Emotional Health

WomanCare Offers Emotional Healing


We provide a comprehensive counseling service in a comfortable, confidential, and professional setting. Women seek individual counseling for a variety of reasons, including problems with family members, friends or love relationships; job dissatisfaction; feelings of depression or anxiety; or a general dissatisfaction with the direction of their life. Our Emotional Wellness Center will help with your emotional healing.


We work with couples that have difficulties in their relationships. We provide care and services to all types of couples, including married, living together, dating, separated or divorced, interfaith and intercultural. Marital counseling can enrich your relationship so that it has every opportunity to grow into a satisfying and stable marriage. We also counsel couples who are experiencing fertility issues or have experienced a loss through miscarriage.



Families deal with many challenges. Issues such as the changing family life cycles, communication across generations and the realities and problems of blended families frequently necessitates counseling. In addition, we help with children’s issues, including school adjustment, learning problems, adolescent peer group problems, as well as general parenting issues.

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Rocco Domanico

Clinical Psychologist

Director Rocco Domanico, Ph.D. was born and raised in Chicago. Dr. Domanico attended Loyola University of Chicago where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. Dr. Domanico continued his studies in Clinical Psychology at Loyola University where he received his Master of Arts degree and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. He has been professionally licensed in Illinois since 1995 and has been a member of the American Psychological Association since 1986.Dr. Domanico completed a 2-year post-doctoral Psychology Fellowship in the Division of Psychiatry at Cook County Hospital. He currently is a Senior Attending Psychologist in the Department of Psychiatry at John Stroger Hospital.


Philosophy of Practice: It is my strong belief that each of us has an innate drive to continue to grow and better ourselves throughout life. Unfortunately, life events, fear of change, unhealthy relationships and psychological maladies interfere with our journey. In order to assist clients, I actively participate in the treatment and provide individuals with the support, tools and gentle challenges required to assist in attaining a better quality of life and psychological well-being. Emotions are healthy experiences that all women share.

Available Locations:

1051 West Rand Road, Suite 101 Arlington Heights, IL 60004  847-221-4900 

355 West Northwest Highway Palatine, IL 60067  847-221-4700 

Available Locations:

1051 West Rand Road, Suite 101 Arlington Heights, IL 60004 847-221-4900 

Chelsea Domanico

LCSW-Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Chelsea Domanico earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Minnesota and her Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work from Loyola University of Chicago. Chelsea utilizes an integrative, systemic approach individualized for each client. She sees value in exploring the impact one’s environment and subsystems have on an individual’s behavior and mental wellness. Chelsea applies a strengths-based practice and incorporates mindfulness, behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and solution-focused therapy. Chelsea works to provide an engaging, warm, and safe space in which she empowers individuals to enhance their strengths, interests, and means.

Chelsea has experience working with a diverse population of individuals. She has spent many years working with adolescents and families, and her areas of focus include: problem sexual behavior in youth, delinquent/high-risk behavior in youth, trauma, anger, anxiety, depression, parenting, self-esteem, life transitions, gender and sexual identity, relational/family problems, and communication. Chelsea specializes in trauma work and is formally trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) for youth, as well as other trauma informed approaches.

Available Locations:

355 West Northwest Highway Palatine, IL 60067  847-221-4700 

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Chronic Illness

Our center also provides assistance to the chronically ill and their family members who may be dealing with the emotional challenges and stressors associated with chronic and life-threatening illnesses.


We Can Help!

"My life is full and balanced. I have created my own space and learned to let go of the unnecessary."

Sonia Jaime

LCSW – Licensed Clinical Social Worker


Sonia Jaime received her Masters Degree in Social Work from Columbia University, New York. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Certified Domestic Violence Response Specialist. Much of her clinical focus is on working with women and their families to promote healthy lifestyles and decrease high-risk behaviors. She also has extensive training and clinical experience in crisis intervention services, and direct outpatient individual, family and group therapy.


In addition, Mrs. Jaime is bilingual and bicultural; and she has significant experience working with the Latino community.Sonia Jaime was raised in Chicago's Northwest suburbs. She enjoys traveling with her family and giving back to the community through her volunteer efforts. She is passionate about empowering women to handle everyday life situations, make healthy life-choices and strengthen their coping skills.

Members of the Emotional Wellness Healthcare team provide help in the following areas:

Emotional & Wellness Center

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Life stressors

  • Relationship conflict

  • Lack of intimacy

  • Eating Disorders

  • Loss

  • Anger

  • Family conflict

  • Difficulty with a child

  • Coping with chronic medical conditions

General Goals of Therapy

and Healing

  • Improve self-esteem and develop assertiveness skills

  • Alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety

  • Manage and reduce life stressors

  • Improve the quality of interpersonal relationships

  • Reintroduce romance and intimacy into your primary relationship

  • Improve methods of coping with conflict

  • Learn ways to cope with chronic medical conditions

  • Work through grief and loss, overcome eating disorders

  • Improve self-liking and acceptance.

  • Finding meaning and self-determination in life.

Tools of Intervention to help you in reaching your goals

  • Supportive Therapy

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy

  • Interpersonal therapy

  • Family therapy

  • Couple's therapy

  • Education

  • Insight-oriented therapy

  • Relaxation training

  • Crisis management

  • Training in emotional regulation