Happily-ever-after should involve a shrink, says Livingston.
A Hasidic therapist in Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn, has found herself experiencing secondary trauma while in sessions with minority patients.
Janice Eidus has been compared to Woody Allen, not for his genius, but for his seeming addiction to the therapist’s couch. Now she must bid her longtime shrink adieu — but how?
Move over, Dr. Ruth — there’s a (not-so) new sassy Jewish sex therapist in town. Her name is Shirley Zussman — and she just became a centenarian.
Westheimer talks about how her orphanage trained the girls to be housemaids so that they could earn a living.
Westheimer expresses concern for the provocatively dressed.
Westheimer on her experience as a sniper in Israel’s Haganah and the wounds that came with it.
Westheimer articulates the importance for couples to communicate in a digital age.
Westheimer on the introduction of “The Pill” in the 1960s.
Dr. Ruth Westheimer on her journey from orphan of the Holocaust to nationally syndicated TV and radio host who continues to teach woman to take responsibility for their own sexual satisfaction.