Helping people attain their full ability is the intention of Arlington Heights resident Ilene Berns-Zare who’s a non-public and leadership instruct. Berns-Zare additionally writes a blog for “Psychology Today.”
Q: Why did you decide to grow to be a train?
A: I’ve always had a totally keen hobby in helping people attain their full potential. I started out in schooling. In the ‘90s, I labored for District 214 Community Education in substance abuse prevention, leading a community coalition. I went lower back to school for my doctorate in psychology because I desired to recognize extra approximately the human condition and resilience.
Q: What form of help do you provide humans as a train?
A: I do character and institution coaching and additionally give talks to businesses. I attempt to help human beings carry body, mind, and spirit into stability with their strengths, callings, and capability, to assist people to figure out what’s next and a way to navigate that.
Q: How could you describe your customers?
A: A lot of the clients I work with are seeking out greater work-lifestyles stability. Some people are constructing management capabilities. I also paintings with a variety of humans in transitions, midlife and beyond—empty nest or awaiting retirement.
Q: What issues do you cope with for your Psychology Today blog?
A: The blog is referred to as “Flourish and Thrive: navigating transitions with mindfulness and resilience.” I write on subjects related to transitions.
Q: What do you enjoy most approximately dwelling in Arlington Heights?
A: The colleges are notable, which is one of the reasons we moved right here. I love our downtown and how it’s shifted during the last 20 to twenty-five years. And we’ve were given quite a few friends here.
Q: What’s your favorite nearby eating place?
A: La Tasca.
Q: What ebook are you presently analyzing?
A: “Into the Magic Shop” with the aid of James R. Doty, MD.
Q: Is there a TV display you couldn’t miss.
A: We like “This Is Us.”
Q: What do you do to unwind?
A: I love to sing. I love my spiritual studies. I’m a Reiki grasp. Gardening and yoga.
Q: Where do you sing?
A: I sing with my synagogue choir at Congregation Beth Am in Buffalo Grove. I have the joy and privilege of making a song a solo every 12 months for the high holy days.
Q: Who’s your hero?
A: My high school song teacher. If it hadn’t been for her, I don’t recognize that I might have gone to college or maybe known my strengths and who I am