Helping You Work
Towards A Better Life
We know that striving for your best when dealing with real-life concerns and battles is almost impossible.
Throughout her experience in therapy, training, workshops, seminars, speaking engagements, consultations, and other work with different professionals around the nation, Tamika has realized that:
“No matter what the professional setting is, the same principles apply. I cater seminars and workshops to the environment, but the foundation of the training remains the same. Whether in Education, Law Enforcement, First Response, Health Care, or Corporate America, the same core values are required to improve your mental wellness and overall quality of life. We eat right and exercise to enhance the quality of our physical life and often forget that the mental aspect requires just as much attention and diligence.”
Leading the charge in change
meet the founder
MSW, LCSW, CAMS
Tamika Hill is a mental health professional and Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Illinois and Indiana. She attended Governors State University, earning a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Social Work with immersive experience in school counseling, trauma training and re-entry programs. Ms. Hill has clinical experience mentoring young adults as well as training professional interdisciplinary teams, working diligently to help professionals thrive while balancing their personal and professional lives. Ms. Hill has received training and certification in the following areas:
Crisis Prevention Intervention
Critical Incident Stress Management with First Responders
Domestic and Sexual Assault Training
Tamika is a certified clinical trauma professional. In light of recent events and racial tension, especially those events involving the police, a bulk of Tamika’s work in this area has involved working closely with police departments and members of their communities to help provide education and training in social services.
She has led workshops in Park Forest and surrounding neighborhoods on how to heal and mend relationships within the community. Other successful workshops and training have included her work with hospitals to help staff effectively communicate when delivering traumatic news and work with organizations on how to be aware of and handle both mental illness and implicit bias.