Welcome to The Ties That Bind Blog!
This is a place where this mom and psychologist can share both personal and professional thoughts, ideas and experiences as a way to help you on your parenting journey. As a therapist, I often find that I can relate to the distinctive stories I hear from a profoundly personal place, whether they come from the mouths of adolescents or from their mamas.
Sometimes even within the same week, I hear stories from multiple unique individuals that share a common thread and make me think about the ways in which even seemingly disparate people are connected. Through this blog, I hope to take the large and small moments I hear and the large and small moments I live and link them with your moments; to share and connect the ties that bind.
Michelle W. Canarick, Ph.D.
Michelle Canarick is an insightful and warm Clinical Psychologist in New York, NY. She gained her Doctorate in Psychology from the Derner Institute at Adelphi University. She trained at several prominent NYC hospitals including Lenox Hill Hospital and Bellevue Hospital Center. Dr. Canarick’s approach to therapy is focused on the uniqueness of each individual. She provides individual psychotherapy, couples and family therapy and New Mom Support groups. Her areas of specialty include tween and teen counseling, parenting guidance and overall relationship support.
As a parent herself, Dr. Canarick has a special interest in providing New York mothers with the all support and tools needed to create thriving families. To share her practical knowledge, she has appeared on Good Morning America, has featured in podcasts for the Prenatal Yoga Center and has published articles on parenting blogs.