The Legacy of Dr. Ivan Goldberg


Depression

Our clearinghouse for information on all types of depression and the most effective treatments for individuals suffering from all forms of depression.

Eating Disorders

Authoritative guide on the causes, symptoms and treatment of all types of eating disorders.

Drug & Alcohol Addiction

Effects and comorbidity with other mood disorders along with treatment and recovery

PTSD & Trauma

Traumatic events can produce a lasting negative effect leaving the individual unable to cope with everyday life.

Mood Disorders

A compilation of various mood disorders and common treatments

Internet Addiction

In depth look into the internet dependency’s causes and solutions

Recent Articles


Drinking and Driving

Driving under the influence is a huge problem in our country.In the United States, almost 30 people die every day in crashes that involve a driver impaired by alcohol. That’s at least one death an hour. There are over 100 million self-reported instances of alcohol-impaired driving every year, and over a million drivers are arrested […]

Kathleen Smith MA, LPC

August 22, 2016 Read more >>

Prescription Drug Abuse

When you use a prescription medication in a way other than that directed by a prescribing physician, then you are abusing that medication. This misuse can easily become an addiction with negative effects. People abuse prescription drugs for many reasons. Some of these include social pressure, experimenting with effects, to relieve stress, to feel high, or […]

Kathleen Smith MA, LPC

August 8, 2016 Read more >>

Grief in the Workplace

In most workplaces, there is nothing in the manual to address the death of a coworker. They might be like family to us, or we might have not known them well at all, so everyone is dealing with the loss differently. But there are ways to process the loss, grieve together, and also not disrupt […]

Kathleen Smith MA, LPC

July 30, 2016 Read more >>

Navigating Single Parenting

When you become a parent, your entire life changes. Parenthood poses challenges for anyone, but if a parent is managing the family without another partner, it can prove particularly difficult. A person might be a single parent because their partner has died or because their spouse might be away for a period of time (such […]

Kathleen Smith MA, LPC

July 26, 2016 Read more >>

Caregiver Health

Thirty-nine percent of all adults in the United States give unpaid caregiving to a friend or relative, and this number will only grow as Baby Boomers age. Caregiving is no easy task, especially when you have to balance the responsibility with full-time work. Many caretakers also report they experience a decline in both their physical […]

Kathleen Smith MA, LPC

July 18, 2016 Read more >>

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