Posts Tagged ‘arlington heights counselor’

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 […]

HOPE: A Four-Letter Word by Tim Olsen – Clinical Care Consultants Arlington Heights and Inverness, Illinois

HOPE: A Four-Letter Word by Tim Olsen, MA, LPC   While out on a run recently – tunes blasting in my ears, my aging muscles screaming for me to stop, the heat and humidity of the Chicago summer draining the life from me, one drop of sweat at a time – I heard a phrase […]

The Marriage Pier by Tim Olsen – Clinical Care Consultants Arlington Heights and Inverness, Illinois

The Marriage Pier by Tim Olsen, MA, LPC Have you ever been to Santa Monica or San Francisco, California?  I grew up on the west coast and used to love going to the piers built from these great beaches and bays. Piers are built out into the water for people to enjoy a view of […]

The “Thanks” In Thanksgiving by Angela Fitch – Clinical Care Consultants Arlington Heights and Inverness, Illinois

The “Thanks” In Thanksgiving by Angela Fitch, MA, LCPC The month of November traditionally begins the holiday season in this country, with the focus on the Thanksgiving holiday.  This is one of my favorite times of the year as I can spend a day eating delicious and “filling” food alongside my family and friends.  We […]

Help For The Holidays by Dave Evans – Clinical Care Consultants Arlington Heights Inverness

Help For The Holidays by Dave Evans, MA, LCPC “The Holidays are coming…and there’s nothing you can do about it!”     ~ Lin Brehmer ~ Many of us roll our eyes, smile, sigh, or maybe inwardly groan at the mere mention of the holiday season. Scores of songs, TV shows, and movies highlight the frustration, excitement, […]

Seasonal Depression by Greta Nielsen – Clinical Care Consultants Arlington Heights Inverness

Seasonal Depression by Greta Nielsen, MA, LCPC, NCC, MBSR-T “As Winter approaches, I get that feeling that I just want to go to bed and stay there until March.  Do I have Seasonal Depression?” This time of year in this part of the country most of us would like to fast forward to the warm, […]

Elderly Parents In Addiction Recovery Need  Us.

Elderly Parents In Addiction Recovery Need  Us. By Teresa Greenhill at teresa@mentalhealthforseniors.com With the arrival of the holidays we think nostalgic, sentimental thoughts about family and friends.  Sometimes those relationships aren’t as healthy as we would like them to be.  If you have a parent who struggles with addiction your relationship can be especially complicated.  […]

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 […]

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 […]