Back to Better | Episode: 012 | Justin Wolfe | May 23, 2020

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Justin Wolfe, LCPC, CADC, CRC, is a clinical therapist focusing on adolescent chemical dependency/dual diagnosis at Linden Oaks Behavioral Health. Justin serves as the Clinical Supervisor of Addiction Services at Linden Oaks Hospital – Outpatient Center at Mill Street in Naperville, IL. Servicing both adolescents and adults, Justin is a Licensed Clincial Professional Counselor, Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Certified Rehabilitation Counselor.

In this hard hitting episode Dr. Mark Kolkman and Justin discuss the warning signs of depression and provide tips for parents, peers and caretakers to take in promoting a standard of optimal mental health.

Justin is a thought leader in the area of recovery, mental health and shares his insights via his blog at https://www.eehealth.org/blog/authors/justin-wolfe/

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Back To Better | Episode: 001 | Kim White | May 12, 2020

Back to Better | Episode: 001 | May 12, 2020 | View Podcast: https://tinyurl.com/ybsg8phn

Welcome to the Back to Better Podcast, where we believe normal may not have been all that good for all that many so let’s be intentional about getting Back to Better – TOGETHER!

Each of our guests are local leaders from the public and public sectors, industry thought leaders and servant leaders form local not-for-profit organizations, law enforcement, public and private education, health care, faith based institutions; thought leaders and servant leaders who all share a common love for our community and the flourishing of those we call our neighbors.


Back to Better | Episode: 001 | May 12, 2020 | View Podcast: https://tinyurl.com/ybsg8phn


Kim White is the Executive Director of the Career and Networking Center in Naperville, IL. She serves on several Boards of Directors and volunteers for many charitable causes.

Enjoy our visit with Kim as we discuss her background as a resident of Naperville, daughter, wife and mom, neighbor, not-for-profit executive leader, volunteer board member and someone who has seen first hand countless motivational stories from a lifetime spent serving others.


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If you are interested in connecting with Mark to explore more about the Back to Better Podcast, submitting a request or referral to be a guest on the show, or how to use the SOUL of story to reveal the HEART of what matters, follow the link to schedule a FREE, no obligation Concept Clarity call at your earliest convenience.


During the Pandemic we all need a Spotter

The other day I was doing some chores around the house and decided to clean out the gutters. Typically, this is a task I can accomplish with little or no help. But this time, I knew I’d need to ascend to the top of the ladder and step off onto the roof in order to reach the area of repair.

Before I tried to climb the ladder clutching a variety of tools in one hand and the leaky garden hose in the other, I asked my teen aged son to brace the the ladder and keep from shifting on the uneven soil as I scampered on to the roof.

(Video) I asked him to brace the base; essentially I asked him to spot me for safety.

Life often requires us to step off of the ladder and walk on step inclines, why would we assume we don’t need a life spotter?

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Dr. Mark Kolkman uses the soul of story to reveal the heart of what matters.

Mark is an influencer whose reputation for integrity, empathy and consistent reliability spans the Chicago metropolitan market for almost 30 years. A personal brand ambassador with a dynamic flare for public speaking, he has taught in the classroom, coached on the field and coached or consulted in the marketplace and in life. Mark has delivered commencement addresses before audiences of more than 5000, preached sermons to congregations of 50, 150 and 500 and has led professional development seminars for groups of all sizes. His engagements range from keynote speeches for small businesses, institutions in private sector, schools, colleges and universities to local civic organizations. Mark also leads daylong workshops for businesses and retreats for church leaders tailored to outcomes based on the select needs of his clients. 

In any setting, Mark inspires his audience with a vivid call to action and authentically weaves the leadership lessons of his lifetime with the practical tenets of faith, people-centered ethics and values based on conscious leadership.

You can learn more or follow Mark anywhere you connect socially @DrMarkKolkman or email him directly at mark@FlexSolutions.llc.