Alan M. Singer Ph.D., is a marriage and family therapist in a private practice. He also provides individual and group therapy at family service agencies and parenting workshops at community centers. He has conducted numerous broadcast and print interviews including: USA Today, Fox Morning News, MSNBC.com and Huffington Post. Dr. Singer is a featured columnist […]
Toby Jungreis, Marital Counselor, (and D.V.M!) is a family therapist and counselor who has been published in the Saturday Evening Post, Modern Maturity, Rural Heritage, and Mature Living. He has authored five books which include How to Be a Great Husband and How to Make Your Fifties the Best Time of Your Life. Toby is […]
Building and Rebuilding an Inspired Marriage by Sara Barris,
Rochelle Harary, M.S., is a licensed school psychologist and mental health counselor, with specialized training in cognitive and projective assessment. She has further training in psychotherapy with children and adolescents and family. Presently, she is a school psychologist for a yeshiva, is in private practice, and lectures on parenting for the Orthodox Union and synagogues […]
Lauren Roth, LSW is a psychotherapist in private practice in Lakewood, New Jersey, who speaks extensively across the United States on many topics, including: marriage, parenting, healthful eating, and a variety of inspirational and Torah topics. Mrs. Roth holds a BA in Molecular Biology from Princeton University, and a Masters in Social Work from Rutgers. […]
Communication Skills Couples are encouraged to look at the importance of learning and practicing the relationship skill of listening—as well as expressing thoughts and feelings. Strengthening Communication Skills Committed couples care about and consistently work at the quality of their relationship. They realize that effective communication is important in strengthening their relationship. Couples who have […]
Making a Spiritual Life with your Spouse and Family by Lauren Roth, L.S.W.