Depression affects approximately 17.3 million American adults in any given year. Divorce is a difficult life event that can cause depression or worsen existing depression-related issues. Because of this, it is essential for divorcing couples and their support networks to be proactive in identifying and dealing with depression.
Join us for a discussion about divorce-related depression with Karen Kalliel, Clinical Social Worker and Therapist.
Also joining the conversation are Theresa Beran Kulat from Trinity Family Law, Stephen Koh from Lenox Advisors and Jill Daniels from Jill Daniels Law.
Karen Kalliel is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Chicago with over ten years of experience, focused on treating and reducing the symptoms of depression and anxiety. She employs a strengths-based approach to therapy, helping clients understand what they do well and assisting them in identifying their challenges.
Karen attended school at Loyola University. In her spare time, she practices Aikido, a Japanese martial art that emphasizes conflict resolution.
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