Category Archives: Live Life. Moving Forward.
The last couple weeks we’ve all been doing it – watching the numbers rise, first overseas, now here at home. We hear about the number of new cases of COVID-19, number of deaths, where they’re dispersed throughout the world and, … Continue reading
In an article recently provided by Kari Humphrey, interesting research has been studied on the correlation between drug addiction and a person’s mental health. In an excerpt from the article describing what it entails: Mental health and substance abuse often … Continue reading
Family Counseling Services of Northern Illinois is proud to announce that it has received a $15,000 grant for Counseling Changes Lives – Everyone Should Have Access. The grant was awarded by the Dr. Louis and Violet Rubin Fund of the … Continue reading
At Family Counseling Services of Northern Illinois, our clinical staff is composed of master’s degreed therapists who have degrees in social work, counseling or marriage & family therapy. Restrictions imposed by licensing laws require one to have a certain education … Continue reading
Anger. No one is immune to this emotion. However, anger levels vary widely. What triggers angry feelings and how they are expressed can differ greatly person to person. Some anger is healthy, however, when anger causes negative effects on your … Continue reading
August 24, 2015 Family Counseling Services has announced the selection of Eileen M. Liezert, LCSW, as its new Interim Executive Director. “We are very pleased to announce this appointment,” reported David Larson, FCS Board President. “Eileen brings leadership and professional … Continue reading