenges.
Bradley Counseling Center therapists have a broad range of experience and are able to help you with many of life’s challenges, including:
Services are provided to children, adolescents and adults and include:
In-home or in-school therapy is also available for youth with Medicaid who are unable to meet in the office.
Call us at 847-356-3322 to Schedule an Appointment at one of our Locations:
Lake Villa: 420 W. Grand Avenue, Lake Villa, IL 60046
Gurnee: 5464 W. Grand Avenue, Suite 101, Gurnee, IL 60031
Outpatient Counseling Hours:
Monday-Thursday – 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Friday – 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
What should I expect when I call?
We will gather information about your reasons for seeking services in order to determine how we can best meet your needs. This will also allow your therapist to prepare for their first meeting with you. Additionally, we will collect your insurance benefit information and discuss payment options. Finally, we will discuss your scheduling needs and availability for appointments.
How much does it cost?
Bradley Counseling Center is an “in network” provider with several commercial insurance companies and is also Illinois Medicaid certified provider for youth under age 18.
Costs of services are based on your individual insurance coverage (including deductible and co-pays) and may vary according to the service provided i.e. therapy, psychological testing, groups, etc. Our client account specialists will assist you in verifying your insurance benefits as well as determining if you have a co-pay and how much it is.
Self-pay options are also available, and can be discussed further upon request. For qualifying families, fees may be reduced according to a sliding scale. All fees are due at the time of service. We accept all forms of payment including cash, checks, credit cards, as well as HSA and flexible spending cards.
What happens at the first appointment?
In the first appointment, client rights and treatment consents will be reviewed to help you more fully understand the therapy process. A clinical assessment will be conducted integrating information gathered at the initial intake phone call. From that, an individualized treatment plan will be developed between you and your therapist which shall reflect a shared understanding of your identified goals for treatment.
Your therapist will meet with you at a regularly scheduled time, which will be discussed during the intake call and in your first session. Sessions are typically 45-60 minutes where you and your therapist will work together on reviewing and achieving your treatment goals. There may be times in which the therapist may meet with parents separately for youth under 18, meet individually with the youth or work more as a family depending on your identified needs.