CCR team member, Dr. Rebecca Ford-Paz, and other Illinois psychologists talk with NPR about how the uncertain future of the DACA program contributes to mental health issues of youth and families affected by the rescission.
On Monday, November 14th, 2016, CCR team members participated in a press conference held at Lurie Children's to address the growing concerns among youth feeling marginalized and despondent post-election. In addition to disseminating resources for youth in crisis, Mayor Rahm Emanuel assured the crowd that Chicago would always remain a "sanctuary city." Watch here
How should you talk to your kids about violence they see on the news or social media? In a Facebook LIVE interview, Colleen Cicchetti, PhD, and Tara Gill, PhD, CCR clinicians and pediatric psychologists, offer insights on how to help kids cope with violent news and images.
CCR was awarded a Get IN Chicago grant to provide support to six Get IN Chicago cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) grant recipients. Through professional learning communities, training sessions, and site visits, CCR works with grant recipients to implement and sustain best practices.
October 2015 | CCR Director, Colleen Cicchetti, PhD, shares her thoughts about bullying and ways that parents can both understand its impact, and help their children navigate complex social climates. shares her thoughts about bullying and ways that parents can both understand its impact, and help their children navigate complex social climates.