Marriage and Family Therapist
Cyndi Sarnoff-Ross is a licensed psychotherapist with almost twenty years of clinical experience in the fields of clinical psychology and organizational management. She has worked extensively with a wide variety of…
The sad news last week about the suicide of Rick Warren’s 27-year-old son Matthew rocked churches and Christians around the world. Rick Warren is a beloved pastor and author of the best-selling ... Read More »
In light of the current debate about gay marriage and the surrounding controversy I found the recent study regarding gay parenting to be particularly interesting. Gay couples, and by extension, gay ... Read More »
Today I asked a couple I was seeing, “how do you think your kids would describe your relationship?” Later on I read a post from a friend on Facebook that said she had made a pledge to not yell at ... Read More »
Each year as spring arrives and summer plans begin to take shape, I sing the praises of sleep away camp for those children who are ready for the experience. Those of you who have read my articles in ... Read More »
The news reports about New York Lawyer, Cynthia Wachenheim, were tragic. This is a woman who clearly suffered from postpartum psychosis and nevertheless some critics have called her a monster. ... Read More »
Behaviorists are always on the lookout for new ways to help their patients feel better. Tim Dalgleish, Ph.D., of the Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit conducted a study using ... Read More »
As a graduate student at Yale, psychological scientist and professor, Kiley Hamlin studied infants between the ages of 9 and 14 months old to define specific social preferences. She wanted to ... Read More »
Most clinicians think of autism, attention deficit disorder, bipolar disease, major depression, and schizophrenia as distinctly different mental illnesses even though there are some similarities in ... Read More »
Some children are inherently timid and others are born risk takers. But what about the kid who runs headlong into their peer at top speed as they are racing towards the play structure and when they ... Read More »
Sexuality changes over time and needs and desires wax and wane based on relationship circumstances, hormones, and age. When couples first meet they are in a relatively blissful state and all the ... Read More »
Struggles with body image seem to be the focus of many studies. With the rise in eating disorders, and the dangers they present, much care has been taken to help young adults reframe their idea of ... Read More »

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