Nancy L. Good, LCSW, BCIA, beloved daughter of Mary Schultz; aunt of Frank, Kristina, Tom and Michala Schultz, and Kara Crochett; great aunt to Kara Anderson; sister-in-law Cecilia Schultz; and loving friend to many, died in Evanston Hospital on April 6, 2014 at age 74.

She leaves a legacy of giving and service. Nancy provided psychotherapy, biofeedback, and stress management training to patients in her private practice. She conducted workshops for public and private organizations, including the University of Chicago, the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, ABA, and NASW. Her book, Relaxation: A Way of Life was published in 2010.

She earned a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Illinois and completed a 3-year post-graduate training program in Family Systems Theory at the Georgetown University Family Institute. She was certified by the National Association of Social Workers, EMDR International Association, as well as the Biofeeback Certification Institute of America.

Throughout her life, Nancy gave with heartfelt and consistent generosity to many in need. She served as Head Prayer Chaplain at Unity on the North Shore; sang in the choir; and taught classes on stress management, effective caregiving, and prayer and meditation.

A memorial service celebrating Nancy’s life will be held at Unity on the North Shore (3434 Central Street, Evanston, Illinois 847-864-8977, at 1 p.m. on May 24. To honor her memory, donations can be made to Unity on the North Shore, or Hillside Food Pantry.