December 22, 2020

Holiday Family Gatherings During COVID-19

by GoodTherapy Family gatherings during COVID-19 are going to look different than any other year. Americans are used to gathering around the table throughout the holidays with our entire family and celebrating one another and our traditions. The unfortunate reality of the pandemic means that […]
November 22, 2020

Raising your spirits as the temperature drops

This will be a winter unlike any other we have experienced. For those who already dislike winter, adding a pandemic to the mix can feel burdensome. As with any adverse experience, the healthiest way to approach it is to recognize and alter patterns that haven’t worked well […]
October 15, 2020

Zoom school’s mental health toll on kids

Academic and social development are likely to slip during online learning for many students. Patricia Perez, PhD, has a front-row view of how the shift from in-person school to distance learning is affecting many youth, and she sees a disturbing trend: Many children are struggling […]
August 19, 2020

CPA Welcomes 4 new therapists!

With the growing calls to meet our child and adolescent treatment needs, we are excited to welcome four new therapists who are accepting new clients at both of our CPA locations and at all of our school locations as well. Please click each therapist’s name […]
October 15, 2019

Which traits predict job performance?

Mom always said that personality and smarts go farther than good looks. And now even psychologists are on her side. For years, psychologists turned to cognitive ability, brainpower, as a predictor of job performance. Smarter people were considered more likely to succeed on the job. […]
October 2, 2019

Please welcome Susan Ringle, MSLPC, LPCC, RPT Practices in Waukesha

From her bio: It is an honor and a privilege for me to earn the trust of the individuals, couples, and families that I serve. I focus on creating an environment that supports a sense of safety as well as an accepting and trusting relationship […]