Ep 215: Eating Together, Being Together

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Caroline Clauss-Elhers, co-author of Eating Together, Being Together, joins us to talk about how cooking and eating with our kids creates opportunities for deeper connection.

This episode will be released to the public on 11-06-2022.

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About Caroline Clauss-Elhers

Caroline  Clauss-Ehlers is the co-author of Eating Together, Being Together.

Caroline is a Professor of Psychology at Long Island University, Brooklyn. Her research focuses on resilience and trauma in work with children and families within diverse community contexts. She holds a specialty board certification in couple and family psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychologists. She also served as Chair of the APA Task Force on Re-envisioning the Multicultural Guidelines for the 21st Century. 

From 2011 to 2017 she was editor-in-chief of the Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development. A bilingual psychologist, Dr. Clauss-Ehlers has worked with outlets such as Telemundo and Univision to depict  contemporary family issues. She has received various awards including the 2018 Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development Distinguished Service Award.

She maintains a private practice in Manhattan.

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