Mood Tracking with Children and Adolescents by Christine Taylor, LCPC

Often I meet parents who are worried, sad, and even confused about their child’s mood. They feel like they can’t keep up, or they don’t understand where the mood changes are coming from. This leads to more frustration and feeling helpless. A good place for families to start is with mood tracking. Mood tracking is […]

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Introducing Ariele Riboh, MS, R-DMT, LPC

Ariele is the embodiment of motion – graceful, focused, and determined – she brings a new dimension of skills to the Gurnee family. A registered dance/movement therapist, licensed professional counselor, she is also a yoga and prenatal yoga teacher. Through her practice, Ariele guides her clients to try on new qualities of actions and behaviors […]

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The Price of Denial by Laura Novak, LCSW, CADC

Several years ago, as I was driving home to Illinois from a friend’s home in Indianapolis, I drove east on I-94 instead of west. This wouldn’t have been a problem if I caught it quickly. However, that’s not what happened at all, and before you know it I saw the sign WELCOME TO OHIO. Can you imagine? My […]

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