Heidi Hillman-Pompe is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Missouri State University in 1994 and a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University in Atlanta, Georgia in 1996.
Heidi began her career providing counseling for children and families in Metro Atlanta and rural Georgia. Over the course of her career, Heidi has held several administrative and management positions, while also staying active as a therapist. She worked for the State of Missouri conducting disability determination reviews before taking the responsibility of managing programs that provided emergency and counseling support for children and families in West-Central Illinois. During this time, Heidi also worked as a crisis counselor and provided therapeutic services for students at Monmouth and Knox Colleges. Heidi returned to the work force after spending several years at home with her children.
Heidi brings a warm and casual style to her work as a professional counselor, where she focuses on conducting thorough assessments of her clients’ needs and empowering them toward practical and healthy solutions. She utilizes an Integrative approach to the therapeutic process that allows her to view the client from the theoretical orientation that will be most helpful to the individual situation. She often uses active interventions from cognitive-behavioral theory, interpersonal theory and family systems theories. Heidi’s clients know her as a supportive, caring and genuine therapist.
Heidi has dedicated her professional and personal life to supporting her family and her community. She is active in all her children’s academic, athletic and fine-arts activities. In her free time, Heidi is a runner (and chauffer) and enjoys reading, spending time at home with her family and traveling as often as possible.