In The News: Couple & Family Therapy Program

The News Today
January 2, 2019

A recent Reuters/Ipsos poll found that 62 percent of respondents said politics was the topic they dread most when relatives get together at the holidays. And nearly one-third said they planned to avoid the subject.

Romper
November 9, 2018

Believe it or not, there are some seemingly harmless habits that can undermine your sex life. Some of them even take place far away from the bedroom.

KNPR News
August 27, 2018

Whatever kind of romantic relationship you may be in - whether you’re married, in a domestic partnership, or dating - it’s inevitable that there will be stressful times mixed in with the bliss.

Las Vegas Sun
March 16, 2018

UNLV’s new School of Medicine has scored its first triumph. Professor Katherine Hertlein, who studies romantic and family relationships for the school’s psychiatry and behavioral health department, has garnered a Fulbright scholarship, one of the most important academic designations in the U.S. It will enable Hertlein, who also is a therapist, to further develop her studies—specifically, how relationships are affected by technology—at the University of Salzburg in Austria, where she’ll teach two classes and conduct a survey starting in March 2019. The Weekly recently spoke with her about her studies and award.

Health Day
December 27, 2017

Family harmony and talk of politics can be combustible holiday companions, a therapist contends.

HealthDay
December 26, 2017

No matter how you vote, it's possible to maintain political peace over the holidays, said Katherine Hertlein, director of the couple and family therapy program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine.

Drugs.com
December 26, 2017

Family harmony and talk of politics can be combustible holiday companions, a therapist contends.

The Health Cast
December 26, 2017

No matter how you vote, it’s possible to maintain political peace over the holidays, said Katherine Hertlein, director of the couple and family therapy program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine.

Doctors Lounge
December 26, 2017

A recent Reuters/Ipsos poll found that 62 percent of respondents said politics was the topic they dread most when relatives get together at the holidays. And nearly one-third said they planned to avoid the subject.

U.S. News & World Report
December 26, 2017

Family harmony and talk of politics can be combustible holiday companions, a therapist contends.

Vegas Seven
December 22, 2017

The year has been divisive enough already. Here's how to make it out of a family function unscathed.

Las Vegas Sun
December 21, 2017

Sitting down at a holiday dinner with family and relatives can present a daunting challenge for many in the Las Vegas Valley and across the country. But thanks to recommendations from local experts, rare time spent with Uncle Larry and Aunt Sue doesn’t have to be dreadful.