Our Search for Meaning in a Pandemic World

As mental health counselors, my colleagues and I are seeing firsthand the psychological consequences of this COVID-19 pandemic health crisis. Clients who were previously coping with psychological disorders have felt…

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Managing COVID-19: Tips for Families with Children/Teens

Prior to social distancing, it was easier for families to overlook each other’s anxiety. Enter COVID-19: the virus that the entire world is talking about and fighting against. When news…

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Teletherapy – We Are Here

Life has taken an abrupt shift for all of us in the rapidly unfolding COVID-19 pandemic. While you are most certainly not alone, this experience can feel very isolating. The…

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Elusive Empathy: Rethinking Domestic Violence

Given the sensitive nature of the topic, I believe it is prudent to open with a clear statement. This post is in no way attempting to diminish the objectional nature…

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Carl Rogers: On Becoming a Person

This year marks 50 years since I first began to counsel clients as a supervised psychotherapist in training.  That was at DePaul University Graduate School in the Counseling Psychology Master’s…

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