Carolyn Glock, MA, LMHC
“I believe there is always room for growth and change for the better in our lives. Our minds and spirits were designed to adapt and be resilient. I’ve learned in my own life that for growth to be possible, I have to show up and allow myself to be open and seen. I believe healing is encouraged through showing yourself compassion, empathy, and kindness. As a therapist I model that for you and love to create a safe, peaceful space for you to process honestly. I know that in many instances, there are no good explanations or answers for the pains and trials of life, yet in order to live fully, it’s important to allow yourself time to feel, grieve, or create meaning of your past. Its valuable to be mindful of how events of our lives have left their mark. Often times we have little control over all our circumstances, but we can control our beliefs, challenge our perceptions, and possibly come away with new views of ourselves.
I grew up in Elgin, Illinois, a large suburb of Chicago. I moved to small-town Indiana to attend Grace College, where I completed my Bachelors of Counseling and Bible then later my Masters in clinical mental health counseling. At Grace, I also met my husband and we got married in July of 2016. We just recently welcomed our first daughter in June 2019. I appreciate the simple joys in life, taking walks, going on boat rides, watching the sunset, and traveling to visit family. I have counseled in multiple settings, including a college counseling center, a recovery home, and community mental health center. I’ve been humbled by what I’ve heard and honored to be a small part of a person’s bigger story. I’m passionate about a variety of needs, including helping people heal from trauma, enrich their relationships, overcome anxious thoughts, and understand who you are and work toward who you’d like to become.
I value guiding people into mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Whatever you’re going through, I‘d love to sit and be with you through your questioning, empathize, and encourage you. Therapy is valuable no matter what season you’re in. I know that even choosing to go to therapy is often a vulnerable decision and I’m grateful for those that trust me to come along for the journey. Know that your presence, feelings, and specific circumstances matter.
I'd love to work with you! See you soon."
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