Bill Blundell


Bill Blundel

Bill is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Illinois, with 10 years of counseling experience. He received his Master of Arts degree from Bradley University, in Human Development Counseling. Bill's undergraduate degree is in Sociology from Illinois State University. Bill is currently working on a Masters of Public Affairs from the University of Missouri and will complete that in December 2017.

Bill has been working with children since the start of his professional career in 1999 and over the years has branched out to working with adults, individually and couples counseling. Bill will works with a myriad of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma (both children and adults), phase of life issues and many other mental health issues. Bill specializes in treating Obsessive Compulsive disorder, more specifically pediatric OCD, but works with adults with OCD, as well. Bill is active in the OCD world and works hard to stay up to date on cutting edge treatment of OCD. Bill has had the privilege of leading a support group at the International OCD Foundation's annual conference. Bill has consulted with school districts in the area of recognizing anxiety in students and how to help them. Bill has experience as an adjunct professor teaching courses for Bradley University and Greenville College.

Bill is married with two lovely children and is active in the community. He serves as a member of the Board of Education in Metamora, IL. He is the coach of his daughter's soccer team and enjoys all different types of sports, but his biggest passion is the Miami Dolphins.