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Reader’s Digest: Types of Depression You Didn’t Know You Could Have

By  Cara Gardenswartz November 5, 2018
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Dr. Gardenswartz comments on Atypical depression. Reader’s Digest – read here.

CNBC – Kate Spade Suicide: Uncovering gender’s role in mental illness diagnosis and treatment

By  Cara Gardenswartz June 8, 2018
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Dr. Gardenswartz comments on the role of gender in depression and bipolar disorder. CNBC – read here.

Newly Divorced Parent? 5 Challenges You May Face During the Holidays and Tips to Help!

By  Neda Sanai November 20, 2018
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By Neda Sanai M.A., AMFT 103319
Group Therapy Los Angeles

Facing the holidays while going through a divorce is challenging. From family dinners to holiday parties, the next 2 months are filled with events that may make any newly divorced or divorcing parent feel isolated, overwhelmed, sad or unmotivated. Here are five specific challenges you may face over the next few months and some tips to help. 

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Faking the holidays with Postpartum Depression???

By  Stacey Lurie December 8, 2016
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By Stacey Lurie, LCSW 
Group Therapy Los Angeles

 I didn’t enjoy Thanksgiving dinner this year. But you never would have guessed it from looking at me.

My husband and I got into a fight early in the day. I don’t even remember what it was about. My four-year-old was grumpy because he was getting sick. My older (and only) sister and I used to be very close; lately we have drifted apart which is sad.

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GPALA Article: “A Window into Group Therapy”

By  Cara Gardenswartz May 28, 2016
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Dr. Gardenswartz provides “A Window into Group Therapy” in GPALA (Group Psychotherapy Association of Los Angeles) Spring 2016 Newsletter.