Inger Eiesland-Schultz, LCSW

Inger incorporates into her therapy the understanding that her clients are physical, emotional and spiritual beings. With this in mind, she utilizes several different approaches to meet the needs and desires of clients. Inger enjoys working with a variety of client issues and ages, children to adulthood, including couples. She has considerable experience with grief and loss, depression, anxiety, OCD, trauma, women’s issues, life transitions and relationship difficulties.

Blending a variety of methods such as EMDR, the Enneagram, the Internal Family Systems Model, Guided Imagery, and Cognitive Behavior Therapies, Inger draws on her genuine warmth and compassion, steady and calm presence, training and life experience to help clients achieve their desired sense of well being

Every client has a unique story and journey, I am privileged to walk along side people as they share and open themselves to change.

It can be a difficult process in choosing someone with whom to explore your personal life and, if you are a parent, someone with whom to entrust the care of your child. To call takes a lot of courage. Inger invites you to give her a call to explore if she may be a good fit for you as a therapist.

Inger received her Masters Degree from Jane Addams College of Social Work at University of Illinois at Chicago in 1989, and her Bachelors Degree from North Park University. When not working, Inger, along with her husband are busy rearing their 2 children. She enjoys reading novels, taking walks and tending her garden.

To contact Inger, call the Northfield office at (847) 784-8814, ext. 2 or the Chicago office at (773) 524-6001, ext 2.