Archive for the ‘Anger’ Category

Dave Evans, MA, LCPC. Clinical Care Consultants Arlington Heights Psychotherapist

Dave Evans, MA, LCPC   Dave Evans, MA, LCPC, is considered an expert in mindfulness-based counseling, which promotes inner peace, acceptance and problem resolution. Using these mindful awareness practices, he helps his clients understand their endless human cycles of anger, fear, sadness, and feeling misunderstood. He integrates mental health and spirituality to address real-life situations. […]

Cheri Spiczka, MA, LCPC. Clinical Care Consultants Arlington Heights Psychotherapist

Cheri Spiczka, MA, LCPC   Cheri Spiczka, MA, LCPC, specializes in teens, especially the younger ones. Her younger clients experience her as an ally in their quest to find an identity while individuating from their parents. Her teen specialties include gender and sexuality challenges, self-harm, depression, and suicidal ideations. She possesses a firm grasp of […]

Clinical Care Consultants. Counselors Who Care. Arlington Heights Buffalo Grove Palatine Inverness

Clinical Care Consultants Specialty Driven Counseling Our highly trained, experienced and competent counselors / psychotherapists provide the gamut of mental health services, which include individual therapy, marital / marriage therapy, couples therapy and relationship or family counseling services for all age groups. CCC only employs seasoned, confident and experienced clinicians – averaging 19 years in […]

Healthy Road To Recovery From Addiction by Ewa Florczak – Clinical Care Consultants, Arlington Heights and Inverness

Healthy Road To Recovery From Addiction by Ewa Florczak, MA, LCPC The road to recovery from addiction can be a challenging one, full of substantial obstacles along the way. An individual deciding to become sober must deal not only with physiological and mental withdrawals, but also overwhelming cravings and triggers. It is an uphill battle […]

Stand Up To Bullying by Greta Nielsen – Clinical Care Consultants, Arlington Heights and Inverness

Stand Up To Bullying by Greta Nielsen, MA, LCPC, NCC, MBSR-T There is growing awareness of how painful and permanent the effects of bullying can be, but it remains a significant problem that needs to be eradicated. Bullying is an act of aggression, intimidation or threat that occurs within a relationship where there is an imbalance […]

How Art Can Heal by Cheri Spiczka – Clinical Care Consultants, Arlington Heights and Inverness

How Art Can Heal by Cheri Spiczka, MA, LCPC I have worked with adolescents and teens for over 14 years, and though I am there to guide them, I find they often have more to teach me. I have learned that as a direct result of being their own worst critics, they try to escape […]

Criticism versus Constructive Feedback: The Art of Empowerment & Affirmation. 12 Tips On How to Provide Supportive & Affirming Constructive Feedback

Criticism versus Constructive Feedback:  The Art of Empowerment & Affirmation 12 Tips On How to Provide Supportive & Affirming Constructive Feedback Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, CSAT “Angry and derogatory criticism is a statement about the critic and his anger than about you.”   Thanks to a recent piece of feedback, I feel compelled to say: There […]

Anger Turned Inside Out: New Perspective On Anger

Anger is hurt and fear of abandonment turned inside out. Anger is a secondary feeling that is often identified as the primary emotion. It, therefore, never communicates anything constructive. Behind every terrifying roar of anger is a hurt or frightened person who is ineffectively trying to get others to love, affirm and accept them. Anger […]