I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor providing counseling and educational services for families, teens, young adults, individuals and couples.
Education: MS, Counseling Psychology, Benedictine University. Post-graduate clinical training, Family Systems, Institute for Juvenile Research, University of Illinois at Chicago.
I currently teach in the Psychology Department at Elmhurst College. Over the years, I have counseled individuals, families and couples at Lutheran Social Services of Illinois and provided prevention educational services to families through research conducted at University of Illinois at Chicago.
Both personally and professionally, I am surrounded by teens and young adults on a daily basis. I am committed to understanding the unique educational, relational, and ever-changing technology challenges faced by this generation. I find our young people to be adaptable, socially-minded and highly pressured.
The core of the family is you. I meet with parents individually and/or with families together to promote meaningful connections with those we love most.
A major objective of my work is to establish understanding and support for teens/tweens, young adults and their parents as they navigate the turbulent years between childhood and adulthood.
I specialize in work with families, couples, teens and young adults.
- Adults: trauma, bereavement, depression, anxiety, substance use, career difficulties, relational difficulties, clarification of values, life goals and development of emotional/physical health.
- Young adults/teens: educational/career counseling, depression, anxiety, formation of healthy sexuality, impact of media gender messages, values clarification, personal goal formation, disordered eating, substance use, relational difficulties, technology difficulties (porn, social media, time management) development of emotionally and physically healthy habits.
- Parenting challenges: educational problems, social problems, communication, conflict management, moodiness, rebellion, relational difficulties, sex-ed support (keeping girls and boys safe and informed), technology challenges (porn, video games, social media, time management, media messages/values that counter those of your family), anxiety, depression, substance abuse education and prevention.
- Couples: life transitions, gender roles in marriage, effective communication, recovering from betrayal, substance use, bereavement, intimacy difficulties, career/financial difficulties.
Counseling sessions: $125/family sessions, $90/individual sessions
Insurance reimbursement eligible as an out of network provider.
Confidential Voicemail (312)800-9426
180 W. Park Ste. 130 Elmhurst
Within the offices of
Quest Clinical Services
4300 Commerce Court Ste. 220 Lisle
Jeanne Kett, LCPC (License# 180 001553)
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