Johnny Carson once said: “In Hollywood if you don't have a shrink, people think you're crazy.” His observation says less about the stars than it does about the rest of us, who are typically reluctant to enter psychotherapy. By the time a client walks into my office, she knows something needs to change, has exhausted her own... READ MORE
Romantic relationships are complicated, intense, beautiful entities that can be challenging to nurture and sustain. Today's persistent emphasis on high-speed solutions, high-tech communications and ubiquitous social networking can compromise the development of a simple, organic union between two like-minded people hoping to find love. For... READ MORE
Can a marriage be saved after infidelity? Is it okay to cheat if a marriage has become sexless? If infidelity is discovered and a couple wants to stay together, how do they find their way through?
These questions are raised frequently during couples therapy if one or both partners have strayed. Ian McEwan's 2014 novel, The Children Act... READ MORE