Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist with more than 30 years experience as a psychotherapist in New York City. A specialist in women’s emotional health, her areas of expertise and interest include marriage and relationship therapy, parenting, sexual health and menopause, eating disorders and addictions, and body image. She also researches and advises women over 40 about Internet dating.
Emotional Health

Untouchable: Weinstein’s Victims On Camera

By Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.
A new contribution to the vast reporting on the Harvey Weinstein scandal is a documentary film, Untouchable, by Ursula Macfarlane now streaming on Hulu. While it is by no means complete, it offers an in depth account of the personal stories of several of his victims. As The New York Times describes it,  “A hopeful younger self just breaking into…
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Emotional Health · Family & Friends

Fatherhood: A Changing Picture?

By Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.
While there have been great social changes in the past 50 years, with women entering the workforce en mass, sometimes bringing home bigger paychecks than their husbands, the division of domestic chores has not kept pace. Many women still feel like they do the lion’s share of the work at home, a “second shift,” in addition to their paying jobs.
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