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”

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”

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”