Meghan L Reitz & Associates
Counselors Here to Help.
We provide comprehensive mental health counseling & therapy for adults, couples, children and families to help navigate life's challenges including depression, anxiety, addiction, relationships & overall wellness.
Our Therapist Team
We are pleased to serve the Chicago area and the Northwest Suburbs with an office in Schaumburg, Illinois at the Woodfield Executive Center. We are just minutes from the city of Chicago and surrounding suburbs such as Palatine, Rolling Meadows, Elk Grove Village, Arlington Heights, Hoffman Estates, Roselle, Barrington, Itasca, Bloomingdale, Streamwood and Elgin. Our location right by Woodfield Mall offers a professional atmosphere with free parking and security on-site
Life Changing Therapy in Schaumburg, IL
Making it easy to get the help that is needed.
We Accept Both Insurance & Self-Pay
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Therapy For Your Situation
We provide comprehensive mental health counseling & therapy for adults, couples, children, and families to help navigate life's challenges including depression, anxiety, addiction, relationships, & overall wellness. Learn more about our professional therapists and counselors.
Counseling allows you to openly talk about your thoughts and feelings while being guided by a professional and caring therapist in a safe setting.
Children & Teens
In counseling services specifically designed for children and adolescents, our therapists can help your child through difficult times and set them on a path for a better future.
Couples & Family
We provide a safe, non-confrontational environment to deal with resentments, infidelity, communication and many other issues to get your relationship back on track.
Insights and ideas from our therapists.
Core Parenting Concepts
This blog dives into three core parenting skills. We will also explore what works and what doesn't. Being flexible and making adjustments are key to the process of successful parenting.
Here are some parenting suggestions and ideas where we hope you find some of these tips helpful in navigating your child’s transition from season to season and throughout the school year. Instead of recommending a bunch of books to read or giving general ideas of coping, this blog article will provide you with quick and specific action steps to effectively parent.