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Emotional Manipulators

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Understanding The Attraction 

Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC

Clinical Care Consultants

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Ross Rosenberg

Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC

 

 

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Join presenter Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC as he explains the fundamentals of this attraction dynamic, using a unique, fresh and innovative approach.

  • Learn Why Emotional Manipulators and Codependents are Drawn Together

  • Understand the Binding Nature of These Relationships

  • Understand the Complex Origin of Emotional Manipulation and Codependency

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Ross Rosenberg is owner and a psychotherapist at Clinical Care Consultants, an Arlington Heights / Buffalo Grove IL Counseling Center

3325 Arlington Heights Rd., Ste 400B

Arlington Heights, IL  60004

(847) 749-0514 ext. 12

Email: ClinicalCareConsultants@gmail.com

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Does Mental Health Sometimes Seem Oxymoronic? by Tim Olsen – Clinical Care Consultants Arlington Heights and Inverness, Illinois

Does Mental Health Sometimes Seem Oxymoronic?

by

Tim Olsen, MA, LPC

Does mental health sometimes seem oxymoronic?

Think about it, who doesn’t have mental health days?  Don’t we all have anxious thoughts, depressed feelings, confused direction… like, all the time?  The answer, far from moronic, is nobody, everybody, and “duh!”  Is it possible to achieve a healthy mind?  That would be awfully nice.

Are we not people who live in clearly confusing times?  We are called to be the best employee, the best parent, the best spouse/partner, the best student, child, friend… simultaneously.  Right.  Don’t these “bests” play against each other?  Sounds a bit like military intelligence.

Just act natural.  Isn’t that the answer?  Let’s put on our masks – you know the ones, they match our many hats.  Now, let’s go out to the world in which we live and be amazing at everything we do, all the time.  That is a recipe for anything but natural behavior or sanity.

I have one body.  I have one mind.  I have one spirit.  Being as close to healthy in each of these areas can keep me seriously happy.  It’s true.  For the most part, the more I pay attention to my physical being, the less I suffer physically: intentional exercise, diet, and doctor visits keep me active and functioning within my responsibilities and recreation.  The more I pay attention to my spiritual being, the more peace I have: prayer/meditation and connection with eternity through faith and nature keeps my perspective more rounded and grounded.  And, the more I pay attention to my mental being, the more clearly I can see my direction, my needs, and of what I are capable.

Some people might say that it is nearly impossible to have mental health.  As a therapist, I disagree.  I believe my work applies to one of the most important and powerful areas pertaining to human existence, the possibility of peace of mind.  But that is just my unbiased opinion.