Dr. Michele Kerulis explores how clowning was used by the lead character in the movie Joker to facilitate connection with others.
Dr. Michele Kerulis shares her experience at TEDxCHicago Women where she spoke about showing up.
Counseling@Northwestern Faculty Present on Timely Issues at American Psychological Association Convention
At this year's American Psychological Association Convention, Counseling@Northwestern faculty presented on a wide range of topics.
Learn how counseling students can avoid pushing themselves to the point of mental and physical exhaustion.
The way we use language shows respect and understanding or a lack thereof. This guide offers inclusive language recommendations for various areas of life.
Counseling@Northwestern sat down with Dr. Donna Baptiste to discuss the effects of forced separation on loved ones and how counseling can help couples.
Counseling@Northwestern graduate Jennifer Reckner shares her experience attending this year’s AMHCA conference in the nation’s capital.
The second in a series of articles on mental health themes in opera explores concepts of honor and violence.
To help address the overlooked mental health needs of first responders, Dr. Nate Perron participated in a skills training for counselors and professionals in the field.
Dr. Michele Kerulis shares tips on how to integrate sport psychology into a running program.