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Anthony Chambers featured in New York Times Article Titled "How to Find the Right Couples Therapist"

Anthony Chambers, Ph.D., ABPP was recently featured in an article in The New York Times titled "How to Find the Right Couples Therapist." In the article, Chambers offers insight on the credentials that may be helpful in looking for a couples therapist, how using referrals from close friends can be a helpful place to start when looking for a couples therapist, and t Read More

Anthony Chambers Speaks to WTTW about Expanding Mental Health Services, Diversifying Available Therapists

Organizations across the city, including The Family Institute at Northwestern University, are working to provide more mental health services to Black and Latino Chicagoans. Part of that effort involves growing a more diverse pool of therapists. Anthony Chambers, Ph.D., ABPP was featured on a recent news story, produced in partnership with students at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and WTTW News, to weigh in on the manner. Read More

Dawn Livorsi on WTTW's Chicago Today Weighs in on US Health Panel Recommendation for Anxiety Screening in Kids

Dawn Livorsi, D.S.W., LCSW, was featured on WTTW's Chicago Today to weigh in on the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommendation that kids ages 8 and older be screened for anxiety. “Talk to your kids, recognize that not all communication is verbal,” Livorsi said. “Your kid is communicating, whether or not they’re speaking verbally to you, so look at their behavior.” Read More

The Value of Video Gaming for Older Adults

Dr. Dawn Livorsi spoke to Chicago Health: Caregiving about the growing number of older adults that are turning to video games to build connections and community.  Read more Read More

7 Steps to Help You Build a Healthy Relationship With Exercise

Michele Kereulis, Ed.D, LCPC spoke to Livestrong about the importance of building a healthy relationship with exercise. Read More Read More

Dr. Smita Gautam Speaks to ABC7 News About How Children Process Trauma Differently

Nearly a week after the mass shooting that took place at the Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, many throughout the community, both near and far, are struggling to cope with the resulting trauma of yet another senseless act of gun violence. Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Dr. Smita Gautam with The Family Institute at Northwestern University spoke to ABC7 about how children process trauma differently. Read More

How to Know If Your Partner Is Controlling and What to Do If They Are

Lisa Gordon, Ph.D., shared with Newsweek some of the telling signs of a controlling partner and what you can do about it.   Read Article Read More

‘I Can’t Stop Worrying About Money, Even Though I Have Enough’

Bahareh Sahebi, PSY.D., LMFT, was interviewed by The Cut New York Magazine, for the advice column MY TWO CENTS. In the article, I Can’t Stop Worrying About Money, Even Though I Have Enough, shared her expertise answering a reader’s personal question about her anxieties related to her spending habits.   Read Article Read More

Jocelyn McDonnell spoke to WGN-TV about how to talk to children about the tragic reality of school shootings

After another tragic school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Jocelyn McDonnell, M.A., LCPC, NCC from our Cognitive Behavioral Therapy team spoke to WGN-TV about how to talk to the children in your life about the tragic reality of school shootings. Watch the meaningful tips McDonnell had to share at the link below. Watch the interview on WGN9 Read More

How to Navigate Your Family’s Return to Normalcy This Summer

Preparing for a "normal" summer may be trickier than expected. Even the most COVID-exhausted family may experience unexpected anxiety. Dawn Livorsi shared tips with Chicago Parent on how to keep your cool in every scenario this summer.  Read article Read More

Making These Resolutions Can Improve a Relationship

Dr. Anthony Chambers shares suggestions for enhancing intimacy and romance with your partner in the new year. Read More

Why Millennials Are So Into Collecting Things

Jocelyn McDonnell spoke to the Huffington Post about why collecting is so soothing for millennials. Read More

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