Provided below is practical marriage advice from relationship expert and licensed marriage and family therapist who since 1993 has been and continues to provide counseling for couples, individuals, and families.
Whether you wish to be the President of the United States Of America or you are a child in grade school running for student council, the same rule applies: you
Married or in a committed relationship? Have children? If the answer is yes then the topic of men vs. women and chores, the mother-in-law, and discipline – are topics that likely have come up. Check out segment #3 of: Ask Dr. Karen to learn more. Ask Dr. Karen is a regular monthly morning segment on FOX 25 News Boston offering viewers the opportunity to submit their relationship questions and relationship expert Dr. Karen Ruskin answers them live on air.
Word has rapidly been spreading about FOX 25 News Boston’s newest segment: Ask Dr. Karen. Want to know more information about what relationship expert Dr. Karen Ruskin and FOX News Boston are up to? Check out this summary blog for the Intel.
What parent does not want concrete tips to help them to stop arguing with their kids? All parents at some time or another wish they had a tool box of
Are you looking for expert advice regarding how to cope with and successfully navigate the journey of your adult children moving back in to your house? FOX News Magazine interviewed
The Boston Globe’s Daily Dose Columnist Deborah Kotz interviewed this Psychotherapist to explore Clint Eastwood’s use of the empty chair during the Republican National Convention. Specifically, the focus of my
Eastwooding – is actually the psychotherapeutic technique and intervention known as the empty chair technique. There has been much chatter about Eastwood’s use of the empty chair during his speech (AKA