July 28, 2013
Natalie Robinson Garfield who has been a practicing psychotherapist in Manhattan and Long Island for over thirty years, specializing in parent-child education and the author of The Sense Connection joins eHealth Radio and the Dating and Relationship Advice Channels. She works with with individuals, couples, families and institutions as a consultant.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Natalie Robinson Garfield discuss the following:
- How can we impact people or relationships (marriage, parent/child, friends, family, business contacts, strangers) that we are currently in, in a postive manner?
- I am sure you have noticed how social media and technology has played an impact on relationships. What is the good, the bad and the ugly here?
- As a married couple, what are some ways that we can keep the intimate sensation between the two without bringing the physical or sexual scenario into the equation?
- Can we really be friends with our children? Would that not remove the authoritative factor?
- What is the explanation of so many teens isolating themselves from their parents?
Natalie Robinson Garfield has been a practicing psychotherapist in Manhattan and Long Island for over thirty years, specializing in parent-child education. Holding a degree in Infant and Toddler Development and Administration, Garfield has had an extensive career working in individual, couple, family and group therapy. THE SENSE CONNECTION, based on the theory of sense channel hierarchy, draws on her experience working with private patients and conducting large conferences, discussion groups and workshops. Garfield has primarily focused on psychological and developmental work, but she also has a background in program design, staff training and administration.
Garfield was part of the New Age movement in the 1970s, working with The Association for Humanistic Psychology, which sought to move toward a more aware and humane global society. She also designed and directed various programs within the Children’s Aid Society, which provided education for families about subjects ranging from childbirth preparation through parenting. Garfield has also served on the United Nations Commission for the International Year of the Child, bringing awareness to problems such as malnutrition and lack of educational access, affecting children around the world.
She has had over forty years experience as a consultant, supervising and training staff for various institutions, including AT&T, American Express, The Gesell Institute for Child Development, The Montefiore Medical Residency Program, The Gestalt Learning Center, and the Kings County District Attorney’s office.
Garfield is a founding member of the Association for Parent Education and is a featured expert on various television documentaries and radio shows, such as WYNY, CBS Documentary, CBS Evening News, Current Affair Extra, and ABC Eyewitness News. She is also frequently interviewed by news media such as New York Magazine, Self, Working Woman, Cosmopolitan and Parents Magazine. She lives and works in New York City.