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Way to go, Winifred!!

16 Dec
Marriage Therapist Winifred Reilly

Marriage Therapist Winifred Reilly

We have a great bunch of folks in our wordpress community. It’s always wonderful to see one of “us” do well, and one of us has.

In this case, it’s marriage therapist par excellence Winifred Reilly. To quote from her brilliant blog speakingofmarriage:

Winifred M. Reilly, M.A., MFT, is a psychotherapist specializing in marital therapy and relationship issues, with a private practice in Berkeley, CA.

I suppose I could just shorten that to say that Winifred is a psycho marriage therapist. (Hopefully this quip won’t cost her too many clients.) }:-)>

I love Winifred’s posts. She has a beautifully natural writing style—she writes so effortlessly, or so it seems. Her lessons are wise, simple, elegant, short, and often times hilarious.

Only the best marriage therapist in the universe could come up with this post: Mastering the Art of Shutting Up. (I’m laughing all over again.)

One thing I particularly love about Winifred is that she’s unbiased when it comes to relationships. What’s good for the gander is also good for the goose. She challenges everyone to think about their own behaviour in the relationship, but in a funny and non-threatening way.

And now, a testament to what a great marriage therapist she really is, Winifred has been quoted in a NY Times article!

Well done, Winifred. Well done, indeed.