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Child psychotherapist Liz Morrison, LCSW, is interviewed as a child therapy expert on ABC Nightline.


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Liz Morrison, LCSW was voted for the 3rd time one of Expertise's Best Life Coaches in New York City.



These 14 best self-love books, approved by mental-health experts will hit every note of the love-thyself spectrum you may be needing. Shop 'em, read 'em, then give yourself that much-needed hug.



“Parents who act as good role models for their children are secretly teaching them how to be a good friend,” says New York City-based psychotherapist Liz Morrison, LCSW.



Some of us develop a negative outlook because of our upbringing. As psychotherapist Liz Morrison, LCSW, pointed out, “If parents seem to see the glass half empty as opposed to the glass half full, negativity can become a learned behavior for anyone living in the household.”



Your teen no longer wants to listen to you or follow your rules. After all, “they believe they know how to live their lives,” and they’re forming their own identities, said Liz Morrison, LCSW, a psychotherapist who specializes in teen counseling.



14 Best New York City Life Coaches (and Liz is one of them)!



Liz shares her thoughts on how too many friendships can impact mental health. 



An interview with Liz on whether or not celebrities contribute to glamorizing teen pregnancy.


Liz provides examples of ways parents can encourage healthy competition in their children.



Advice for parents on strategies to decrease their anxiety and live in a more relaxed environment.



Liz identifies ways to help children build up their self-esteem.



Therapists share their tips with Liz on the best wellness apps for a healthier lifestyle.



Therapists share their tips with Liz on the best wellness apps for a healthier lifestyle.



Liz was included among a group of experts on ways to manage separation anxiety in children.



Liz discusses the importance of Facebook images as a way of increasing client engagement.


Liz was included among a group of experts on how to reach customers using social media.



Liz identifies key strategies to help children manage disappointment.



Liz and others share their experiences of what they thought about therapy but did not end up being true.



Liz discusses ways in which parents can identify if they are overprotective of their children.



Liz explains some of the ways in which therapists make mistakes when networking.



Liz comments on how parents can better interact with their teenagers.



Here are Liz’s thoughts on how parents can guide their teenagers when they need help.



Liz’s observations on how children feel when going through a parental divorce.



As part of the Help Yourself to Happy Challenge, Liz offers ways in which kids can enjoy summer and transition into the new school year.



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