Jacob Goldsmith, Ph.D., LCP, Casey Gamboni, Ph.D., LMFT, and Jessica Rohlfing Pryor, Ph.D., LCP, talk and take questions about ways that parents and emerging adults can navigate living together in an age of quarantine.
How might generous listening make space for courageous conversations? Watch Dr. Nancy Burgoyne and Dr. Jacob Goldsmith discuss “The Art of Listening.” Active listening with less judgment and more curiosity, humility and empathy is a skill that takes training & practice. Presented by Urban Consulate at Barrington’s White House.
Alexandra Solomon, licensed clinical psychologist at The Family Institute and clinical assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University, delivers a TEDx Talk on the topic “Relational Self-Awareness: The Key to Navigating Modern Love.” She discusses how modern romantic relationships are not “plug and play” as they were for our grandparents. In her talk, she explores how cultural shifts shape what we want and need from partners and how relational…
This episode of Let's Talk features The Family Institute psychiatrist Smita Gautam, M.D., and president and CEO Jana Jones, in conversation about “Anxiety and Your Brain on Therapy.”
This webinar explores race/ethnicity, LGBTQA, marriage, motherhood, and singledom and the effects on the female profession, mental health and relationships. It also looks at current trends and treatments.
This episode of Let's Talk sits down with Jana Jones and Dr. Jacob Goldsmith, who chat about what parents and emerging adults experience during the transition to college, what goes into building a strong relationship through the transition, techniques and guidelines for improving communication and more.
In June's Facebook Live episode, Jana Jones, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Family Institute, and Casey Gamboni, Ph.D., LMFT, a licensed marriage and family therapist at The Family Institute, sat down to chat about the mental health struggles of LGBTQ individuals navigating their identities and relationships.
This webinar addresses the questions you may have about your child and how neuro-psychological assessment testing can help. Problems may be related to learning, attention, anxiety/depression, social interaction, communication and how they get along with others. Testing is invaluable as a tool to both identify the issue and recommend effective solutions – solutions that are customized to the child’s and parents’ needs.