April 4, 2017 | Cost: Free
This community education seminar focuses on identifying and treating older adults with depression and is appropriate for community members and professionals. Since depression can present differently in the older adult population, it is important to recognize symptoms and differentiate between depression and other medical issues that may need physician involvement. Older adult men are at a high risk for suicide.
Check in will be from 6:30-7:00 PM. Advance registration is requested as seating for this event is limited.
Includes 1.5 CEUs.
Richard Lyon, MA, LCPC, CADC, CAMS-II
MaineStay Youth & Family Services
1700 Ballard Road
Park Ridge, IL
The NW Suburban Cluster Presents:
Minds on the Edge, Facing Mental Illness
– a multi-platform media project that explores severe mental illness in America
Monday, May 1st
2515 Palatine Road
TO RSVP or for more information please contact:
Sue Geegan email@example.com
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Developmental changes in adolescence are dramatic as the brain and body evolves. Deborah Taber, Administrative Director of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences for the Northshore University Medical System, will review how school demands, drug use, social media, and gender identity issues can create a mental health crisis in this public forum.
Presented by NAMI CCNS.
Adolescent Mental Health
Current Trends in Our Communities & Programs
NORTHBROOK PUBLIC LIBRARY
Monday, April 17
7:00pm, Pollak Room
Northbrook Public Library
1201 Cedar Lane
NAMI CCNS Cordially Invites You To:
“Ask the Psychiatrist Your Questions About Mental Illness”
Meet John Zajecka, M.D., an expert in novel treatment approaches for bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety disorders. Dr Zajecka, Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Depression Treatment and Research Center at Rush University Medical Center, has conducted research and authored numerous publications about these illnesses.
He has published extensively on diagnosis, novel treatment approaches, and long-term outcomes in affective disorders, with a special interest in treatment resistant illness.
Come prepared to ask him your questions about mental illnesses.
Monday, January 23, 2017
Annual Business Meeting at 6:30 p.m. – All are welcome
Education Program 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
This program is free and open to the public at the
Journey Care, Administration Building,
2050 Claire Ct, Glenview 60025.
Directions: Take Willow Rd to Ravine Way, which is west of Waukegan Rd and east of Patriot. Ravine Way is at the entrance of North Shore Corporate Park. Turn south on Ravine and then left onto Claire Court. Journey Care is at the very end of Claire Court, which is a winding road.
NAMI CCNS, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Cook County North Suburban, is a local affiliate of NAMI, the Nation’s Voice on Mental Illness.
For additional information, please call us at 847-716-2252
or visit us at www.namiccns.org