Many Bethesda, MD practices feature associate therapists. Read about what this means at Emily Cook Therapy and why it’s important to choose the right fit!... continue reading.
We can all use guidance to improve our listening skills! In this post, Dr. Emily Cook shares three helpful resources if you’re seeking to be a better listener.... continue reading.
Dr. Emily Cook is a featured contributor to this January 2019 article on Huff Post... continue reading.
The trigger for conflict is often miscommunication. Here are three tips for avoiding miscommunication with kids... continue reading.
Lots of people seek individual therapy. Learn how marriage and family therapists bring their unique training as relationship experts to help individuals, too... continue reading.
In his first blog post, Brian Livelsberger explains why he only recommends 80 minute appointments for couples: research shows that fewer, longer appointments produce greater gains than shorter, more numerous appointments... continue reading.
2019 is here and my partner and I really want to make relationship resolutions, but we keep getting stuck! We have tried in the past to come up with New Year Resolutions, but we never end up following through. Any tips for how we can start the year off right as a couple? The start... continue reading.
Our sincere thanks to all who voted for us… Emily Cook Therapy has been named a “A Top Vote Getter” in Bethesda Magazine’s 2019 “Best of Bethesda” Readers’ Poll for Best Marriage and Family Therapy Practice! It’s our honor to provide space for you to repair and enrich your most important relationships. Through conversation, insight,... continue reading.
Is it difficult for you to ask for help? Most people answer “yes.” This post reframes asking for help as good for us, for others, and for our connections. Read more!... continue reading.
You and your partner decided to seek couples counseling, found a therapist, and made your first appointment. Now what? Your work begins before therapy does... continue reading.
It’s one of the hardest parts of being a parent: when your child is hurting and you can’t make the hurt go away. But instead of fixing their feelings, practice feeling things together. You’ll be a new kind of superhero for your kids!... continue reading.