As a child and teen therapist in Washington DC, I am frequently talking with parents about how to manage screen time. In my work providing individual psychotherapy to children/teens and family counseling, I don’t use a ‘one size fits all’ approach–every child and family has different needs and benefits from individualized interventions and strategies. While creating a media plan that’s ...READ MORE »
As we begin our journey into 2018, it’s important for us to sit back and reflect on 2017. As a child and teen therapist in Washington DC, I have been talking with families about how to utilize reflection in an effective manner while also setting meaningful goals for the future.
During all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, we ...READ MORE »
Last month, I wrote about how couples either initiate or stand-off sexual invitations within their intimate interactions. We discussed the classic texts by Dr. Ian Kerner-Passionista and She Comes First, https://www.iankerner.com/, which detail male and female sexual functioning and pleasuring. I must emphasize that these books are must reads for any sexually active man or woman.
This week, ...READ MORE »