08/12/2012 8-9 Long Distance Relationships; 9-10 Struggling with Infertility and Adoption

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Tonight’s guests:

Hour 1 – Long Distance Relationships

Dr. Emma Sterrett

Website:  http://www.elikaram.com/DrEmmaSterrett.en.html

Emma Sterrett, Ph.D., LMFT, is a psychologist and marital and family therapist specializing in child/adolescent and family therapy.   She graduated from the Family Institute at Northwestern University and from the clinical psychology program at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.  She is also currently an award winning researcher and assistant professor at the University of Louisville’s Kent School of Social Work.

Related Links:

How to make a long distance relationship work (in 18 steps)  – WikiHow

100+ Long Distance Relationship Activities and Ideas


Hour 2 – Struggling with Infertility and Adoption

Laura Wagner

Website:  http://laura-wagner.com/

Laura Wagner is licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) and certified life coach practicing in Louisville specializing in working with couples with fertility issues and adoptive families. You can find out more about her, read her blog, and communicate directly with our guest at laura-wagner.com

Related Links:

Infertility (Medline Plus)

Infertility (and adoption)  U.S. Administration for Children & Families

Talking about Adoption (lots of links)


This evening’s guest host:

Dr. Eli Karam

Website:  http://www.elikaram.com/AboutDrEli.en.html

“Eli Karam, Ph.D., LMFT is a clinician specializing in couple and family
therapy and maintains a private practice in Louisville, KY. With over 10
years experience as a mental health professional, and a graduate of both
The Family Institute at Northwestern University and Purdue University’s
Deparment of Child Development and Family Studies, Eli is currently the
President Elect for the Kentucky Association for Marriage and Family
Therapy (KAMFT) and an Assistant Professor in the Family Therapy Program
in the Kent School of Social Work at the University of Louisville. There
he conducts research on couple and family relationships, teaches and
supervises therapists-in-training. “


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