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Dara Winley, Ph.D., LMFT, authored a piece for Psychology Today addressing the impact of gender and racial pay gaps on Black women’s mental health.
Kristina S. Brown, Ph.D., LMFT, chair and professor in the Department of Couple and Family Therapy at Adler University, offers insight to Women’s Health about relationship deal breakers and how to handle them.
Karen Washington Caffee, Ph.D., LMFT, M.Ed., CST, assistant professor and program director of Sexology in the Department of Couple and Family Therapy at Adler University, offers insight to Cosmopolitan about signs you may be falling out of love with your partner.
Health care providers often dismiss endometriosis pain as ‘all in your head’ − which can delay a correct diagnosis and treatment for years.
The US is home to more international migrants than any other country. But even though immigration is an actively debated topic, immigrants are poorly understood.
Rachel Diamond, Ph.D., LMFT, authored a piece for Psychology Today sharing how if you’ve been through a major life transition like new parenthood, your priorities, needs, and desires have likely changed.
Maternal mental health disorders have significant long-term impacts not just on the well-being of the person who gave birth but, when untreated, on the whole family. Rachel Diamond, Ph.D., LMFT, the clinical training director for couple and family therapy at Adler University, shares insight on why we need maternal mental health awareness and signs of concern.
Adjunct Faculty Wendy Kovacs Cortes, Ph.D., LMFT, offers insight in an Authority Magazine article about how to raise children who feel loved and connected.
Discussing some key topics before – or even after – they move in together can help couples successfully navigate this step.
Kristina Brown, Ph.D., LMFT, shares insight on addressing and coping with endometriosis when it affects intimacy.