The Impact of the Trump Administration on Families in the United States. By Jay L. Lebow *

This Editorial in the September issue of the classic family therapy journal "Family Process" by Jay L. Lebow summarizes the current situation of many families in the US. The members of Princeton Family Institute present this thought provoking text to our website readers for study and conversation.

Balancing individual Self-determination and relational Engagement.

Reflections on the challenge for young adults to reconcile the need for self-determination and individuation with the equally crucial need for relational engagement with others. A "Kaleidoscopic" view on family relational patterns.

After the Attack on the Boston Marathon: How to Feel Safe in an Unsafe World

We all were still shocked and horrified by the terrible shooting of small children and their teachers at the Sandy Hook elementary school in Newtown, CT.

Now the ruthless and senseless bombing of the Marathon runners in Boston startled us out of our perhaps regained ordinary routine.

In between and before these events, other deadly attacks happened, equally destructive, but maybe less shocking because for us these attacks had already acquired a sense of normality. Extra-ordinary violence seems to become an ordinary event?

Hurricane Sandy: Devastation and Strength in Families and Communities

The recent hurricane hit numerous families living in shore communities of New Jersey and New York with devastating power. Many clients of Princeton Family Institute work and live in communities that were directly affected. Countless people participated in the efforts to assist neighbors who lost their…