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Topics that I have experience with include but are not limited to the following:
- Issues for Singles
- Living together
- Pre and Postpartum Issues
- Human Sexuality
- Impact of Social Media on Relationships
- Trial Separation, Separation, and Divorce
- Adult Development
- Issues for Teenagers
- Psychological Trauma
- Disaster Mental Health
- Stress Management
- Issues in the Workplace
- Career Counseling
- Benefits of Counseling
It may be a surprise to many that arguing about sex is not the most common point of contention for many couples. No. It’s not about sex. It’s about who does the cleaning that recent research has exposed as the most common topic that couples argue about. Here’s an interview that I did for Bustle, that was just published in the UK Sun.
HuffPo interviewed myself and other relationship therapists for our views on when it was time to end a relationship. So, before you take off your wedding ring, and grab your passport, here’s an article to help you figure out if it really is time to end it.
NYLON was interested in how families deal with political differences on social media. This continues to be a hot topic: to follow, or unfollow seems to be the question and there is little agreement about this either!
Ask most young adults about dating, and they naturally have many questions. Elite Daily’s Hannah Orenstein knows that I like to help singles as they navigate dating life. Here is one of two articles that just came out on the subject.
Reader’s Digest recently wanted to know about major signs that someone you are seeing is not The One. I was happy to contribute to this article in the hope that their readers will be saved from a life of misery, after having picked the Wrong One.
Having a baby is a big deal. Many couples wonder about being parents so HealthyWays magazine wanted to offer their readers some important questions to ask before having a baby. I was very happy to be a contributor on this project.
As the father of two enchanting daughters, I naturally jumped at the opportunity when Redbook asked me to highlight the importance of the father-daughter relationship. I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed doing the interview!
Quite often I see people who are suffering from something traumatic in their lives. The impact of unresolved trauma can produce great emotional pain. Reader’s Digest asked me to be a featured contributor for an article on this powerful subject.
It was a pleasure being a contributor to this well researched article by Helaina Hovitz at Teen Vogue. There are some great resources here for teens when they are feeling troubled and don’t know where to turn. This article could actually save lives.
The Manchester bombings this week are another reminder of the horrors of terrorism. Sometimes these current events can trigger powerful emotions about other events we’ve experienced in the past. This article from Health Magazine covers this subject very well.
You may have heard about the recent Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why. This powerful series covers sensitive topics for teenagers including bullying, slut shaming, body shaming, betrayal, and suicide. Here is a brief and informative article just published by The Culture Trip
If you’ve been in a relationship for awhile, there is always the possibility that resentments are going to occur, even in the best of times. Bustle asked me to comment on the topic: Seven Signs Your Partner Resents You, and what you can do about it
Woman’s Day was Looking for 30 Things Marriage Therapists Want You To Know. Myself and several colleagues contributed to this article. Swipe through all 30 tips for information that can help your marriage.