Author Archive: Peggy Roth, MSEd, LMFT

2 Jun

Self-Reflection After an Argument

Staff Therapist Peggy Roth, MS Ed, LMFT specializes in the problems of anxiety, trauma, depression, parenting issues, loss, and uses EDMR extensively. Peggy uses EDMR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) to help unlock and re-process any trauma, relieve anxiety, panic, phobia, and depression. In this blog post,… Read More

17 May

What to do When Your Friends are Getting a Divorce (Part 3)

In parts one and two, we touched on some ways for Ann to explore and cope with her experience of Mary and Andy's divorce. This last part will look at the possible impact on Ann's relationship with her own husband, since one of her worries… Read More

10 May

What to do When Your Friends are Getting a Divorce (Part 2)

In Part 1, we noted some of the feelings which Ann might experience as she copes with the news that her friends, Mary and Andy are in the process of divorcing. In the second of our three articles, we will look at some of the… Read More

3 May

What to do When Your Friends are Getting a Divorce (Part 1)

Jim and Ann are a couple in their 30's with 3 small children. They have been part of a group of friends since college. Their social life, both individually and together has revolved around this close circle of married friends with whom they have shared… Read More

18 Dec

Bipolar Disorder: Dispelling the Fears

During a recent conversation with colleagues we were struck by the way in which we have begun to think about those clients who are very sensitive to their environments as having a place on the continuum of bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorder has an underlying chemical… Read More