LOCATION


SKOKIE
5225 Old Orchard Rd., Suite 25C
Skokie, IL 60077
phone & fax:

847.972.1070
fax 847.983.4459

e-mail:

drbeth@familiesintransition.info
BETH I. WILNER, PH.D.
Beth Portrait

Dr. Wilner is a licensed clinical psychologist and mediator, who has been in private practice since 1993. She is the founder of Families In Transition, Inc. (FIT), a comprehensive psychology practice offering a wide range of clinical, advocacy, and conflict resolution services. Individual, couple and group therapies are offered addressing a broad range of issues and concerns, including: mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, relationship problems, marital distress, substance abuse and behavioral addictions, health behavior change, and domestic violence. FIT also offers a full spectrum of conflict resolution services including: divorce and post-decree mediation, parenting coordination, custody evaluation (604b), and collaborative law coaching and child specialist services..

A sought after speaker and educator, Dr. Wilner has presented community-based and professional seminars on a wide variety of topics including: stress management, adult attention deficit disorder, substance abuse and behavioral addictions, couple’s communication skills, domestic violence, mediation, collaborative law, and high conflict divorce.

Dr. Wilner received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois Institute of Technology, with highest honors. She has been trained and certified in mediation by the Center for Conflict Resolution (CCR), and received additional training in Family and Divorce Mediation through DePaul University’s Center For Dispute Resolution. She has also completed the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois’ (CLII), Interdisciplinary Collaborative Family Law Training Program, and works frequently with attorneys on collaborative divorce cases. She is currently serving as the Chair of the Training and Education Committee for CLII. Dr. Wilner is a member of the American Psychological Association, The Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois, The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, and the Association for Conflict Resolution-Chicago.

Beyond her passion for her work, Dr. Wilner enjoys training for and competing in triathlons (swim…bike…run…rinse-repeat), reading, writing, theatre, and spending time with her husband and two beautiful children.

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