Health Directions

Our Mission

The mission of Health Directions is to encourage a balanced lifestyle by promoting:

- Wellness of the body and mind
- A sense of becoming, changing, improving, and growing
- Good health habits
- Positive lifestyle choices

Health Directions began operations in 1994 as an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), and has expanded into an in-person and online emotional health and wellness provider. Health Directions offers confidential counseling, therapy, and substance use services, provided by licensed professional staff.

Telecounseling TherapyLiveVisit services are provided in licensing partnership with MDLiveCare, a health services provider of advanced telehealth technology. In addition, Health Directions’ counselors provide online telecounseling services to MDLiveCare’s national portal which provides both medical and behavioral health care to employers and insurers.

Activity

  • Michael Lau, PhD - LeSalle, IL - Psychology
    One type of treatment involves scheduled smoking. This strategy includes reducing an individual’s nicotine intake gradually over a period of a few weeks by getting nicotine users to agree t increase the time between cigarettes for example. The cigarettes are smoked on a schedule provided by a treatment...Read More
  • Michael Lau, PhD - LeSalle, IL - Psychology
    One type of treatment involves scheduled smoking. This strategy includes reducing an individual’s nicotine intake gradually over a period of a few weeks by getting nicotine users to agree t increase the time between cigarettes for example. The cigarettes are smoked on a schedule provided by a treatment...Read More
  • Michael Lau, PhD - LeSalle, IL - Psychology
    One type of treatment involves scheduled smoking. This strategy includes reducing an individual’s nicotine intake gradually over a period of a few weeks by getting nicotine users to agree t increase the time between cigarettes for example. The cigarettes are smoked on a schedule provided by a treatment...Read More
  • Michael Lau, PhD - LeSalle, IL - Psychology
    Yes. One co-existing condition or common emotional effect that can exist is depression. You may experience feelings such as sadness; an inability to experience pleasure; you may have difficulty sleeping (trouble falling asleep or staying asleep); you may have no appetite or an increase in your appetite;...Read More