The Shocking Truth About a Crappy Childhood

Dr. Colleen Cira received both her Masters and Doctorate from The Illinois School of Professional Psychology and is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the State of Illinois.  She’s the Founder and Executive Director of Cira Center for Behavioral Health, PC, a boutique group practice specializing in Women and Trauma with locations in Chicago and Oak Park.

She was named one of the “Top 100 Women in Chicago Making a Difference” by Today’s Chicago Woman. Dr. Cira is a trauma and anxiety expert, clinical supervisor, writer, speaker, consultant, activist, wife, and Mommy to two little ones.

Here are some few things Dr. Cira would say in an interview:

    • What are some things that constitute having a crappy childhood?

Concussion Season: What Football Kids Can Do to Better Protect Themselves

Interview one of our doctors on this timely topic. Here are several talking points for a prospective interview:

Workaholics – Are You One Or Do You Work For One?

What you need to know…

Interview with Dr. Diane Hamilton on this topic

Dr. Diane Hamilton is a professor and a business leadership expert. She gives seminars, leads podcasts and shares blogs helping people to build better business strategies. Here are a few things she could say in an interview about having a workaholic boss:
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Hidden Danger: Kids & Backpacks

Interview on of our Media Doctors on This Topic

Here are a few things that one of our health experts would say in an interview about your kids and their backpacks: 

  • The American Academy of Pediatrics says the average weight of a 6th graders backpack is 18.4 pounds.

  • A backpack should only be 10% of a child’s body weight.

  • Your Kids’ backpacks are not only hurting them, it could be causing asthma! When the neck is stressed forward, those nerves are attached to the lungs.  There is a connection here. Continue reading “Hidden Danger: Kids & Backpacks”

How To Prevent and Treat Hormonal Imbalance With Your Lifestyle

Interview Dr. Eldred Taylor

Here are a few things Dr. Taylor would say in an interview about preventing and treating hormonal imbalances for dietary and lifestyle choices: Continue reading “How To Prevent and Treat Hormonal Imbalance With Your Lifestyle”

What To Do With A Workaholic Boss?

Interview Diane Hamilton

According to Dr. Hamilton, many leaders have unique situations where they can work unusual hours.  For example, they might not have a personal relationship that requires much time other or they might have a spouse who handles their homelife situations, children responsibilities, etc.  Some tips that work include: Continue reading “What To Do With A Workaholic Boss?”

Dealing with “Emotional Complexity”

Does Your Boss or Significant Other Have “Emotionally
Complexity”?

 

Interview Colleen Cira:

Dr. Colleen Cira is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in Trauma, so she has worked with hundreds of people struggling in their relationships.
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The Gig Economy – The Best Thing You Can Sell (Information)

Interview Business Coach, Geeta Nadkarni

Here are a few things Geeta Nadkarni could say on this topic:

    • The best thing to sell… information.  Information doesn’t require a storefront.  An information business can start very inexpensively.  I started mine for $300 and was making more than 6 figures in 6 months.
    • Coaching and consulting is the type of business started. Now I show others how to take their expertise and sell coaching and consulting.  We have clients who are making multiple six figures on the way to 7 figures. Continue reading “The Gig Economy – The Best Thing You Can Sell (Information)”