Erikson’s Center for Children and Families offers tips for parents and children.
Center for Children & Families
ABC 7 featured Nickels for a story on parents’ increasing concern after the shooting in Newtown, CT.
In a Chicago Tribune article, Nickels suggests telling younger children Santa’s limitations in delivering every child’s every wish.
Erikson helped student Rebecca Bleil understand the complex interplay of child development, culture, and family in her social work.
Parents and caregivers are invited to special drop-in sessions at Chicago Children’s Museum to talk with an Erikson child development specialist, mingle with other families, and play in a cozy setting designed for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers.
Life Goes Strong asks when children are too old or too young to participate, and how to pick an appropriate Halloween costume.
On WGN-TV’s morning news broadcast, Dean Richards interviewed Margret Nickels on the effects of violent TV and movies on young children’s behavior.
This summer, Erikson’s five-year fundraising campaign surpassed its $30 million goal.
The Erikson on Children newsletter describes how the Center for Children and Families provided one family the tools to become whole again.
Margret Nickels was on ABC 7’s morning newscast as part of its weeklong series “ABCs of Back to School” to discuss school anxiety.
Center for Children and Families director Margret Nickels shared her advice to parents on helping their child turn around a bad report card. This topic was featured in the weekly Chicago Tribune column The Parent ‘Hood.
This fall IKEA Schaumburg made a special gift of furniture and toys to Erikson’s Center for Children and Families.
Margret Nickels appeared on ABC-7 to give parents advice for helping their children get off to a good start in school.
Families with concerns about their child’s development, behavior, or learning can now turn to Erikson Institute for expert assessment and treatment.
Chicago Tribune reporter Heidi Stevens interviewed Margret Nickels, director of Erikson’s Center for Children and Families, about how parents should help their children understand and cope with loss and tragedy.