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 the small things one can do to transform your relationship on SheKnows.com. She’s quoted as saying: “The-day-to-day hustle and fast-paced world we live in makes it challenging to really hear others and what makes them...read more
Dr. Smerling was recently quoted in a piece about why you should never be ashamed of your divorce on Yahoo.com, Cosmopolitain.com, and RedBookMag.com. She’s quoted as saying: Divorce is ultimately about getting a fresh start, and wanting a better life is nothing to be...read more
Dr. Smerling was recently quoted in a piece about cyber bullying and the new app Saraha on Pix11.com. She’s quoted as saying: Family therapist Dr. Kathryn Smerling says the activity on the app is more than likely to produce depression and anger and even potential...read more
Dr. Smerling was recently quoted in a piece about Stockholm Syndrome on EliteDaily.com. She’s quoted as saying: Elite Daily spoke with therapy professional Dr. Kathryn Smerling, who also watched the TMZ video. She makes it clear that it's difficult to say whether or...read more
Dr. Smerling was recently quoted in a piece about rocking your pregnancy when you're doing it solo by Parents.com. She’s quoted as saying: "The first thing any woman facing a solo pregnancy should realize is that there are endless options for support," explains...read more
Dr. Smerling was recently quoted in a piece about first date marriage proposals that have resulted in happy marriages 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...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.