Archive for the ‘Depression’ Category

Bullying = Poison by Cheri Spiczka – Clinical Care Consultants, Arlington Heights and Inverness

BULLYING = POISON by Cheri Spiczka, MA, LCPC Bullying is an epidemic that has been widespread in our society for a long time. It is a factor in the lives of about 95% of the young people I work with in therapy who come to me for treatment of depression, anxiety, ADHD, self-esteem issues, and […]

Time for Change and Growth by Greta Nielsen – Clinical Care Consultants, Arlington Heights and Inverness

Time for Change and Growth – Be Resilient! by Greta Nielsen, MA, LCPC, NCC August and September are times of typical transition. Whether you’re wrapping up your summertime fun, the kids are going back to school, or perhaps returning to work yourself, change is inevitable. It’s how we respond to it that can help or hurt […]

Tips on Setting Boundaries in Enmeshed Relationships.

Tips on Setting Boundaries in Enmeshed Relationships By MARGARITA TARTAKOVSKY, M.S.   Healthy emotional and physical boundaries are the basis of healthy relationships. Enmeshed relationships, however, are bereft of these boundaries, according to Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, a national seminar trainer and psychotherapist who specializes in relationships. Whether it’s a relationship between family members, partners or […]

100 Leading Sites on Bipolar Disorder and Depression

100 Leading Sites on Bipolar Disorder and Depression From: http://www.mastersincounseling.org/bipolar-depression.html Bipolar Disorder, sometimes referred to as manic-depressive disorder, though that term is somewhat antiquated, is characterized by extreme fluctuations in mood, from euphoric highs and feelings of immortality and delusions of grandeur, to despairing lows and hopelessness. There are many known causes of the condition that […]