The Legacy of Dr. Ivan Goldberg


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


Methamphetamine is a highly addictive drug that is a type of stimulant. Commonly referred to as meth, crystal, ice, or glass, it takes the form of an odorless, white crystalline powder. To achieve a high, people smoke, snort, ingest, or inject the drug. Meth produces an intense but fast-fading euphoria, so people will often use […]

Kathleen Smith MA, LPC

October 3, 2016

What You Need To Know About Cocaine and Crack

People use stimulants for a number of reasons. They can easily become addicted to the euphoria, their inflated self-esteem, and the high-energy levels. They might like the version of themselves that is talkative and the life of the party. They might need to stay alert for a job or to study. One of the most […]

Kathleen Smith MA, LPC

September 21, 2016

PTSD in Children and Adolescents

Many people will experience traumatic events in their lives, including children and teens. Some researchers estimate that as many as 40% of children and adolescents will experience at least one traumatic event in their lifetime. While most people are able to “bounce back” from the event after a few days, weeks, or months, others struggle […]

Kathleen Smith MA, LPC

September 13, 2016

Creating a Drug Free Workplace

A workplace that has substance use problems isn’t just an unsafe space. It’s also an unhealthy and inefficient one. Drug and alcohol use in the workplace costs companies in the United States billions of dollars every year, often in the form of accidents. Employees who use drugs or alcohol are more likely to switch jobs […]

Kathleen Smith MA, LPC

September 6, 2016

Opioid Abuse

Opiates are a class of drugs that depress the central nervous system to relieve pain. They also create feelings of drowsiness and euphoria. A natural opiate originates from the opium poppy, but synthetic opiates are created in a laboratory. Hundreds of millions of opiate prescriptions are written each year. States have tightened their restrictions on […]

Kathleen Smith MA, LPC

August 31, 2016

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