Helping people heal past wounds and develop into men and women of God.

White Stone Counseling Resources

Sharon WhitedSharon is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been a professional in social welfare and mental health for over 15 years. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from West Chester State University. Sharon continued her studies at University of Illinois at Chicago where she completed her Master of Social Work.

Sharon's professional experience includes working with people across the lifespan. She has helped individuals, couples, and families in a variety of clinical settings. Sharon worked as a Social Worker in child welfare, assisted living/nursing care, and an outpatient mental health hospital setting before coming to White Stone Resources. Her professional experience includes helping individuals, couples, and families experiencing depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, addiction, parenting challenges, and relational conflict.

Sharon lives in Chicago with her husband and three children. She is actively involved in her church community and anti-human-trafficking work in the city. Sharon enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, theatre, music, biking, hiking, and reading.

Offices: Northbrook, Lake Bluff | Phone: 847-984-0732 | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Documents

Sharon also sees clients at this partnering church location:

New Community Covenant Church (Logan Square, Chicago)

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"As a pastor, I have tremendous confidence that when I send a member of our church, they will meet with a counselor who brings true grace and compassion mixed with sound Biblical counsel. They have also helped me to be a better counselor as a pastor and to get a better picture of the challenges and struggles our people face. They are more than just counselors to whom we refer. We consider White Stone to be our ministry partner in helping us disciple our congregation to emotional and spiritual health and in ministering to our broken world."

 — Mark Albrecht, Senior Pastor
NorthBridge Church
Antioch, Illinois