Ackerman’s Director of Training, Marlene F. Watson, PhD spoke with Psychotherapy Networker about the future and business of live clinical supervision. In the article, The New Supervision: Are We Meeting the Needs of Today’s Therapists?, Dr. Watson explains that Ackerman’s nonprofit model allows for in-depth therapeutic training that is becoming exceedingly rare in today’s educational climate.
In the Press
Ackerman therapists have given voice in the media to the many challenges that couples and families are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check back for the latest Ackerman therapist interviews. Latest News: Navigating Different Risk Tolerances During the Pandemic – (Shondaland)February 10, 2021 How to Deal With the Psychological Impact of Re-Entering Quarantine – (Well+Good)July …
Ackerman’s Vice President of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Kiran Arora, PhD was interviewed by The Cut on couples therapy for beginners. Read the article.
Ackerman faculty member Judith Stern Peck answered some questions in The Cut for couples talking about money. Read the Article.
Faculty Member and Director of Ackerman’s Center for Families and Health, Dr. Evan Imber-Black, is quoted in the Washington Post on how rituals can help families navigate screen time at home. Read it Here: Too Much Screen Time? Even a Small Family Ritual Can Help.
Ackerman Faculty Member, Elana Katz spoke with health and wellness publication, Elemental, to help us understand why we crave nostalgic movies during the holidays. Read the piece at Elemental.
Ackerman President and CEO, Gisselle Acevedo is interviewed in Parents.com on how meditation can help children through difficult situations. A parent, she says, is a child’s best meditation teacher. “If a child sees their parent relaxing, centering on their breath, and figuring out a way to reduce their stress they are more likely to incorporate …
“When you keep an illness secret, that adds a layer of complication and confusion for [young] children,” says Ackerman Faculty Member, Evan Imber-Black. “Because children are very good detectives, and they know when something is being kept from them.” Read at The Washington Post.