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Steven Harjung
· May 4, 2017
Love the place, and the staff. Not too far from home and my therapist it extremely caring and checks up on me.
Rhonda Patton
· August 22, 2017
THEY ARE AWESOME i would recommend this place to any one
Donna Lenz-Kandich
· April 1, 2017
I can't tell you how grateful we are to find "The Healing Center". They are very professional, caring and supportive !!! Excellent therapists and staff.
Zandra Henry
· September 9, 2016
Being thankful for everything! I am thankful that things are going better in my life and am looking forward to the future!
William Patton
· January 3, 2017
Shelly skas is awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...! SHe is my counselor See More
Zandra Marie Henry
· January 8, 2016
Im feeling good 5 star for the day thanks for helping me
Zandra Henry
· August 5, 2016
I Recommend the healing center I really like my counselor.

How does your child feel? Don’t fall for the standard, good, fine, alright, okay, etc. Here’s a list to help them get in tune with their feelings!

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Do you let your child go on musical-ly? Here’s a good article to learn more about it.…/porn-is-not-the-worst-thing-on-musical…

My daughter is ten. She wants me to get on my phone so she can make funny lip-sync videos.
Saying, "I'm sorry for your loss" is a bit like the cashier saying, "Have a nice day," at the convenience store.
One of the biggest topics right now in high school parent newsletters everywhere is the Juul. It’s a popular e-cigarette system that looks a lot like a USB flash drive—you may have seen one in your teenager’s room, figuring it contains an essay on The Great Gatsby. Based on Twitter and Instagr...

Please join Shelley Skas, LCPC for a presentation on Mental Health Disorders and Treatment for Children and Adolescents on April 9th 6:30-8:30 pm at
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4300 W. 119th Place in Alsip, IL 60803…/

Justice and Human Concerns and Lifelong Formation Event Facilitated by Shelley Skas - April 9, 2018 - Shelley will be talking about various mental health issues ranging from ADHD, anxiety, bipolar disorder, autism, depression, self injury, OCD, developmental delays, parenting skills, and the differe...
Disclaimer: I’m using the word triggered to describe the process of an experience/feeling that a child has that triggers a response in us as parents. As someone with depression and an anxiety disorder, I’m aware it can have other meanings regarding trauma and mental health. This will hopefully b...
Rachel Simmons writes that in the so-called age of girl power, we have failed to cut loose our most regressive standards of female success.
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I understand that many would choose not to hear what she says in the article, but your kids need you to hear this message.
According to a new analysis, the number of US teens who felt "useless" and "joyless" grew 33 percent between 2010 and 2015, and there was a 23 percent increase in suicide attempts.
Powerful, erratic, and somewhat mysterious, hyperfocus is a state familiar to any individual with ADHD who has ever zeroed in so totally on a project or task that the outside world has ceased to ex…
Caring and support can be an important way to prevent and heal from violence. What can we say to our kids about school shootings? What do schools need to do to take charge of safety for their students and staff? How can we prepare our kids to stay safe, get away, and get help?

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Adolescence is brutal — for teenagers and their parents! On top of raging hormones and escalating academic demands, teens with ADHD are navigating executive skill challenges that contribute to a “perfect storm” that overpowers most parents’ standard parenting strategies.
You need a new tool set. And that begins with understanding how your teen’s brain is developing — and how ADHD impacts her changing brain. Second, you... need to learn new strategies for working with your teen without driving him away. The good news: Time-tested approaches exist to help your teen transition to adulthood successfully. It’s just a matter of learning and practicing them — together.
This webinar will address the following topics:
1. how the adolescent brain changes and the challenges these changes present for the student with ADHD
2. the primary developmental tasks of adolescence and how they impact the parent-child relationship
3. the tools parents need to connect with their teens as they become more independent
4. how parents can help their kids take control of their lives while protecting them from serious risks
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Does your child have a bed time routine? Do they have a hard time falling asleep? Here are some tips to help.

Patient information on sleep and children. UCLA Sleep Disorders Center.