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Tips from a Therapist for Teens on How to Survive Teenage Anxiety

Being a teen is tough. There's so much going on, both physically and emotionally. You're dealing with puberty, changing relationships, new academic and social pressures. Also, you're trying to keep up with all of the homework. It's no wonder…
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Online Therapy for Teens vs. In-Person: How do you choose?

Navigating Mental Health Support for Your Teenager You can sense that your teen is struggling emotionally. You ask open-ended questions about how they are doing, and they reply, “Fine. Don’t worry so much.” You feel that getting mental…

Evanston Therapy: My body flaws are taking over my life! Is it Body Dysmorphic Disorder?

You know that body positivity is the trend these days. Messages about loving every part of your body, no matter the shape, color, or size, are everywhere on social media. But somehow, you just can’t get past your flaws. Our Evanston therapists understand where you are coming from. We’re ready to chat with you about how you feel.


Evanston Therapy – Grades slipping, ADHD, and anxiety climbing? Evanston therapists help you beat procrastination

It’s final exam time for the Northwestern students here in Evanston and for many of the local colleges here in Chicago. You know you should be studying for that bio final or writing the paper for your psych class. In our Evanston therapy practice, we work with students like you to develop strategies to procrastinate less and keep the anxiety and ADHD away.

How to make meaningful friendships Kick anxiety to the curb

If you are a millennial feeling the weight of loneliness, you are not alone. Data from a 2019 poll by YouGov, a polling firm and market research company, say that millennials have the highest percentage of loneliness of all the generations surveyed. So, how do you reduce the anxiety and make new friends at this time in your life? As therapists in Evanston and Chicago, we often work with young adults navigating the new waters of “adulting.”