April is a regularly sought-after and frequently quoted expert in the field of couples therapy, relationships, marriage and parenting advice. You can find some of her media features here.
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- April was featured on the popular podcast, Mastering Counseling as an expert guest speaker on marital/couples counseling and her widely popular Bringing Baby Home workshop.What you’ll learn:
- What sets couples therapy apart from individual therapy.
- The basics of how to use the Gottman method and EFT in couples therapy.
- Additional training options for working with couples on the transition to parenthood.
- Common issues that arise when working with couples on the transition to parenthood.
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April has been invited on numerous occasions to speak on her expertise in the field of Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy to Marriage and Family Therapy students at Nova Southeastern University.
April's latest blog posts have recently been picked up by Thought Catalog. Here you can read a selection of April's previous blogs about child rearing, marriage counseling, and more.
April's latest blog posts have recently been picked up by The Gottmann Institute. Here you can read a selection of April's previous blogs about child rearing, marriage counseling, and more.
Would it surprise you if I said there’s an even greater role to play? Cultivating a strong, healthy and harmonious relationship with your partner is even more critical than how you parent your kids (originally published on PsychCentral).
Arguing with your partner is never fun. As justified and warranted as you may feel, when the dust settles and you’re left with your own thoughts, you feel bad (originally published on PsychCentral).
For men, it’s easy. Your wife gives you a glance, a naughty side-turn or wears some sexy lingerie and you’re rearing to go. For women, foreplay is a bit more complicated (originally published on PsychCentral).