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.


Anxiety disorders affect nearly 18% of the US adult population. Anxiety is very treatable for those who seek professional help.  Learn more about how to manage this relatively common mental health condition.


Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder affects an estimated 6.4 million (11%) Children in the US & 8 million (4%) adults. However, many go undiagnosed and untreated.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder affects about 2.6% of the U.S. population age 18 and older. Learn more about treatment options to manage this condition.


The overall prevalence of Schizophrenia is low, affecting approximately 1% of Americans, though what makes this illness monumental is the severity of its symptoms.

PTSD & Trauma

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

Drug & Alcohol Addiction

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

Eating Disorders

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

Mood Disorders

A compilation of various mood disorders and common treatments

Recent Articles

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

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

Finding a Support Group

Sometimes a group of people can assemble and amazing things will happen. These people often share a common problem, and by listening and working together, they can help each other heal and grow. These are sometimes called support groups, or self-help groups.  When you face a problem in life, the first people to whom you turn […]

Kathleen Smith MA, LPC

June 30, 2016

Managing Your Anger

Anger management is a phrase that gets tossed around in everyday language, but it’s often misinterpreted. Managing your anger doesn’t imply that you won’t ever feel angry. Life is full of challenges, and sometimes it is healthy and normal to experience anger. What you do with that anger is important, so mature adults must learn […]

Kathleen Smith MA, LPC

June 29, 2016

Knowing When Your Child Needs Help

Sometimes kids can exhibit behaviors that indicate they are at risk for social and emotionally difficulties later in life. These challenges can leave the child frustrated and unable to positively cope with change or stressful situations at home or school. Angered or confused, he or she may resort to violent and aggressive behavior, leaving a […]

Kathleen Smith MA, LPC

June 15, 2016

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