Susie Berg, M.Ed., LPC, NCC
Susie is known for her ability to encourage her clients to create authentic power by becoming aware of their thinking and actions. She has a deep understanding of how painful events can be a tool for transformation, uncovering opportunities that can drive purpose, contentment and happiness.
Susie Berg, M.Ed., LPC, NCC has a love for people. Her gifts of insight, empathy, acceptance, and positivity have been lifelong constants, and led her to become a counselor. Overcoming personal challenges and obstacles have given Susie a deep understanding of how painful events can be a catalyst for transformation, unveiling opportunities that can drive purpose, contentment, and happiness. Susie acknowledges with gratitude every day that she gets to work in the field she loves.Susie believes all humans have the ability to exercise total control over their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, but finds many feel powerless over their circumstances. She teaches people give their power away by believing they will only be happy “if” or “when” something external happens (if their spouse changes, when they get that new car, if they made more money, etc.). Susie’s philosophy suggests it is essential to understand that thoughts, feelings, behaviors and responses are the only things we have power and control over in any given situation. She enables her clients to create true empowerment by becoming aware of their thinking and actions and making choices that align with their well-being.
Susie Berg is co-founder of Sound Mind Therapy and a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She works with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. She received her M.Ed. in Counseling from the University of Missouri-St Louis and worked at St Anthony’s Hospital (Hyland Behavioral Health) as a clinical inpatient and intensive outpatient therapist. Susie works with individuals dealing with all types of issues such as stress, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, relationships, transitions, marriage, anger, fear, etc. She has trained in DBT, CBT, Domestic Violence, Spirituality, Eating Disorders, Bereavement, Women’s Issues, Marriage and Family, Career Counseling and Individual and Group Counseling and is a member of the American Counseling Association and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
Evonne Weinhaus, M.S., LCSW, LPC, M.A.T.
Passionate about transforming people’s lives, Evonne helps her clients develop conscious, intimate and committed relationships, and be able to move forward as they acquire new direction for their goals, dreams and actions.
Evonne Weinhaus, LPC, LCSW, is passionate about transforming people’s lives. Her gifts of insightful clarity, compassionate truth-telling and inspiring action have touched thousands of lives.Evonne believes there is a common culprit lurking behind all relationship problems. Do you know what that culprit is? Power struggles! What fuels power struggles? Fear. So often what someone says or does in the name of love is not love. It is fear disguised as love. Evonne sees this play out with parents and their offspring, with couples, and with The Self. She actually believes power struggles are supposed to happen. Evonne says power struggles, whether silent or clamoring for attention, can be the impetus for true transformation. Her promise is to help you develop conscious, intimate and committed relationships, be able to move forward, and blaze a new direction with your goals, dreams, and actions flowing together.
Evonne Weinhaus, LCSW, LPC is a certified Imago couple’s therapist, award-winning author and has been in private practice for more than 25 years. She started her writing career co-authoring two books for parents. Stop Struggling with Your Child (Harper-Collins) co-authored with Karen Friedman won Child magazine’s award for Excellence in Family Issues. Along with their other book, Stop Struggling with Your Teen (Viking Penguin), they have sold more than a quarter million copies worldwide. Evonne’s expertise and humor-filled style have landed her numerous guest spots on Oprah, Today Show and Good Morning America. She has also been featured in Working Mother, Woman’s Day, Family Circle, McCall’s and New York Times Syndicate as well as major city newspapers across the country. Inspired by her own fear-packed journey plus working with her clients led her to develop the successful and powerful “Hide and Seek” process that is featured in A New Fearless You.
Her life changing experience as a brain tumor survivor brought a new dimension to her work. As a result, she co-authored her newest book A New Fearless You – Freedom from Hide and Seek and Other Games Grown-Ups Play. Not everyone can say they literally got a knock on their head to expand their way of thinking. Evonne did. After she had a benign brain tumor removed, she had the opportunity of a lifetime – to start anew. Evonne believes in transformation. She has experienced it herself and helped others. She has a keen ability to deeply listen to you, help you make connections about what you are experiencing in your life and champion your continued growth.
Evonne earned her B.A. at Washington University, M.A.T. at Webster University and M.A. in Counseling Psychology from the Alfred Adler Institute in Chicago and is a member of North American Society of Adlerian Psychologists.
Tim McIntyre MSW, LCSW
Tim believes that pain and challenges are often the doorway to the best and most beautiful part of a person. He helps his clients find their “voice” within themselves and their relationships. He supports them in finding the courage to look at their lives and empower themselves to grow.
Tim McIntyre, MSW, LCSW believes our pain and challenges are often the doorway to the best and most beautiful part of ourselves. One of Tim’s core philosophical beliefs is summed up in a quote by Shannon Adler, “Courage doesn’t happen when you have all the answers. It happens when you are ready to face the questions you have been avoiding your whole life.” He has become adept at helping people find their “voice” within themselves and their relationships. How? He supports people in finding the courage to look at their lives and discover the source of their self-defeating beliefs. Why? These beliefs have prevented them from being in tune with their intentions, dreams and goals. Results? They empower themselves to grow….which ultimately leads to a greater sense of happiness, satisfaction, and well-being.Tim graduated from Loyola University of Chicago with a masters degree in social work and has vast experience in the field of counseling. He worked inpatient at Highland Park Hospital and outpatient at University of Wisconsin as a clinical social worker and in private practice providing individual, couples and group therapy. In addition to his roles as a clinician, he has served is numerous roles at Magellan Health where he worked as a care manager, trainer, director of quality improvement and vice president of service operations.