Courtney is a psychotherapist at Wildflower Center for Emotional Health. She earned her Master’s Degree from Northwestern University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Courtney holds certifications in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, Integrative Medicine (Nutrition) for Mental Health Clinicians, and Clinical Trauma Practitioner Training. Her clinical experience includes working with adults and adolescents facing anxiety, depression, … Read More about Therapist Spotlight: Courtney Collins, MA
Source: Photo by Milan De Clercq on Unsplash The pandemic has impacted all of our lives in unprecedented ways and much has been lost, from the ultimate loss of loved ones to job loss to the loss of our ability to engage in our hobbies or connect with friends and family safely. At the beginning … Read More about Taking Space: How Intentional Distance Can Actually Improve Your Relationship
Source: Photo by whoislimos on Unsplash Grief can feel like such a weighty word and heavy concept. Simultaneously, living through a time in which we have all lost so much, grief can also feel like an impossibly small word that cannot begin to describe how we feel about the experiences we have suffered. Burnout, isolation, … Read More about Making Your Grief Your Own
Lakeitta is a psychotherapist at Wildflower Center for Emotional Health. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Illinois State University and her Master’s degree from DePaul university, specializing in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, groups, and families who have experienced a variety of challenges such as depression, … Read More about Therapist Spotlight: Lakeitta Harris, M.Ed.
Kathleen is a psychotherapist at Wildflower. Kathleen’s areas of particular interest include working with individuals with complex trauma, anxiety, depression, and identity development challenges, as well as reproductive health issues. Her therapeutic style is highly eclectic, drawing from evidence-based therapies in addition to relational cultural and feminist perspectives. Kathleen graduated from the University of Dayton … Read More about Therapist Spotlight: Kathleen Janosky, MSW, LCSW