My Writing/Media Features

I have been featured as an expert and written for a variety of media outlets. You can browse my media features below!

In addition to what you’ll see below, I am also a writer for Psychology Today (owner of the Mindful Relationships blog). You can see my Psychology Today work by clicking here.

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Theravive: Feelings of Loneliness May Have Stabilized During COVID-19

Below is an excerpt from this article, published in Theravive, written by Tina Arnoldi. The full article link is at the bottom of the page. Tasha Seiter, MS, AMFT and PhD candidate, believes people may perceive more emotional and social support at this time because they’re quicker to open up and have intimate conversations. “Usually, people are hesitantContinue reading “Theravive: Feelings of Loneliness May Have Stabilized During COVID-19”

Silk and Sonder: How To Set Goals — And Actually Stick To Them

Below is an excerpt from my thoughts in this article, published in Silk and Sonder Therapist Tasha Seiter suggests writing down each domain of your life for which you would like to set personal goals. She uses the following domains with her clients:  Romantic relationship (or marriage)  Family relationships  Friendships/ social life  Professional life  MentalContinue reading “Silk and Sonder: How To Set Goals — And Actually Stick To Them”

News Break: Research Reveals Parents’ Arguments Can Make Teenagers Anxious

This article is a write up of Rachel Lucas-Thompson, Erika Lunkenheimer, and I’s research written by Fatima Virrey in News Break Parents’ arguments can have severe effects on children, specifically teenagers. According to research led by a family therapist, Tasha Seiter, parents’ disagreements can make teenagers anxious and depressed. In most cases, fights between parents will haveContinue reading “News Break: Research Reveals Parents’ Arguments Can Make Teenagers Anxious”

UPJOURNEY: What to Say and What Not to Say to Someone Who Is Grieving

Here is my contribution to this article, published on UPJOURNEY When someone close to you is experiencing grief, it is natural to want to jump in and fix it for them. Watching someone suffer naturally brings up discomfort in ourselves. You just want to make it better for them, make the suffering go away. YouContinue reading “UPJOURNEY: What to Say and What Not to Say to Someone Who Is Grieving”

Human Window: What to Do When you Can’t Sleep (Tips from 7 Experts)

Written by Martin Caparrotta, I include the excerpt of my advice from this article here. When you can’t fall asleep, it’s normal to worry about your insomnia. This fear and anxiety about what will happen if you can’t sleep keeps you up. This becomes a vicious cycle. Thinking things like, “I’m going to sleep throughContinue reading “Human Window: What to Do When you Can’t Sleep (Tips from 7 Experts)”

Mic: Will the Pandemic End Small Talk Forever? Experts Weigh In.

Written by Tracey Anne Duncan of Mic, I comment here as a relationship expert. “COVID-19 has changed the way that we communicate forever,” says Tasha Seiter, a Colorado-based psychotherapist who specializes in helping people with their relationship communication skills. “Just going through this experience, we are more aware of how vulnerable our ‘normal’ is. WeContinue reading “Mic: Will the Pandemic End Small Talk Forever? Experts Weigh In.”

Best Life Online: This Is the One Word You Should Never Say When Apologizing

I am featured as an expert in this article, published in Best Life Online. Included here is a short excerpt of the article. “The word ‘but’ is not an apology—it is self-protection disguised as an apology,” says Tasha Seiter, MS, AMFT, who owns her own marriage and family therapy practice in Fort Collins, Colorado. Seiter says the problemContinue reading “Best Life Online: This Is the One Word You Should Never Say When Apologizing”

PopSugar: How to Talk to Your Kids If They’re Uncertain About Going Back to School, According to Experts

Written by Charlotte Grainger of PopSugar, I am included as an expert in this article “This pandemic is hard on everyone, and parents especially are experiencing almost unprecedented levels of stress. Interacting with your child can be a refuge from your worries about the future,” said Tasha Seiter, a marriage and family therapist. “When with yourContinue reading “PopSugar: How to Talk to Your Kids If They’re Uncertain About Going Back to School, According to Experts”

Showbiz Cheat Sheet: ‘The Good Doctor’: Can Shaun and Lea Really Make Their Relationship Work?

This article, published in Showbiz Cheat Sheet, was written by Sheiresa Ngo with the help of my expertise. Tasha Seiter, a marriage and family therapist, weighed in. Here’s what she told Showbiz Cheat Sheet. Lea will have to pay attention to the do’s and don’ts   Lea tends to speak her mind and do thingsContinue reading “Showbiz Cheat Sheet: ‘The Good Doctor’: Can Shaun and Lea Really Make Their Relationship Work?”

Bustle: What Happens To Your Body When You Kiss Someone For The First Time

I am featured as an expert in this article, written by Gigi Engle and published in Bustle As you go in for a kiss, “oxytocin, aka the ‘love hormone,’ rushes through your veins,” Dr. Tasha Seiter, Ph.D., M.S., MFTC, a relationship therapist, tells Bustle. “With oxytocin released from your pituitary gland and binding to receptors throughoutContinue reading “Bustle: What Happens To Your Body When You Kiss Someone For The First Time”

MindBodyGreen: 21 Things Scientists Discovered About Sex In 2019

This article, written by Kelly Gonsalves, sex & relationships editor of mindbodygreen, covers the “most fascinating” sex research of 2019. I include an excerpt from this article in my blog because my research was considered among the top sex studies of the year. You can access the full article here. Given that sex has existedContinue reading “MindBodyGreen: 21 Things Scientists Discovered About Sex In 2019”

North Forty News: Mental Health Matters: Pandemic-Proofing Your Relationship

by Tasha Seiter; published in North Forty News Scary news about COVID-19 doesn’t stop at the CDC. As a marriage counselor, every day I see its impact on relationships. According to the New York Post, it only took a week of quarantine to double divorce inquiries and experts are predicting a sharp increase in divorceContinue reading “North Forty News: Mental Health Matters: Pandemic-Proofing Your Relationship”

MindBodyGreen: Researchers May Have Finally Figured Out The Link Between Commitment and Good Sex

This article was written by Kelly Gonsalves, sex and relationships editor of Mindbodygreen. It is a write up of one of my research studies. Here is just a short excerpt: the full article can be accessed here. Sex with a stranger or a new flame can be thrilling, but there’s something to be said forContinue reading “MindBodyGreen: Researchers May Have Finally Figured Out The Link Between Commitment and Good Sex”


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Tasha Seiter Therapy, LLC: Individual, Family, and Couples Therapy/Marriage Counseling. Business address: 410 W. Pitkin Street, Fort Collins, CO 80523