How smart of you to recognize the need for emotional support/counseling. Many caregivers, busy as they are with the everyday demands imposed by autism, do not realize how important it is to be in their best emotional shape in order to better help their families!
My husband (Cesar Ochoa, MD) is a board-certified developmental pediatrician and has a relatively new practice in St. Alexius Medical Center (Alexian Brothers--I believe that is not too far from Roselle). He works with another board-certified developmental pediatrician (Nancy Keck, MD) and with a multidisciplinary team that includes a clinical psychologist (Christopher Watson, PhD), an occupational therapist, and a speech-language pathologist. If you want to inquire about their services, you may call ###-###-####.
Another great resource is the IATTAP (Illinois Autism/PDD Training & Technical Assistance Project, available at http://www.illinoisautismproject.org/). This is a program that focuses on supporting kids on the spectrum and their families, and offer both the technical and emotional support that families need. Contact your local Family Resource Specialist Network (click on "Staff")! This is a great site and a good starting point for many families; I highly recommend it.