255 Revere Dr., Suite 200
Northbrook, IL 60062
Located on the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Campus, on Revere Drive just south of Lake Cook Road.
Hours: Monday and Tuesday 8:00am - 8:30pm, Wednesday 8:00am - 6:00pm, Thursday 8:00am - 7:00pm, Friday 8:00 - 4:30pm; evenings by appointment
For more information about our counseling services, call 855.275.5237.
Edie Sue Sutker, Director of Adult, Child and Family Services
Edie is a licensed clinical social worker known for her empathetic and individualized approach to helping clients achieve their goals. She works with individuals, families and couples, specializing in grief, depression and anxiety disorders. Edie uses a relationship-based approach to help clients understand the meaning behind their feelings and behaviors, while helping clients learn coping techniques.
Carri Hill, Psychology Supervisor
Dr. Hill is a licensed clinical psychologist whose areas of interest include assessment and treatment of emotional and behavior problems in young children, particularly disruptive behaviors. Dr. Hill utilizes family therapy, parent-child behavior management training and cognitive behavioral therapy
Pia Todras, PsyD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Todras is a clinical psychologist who works from both the Northbrook and West Rogers Park offices. She obtained her degree from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2008 and completed her pre-doctoral internship at Palos Behavioral Health Professionals in Palos Park, Illinois. Her areas of clinical interest include child and adolescent assessment, anxiety and disruptive behavior disorders, parent training, and play therapy. Dr. Todras strives to create a supportive and collaborative therapeutic environment and practices primarily from a cognitive-behavioral and family systems approach. Dr. Todras volunteers with A Home Within, a non-profit organization that provides mental health treatment to individuals who have spent time in foster care. Dr. Todras is a member of the American Psychological Association.
Ewa Nevler, LCSW
Ewa works with individuals, couples and families impacted by separation and divorce. Her other areas of expertise are depression, anxiety, bereavement and parenting. She utilizes family system therapy, which provides supportive, interactive relationships with clients. Ewa is bilingual and sees both English and Polish-speaking clients.
Jean Rock, LCPC
Jean is a psychodynamic therapist who works with children, adolescents and adults struggling with a range of issues. Her empathic approach helps people understand their current functioning and gain insights, with the goal of providing a corrective emotional experience. Jean’s clinical interests are depression, anxiety, addiction and gender identity.
Tami Sollo, LCSW
As divorce specialist, mediator and coach, Tami helps individuals and families learn new ways to cope with divorce and separation issues. She uses a holistic approach for families in transition, always working towards improving strengths, rather than focusing on problems. She is committed to helping build resources and support networks for families and individuals faced with the challenges of divorce and separation.
Maureen Grey, CFSWC, Financial Counselor
Maureen works with individuals and families in one-on-one sessions to provide strategies to strengthen money management skills and the ability to make realistic financial assessments of daily expenses. She assists in developing and managing budgets, planning for the future and accessing important community resources.
Juli Walton, LPC, NCC
Juli works with children, adolescents, and adults as well as couples and families struggling with a breadth of issues. Her empathic style builds relationships to help provide clarity, support, and insight. As part of the divorce specialist team Juli helps individuals and families learn new ways to cope with divorce and separation issues focusing on improving individual and family strengths, working collaboratively to help manage these challenging transitions.
Hillary Manaster, MSW M.Ed
Hillary works with children, adolescents and adults to promote positive social, emotional and psychological functioning and foster healthy relationships. Hillary brings an understanding of developmental processes, an appreciation for the significance of relationships and a sensitivity to the nuanced experiences and feelings of others to her practice.
Lauren Tonner, LSW
Lauren works with children, adolescents, adults and families with a wide range of mental health needs. Her client-centered approach to treatment creates a supportive space for clients to explore their current mental functioning and develop emotional regulation skills to help them manage their stressors. Lauren's ability to work from a relationship-based lens promotes positive relationship building and helps foster effective communication skills, particularly in her work with families.
Jessica Rosenberg, MSW
Jessica provides therapy for children, adolescents, adults, and families experiencing a variety of issues. She has a deep understanding of child development and utilizes a relationship-focused, individualized, strengths-based approach. Jessica creates a warm, empathic, and safe space to support clients in achieving their goals. She is committed to helping individuals and families feel understood and gain insight into their own emotional experiences to facilitate change.