Light on Anxiety CBT Treatment Center in Wilmette
Both in-person and virtual appointments available at our Wilmette office
Our Wilmette Location Address:
3330 Old Glenview Rd. Suite 14,
Wilmette, IL 60091
The Light On Anxiety Wilmette office is located on the northwest side of the building. Free parking is available on site.
Hours of operation
Monday thru Friday: 8:00AM – 8:00PM
Saturday and Sunday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
At all of our locations, including our Wilmette office, you can get connect with compassionate professionals who are dedicated to supporting you on your journey through therapy. Below you can explore more types of treatments that our practice offers:
We are passionate about helping clients through their journey of managing and coping with anxiety.
ERP is an action-oriented treatment approach to OCD, intrusive or ego-dystonic thoughts, and other anxiety-related conditions. Learn more.
Work with a therapist to learn CBT-based skills to apply in day-to-day life with your child and promote positive behavioral change from home. Learn more.
Book a therapy appointment through our Wilmette office today.
Our River North therapy office offers both virtual and in-person therapy options with a specialization in Anxiety treatment. Connect with our team today to find the best solution for you. The Wilmette location also offers weekend sessions so you can find a time that’s best for you and your schedule.
About Our Practice
Light On Anxiety provides CBT based, efficient, effective, action-oriented treatment for anxiety and related disorders. We strive to make treatment as short-term as possible so our clients can soon serve as their own anxiety coach.
Our team applies the principles of empirically supported treatment and always incorporates the latest advancement in the treatment of anxiety and related disorders. Read more about our practice.
Connect with our team today and start creating a custom therapy plan.
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