Trinity Wellness Counseling & Yoga chose the lotus flower to represent our business because it symbolizes human resilience and our ability for personal growth – despite having gone through struggles in life. The lotus flower is associated with purity and beauty, even though it emerges from murky waters.
At Trinity Wellness Counseling & Yoga, we believe in your ability to overcome any and all of life’s challenges. We welcome the opportunity to help you heal, reconnect with your true self, and guide you in releasing guilt, fear, depression, grief, resentment, and any other obstacles that may currently be causing you emotional, physical or spiritual pain.
Trinity Wellness Counseling & Yoga strives to provide an environment that fosters healing, growth and personal development while being sensitive to challenges each client faces during their particular developmental stage.
Are worrisome thoughts keeping you up at night? Do you experience feelings of shakiness, nervousness, rapid heart rate, sweating, nausea or other physical symptoms that are not related to a medical condition?
Has your mood been low lately? Are you feeling fatigued or a lack of energy? Have you noticed a change in your sleep habits or appetite? Are you experiencing excessive guilt or feelings of worthlessness or uselessness?
Are you having difficulty communicating or feeling understood in your relationship? Do your arguments seem to result in feelings of anger or sadness? Are you feeling disconnected or lonely in your marriage?
Have you suffered emotional pain as a result of experiencing a traumatic event such as abuse, an accident, military combat, rape or natural disaster? Are you experiencing flashbacks, unpredictable emotions, or are your relationships...
Are your young adults, teens or children having difficulty with life transitions or managing stress? Is your teen or child having difficulty coping with divorce or blending of step-families? Is your child struggling with anxiety or depression? Trinity Wellness Counseling can help...
Do you tend to eat more when you are stressed? Do you eat when you’re not hungry or when you’re full? Do you eat to feel better and to soothe yourself when you are experiencing painful emotions? Have you felt guilty for overeating?
Jamee Kerkman is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with the State of Illinois and a Certified Yoga Teacher. She graduated from Benedictine University with a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology and a Bachelors Degree in Psychology. Read More…