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Ali Hamroff, LMSW, In The Media

Ali In The Media

Ali Honig, LCSW is a contributor to several periodicals in the professional and non-professional world.

Check out some of her featured links below.


To schedule an interview, media appearance, or to get Liz or Ali's opinion on a particular child and family topic, please contact Liz Morrison Therapy here.

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Texas school shooting: How to talk to kids after tragedy, according to experts

Experts weigh in with advice on how to talk to kids about the recent tragedy in Uvalde, Texas.
Ali Honig, LCSW lends her expertise on this sad subject at

Old enough to babysit

How old do you have to be to babysit? All the details, according to experts

Unsure if your child or a potential caregiver is old enough to babysit? Ali Honig, LCSW comments in this article on

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Pandemic Fatigue Won't Quit!

Check out associate therapist Ali Honig’s radio interview with Columbia University for Uptown Radio podcast. She speaks on the topic of pandemic fatigue and how it has affected our mental health during this past year.

Is it normal for siblings to fight?

How to keep fighting between siblings from getting out of hand

Read Ali Honig, LCSW article on

Is it normal for siblings to fight?

While frustrating and upsetting to parents and caregivers, fights between siblings are completely normal, according to Ali Honig, licensed master social worker at Liz Morrison Therapy

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Raising a tween: Here’s what parents can expect from ages 9-12

Stay informed with the Care.Com article about the "tween years." Associate Therapist, Ali Honig, LCSW shares her expertise.

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6 ways to stop comparing your kid to others — and celebrate who they are instead

Read Care.Com's latest article about how to celebrate your child - as who they are! Associate Therapist, Ali Honig, LCSW is a contributor.

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The 20 Best Self-Help Books For Women In 2019

Ali Honig, LCSW weighs in on Women's Health Magazine's 20 Best Self Help Books for Women in 2019. These books will all help you become your healthiest self!

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8 dangers of social media to discuss with kids and teens

Social media and kids. Gah! Is there anything more terrifying for a parent? From cyberbullying to online predators, it seems like the dangers of social media for children are endless.  Read what Ali Honig, LCSW has to say on this subject.

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