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Michele Kereulis, Ed.D, LCPC spoke to Livestrong about the importance of building a healthy relationship with exercise. Read More
My grandson, age seven, plays the videogame Minecraft every night at 6:30 with a friend. They play online, each at home in front of their respective screens. There are occasional in-person play dates, but those are rare. When I first heard about the Minecraft routine, I considered it a wonderful way of engaging with a pal, especially during the pandemic. Lately, I’m not so…
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…
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
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
The federal government's Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs recently compiled a list of resources to help children, families, educators and community members cope after mass shootings.
The story has been circulating through the Chicago grapevine: a 15-year-old student at one of the city’s high schools hung himself in January. The family claims that relentless bullying, much of it through text messages, pushed their son to this horrifying outcome. They have filed suit against the school and a host of parents of the classmates who participated in the bullying.