Summer: A Season People in Chicago Embrace

May 9, 2016 admin

By: Greg Harms, LCPC, CADC It may be a little premature to start thinking about summer in Chicago, but the weather has started to finally move towards warmer temperatures.  Every year numerous blogs and other […]

The Narrative and stories we tell ourselves…

May 1, 2016 admin

Narrative Therapy By: Alex DeWoskin It is not a revolutionary view that culture and environment contribute to identity formation and how one experiences themselves and others.  Since Freud, schools of psychology have, to some extent, […]

Where No One Has Gone Before

March 26, 2016 admin

By: Bill Farrand, MA, LCPC Anyone who has lived in New York City as an adult prior to moving to Chicago (or any other less densely populated city) will immediately experience a mild form of […]

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