Whose Couch Is It Anyway? – Moving Your Millennial
Whose Couch Is It Anyway? is a hybrid – a collection of narratives with a self-help component. Every chapter follows a different family's journey through four coaching sessions focusing on the compelling challenges that arise when Boomerang Kids and their parents live together again.
This cultural shift is wreaking havoc with traditional models of family dynamics. Boundaries become blurred between parents and adult children, whose passage into adulthood is then delayed.
Taking the beleaguered Mom as their focus, Goldberg and Lichtman bring over thirty years of clinical experience to the pressing challenges of families in flux. They rely on the power of five propulsive family stories to explore the generation gap and to facilitate meaningful communication across it.
About Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D. (Los Angeles, California Author)
Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D., a marriage and family therapist, and Rosemary Lichtman, Ph.D., a psychologist, consult online at HerMentorCenter.com, offering insights into challenging family dynamics, particularly to women of the Sandwich Generation.
Having guided thousands of clients in their individual private practices, they offer a wide range of professional knowledge and experience. They have been blogging for 10 years and host a monthly newsletter, "Stepping Stones."
Their book ,Whose Couch Is It Anyway? Moving Your Millennial, is a joint collaboration about letting go of boomerang kids and teaches smart strategies to help tackle family transitions head-on.