Life on a Pedestal: The Role of Therapy for Athletes, Artists, and Entertainers

“The good part about being famous is being able to help people. The hard part is every day you have to be in a good mood, because that is what…

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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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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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