Stuff I Love!

Family Therapy Resources

My students will tell you that I’m a fan of information.  I love real stories from real people about the struggles and victories experienced in life.  Below is a list of content that has enhanced me as a person and as a professional counselor.  Enjoy!

Podcasts:

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Books:

  • Hold Me Tight – Sue Johnson
  • Wired for Love – Stan Tatkin
  • Getting the Love You Want – Hendrix
  • The 7 Principles for Making Marriage Work – Gottman
  • Passionate Marriage – Schnarch
  • Mating in Captivity – Perel
  • The Available Parent – Duffy
  • Sexual Healing – Keesling
  • A Celebration of Sex – Rosenau
  • 101 Hot Nights – Corn101 great nights
  • And Baby Makes Three – Gottman & Gottman
  • Parenting from the Inside Out (2013) – Siegel
  • How to Talk so Kids with Listen, and Listen so Kids will Talk – Faber & Mazlish
  • Scream-Free Parenting – Runkel
  • How to Behave so Your Children Will Too – Severe
  • The Whole-Brained Child – Siegel
  • Rebuilding After Divorce – Fisher & Alberti
  • Mom’s House; Dad’s House – Ricci
  • Cooperative Parenting & Divorce – Boyan
  • The Old Ladies Who Liked Cats – Greene
  • The Sneetches & Other Stories – Dr. Seuss

Movies:

  • Which Way Home
  • Children of Heaven
  • Monsoon Wedding
  • Living on One Dollar
  • Maidentrip
  • Cold Mountain
  • Jim Gaffigan: Mr. Universe
  • Jiro Dreams of Sushi
  • Buck
  • The Medicated Child (Frontline)medicated child pbs
  • Babies
  • Homeland (Showtime)
  • 30 Days (Spurlock)
  • Long Way Round
  • Whale Rider
  • Return to Me

Other Great Counselors:

  • Dr. Roy Salgado (child, adolescent, Bi-lingual)
  • Dr. Phillip Stepka (child & adolescent psychologist, family therapy)
  • Chuck & Marnie Genre (individual, couple, and family therapy)
  • Psychiatrists: Dr. Arwen Podesta, Dr. Nick Pejic, Dr. Jose Calderon, Dr. Jessica Hof, IBH Group

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