Treating Anxiety: Integrating Western and Eastern Therapeutic Approaches When: Thursday, February 21st, 2019 from 9:00am to 12:15pm Where: The Chicago School of Professional Psychology: 325 N. Wells St, Chicago IL 60654 Register at https://treatinganxiety.eventbrite.com Co-Sponsored with the Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute & presented by Larry Stoler, MSSA, Ph.D., this introductory workshop will introduce participants to an approach…
Many veterans report feeling misunderstood by their neighbors, family members, and lifelong friends when they return from service. This often causes veterans to reintegrate into their communities. The Telling Projective is an innovative approach that uses storytelling to build dialogue between individuals who have served in the military and the civilian community. Veterans and their…
This presentation will be provided in Spanish in order to highlight and reduce the stigma associated with couple’s therapy in the Latino community. The presentation will provide information about culturally-informed practices to promote healthy couple and familial functioning.
A series of four presentations in Spanish. The presentations have the purpose of providing information about issues of great importance to Hispanic/Latino families.
Les invitamos cordialmente a nuestra próxima presentación: “Fortaleciendo el ambiente familiar atreves de la comunicación entre padres”
Esta presentación en español le dará la oportunidad de conocer acerca de prácticas que toman en cuenta los valores culturales para promover un mejor manejo de las relaciones familiares y de pareja.
We saw great success at the 2016 Community Mental Health Conference. More than 300 people attended and we had several dynamic, knowledgeable speakers, including Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart, Temple University professor Dr. Mark Salzer, McGaw YMCA CEO Mark Dennis and CARA Program Director Jesse Teverbaugh.
Back Row: TCS ES President Dr. Michael Horowitz, Chicago Campus President Dr. Michele Nealson-Woods, Sheriff Thomas J. Dart of Cook County, NRCI Founder Larry Cohen, Mark Salzer, Ph. D., Professor at Temple University, Jesse Teverbaugh, Director of Cara Program, Interim Chief Academic Officer Dr. Ted Scholz, and Interim Chicago Campus Dean Dr. Tiffany Masson. Front…
When it was time for 12 year old Chasya Cohen, daughter of Eli and Rachel Cohen, granddaughter to NRCI founders Larry and Marilyn to present as her Tzedukah Project, (the obligation to do what is right and just in Judaism) her goal was to raise money for this organization.
In 2015, Evanston Community Foundation awarded a grant to Naomi Ruth Institute with the goal to create a positive change towards mental health related issues. Evanston Township High School students received training on mental health topics that impact high school students.
We are glad to share that on May 13, 2016, Marilyn and Larry Cohen were interviewed on Fox News to discuss mental health statistics, stigma surrounding mental health, and to promote the 15th Annual Conference, “Mental Health: Why Does it Matter?