In The Media

Wisdom Within Counseling, LLC. Experiential Marriage and Family Therapy. 461 Main St. Niantic, CT 06357. Call/Text 860- 451-9364. KatieZiskindMft@gmail.com.

At times, news reporters ask experts for their opinions and experience. I’m featured in the articles below. Click the title of each article to be taken to the article’s website to read the full length article. Topics vary including, exercise, nutrition, family life, wellness, self-care, couples therapy, children, and connection. Enjoy reading!

What To Get Mom’s For Their Birthdays  –  Nov. 15th 2018.

What To Do If You Can’t Seem To Find The One  –  Nov 2018.

How To Celebrate The Holidays with Someone Who Doesn’t Want Gifts  –  November 2018

Listen below to Katie Ziskind LMFT, RYT500 featured on CBS Radio Network Saturday, November 3rd 2018.

How Much Free Time Should You Have? How To Find Time To Rest and Recharge  –  Nov. 6, 2018

What Are The Benefits of Positive Thinking?  –  Nov. 5, 2018.

Why Is Self Esteem Important?  –  Oct 2018

13 Positive Affirmations When Life Becomes Too Much  –  Oct 2018


Books For Women In Their 50’s  –  Oct 2018

Eight Books Your Wife Would Love  –  Oct 2018

Seven Toxic Habits That Lead To Emotional Cheating   –  Oct2018

Seven Seemingly Harmless Phrases To Not Say To Your Partner  –  Oct 2018

11 Signs That You Are Trying To Hard To Make Your Relationship Work  –  Oct 2018

The Science of Jokes for Kids: Children Laugh at the Unexpected, Not Funny Punchlines   –   Oct 2018

Men’s Top 14 Insecurities of All Time, According to Experts   –  October 19, 2018

Most Life Changing Books Recommended by 28 Experts    –   October 2018

Why We Are Not Talking About Men and Male Body Image Issues   –   October 2018

“Acceptance is coming to a place of contentment and serenity with whatever’s happening,” says Katie Ziskind, owner of Wisdom Within Counseling. “It’s an internal head space you have to come to in order to make a change. When you accept the self, you get to this ‘Okay-ness.’ My past is okay. Right now is okay. When you switch to a different perspective, positive things come out of that.”

How To Stop Emotional Eating   –   October 17, 2018

If you think you’re a stress eater, a good first step is to make sure you’re getting proper nutrition throughout the day, says Katie Ziskind, a licensed marriage and family therapist. You may be eating more in the evenings because you haven’t properly fueled yourself during the day.

Meeting with a registered dietitian can help you come up with a well-rounded eating plan. But if you’re getting proper nutrients and you’re an emotional eater, therapy could help. People emotionally eat for a variety of reasons, but oftentimes it’s to numb themselves or detach from feelings that seem too intense, Ziskind explains. Working with a therapist can help you understand those feelings so you can release them in positive ways.”

Four Things You Should Never Do On An Empty Stomach  –  October 13, 2018

Your S.O. could be driving you crazy, but licensed marriage and family therapist Katie Ziskind cautions against a breakup until after you’ve satisfied your appetite. You’ll likely feel like a different person when your hanger subsides — one who’s prepared to work on problems together (or who at least has a more reliable perspective on their severity).

How To Be A Great Divorced Dad  –  October 13, 2018

Licensed marriage and family therapist Katie Ziskind explains that divorce is a good opportunity for fathers to rise above the fray. “Divorced dads can make sure to remain calm even if their ex is getting conflictual,” Ziskind says. “A dad can also be the one to rise above and not feed the fire if a conflict has already begun.”

Self-Care Ideas You Can Start Practicing Today –  Oct 2018

What reading before bed says about your personality, according to experts – Oct 2018

11 Gifts Your Art Obsessed Friends Will Actually Use  –  Sept. 2018

19 Ways to Stop Taking Yourself So Seriously When Losing Weight  –  Sept 28, 2018

How to Cope With Seasonal Affective Disorder If You’re Already Depressed  –  Sept 27, 2018.

Excerpt: If you’re looking for something low-impact, “going to gentle yoga or hot yoga is a great way to blast past seasonal affective disorder and depression,” said Katie Ziskind, a Connecticut-based licensed marriage and family therapist and yoga therapist.

“Gentle yoga is a good foundation. If you’re really looking to feel energized and motivated, getting to a ‘hot power’ class will undoubtedly leave you feeling empowered and alive no matter how cold or dark the day.”

Best Books To Improve Your Relationship   –  Sept 28, 2018

13 Relationship Mistakes Someone Might Make If they Have Anxiety  –  Sept. 25th 2018

“If you have anxiety in a relationship, one of the best things you can do is see a counselor,” Katie Ziskind, licensed marriage and family therapist, tells Bustle. “Seeing a therapist will help you learn positive coping skills to deal with your anxiety in a constructive way.”

10 Brilliant Gift Ideas For Book Lovers (That Aren’t Books)  –  Sept 2018

20 Self-Help Books For 20 Somethings (For Men And Women)  –  Sept 2018

(#7, #8, and book #9, in the article above)

8 “Gross” Things That May Cross Your Partner’s Boundaries-   Bustle   September 12, 2018

“Boundaries are important because they teach self-value and respect,” Katie Ziskind, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), tells Bustle.
“I read this a few years ago when I was in graduate school. It has helped me deepen my relationship with my partner and be more loving to myself.” Contributors: Katie Ziskind from Wisdom Within Counseling.
Held On Saturday, September 22nd 2018 at 2pm at the East Lyme Public Library