Broken

Talking to a teddy bear does not resolve a broken family or a child's feelings.

Tug of War

Parental tug of war tears children apart.

Tears

Tears are an endless symptom even when they dry.

Lonely

It's lonely not being able to talk about feelings.

Shut down

When a child shuts out the noise of parental arguments, the child usually shuts out much more.

What can therapy do to help your child recover from your divorce?

Engaging in THERAPY with a caring therapist can be extraordinarily HELPFUL to your child when going through a divorce. Make no mistake. Your child is going through an enormous amount of emotional turmoil because of your divorce. Being able to confide with a non-judgmental therapist empowers your child to express his or her feelings and enhance his or her self-esteem. If your child can bond with a therapist and trust them and share their secret feelings about their parents, they have an excellent chance of recovering quickly!

About Gayle Singer

Learn about Gayle's training, experience, and what she can do for your child during and after your divorce.

Professional Services

Read about the specific divorce-related psychotherapy services that Gayle offers your child.

Parent Questionnaire

Answer this brief questionnaire about where you are in the divorce process, and how much your child may benefit from therapy at this time.

Contact Gayle

Find out how to contact Gayle by phone or email, and see a map to her office in Beverly Hills.

Videos

Watch Gayle's 8 minute video containing valuable information about what to do and not to do for your child during and after your divorce.

Media Inquiries

Members of the media wishing to enlist the aid of Gayle as a news source are invited to use this special form to contact her.