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Sharing Our Knowledge With You

As researchers, educators and therapists, we work with our clients and PARTNER TO SEE CHANGE. Browse our behavioral health resources for psychoeducational content grounded in the latest research and developed for you by our expert clinicians. Here, you will find our popular Tips of the Month and Clinical Science Insights publication series, you can hear podcasts and watch webinars on a variety of themes, read topical articles from our therapists and learn about our latest publications.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: More than a Preference

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Your friend, Rachel, doesn’t let her wife fold her laundry because she is “so OCD about it.” Watching an HGTV show, one of the cast members says he is “so OCD” about having the two windows perfectly symmetrical to one another.

Try Restarting a Conversation that is Escalating

Tip of the month - Couple

Haven’t we all experienced a document suddenly disappearing from our computer desktop while working on it? Or a website freezing up and no amount of scrolling or keyboard tapping unlocks the freeze? Those are frustrating moments that can tempt us to toss the computer out the window.

Dr. Casey Gamboni shares the 3 C’s of talking politics on Good Morning America

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Casey Gamboni, Ph.D., LMFT, was interviewed on Good Morning America about how to talk politics with your family during an election year. Dr. Gamboni says the idea of not talking about politics with your family may be an outdated idea and there are tools that you can use that might actually bring closeness.

Turn Your Meltdown into a Growth Experience

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Dr. Maru Torres-Gregory is among several experts who shared strategies and tips with Bonds columnist Elizabeth Bernstein about “The Art of the Pandemic Meltdown.”

Relationships between Parents & Young Adult Children

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In an extended interview with Aaliyah Gibson, Casey Gamboni, Ph.D., discusses common mistakes that parents of adult and young adult children may injure their relationship and advice for what to do instead. Not treating your child like the adult they have become can offend the child at the same time as being difficult for the parent, who is not needed in the way they once were…

Substantive Conversations Could Make You Happier

Tip of the month - Couple

If you and your partner have been sheltering in place during the pandemic, you may find yourselves around one another a lot more than you’re accustomed to. But simply spending time under the same roof doesn’t necessarily translate into meaningful or satisfying connection. Many couples are like two ships passing in the night, in close proximity but not emotionally close.…

Sibling Conflict

Tip of the month - Family

During this pandemic, many siblings are bickering more than ever. Being home together so much of the time, opportunities to get on each other’s nerves are endless. Some studies suggest that young sibling conflict occurs an average of eight times per hour.1 It can drive a parent crazy! But their fighting has an upside: it’s how they learn the consequences of playing unfairly (…

Family Decision Making in 2020

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Suzy, the 25-year-old mom of 3-year-old Moira, suddenly finds herself living with her own parents after she lost her job due to a COVID-related closure. As the fall approaches, the family reckons with the decision of whether to send Moira to in-person preschool. For Suzy, the answer is clear — her daughter needs socialization, and Suzy imagines a terrible domino effect of…