Anne Berenberg

Anne Berenberg

Anne Hatcher Berenberg, Ph.D. was widowed when her children were young. She is a clinical psychologist in Northfield, Illinois, specializing in work with children and adolescents and their parents. She has a B.A. in Social Relations from Harvard University, an M.A. in Psychology from Boston University, and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the City University of New York. With her new husband, Jack Cain, she is the co-author of Now: Overcoming Crushing Grief by Living in the Present. Her new book, 10 Steps for Parenting Your Grieving Children, written along with Vicki Scalzitti and Jack Cain, is available on Amazon.

Articles:

Open to  hope

First Thanksgiving After a Death is Challenging

One night in the April that they were 4 and 9, my two sons were tucked into their beds by their loving young father, Richard.  That was to be the […]

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Open to  hope

‘Daddy Died, Mommy. Are You Going to Die, too?’

When children lose one of their parents to death, they may worry that their other parent will die as well. This worry can also come if another person who has […]

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