All posts by Daniel Dashnaw

Will There be a Coronavirus Baby Boom…or a Baby Bust?

Will There be a Coronavirus Baby Boom? There is no end to the speculation about how the coronavirus will impact marriages. Some say that home quarantine will result in more divorces. Others say couples

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A Couples Therapist Reflects on This Time of COVID-19

This Guest blog post is from one of our most popular online couples therapists, Havi Kligfeld. Havi is a graduate of Columbia University School (M. S. in Social Work, 1997). She also studied at the prestigious

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7 Essential Questions if You’re on the Verge of Divorce Because of the Coronavirus

On the Verge of Divorce? According to a recent piece in the New York Post, many antsy, stir-crazy New York couples are on the verge of divorce. They’re allegedly calling divorce attorneys in record

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Is Your Marriage Falling Apart During this Global Pandemic?

Is Your Marriage Falling Apart in this Global Pandemic? By now, it’s pretty evident that the COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented experience. But is your marriage falling apart because of the coronavirus? If

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10 Practical Tips for Living With Stress During a Pandemic

Living With Stress During a Global Pandemic I feel so privileged to offer my readers this guest blogpost, recently published in Psychology Today, by my clinical supervisor and friend, Kyle D. Killian,

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4 Simple Ways to Manage Coronavirus Anxiety that We Often Ignore

  I’m pleased to welcome our newest CTI team member, Debbie Woodall Carroll, to the CTI Blog. Debbie is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Cincinnati Ohio. Debbie has expertise in

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Coronavirus, Tone-Deaf Therapists, and the Hysteresis of The American Family

What is Hysteresis? If you push on something, it will yield…but when you release, does it spring back entirely to its original shape? If it doesn’t, it is exhibiting Hysteresis. Hysteresis

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Testing a Struggling Marriage in Home Quarantine

We Were Already in a Struggling Marriage… Your struggling marriage is suddenly under an entirely new kind of pressure. And it may feel as if it might break under strain. You’re not alone. Many

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