Cori was recently invited to collaborate on an expert panel and share some insights on how to cope with divorce. Here are my best tips: Give yourself permission to grieve, but do so in a contained way so it does not feel all-consuming. Try to give yourself 20 minutes per day (at the same time […]

Cori was interviewed for the Ladies Home Journal “Can this Marriage be Saved” segment. See below, from Ladies Home Journal/Divine Caroline: Mark and Lauren blamed each other for their unsuccessful careers and lackluster marriage. They lived their lives as roommates, rarely spending time together. Can this marriage be saved? The Couple Lauren: 33, freelance graphic […]

Being a therapist in an urban setting, my clients are often twenty through forty-somethings who continually base their perception of their own successes in life on the social media status and posts (Facebook, LinkedIn and the like) of their so-called “friends”.  Initially, Facebook surfaced as a positive way to connect with those around you and […]

Music is power. It can truly be transformative and can enhance or change our mood instantly. Stevie Wonder wrote, “Music is a world within itself, with a language we all understand”. Similar to exercise, play and mindfulness, music can also be one form of natural antidepressant. From pepping you up when you are feeling low, […]

We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures. -Thornton Wilder Recently, at a conference for families affected by Huntington’s Disease (a devastating neurodegenerative illness), I heard a speech by a researcher on the “Science of Happiness”. Dr. Mark Holder discussed how our society – […]