Dealing with the complexities that arise in the aftermath of grief and loss can feel all-encompassing.
The transition back to school can be a source of anxiety and stress for many students.
Minority communities have be disproportionally affected by the negative impacts of COVID-19 and other unimaginable tragedies and events causing an increase in reports of stress, depression and anxiety.
Autism Spectrum Disorder can take on many forms, ranging in severity and symptoms often causing the disorder to be misunderstood. Renay Gartner, Psy.D., Director of Assessment Services and Amy Wolok, Psy.D. discuss how Autism is diagnosed, how it might present, and what current research is saying about the disorder.
Katie Lamb-Heinz, Chair of the Board of Directors for The Family Institute at Northwestern University, was recently featured on NBC Chicago's Making a Difference, showcasing The Family Institute's commitment to providing therapy at no cost through the Bette D. Harris Family & Child Clinic for clients seeking mental healthcare they need. Lamb-Heinz also shared information about the Gratitude Gala on May 10.
As we continue to battle the children's mental health emergency, this 1-hour virtual event featured a discussion amongst Caroline Callahan, M.S., AMFT, Jocelyn McDonnell, M.A., LCPC, NCC and
On March 29, Heather Lofton, Ph.D. and Nikki Lively, M.A., LCSW engaged in a 1-hour discussion, moderated by Sara Benhamron, Cloud Solution Architect for Sustainability at Microsoft, surrounding the specific challenges that high-achieving women may face in the workplace that can have an effect on their mental health.
During the webinar, Tamara Faulkner LCSW, CADC, Director of Couple Services spoke with Rebecca Coopersmith, LSW, CSE and Leah Fishbein M.S., LMFT in a discussion on how to develop stronger relationships with those you care for most.