Susan S. Woodhouse

Associate Professor

Susan Woodhouse is an an Associate Professor in the Counseling Psychology program in the College of Education at Lehigh University. Her research interests focus on  applications  of  attachment  theory  to  (a)  children’s  and   adolescents’  relationships with parents and peers, (b) process and outcomes of psychotherapy, and (c) psychotherapy research focused on improving preventive interventions for underserved, diverse families with young children to promote school readiness and mental health.

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Being a “Good Enough” Parent is Actually a Great Thing, New Research Shows

by Susan S. Woodhouse

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