Posts Tagged ‘inverness counseling’

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 […]

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, […]

Buyer Beware: Psychotherapists & Life Coaches Are Not the Same. Caveat Emptor.

  BUYER BEWARE Kris Walker, the consummate radio host on Mental Health News Radio, and I discuss the many risks and dangers inherent in seeking mental health or relationship help from unqualified, untrained, uneducated, and inexperienced individuals, many of whom have risen to fame thanks to YouTube. We also discuss how and why coaches are […]

Internal Family Systems Theory/Psychotherapy. Nisha Shah, Inverness Psychotherapist

  What is Internal Family Systems? Nisha Shah MS, CRC, LCPC Clinical Care Consultants – Inverness / Arlington Heights Il In a natural state, we as human beings are subdivided into a multiplicity of parts. Each part has its own set of experiences. If left to manage their experience without positive guidance, parts can be […]

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

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 […]