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Patricia O’Laughlin Psychotherapy of Los Angeles Features Six Parenting Videos On Top Parenting Search Engine

September 9, 2013

Los Angeles based Psychotherapist, Patricia O’Laughlin features six parenting videos on Kids In The House, a parenting search engine and information resource.

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (PRWEB) September 09, 2013

Patricia O’Laughlin Psychotherapy in Los Angeles Features Six Parenting Videos On Top Parenting Search Engine

Los Angeles based Psychotherapist, Patricia O’Laughlin features six parenting videos on Kids In The House, a parenting search engine and information resource.

Patricia O’Laughlin Psychotherapy (POP) features six videos on popular parenting and information resource, kidsinthehouse.com to help families with cope with infidelity problems. The featured videos reference how to successfully handle children’s needs, field questions and to properly handle and continue relationships after a parent has had a marital affair.

“Infidelity changes everything in partnership, but steps can be taken to help people move forward with their relationships and limit further damage, Patricia O’Laughlin mentions. “I hope that my videos will help families find forgiveness and express their feelings during especially hard times.”

The Kids In The House Video series by Patricia O’Laughlin Psychotherapy of Los Angeles include:

  •     How parents’ affairs affect your children
  •     What to tell your child if your partner has an affair
  •     When a child asks about and affair
  •     Meet Patricia O’Laughlin, MFT
  •     Staying together after an affair
  •     Signs that your child needs therapy after your affair

To view the complete video library click here.

Patricia O’Laughlin was also featured in the August issue of Time Magazine, observing the recent trend of parents choosing not to include children into their marriage or partnership. Theoretical emphases for Patricia O’Laughlin Psychotherapy’s adult and couples parenting programs include cognitive therapy, behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, psychodynamic therapy, narrative therapy and art therapy. Working independently or together these concepts are utilized to identify and bring awareness to the questions parents face.

“Affairs can affect a child, but it really depends on what age the child is about how they will respond.” Patricia O’Laughlin, Marriage and Family Therapist, mentions. “But whether they're six months old, eighteen years old, or even into their twenties, finding out that their parents have had an affair is extremely difficult on children.”

About Patricia O’Laughlin

Patricia O’Laughlin MFT completed a dual M.A. Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Art Therapy from Loyola Marymount University (LMU) in Los Angeles, California. Patricia helps people achieve balance in an often-demanding world.

Patricia is a part-time faculty member at Otis College of Art and Designs, teaching art therapy. She is trained by Postpartum Support International (PSI) to treat anxiety and depression during pregnancy.

Her passion for both therapy and art has also led to supervise and consult with other therapists on using art as a vehicle-of-change in practice. Patricia O’Laughlin, licensed therapist and Art Therapist, provides EMDR and therapy to individuals, couples, teens, and adults. Silver Lake/Los Feliz, Los Angeles.

Website: http://patriciaolaughlin.com/


About Kids In The House

Kidsinthehouse.com is the ultimate parenting resource and search engine. Users can search from over 8,000 parenting videos with topics ranging from pregnancy to teens. Learn from more than 450 top experts and parents. Kids In The House are the online video encyclopedia for parenting making seeking advice on how to handle a certain situation with children easier and more effective than ever before.

Website: http://www.kidsinthehouse.com

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