A concussion impacts physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Counseling can help an individual move toward a vision of healthy, holistic recovery.
Repeated exposure to death and destruction can lead to serious mental health conditions for first responders. Learn how to help.
In part two of their chat, Dr. Kerulis and Brandon Breaux discuss how the artist is enabling people to express their creativity and emotions.
The first in a series of articles on mental health themes in opera explores concepts of aging in Gounod’s Faust and Luc Steels’ Fausto.
While the human drive for perfection can be a catalyst for success, pushing too hard over time can be destructive and even lead to mental illness.
In part one of her discussion with artist Brandon Breaux, Dr. Michele Kerulis looks at the research behind art as a healing tool.
Counseling@Northwestern Attends the 2018 International Association for Counselling Annual Conference
This September, Counseling@Northwestern faculty and students presented at the 2018 International Association for Counselling Annual Conference in Rome.
Counseling@Northwestern core faculty member Dr. Eric Beeson will examine the scientific understanding of resilience among individuals and communities.
Black women often face serious physical and mental health challenges during pregnancy. Addressing discrimination in care cannot be overlooked.
Dr. Michele Kerulis shares her thoughts on how ABC’s new drama A Million Little Things could help to open dialogue around mental health and stigma.