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TRANSITIONING FROM HIGH SCHOOL TO COLLEGE. TIPS ON BECOMING INDEPENDENT . Greta Nielsen. Inverness, Hoffman Estates, Palatine, Schaumburg Psychotherapist Counselor

 TRANSITIONING FROM HIGH SCHOOL TO COLLEGE Tips on Becoming Independent Greta Nielsen, MA, NCC, LCPC Clinical Care Consultants’ Inverness Office Psychotherapist Congratulations – You did it!  You’re out of high school and on your way to becoming an independent young adult.  Something that seemed so far off is now within reach.  Most likely this will […]

LONELINESS IN COLLEGE – YOU’RE NOT ALONE. Sarah Peterman. Inverness Palatine, Schaumburg, Counselor Psychotherapist.

Loneliness in College – You’re Not Alone  Sarah Peterman, MSW, LCSW Clinical Care Consultants Inverness, IL College can be an exciting time in life – you are gaining some independence, figuring out what you want to do for a living, and moving on from the high school social scene. You might be starting to live […]

FEELING STRESSED? HOW TO MANAGE ANXIETY. Nisha Shah. Psychotherapist Counselor. Inverness, Palatine, Schaumburg Hoffman Estates

Feeling Stressed?  How to Manage Anxiety By Nisha Shah MS, CRC, LCPC Clinical Care Consultants Inverness Office Psychotherapist Anxiety and stress have been issues for college students since the inception of higher education. New students, be it recent high school graduates or adults returning to school, are faced with the challenges of a more demanding […]

Oct. 30 Training Outline: Pathological Narcissism: Who They Are and What to Do with Them

Pathological Narcissism: Who They Are and What to Do with Them Introducing The Observe Don’t Absorb Technique 1. General definition of narcissism 2. Video clips of narcissism a. Entourage b. Trump c. Dr. Phil – add pics of enquirer showing hypocrisy 3. Brief history of narcissism a. The myth of narcissus b. The clinical recognition […]

5 THINGS TO DO (AND NOT DO) TO SUPPORT SOMEONE WITH DEPRESSION. Posted by Cheri Spiczka – Arlington Heights Depression Counselor Counseling

5 Things to Do (And Not Do) to Support Someone with Depression March 21, 2015 by Wiley Reading  Source: Img Kid Posted by an Arlington Heights Clinical Care Consultants Counselor – Cheri Spiczka Depression is a drag. Everyone who has it experiences it differently, but we all agree that it sucks. Sometimes, however, I wonder if […]

Inverness Office Open House. September 13. Counseling in Palatine, Hoffman Estates, Schaumburg and Rolling Meadows Area

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THE POWER OF POSITIVE THINKING. Posted by Marisa Sullivan Arlington Heights Counselor / Addictions & Substance Abuse Specialist

I enjoyed reading this article because I could relate to it. I have always thought in positive ways during my lifetime. I always seem to hope for the best when I am given a situation that might feel overwhelming at first. I believe events in life happen for a reason, a way for us to […]

LET YOUR SMILE TRANSPORT YOU TO WHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Ross Rosenberg Arlington IL Counselor / Psychotherapist

Let Your Smile Transport You to Where You Want to Be. Ross Rosenberg,  M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, CSAT  Smile, smiling, love, closeness, connection, vulnerability, ross Rosenberg, Arlington heights counselor, palatine counselor, inverness counselor, clinical care consultants, hoffman estates counselor, Schaumburg counselor, Illinois counselor, counseling center, counseling

Benefits of Mindfulness: Practices for Improving Emotional and Physical Well-Being. Dave Evans

I am posting this article because of my increasing awareness of mindfulness practices, especially in the psychotherapeutic realm.  Clinical Care Consultants’ Arlington Heights office is honored to have Dave Evans, MA, LCPC, a mindfulness specialist who is also an expert psychotherapist.  See his profile http://clinicalcareconsultants.com/dave-evans.php for more information on his wonderfully impactful and effective mindfulness […]

CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENT TREATMENT. Greta Nielsen Clinical Care Consultants Inverness Therapist

CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENT TREATMENT By Greta Nielsen, LCPC, NCC Today children and their families are faced with a multitude of stressors and parents wonder if their child’s response to the stress is serious enough to necessitate outside involvement, or are they just going through a “phase”? The best indicator as to whether or not a […]