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Our Clinicians are committed to sharing our expertise with our local community. To read our latest work, follow our advice column in the Lakelands Leader, reprints available via our blog.

If you have a question of a situation that has you stumped, please write to us at and we could write our next Laudable Life advice column for you!

Dr. Elizabeth Carr and two moms from our local Montgomery County community were interviewed by Paulo Sandoval of CNN for a piece on Postpartum Depression and Anxiety; the information and advice to new moms were featured on CNN in April of 2015.


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We have also contributed to community magazines and newspapers. The psychologists at Kentlands Psychotherapy were honored to be asked by Montgomery County Insight magazine to be a regular contributes to the Well Being section of their publications.

Here are a few examples:

Dealing with Loneliness Over the Holidays

Dr. Elizabeth Carr is interviewed by the Gaithersburg Courier in this December of 2019 piece about how we can understand and offer support to older loved ones who are feeling lonely over the holidays.

New Year’s Co-Resolutions for Couples

One way to ensure that New Year’s resolutions last beyond January is to involve a partner. Lifestyle change isn’t easy but making it a team effort can boost enthusiasm and keep motivation from fading. Learn how you and your partner can work together to boost your chances of keeping resolutions in this article by Dr. Krista Beyer.

The Price of Multitasking

Learn about the unexpected personal cost of multitasking.

What is Adult Love?

People often ask, “I love my spouse but am I still in love?” Learn what adult love is really about.

See how your relationship measures up by answering the 4 simple questions asked in this article by Dr. Carr.

Control Freaks During the Holiday

Why do some folks seem to insist on having everything their way during the holidays? This article explains this phenomenon and how to deal with it more productively.

Crazy Busy

“The myth of the less busy future me.”

If this quote resonates with you, read more.

Learning to Laugh at Yourself

Can the ability to laugh at oneself be learned?

The answer is “Yes.”

Sibling Rivalry During the Holidays

Learn how sibling rivalry visits during the holidays.

Learn what you can do to make your next family gathering more joyous.

Co-Parenting with a Difficult Ex

Read about strategies for dealing with challenging co-parenting arrangements after a contentious divorce.

Don’t Ask Don’t Tell: 13 Years Later

Reporter Peter Holslin, explores the ongoing legacy of the Clinton-era policy and why many gay and lesbian service members are fighting to have it repealed. Holslin interviews Dr. Carr on her experiences working with gay and lesbian service members while on active duty as a Navy Psychologist, (Pre-lifting of the ban). (Also published in Los Angeles City Beat and VC Reporter)

Solving Your Food Cravings

In this article by local Kentlands Nutritionist, Susan Mudd, M.S., Dr. Carr shares her thoughts about the psychological components of food cravings and what you can do to fight them.

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