Therapy can reveal new perspectives on problems. Sometimes, seeing the big picture (balcony view) helps. Other times, you need to get closer (dance floor)... continue reading.
Three Books for Relationship Repair
Here are four recommendations for three books that will help you continue to repair and enrich your marriage in between couples therapy sessions... continue reading.
Children’s Mental Health Matters
Emily Cook Therapy is a proud partner of the Children’s Mental Health Matters 2017 Campaign! Read more about our family therapy and play therapy services... continue reading.
Marriage and Motherhood
The real women of Coffee+Crumbs, an online essay blog and podcast, offer great advice about seeking counseling during hard seasons of marriage and motherhood... continue reading.
Family-centered care is central to our Bethesda therapy practice. Read more about family therapy — and don’t wait another day for a more joyful family life!... continue reading.
When the Kids Leave Home, Who Will I Be?
So-called empty nesters are often left wondering: “When the kids leave home, who will I be?” Let Caryn, one of our family therapists, put your heart at ease... continue reading.
Four Metaphors About Therapy
Metaphors are helpful ways to think differently about a situation. Here are four metaphors about the experience of therapy itself!... continue reading.
We Are: Marriage Counseling Specialists
What does working with a marriage counseling specialist mean? Read the values statements that guide couples therapy at Emily Cook Therapy... continue reading.
Stressed Out Teenagers (part 2)
Teenagers, are you feeling stressed out? Here are helpful tips for noticing stress in your body and mind, plus new ways to reduce and manage stress.... continue reading.
Discernment Counseling for Couples on the Brink of Divorce
For couples considering ending their relationship, discernment counseling can clarify the best option: the status quo, separation/divorce, or couples therapy... continue reading.