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OUR THERAPISTS

Sarah Cline

Sarah Cline
LCSW, PMH-C, She/Her

Sarah received a Master's degree in Clinical Social Work from Aurora University in 2008. She is certified in perinatal mental health through PSI and has had additional training in perinatal loss through Resolve Through Sharing and Seleni Institute. Sarah opened her private practice in Wheaton in 2015. 

Sarah enjoys working with parents around perinatal adjustment and mental health concerns. She also provides counseling around perinatal loss, infertility, life transitions, and LGBTQ+ related challenges. 

Sarah has a nurturing relational style and utilizes cognitive therapy, self-compassion, mindfulness, and solution-focused resolutions when working with clients. Sarah is an IFS (internal family systems) informed therapist.

 

In her free time she enjoys spending time outdoors, practicing yoga, and getting together with family and friends. Sarah has two kids and a sweet rescue dog that she enjoys spending time with. 

Suzie Hester

Suzie Hester
LCPC, PMH-C, She/Her

Suzie received her Master's degree in counseling from National Louis University in 2019. She is certified in Perinatal Mental health through Postpartum Support International. Suzie has also completed the Gottman Level 1 training and is an IFS (Internal Family Systems) informed therapist.

Suzie provides counseling to parents around perinatal mood and anxiety disorders along with counseling for depression, anxiety disorders, life stress, and relationship challenges. She works with individuals and couples. 

Suzie focuses on creating a comfortable and safe relationship with her clients. Her mission is to provide an inclusive space for her clients to process and grow. 

Kim Cinquegrani

Kim Cinquegrani
LCSW, PMH-C, She/Her

Kim received her Master's degree in Social Work from Aurora University in 2010 with a specialization in School Social Work. In addition to private practice, Kim works as a school social worker in an elementary school. Kim specializes in social skills development, behavior intervention strategies, and coping skills development to help manage anxiety, depression, and ADHD.

 

Kim also has a passion for working with families around the perinatal time period. Kim has received specialized training in perinatal mental health through Postpartum Support International.  

 

Kim enjoys working with individuals and families to identify their goals and help them develop the skills necessary to achieve those goals. Kim prioritizes the therapeutic relationship and utilizes a solution-focused style. Kim also utilizes components of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness,  and  Acceptance and Commitment Therapy when working with clients. 

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Beth Moorehouse

Beth Moorhouse
LCSW, PMH-C, She/Her

Beth completed her masters degree in Social Work at Arizona State University 1995. She has worked in the hospital setting and private practice since that time.

Beth has a certification in perinatal mental health through Postpartum Support International (PSI). She has received training in pregnancy and infant loss with Resolve Through Sharing (RTS).

She enjoys working with clients who are adapting to perinatal mental health concerns, adjustment to parenting, grief and loss, and life transitions. Additionally, Beth provides therapy for divorce recovery.

Beth would like to help others attain resolution utilizing cognitive behavioral technique, solution- focused therapy and family systems therapy.

Beth is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and the National Association of Perinatal Social Workers (NAPSW).

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Anna Netzel
LCSW, PMH-C, She/Her

Anna is a licensed clinical social worker, specializing in perinatal mood disorders and maternal mental health. Anna also provides support to adolescents and young adults. She graduated from Dominican University in 2014 with her Master’s in Social Work and her professional educator’s license, type 73.

 

In 2018, Anna completed her certificate course through Postpartum Support International. She received her certification as a perinatal mental health specialist in 2020. Anna has been working with mothers with anxiety, depression, OCD and fertility concerns since 2018. 

 

Anna has developed a passion for working with women and families in the perinatal period and throughout motherhood. She uses a mindful approach to therapy and incorporates techniques from the nation’s leading postpartum researcher, Karen Kleiman. In her work with clients Anna uses a holistic approach to help them build on their own strengths. In addition, Anna uses treatment modalities such as cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy.  Anna believes building a strong therapeutic relationship is healing. Developing trust between herself and clients creates a safe space where clients can feel they are able to create change for themselves.

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