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.
Category: MFT Practice Education
The financial cost of couple therapy
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 Best of Bethesda Magazine Top Vote Getter
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.
Before Couples Therapy Begins
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.
WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Award Winner 2018
This our fourth year in a row to be recognized by WeddingWire as one of the top 5% of wedding professionals in our industry. We are a WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Award Winner for 2018!... continue reading.
An Open Letter to Clients in Therapy
Michelle Collins shares her therapist-heart in this open letter to new clients in therapy. Whether you’re new to therapy or are coming back, we welcome you... continue reading.
Support Group for New Moms: Meaning & Movement
The second group of Mama Groove, a support group for new moms in Bethesda, MD, is forming now! Sessions start July 2017, so contact us today for more info!... continue reading.
Now Offering Play Therapy in Bethesda for Young Children
Play therapy provides a safe space for your child to learn important emotional and behavioral skills. Happy, healthy family interactions are possible!... continue reading.
Are You on the Dance Floor or the Balcony? Discovering New Perspective
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.