Dr. Melody Bacon gives advice on how to cope on Mother’s Day
May 10, 2017
Marriage and Family Therapy Department Chair at the Irvine Campus, Dr. Melody Bacon, was interviewd by RealSimple.com in the article How to Cope When Mother’s Day Is Hard. In this story Dr. Bacon offers advice on how to navigate Mother’s Day when “you’re estranged from your mom, have a difficult relationship with her, or she’s passed away.”
“Often doing something for somebody else is the best antidote to grieving the mother you didn’t get,” says Melody Bacon, Ph.D., chair of the Marital and Family Therapy Programs at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
More About Dr. Bacon
In addition to her work with TCSPP, Dr. Bacon is a clinical psychologist specializing in relational issues. Her clinical orientation devolves around the work of Dr. Carl Jung and is informed by Bowen Family Systems. She is also an expert in Redecision Therapy. Read more.