Ever wonder if this is how everyone feels? Are you feeling overwhelmed, out of control, or unsatisfied with life? Stress, anxiety, depression, addiction, abuse, PTSD, relationship struggles… it may be a part of life, but it does not have to take over your life. You can get back on your feet. You can overcome the negative emotions. You can live to your full potential. Most importantly, you will move forward on this journey. You will be able to look back and see how strong you truly are and how far you have come in your personal accomplishments.
You are not on your journey alone. Park Place Center is here to provide a trustworthy environment to assist you on your journey with a professional who listens and understands.
Ed Scott has his Bachelors in Psychology and his Masters in Social Work from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and is licensed by the State of Illinois to offer substance abuse assessments, educational classes, and individual & group treatments for alcohol & drug abuse. Ed works with Employee Assistance Programs, accepts insurance payments, and has consulted and contracted with private corporations, government agencies, and social service agencies. Ed served in Vietnam and has a passion in working with combat Veterans and families. Listening is second nature to Ed, and his calming and accepting manner will make you feel at home. With over 20 years in private counseling practice, Ed has vast experience with people of all backgrounds and has helped many like you get back to the journey they always wanted.
Zach Wittmann received his Master’s Degree in Counseling from Eastern Illinois University, and his Bachelor’s in Psychology from Illinois College. He is a licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC) and provides therapy for children, young adults, adults and couples. Zach also offers DUI evaluations for driver’s license reinstatement, substance abuse assessments, DUI Risk Education classes (DRE), and individual & group treatment for alcohol & drug abuse. He works with Employee Assistance Programs and accepts many insurance plans as well. Zach has been with Park Place Center since 2012.