Juliana Wihelm, MA, LCPC,
Director of Clinical Services
Juliana earned her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College Graduate School and her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Juliana has specialized training in Imago relationship therapy, EMDR trauma recovery, grief, depression, anxiety, codependency, and gender identity confusion. In addition to counseling individuals and couples in a variety of church and secular settings, she has conducted educational seminars and coordinated awareness programs for psychosocial issues.
Renae Lamb, MA, LCSW
Renae earned her master’s degree in social work from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and her undergraduate degree in social work from Northeastern Illinois University. Renae’s experience as a therapist includes the child welfare system, play therapy, the process of attachment across the lifespan, addressing the long-term effects of emotional trauma and loss, anxiety and depression, parenting skills, and spirituality and faith issues.
Bruce Graves, MA, LCPC
Bruce earned his master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College Graduate School and his undergraduate degree in Speech Communication from Miami University of Ohio. Bruce’s experience as a therapist includes counseling individuals dealing with anger management, anxiety, depression, codependency, and gender identity confusion. He is also experienced in marital and family therapy. In addition to counseling, Bruce enjoys speaking on the topic of sexual wholeness.
Kathy Jack, MA, LCPC
Kathy earned her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College Graduate School. Kathy’s experience includes counseling children and adolescents with anxiety and/or depression, assisting families with adjustments to divorce and remarriage, and parent teen conflict resolution.She works with clients of all ages who have been physically, emotionally and sexually abused. Kathy also has experience assisting families with adoption issues and children with special needs. Kathy is available to teach on issues related to parenting, couple/family communication and abuse recovery.