Don’t Let Depression Rain On Your Relationship

Depression sucks. Sorry to be so honest, but I'm a therapist and that's my job.

Kelley OGorman, MA

Kelley O'Gorman is an individual & couples therapist who uses systemic patterns and family dynamics to understand how we make sense of relationships. She also studies the brain and its connections to emotions O'Gorman began her professional career in advertising, where she discovered her love for working with people. From there, she worked in marketing, market research, and retail design. After having her second child, she returned to graduate school to pursue an MA in Counseling Psychology from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon....

Sara Denman, Psy.D.

Dr. Sara Denman focuses on compassionate therapy for change, transitioning clients from merely surviving to thriving by helping them identify and remove obstacles that prevent them from reaching their full potential. This is achieved by looking for peoples strengths and building upon those to overcome challenges. As a licensed psychologist, she work with clients who have a variety of issues that include but are not limited to; life changes, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, parenting challenges, body image issues, eating issues, sexual abuse, addictions, gay/lesbian...

Rona Subotnik, LMFT, MA

Rona Subotnik received her M.A. in Counseling from Trinity College in Washington, D.C. in 1983. Since then, she has become a premiere counselor for the last 25 years focusing on coping with infidelity. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a clinical member of both the California and American Associations of Marriage and Family Therapists. Outside of her practice, Subotnik has made many radio appearances across the United States, Canada and Radio Free Europe. She is a monthly columnist for www.here2Listen.com, the former e-magazine...

Andrea Mathews, LPC, NCC

Andrea Mathews is an author, psychotherapist, corporate trainer, and motivational and inspirational speaker. She has over 30 years of experience in the mental health field, the last 14 of those in a thriving private practice, providing Transpersonal Therapy and Cognitive Therapy to individuals and couples on a variety of issues. Cognitive Therapy is an approach in which one works with thoughts, self-talk and beliefs to change patterns that are not working and develop new ways of interacting with self and others. Transpersonal Therapy assists...

How Parents Can Prevent Depression After Divorce

Provide yourself and your children with support using these 8 important tips.

Samantha Madhosingh, Psy.D.

Samantha Madhosingh, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist and professional coach with expertise in child development, family issues, parenting, and trauma. She has a private practice in Washington, DC and Northern Virginia providing an array of therapeutic services to adults, children, adolescents and families. Dr. Madhosingh has worked in multiple mental health care settings, including as an administrator at a psychiatric hospital, a clinical administrator for a mental health agency, and as a clinical psychologist in a school. She has served as an adjunct faculty...

Deborah Roth, MA, PCC

Deborah Roth is a Spiritual Whole Life Coach who works primarily with overwhelmed, under-nurtured women (and a few good men), guiding them through life and career transitions so that they can make big changes in their lives and a lasting difference in the world. She offers powerful, structured programs for groups and individuals, and speaks, teaches, and writes on the subjects of women’s empowerment, radical self-care, conscious relationships, and managing life’s big changes. In addition, as a licensed Inter-faith Minister, she creates unique, powerful wedding...

5 Tips To Escape An Abusive Relationship

If you or someone you care about is in an abusive relationship, there are ways to break away and stop the cycle of domestic violence.

Acinta Monteverde, LMFT

As a young child growing up in Japan, I had material comforts. However, I had many insecurities and did not feel that I "belonged." My parents divorced when I was a teen and I came to Los Angeles excited to start college. I did well academically, but there were many areas in my life that needed healing. I had rejected many of the dogmas and values that I grew up with, but did not know what to replace them with. I experienced the challenges...

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