Heather Drury has a Bachelor’s of Psychology Degree from DePaul University, Master Degrees in Clinical Professional Psychology from Roosevelt University, she is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Illinois and has successfully practiced for 10 years. Her practice has encompassed experience with pre-adolescents, adolescents, young adults, adults and families in many areas that include phase of life issues, depression, anxiety, addictions, trauma, relationship issues, parenting support, women’s issues, conjunctive psychiatric support and is a strong advocate for mental health and community collaboration. 

Therapy can be an essential tool for people who want to create their best life.  Let's work together to find the solutions that will most help you.  We all need support and guidance during challenging times. Therapy is a gift that allows you to work through your thoughts, struggles, trauma, loss and stress that comes with life. I see pain often as a symptom that helps us guide the way and challenges us to get to know, love and be our best selves. I believe that you are your own expert and that the therapeutic relationship affords you the safety to begin that journey.

The biggest step is the awareness that you’re destined for something else and the mindfulness that you are more than the discomfort you are feeling right now. You’ve demonstrated that awareness and courage by seeking help. I base my practice on helping you find your strengths and purpose and we work together to sort through the rest. Healing takes time, pain helps guide the way and therapy helps us turn our struggles into our strengths and make meaning of our lives.

Heather specializes in working with teens and adults who are experiencing anxiety, depression, self-esteem, self-injury and school related challenges.

Contact Information: Practice Location & Days:

Phone: 888.234.7628 ext. 703 Oakbrook Terrace & Online Counseling
Email: heather@lbcounseling.com Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday