A LITTLE ABOUT US

House Calls Counseling is a group of psychotherapists who are dedicated to helping you care for yourself and those you love. To experiencing your joys more fully. To soothing whatever hurts may have been picked up along the way. To turning the beautiful visions you have for your life and those you love into realities.

We partner with every person, couple and family on their path to healing, growth, and connection using a wide variety of approaches rooted in the understanding that psychotherapy is most effective when we – you and your psychotherapist – use the power of our working relationship as the foundation for change.

Our services are currently being provided by safe, secure, HIPAA-compliant video conference until further notice due to the challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic.

In home therapy in Chicago area

We understand how hard it can be to recognize that you need help for yourself or someone you love. We also know it can be really difficult getting the help once you’ve made a decision. So we provide psychotherapy throughout Chicagoland in the most comfortable place of all – your own home – to make it feel more comfortable, more convenient, and more private. Contact us today, we are here to help.

Some of the ways we approach treatment.

Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy

is a treatment approach that builds and supports the relationship between parents and children, especially children who have experienced trauma in early childhood.

Brainspotting

is a powerful treatment method that is a mind-body approach to treatment. Recognizing that “where you look affects how you feel,” it helps people identify, process and release the sources of their struggles.

Parenting in SPACE®

is an approach to therapeutic parenting based on Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy that was developed by Billy Kaplan and the psychotherapists of House Calls Counseling.

Our Staff

The psychotherapists of House Calls Counseling are a seasoned, diverse team of friendly, professional, master’s-level Counselors,  Marriage & Family Therapists, and Social Workers.

Billy Kaplan, LCSW

Clinical Director

Billy works with individuals, couples and families primarily using an attachment-focused, trauma-informed approach. He specializes in working with adolescents and families, especially those that formed through adoption. <Learn More>

Laura Markoya, LCSW

Assoc. Clinical Director

Laura works with adults, children/adolescents/teens, individuals, couples, and families. She believes in a holistic therapeutic approach focusing on “the whole client” and their goals and strengths. <Learn More>

Andrew Shelton, LCSW

psychotherapist

Andrew works with a diverse population of children, young adults, adults, couples, and families. He specializes in providing attachment based psychotherapy through a trauma informed lens. <Learn More>

Elise Roug, LCPC

psychotherapist

Elise has spent much of her career working with youth and their families in community settings in the North Shore area. She is a Mental Health First Aid facilitator and a proud advocate of elevating mental health training.  <Learn More>

Anna Wlodarczyk, MS

practice manager

Anna is the Practice Manager at House Calls Counseling. She oversees all billing and financial aspects of the practice. <Learn More>

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