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In this story, Crain's Chicago Business talks extensively with the Adler School's Robert Baker, Psy.D., about Chicago's harshest winter in years and its mental health toll, including its impacts on those with seasonal affective disorder (SAD), depression and anxiety disorders.
Among his comments, Dr. Baker, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology, describes trends in seasonal depression, treatments and experience from his own private practice working with clients this winter on Chicago's north side.
Click here to read "Who had a great winter? Mental health professionals."
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