Publications & Media
Frequently interviewed by the media, Dr. Smerling’s range of expertise in family therapy and couples therapy, access to information, as well as her involvement in her community at large, make her an ideal subject for interviews on a variety of topics related to therapy and current events.
Dr. Smerling was recently quoted in a piece about first date marriage proposals that resulted in happily ever afters on BravoTV.com. She’s quoted as saying: “People have a sense of intention. Now's the time,” says Dr. Kathryn Smerling Ph.D., L.C.S.W. in New York City....read more
Dr. Smerling was recently quoted in a piece about not connecting with your child post partum by Romper.com. She's quoted as saying: Bonding leads to attachment, and "attachment is the lasting psychological connectiveness between human beings," writes Dr. Kathryn...read more
Dr. Smerling was recently quoted in a piece about how vacations can improve your salary and productivity on ibtimes.com. She’s quoted as saying: Not using vacation days also deteriorates your health. “The mental and physical benefits of taking time off work include...read more
Dr. Smerling was recently quoted in a piece about how taking a vacation is the best thing you can do for your career on NBCNEWS.com. She’s quoted as saying: “The mental and physical benefits of taking time off work include improved sleep, a better headspace, more...read more
Dr. Smerling was recently quoted in a piece about asking yourself these four questions before you even think about cheating on Women'sHealth.com. She’s quoted as saying: The first things you should think about are the ramifications if you get caught—because chances...read more
Dr. Smerling was recently quoted in a piece about ways you can make your first vacation as a married couple more enjoyable on Bustle.com. She’s quoted as saying: Going on vacation as a couple can be a thrilling opportunity. Not only that, it's a great way to show...read more
Instep, an early childhood curriculum for the State of New Mexico (Random House)
- Developed Scaffold Curriculum for Columbia University Department of Neuropsychiatry
- Development of Emotional Empathic Curriculum for Residents and Interns at Mount Sinai Hospital Department of OBGYN
- Created Workshop Support Group for Divorced Parents at Brick Church
- Therapist and Group Facilitator, Veritas Prevention Services, New York, NY (1998-1999)
- Continuing Involvement in autism awareness through New York Center for Autism, and Autism Speaks.
Founding member of the Young Friends at The Ackerman Institute for The Family.