Carol Kivler was invited to participate in the WebMD Education program, “Why Depression Keeps Coming Back: What You Can Do About It”.
Carol Kivler was a guest on the HealthyPlace Mental Health TV Show and she talked about how ECT helped with her treatment resistant depression.
On April 12, LaShanda Armstrong drove her family’s minivan into the Hudson River, killing herself and three of her children. Carol Kivler, mental health author of “Will I Ever Be the Same Again?”, says she almost ended up in…
Carol Kivler was interviewed on Philadelphia’s ABC affiliate on October 28, 2010 by Ali Gorman, host of the popular segment Healthcheck, which airs on 6 ABC News at 11 PM daily.
For many the term ECT conjures up the movie image of Jack Nicholson convulsing in the movie One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest.
Carol appeared on the Natasha Sherman Show and discussed her recovery from mental illness in a wide ranging and very personal conversation.
Carol Kivler was interviewed by ABC36 TV about her experiences with shock therapy, also known as electroconvulsive therapy, or ECT, as a treatment for severe depression.
Carol Kivler interviewed by Nora Muchanic on ABC 6 on Perspective: New Jersey
Studies estimate that approximately 17 million people suffer from depression in the United States, yet many do not seek treatment. Mental health expert and author Carol Kivler says this may have something to do with a stigma about depression….
Carol Kivler was interviewed on the radio by Michael Cohen, Host of 1320 WILS, Capital City Recap. She shared a great deal of information about one of the most misunderstood ailments today, talked about her personal battle with clinical…
Interviewed by Mary Woods with guest host John McAndrew on WJBR 99.5, Carol shares some strategies involved with achieving and maintaining a “Courageous Recovery”.
Carol was recently interviewed on the Late Night Health Radio Show about her new book , “Mental Health Recovery Boosters”
Carol was a popular blogger for Esperanza magazine for 3 years. Click the logo above to read her posts.
Carol Kivler’s mission of sharing her journey through clinical depression.
Lawrence resident leads business, focuses on mental health education after depression battle.
Today, 20 years later, I’ve had over 50 successful ECT treatments during my four major bouts with clinical depression. ECT has become my “ladder out of the depression pit” for which I am most grateful.