Dr. Sibley shares her personal reflections on grief in the second of this two-part series.
I’m writing this blog as Part II to a previously posted blog, Clearly Grieving, in which I reflected on how doing my own emotional work prepared me for losing my father. I’m a therapist in Washington, DC and nearby Bethesda, MD who believes in the ...READ MORE »
Dr. Sibley shares her personal reflections on grief in this two-part series. The first part, below, was written just a few days prior to her father passing away.
I’m writing tonight to advocate for the power of grief work–or even more so, for the power of doing your emotional work before you grieve. As a family therapist in Washington DC, ...READ MORE »
I recently went to see the documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor? the story of Mr. Rogers. I was brought to tears multiple times during the movie. Those tears, and the messages of Mr. Rogers, left me with some reflections about my own journey as a parent and my clinical work as a child and family therapist in Washington, DC.
Children ...READ MORE »