our favorite Articles, websites, & books
On Mental Health:
DrugRehab.com A website with information and resources for people battling addiction and related conditions.
https://www.therecoveryvillage.com/mental-health/ An educational resource with helpful articles, blog posts, and resource pages to increase understanding and awareness of addiction - a disease that affects so many - and mental health in general.
The Vulnerability Cycle: Working with impasses in couples therapy: If you're not afraid to get a little technical, Mona Dekoven Fishbane and Michele Scheinkman provide an excellent antidote for a complicated pattern in their 2004 Family Process article
Mating In Captivity, by Esther Perel Are you struggling with a decline in sex drive? Are you very close to your spouse? Are you confused about the situation? This book offers some unexpected answers.
Hold Me Tight Dr. Sue Johnson offers some essential ideas on repairing deep emotional injuries including infidelity in her classic book. This book offers concrete, experiential exercises to couples struggling to find forgiveness.
Dr. John Gottman and his wife, Julie Gottman, have been researching couples, doing therapy and training therapists with their groundbreaking method for many years. They have several books that are worth taking a look at.
Tony Rousmaniere, What Your Therapist Doesn't Know. This is an excellent article from The Atlantic about Feedback Informed Therapy (FIT). Some of our clinicians use it and find it very helpful. Take a look.
ccrc in the news:
Why We’re Still Worried About Age Gap Relationships. CCRC founder & president, Josh Hetherington, LMFT, is quoted in this article by Natalie Maggiore about the stigmas surrounding age-gap relationships, and how to make them work.
4 Landlord Mistakes That Almost Cost Me My Marriage—and the Lessons I Learned. CCRC founder & president, Josh Hetherington, LMFT, is quoted in this great article by MJ Grenzow about landlord couples and the pitfalls to avoid.
These Therapists Are Bringing Co-Founder Counseling to Startups. CCRC therapists Shira Galston & Myra Castañeda are featured for their work with business cofounders in this Chicago Inno article by Jim Dallke.