Amy Morin is a licensed clinical social worker who has a master's degree in social work from the University of New England. She has been providing helpful advice to couples through The Marriage Counseling Blog since February of 2011. Her work experience includes 10 years of outpatient mental health counseling in community mental health centers, as well as working in a school setting providing consultation to school based staff and individual therapy to adolescents. In the school setting, Amy works with parents on parenting issues and with teachers to manage behavioral issues. Amy is also an instructor at a local community college where she teaches classes in psychology and mental health. She has facilitated groups in the past including parenting groups and anger management groups. Amy has ten years of experience working in a hospital setting as well and has spent ten years as a therapeutic foster parent.
Amy Morin, LCSW
Recent Articles by Amy Morin, LCSW:
- The Truth about Falling out of Love
- How Do You Determine the Health of Your Marriage?
- 10 Little Changes that Can Make a Big Impact on Your Marriage
- What to do When You’re Thinking About Ending the Marriage
- 5 Signs that You May Have an Anger Problem
- How Divorce Impacts Children
- Emotions are Contagious: What Does this Mean for Your Marriage?
- 11 Common Problems that Marriage Counselors Can Help With
- Should You Lend Money to Family and Friends?
- 4 Ways to Improve Your Communication Patterns
- Ways to Bring Back Those Loving Feelings
- Don’t Allow Electronics to Interfere with Your Marriage
- Should You Tell People if You Are Experiencing Infertility Problems?
- The Dangers of Negative Thinking
- 3 Healthy Boundaries to Set With Your Parents After You’re Married
- 10 Important Things to Remember About Marriage
- What to Do if Your Spouse has Depression
- The Seven Stages of Marriage
- How Much Time do you Devote to Your Marriage?
- When the Kids Don’t Like Your New Spouse