Archive for the ‘Therapy’ Category

20 Nov

How Do Caregivers Talk to a Child About an Absent Parent?

Christine Wamble, MFT, works with individuals, couples, and families in our University City office. Read on to learn her advice to caretakers on how to talk with a child about an absent parent.  Ideally, a caretaker’s response should be emotionally regulated and delivered in a… Read More

6 Nov

Featured Therapist for November, Christine Wamble

Every month, Council for Relationships features one of our Staff Therapists. This month's Featured Therapist is Christine Wamble, MFT, who joined our staff in 2019. Learn about Christine in the interview below!  Tell us a little about what makes you unique as a therapist and… Read More

30 Oct

Maintaining Self-Love While Dealing With a Mental Illness

Erica Rand, LCSW, MEd, works with individuals and couples in our Center City and University City offices. Read on to learn her suggestions on maintaining self-love. Depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses can distort how we view ourselves and negatively affect our self-confidence, which in… Read More

2 Oct

Featured Therapist for October, Erica Rand

Every month, Council for Relationships features one of our Staff Therapists. This month’s Featured Therapist is Erica Rand, LCSW, MEd, who joined our staff in 2019. Learn about Erica in the interview below! What do you consider to be the goal of therapy? What do… Read More

19 Sep

Creating Intimacy: Ways to Reconnect with Your Partner

Brittany Kurdewan, LMFT, works with individuals, couples, and families in our Center City office. Read on to learn her suggestions for reconnecting with your partner.  September is usually a month filled with life transitions. The season is changing; you’re preparing for the Fall; you’re getting… Read More

3 Sep

Featured Therapist for September, Brittany Kurdewan

Every month, Council for Relationships features one of our Staff Therapists. This month’s Featured Therapist, Brittany Kurdewan, LMFT, joined our staff in 2019. Learn about Brittany in the interview below! Why did you decide to become a therapist? I have always been interested in a… Read More

21 Aug

Back to School on the Right Foot

Lynne Raju, MS, LMFT works with parents and children in Exton, Pennsylvania. Read on to learn how to prepare your children for a prosperous school year.  Children will be back to school soon. This can be a stressful time for them because it means new… Read More

1 Aug

This Month’s Featured Therapist, Lynne Raju

Every month, Council for Relationships features one of our staff therapists on the blog. This month's Featured Therapist Lynne Raju, MS, LMFT, joined our staff in early 2019. Get to know more about Lynne in the interview below! Tell us a little about what makes… Read More

30 Jul

Understanding Post-Partum Depression

Dr. Jane Summers is the Medical Director at Council for Relationships, and founding Director of Women's Psychological Health Services. Having specialized in women’s behavioral health throughout her career, Dr. Summers' approach prioritizes understanding the unique issues that effect the emotional health of women such as… Read More

2 Jul

Featured Therapists – Therapists of Women’s Psychological Health Services

Every month, Council for Relationships features our staff therapists on the blog. This month, we feature the therapists of our Women's Psychological Health Services program. Read on to get to know more about the group!   What is Women’s Psychological Health Services? WPHS is a… Read More