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…
One of the many things I love about my career is that there is an old-school quality to a good part of what I do. I don’t use technology during a session, although I confess that I am trying to ... Read More »
When you think of gamers do you typically picture someone sitting alone in a dark room engrossed in an interaction with their computer? While this may be the case some of the time, according to Penn ... Read More »
So much has been written about the modern dilemma men are facing. In the past, it was women who were struggling to have it all. They wanted to have well paying careers, children, and a fulfilling ... Read More »
It may seem hard to muster up a great deal of sympathy for what society calls, “poor little rich kids” because so many have no excuse to be unhappy and troubled. They have it all, right? Well ... Read More »
Impulsivity is one of the key markers of ADHD, and one that we see evidenced in school children in a variety of ways. In general, the impulsive behaviors are annoying or disruptive to a child’s ... Read More »
After 13 years of discussion and revision, involving over 1,500 mental health experts, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) has finalized the new version of the Diagnostic and Statistical ... Read More »
As 2012 comes to a close I thought it would be helpful to review some of the major tenets of goal setting. I typically write about this at the end of each year because so often people feel ... Read More »
We want to believe that people are basically good and that when they experience good fortune, they will choose to pay it forward. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, amidst all the Holiday spirit, ... Read More »
It’s true that many people wait until the last moment to finish up their Holiday shopping. Maybe this is because they are busy, or maybe it is simply that they have been struggling to find that ... Read More »
According to the Annenberg Public Policy Center, despite common views, most suicides do not occur in the winter. This has been a long held belief and even clinicians will offer evidence of this from ... Read More »
In the wake of the atrocities that took place last Friday in Connecticut, at the Sandy Hook Elementary school, the media and the Internet has been flooded with counsel about how to process this event ... Read More »

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