In The News: Couple & Family Therapy Program

The Bump
October 25, 2019

After months of anticipation leading up to baby’s birth, your little one is finally here! You’re officially a dad, and you’ve never felt more…depressed. Not what you were expecting from fatherhood.

Yahoo!
September 27, 2019

Professor Kat Hertlein with UNLV's Couple and Family Therapy Program joined 13 Action News Friday morning to talk about some of the do's and don'ts of dating in today's world.

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
September 27, 2019

Looking for love isn't easy. Where do you go when you're looking for a partner? Some turn to the internet, others hope for a chance meeting.

Kenyan Tribune
September 14, 2019

This is truer, especially in its application to relationships, marriages and other emotional/romantic situations. While there’s to be a moderation in the regularity of these conflicts, this in itself is still not enough to keep the relationship healthy.

Mashable
August 28, 2019

When you hear the words "online" and "cheating," images of seedy dating websites like Ashley Madison probably come to mind.

24 HU
August 28, 2019

Research has shown that the Internet has radically changed people's views on fraud. While in the past couples simply considered physical, sexually charged interactions to be a crossing point, nowadays there are so-called "micro cheats" that the web allows.

89.3 KPCC
August 15, 2019

Is it okay to follow an old flame on social media sites when you’re in a relationship? Are emotional relationships online crossing the line?

Deseret News
July 30, 2019

When it comes to cheating or staying true in a romantic partnership, generations behave differently, new research finds. Generation X and millennials tiptoe closer to the line — or cross over — into unfaithful behaviors, especially online. And virtual dalliance can jeopardize real-world relationships.

Today
June 14, 2019

After witnessing a 36-hour labor that ended with the use of forceps for delivery, Zavo Gabriel worried that his wife Annie Ranttila was in distress.

Reuters
June 11, 2019

While many people can pick up on signs of postpartum depression in new mothers, the same signs are often mistaken for something else or missed entirely in fathers, a British study suggests.

Physician's Weekly
June 11, 2019

While many people can pick up on signs of postpartum depression in new mothers, the same signs are often mistaken for something else or missed entirely in fathers, a British study suggests.

Toutiao
May 15, 2019

We often hear that new mothers have suffered from postpartum depression. But what about the new father?