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New Year’s Resolutions for Children

December 30, 2014

Michele Southworth, JD, LMFT contributed to an article for ALOHA Mind Math about the pros and cons of New Year’s resolutions for children. Ms. Southworth gives guidance for setting resolutions and making it a positive experience for kids. Read the full article here.

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Emma Steiner, LCSW on WHYY’s NewsWorks Radio Show

December 18, 2014

On WHYY’s NewsWorks radio show, staff therapist Emma Steiner, LCSW spoke about PTSD in relation to the murder/suicide that happened in Montgomery County on December 16 involving marine veteran Bradley Stone. The show aired on December 17th.  Click here to read the article recap.

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Holiday travel: Coordinating kids and adults for the holiday season

October 30, 2014

Council for Relationships’ Staff Therapist, Emma Steiner, MSW, LCSW, spoke with The Christian Science Monitor on juggling holiday obligations – from sports to spouses – in order to gather family around the holiday table.

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Dr. Michele Marsh on “The Grandparent Trap” in American Baby Magazine

August 25, 2014

Council for Relationships staff therapist, Dr. Michele Marsh, contributed to an article in American Baby Magazine on dealing with grandparents before, during, and after the birth of a child. Once, moms, dads, and medical staff were the only ones in the delivery room (problem solved!), but now BFFs, labor coaches, and even photographers are often bedside….

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Therapist Priscilla Singleton contributes to Philadelphia Inquirer article about Half Birthdays

August 21, 2014

Council for Relationships’ staff therapist Priscilla Singleton, MSW, LMFT, LCSW contributed to the article The half-birthday party: ‘Happy Half-Birthd – ‘ for the August 13, 2014 issue of Philadelphia Inquirer’s Style and Soul Section. The article discusses half birthdays, their relation to self-esteem, and the importance of positive associations.

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Dr. Sara Corse contributes to CBS Philly article about “the silent treatment”

August 7, 2014

In the CBS Philly article Silence Speaks Louder Than Words…Except When It Comes to Relationships, Council for Relationships’ Dr. Sara Corse provides advice on handling arguments and fostering relationships. The article is based on a recent study that found “the silent treatment” to be the most damaging type of relationship conflict.

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