Posts Tagged ‘House Calls Counseling’

Show and Tell? No, please tell and not show!

May 11th, 2016

By Katie Jackson, LCPC Our kids are so good at showing us what they are feeling by yelling, hurting themselves, others or property, or by running away (just to name a few). If only we could get more telling! Verbally expressing their emotions would make it much easier for us to hear, but also help…..


Qualified Candidate Sought for New Practice Manager Position

June 17th, 2015

House Calls Counseling, the premier provider of in-home, attachment-focused, trauma-informed psychotherapy in Chicagoland, is seeking a Practice Manager to grow its business operations. We are seeking an experienced and entrepreneurial leader to help our expanding practice. The Practice Manager leads the operational and business interests of House Calls Behavioral Health, P.C. This position is responsible…..


Happier (?) Father’s Day

June 13th, 2014

by Billy Kaplan Father’s Day Those words don’t seem to have the same impact on our adopted children as “Mother’s Day.” Why? I’m not really sure, nor do I think anyone knows. However, I would first speculate that it is clear that at the moment of birth, our children experience a great, and probably traumatic,…..


A True Story from Parenting in SPACE (woven from parents who attended before)

March 4th, 2014

In the two days of the conference, “I felt for the first time that there were people who understood what our family deals with from day to day. My stories were not odd or shocking.” When I think about what made it special, to be honest, I think, “what didn’t make it special?” “[We] laughed…..