Category Archives: Mental Healthcare Providers

The Elephant in the Room. Is Your LLC or Business Entity Insured?

Starting your own private practice is a significant milestone. It means you’re ready to hang out [...]

Putting the “Health” in Mental and Allied Health

Both mental and allied health providers have to keep one thing in mind when practicing their [...]

When Practice Isn’t Perfect

Your job as a mental health professional is a major part of your identity, but it’s not [...]

Connect with Others During Mental Illness Awareness Week

October 6 – 12, 2013 is Mental Illness Awareness Week, a week during the year that CPH and [...]

Mental Health Professionals will Benefit from Healthcare Reform

One of the biggest steps in dealing with mental illness comes in eliminating the stigma and [...]

Mind Your Health! May is Mental Health Month

May is National Mental Health Month. According to Mental Health America, the theme is “Mind your [...]

CPH Proud to Support NAMI in Our Home of Chicago This September!

CPH is an official sponsor the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) upcoming NAMIWalk in [...]

Gratitude Journaling

Stay Thankful this Holiday Season with Gratitude Journaling.Sound, heavily documented care is no doubt one of the top methods of protection when facing [...]

Mental Illness Awareness Week – Depression

The week of October 5th – 11th is this year’s Mental Illness Awareness Week. Tuesday, October [...]

Legal Model for Reintegration Therapy

In domestic relations and custody cases, courts may order that a therapist assist in reuniting a [...]

How to Identify an Emotionally Abusive Patient

All mental and allied health care providers seek to recognize the root of their patients [...]

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