Therapist Spot Light: Kaleigh Nobbe

By: Kaleigh Nobbe, Clinical InternAfter many years not believing I needed to earn any degree, I am pleased to have found a passion for furthering my education to benefit those facing daily challenges they may not yet understand. For over a decade, I struggled with...

ACES: The Hand You’re Dealt

By: Carol Briggs, Clinical InternWhen someone mentions ACE’s, you might think of poker. In the world of wellness, ACE’s stands for adverse childhood experiences. Studies found that ACE’s influence physical and mental health in adulthood. And the more ACE’s a person...

Coping Skills Types: Physical Skills

By: Ema Gavrilovic, LPC Ema graduated with a master’s degree from DePaul University in counseling with a specialty in clinical mental health. Ema welcomes clients of any age, and specializes in children and teens, “at-risk” youth, people with trauma, school-based...