FMSC Alumna Helps Couples Navigate Relationships through Weekly Syndicated Radio Segment
Weena Cullins, ’05 MS, LCMFT, is using her clinical therapy skills to reach couples in a non-traditional way. Ms. Cullins’ weekly segment on the WPGC 95.5 Pablo Show provides guidance on couple relationship issues such as premarital counseling, communication, and fidelity. Tackling couple relationship issues on a weekly radio show enables Ms. Cullins to reach a broader audience that might be less familiar or comfortable with traditional therapeutic services.
Ms. Cullins is a graduate of the Couple and Family Therapy Program in the School of Public Health’s Department of Family Science (FMSC). She has practiced couple, individual, and family therapy in Maryland for the past eight years, and specializes in helping married and unmarried couples experiencing conflict or desiring to move to the next level achieve the relationship results they desire. She also works with individuals recovering from traumatic experiences such as: sexual abuse or sexual assault, loss of a loved one, physical, verbal, or emotional abuse, and infidelity. Her work with families focuses on conflict within parent-child relationships, blended families, and issues stemming from separation, divorce, and re-marriage. Ms. Cullins’ effective interventions help clients eliminate or handle stress in positive ways and move past painful situations. The goal is to equip clients with an understanding of their specific areas of struggle and empower individuals and couples with a strengths-based approach that leads to more positive and fulfilling relationships.
Tune in for relationship advice every Thursday at 8:20 am!