Counseling@Northwestern Grad Reflects on Her Second AMHCA Conference

Counseling@Northwestern graduate Jennifer Reckner shares her experience attending this year’s AMHCA conference in the nation’s capital.

The Opera Reflections: Honor, Violence, and Cultural Norms in Modern Society

The second in a series of articles on mental health themes in opera explores concepts of honor and violence.

Dr. Nate Perron Leads Training on How to Support the Mental Health for Law Enforcement

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.

How Runners Can Use Psychology to Achieve Success

Dr. Michele Kerulis shares tips on how to integrate sport psychology into a running program. 

How Counseling Can Help After a Concussion

A concussion impacts physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Counseling can help an individual move toward a vision of healthy, holistic recovery.

Addressing Suicide Among First Responders: How Colleagues, Friends, and Family Can Help

Repeated exposure to death and destruction can lead to serious mental health conditions for first responders. Learn how to help.