Who are all these people on Relationship Solutions Center website? Along with some of my collaborative colleagues, I have put an ad in the Illinois Psychological Association (IPA) quarterly newsletter that was published and distributed on Friday, April 16th. Our hope is to educate psychologists
Dr. IrgangDr. Lisa Irgang is a Clinical Psychologist and the Owner of Relationship Solutions Center. She provides a variety of services to meet her clients needs. Dr. Lisa has worked with people throughout Chicagoland, helping with adjusting to significant life changes, ADHD, Alternative Sexualities, Anxiety Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Dealing with Chronic Illness, Depression, Low self-esteem, Parenting special needs children, Relationship concerns, and Trauma. She's a graduate of Argosy University Chicago and a Fellow at CLII - Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois.
Dr. Irgang answer's a readers question about alternative sexuality posts.
While my blogs haven’t been as frequent, I have been posting almost daily to the Relationship Solutions Center, P.C. Facebook page (@RelationshipSolutionsCenter). Hopefully, you have seen me there. If not, please “follow me” and my posts will show up in your feed. I also invite
When filling in your new calendar, start with the fixed, non-negotiable events, including: · Birthdays/Holidays · Consistent monthly weekly/monthly meetings · School calendar (days off, testing dates, etc.) · Standing volunteer commitments Then, you can start adding in additional activities. And, finally, you are ready to add in activity
Over the weekend, I read Know My Name: A Memoir by Chanel Miller for one of my book clubs. It is probably one of the most powerful books I’ve ever read. Chanel was originally known to us as Emily Doe, the 2015 sexual assault victim
and a caution about fireworks Here in Illinois, we have reached Stage 4 in the Restore Illinois plan. People feel free, rather than imprisoned and there is a level of excitement that has not existed for months. I can feel a buzz in the air
Over the past two weeks, I have had many conversations about racism and what I have noticed is we need to begin by understanding racial identity development. People of all skin colors and races go through an unconscious process of seeing themselves as having a
Just hours ago, the Supreme Court released their landmark decision to extend protection to folks who identify as gay, lesbian or transgender under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. The key to making this decision was interpretation of the word “sex.” In the past,
I have been chatting with Dr. Ragsdale over the past couple of days. His letter was shared via the Illinois Psychological Association listserv. I found it very powerful. With many of my sessions this week focusing on processing George Floyd’s murder, I continue to seek