Posts Tagged ‘arlington heights counseling’

Teen Mindfulness Program by Greta Nielsen of Clinical Care Consultants. Inverness IL

  Greta Nielsen, MA, LCPC, NCC, MBSR-T Clinical Care Consultants 1642 W Colonial Parkway, Ste 100 Inverness, IL 60067 (847) 749-0514 ext. 230 ClinicalCareConsultants.com

Looking for FT Licensed Psychotherapist for Arlington Heights Office – Lucrative Pay

Looking for FT Licensed Psychotherapist for Arlington Heights Office – Lucrative Pay Clinical Care Consultants is seeking a full-time experienced MALE psychotherapist for its Arlington Heights office.  CCC is organization that values highly supportive, communicative, and collaborative working environment.  As a specialty driven practice, we are seeking a therapist with at least 5 years experience in […]

COUNSELING CHILDREN WITH GRIEF. Laura Pembook. Arlington Heights & Buffalo Grove Child Children Grief Counselor.

COUNSELING CHILDREN WITH GRIEF Laura Pembrook, LCPC, NCC, BCPC Throughout my 26-year counseling career, I have helped many adults and children heal from grief and loss.  Death is an abstract concept that is difficult for children to understand since they think concretely.  I have many resources and techniques that I utilize with kids to help […]

Counseling Children with Grief. Arlington Heights Grief Counseling / Counselor. Laura Pembrook

COUNSELING CHILDREN WITH GRIEF Laura Pembrook, LCPC, NCC, BCPC   Throughout my 26-year counseling career, I have helped many adults and children heal from grief and loss.  Death is an abstract concept that is difficult for children to understand since they think concretely.  I have many resources and techniques that I utilize with kids to […]

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 […]

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 […]