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What to Do If Your Child Is Vaping with Nancy Kislin

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What to Do If Your Child Is Vaping with Nancy Kislin

Recent studies show that "vaping" is on the rise among teenagers, setting off alarm bells among parents. Vaping is the popular term for using electronic cigarettes or vaporizers - devices that heat up small quantities of liquid or oil until they produce an inhalable vapor. Dr. Terri talks with Nancy Kislin, a certified marriage and family therapist, and child and adolescent psychotherapist, about what to do if your child is vaping. For over 28 years, Nancy has been working with children, teens and families. She says it's not a vaping problem, it's a parenting problem.

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Nancy_Kislin_358024573.jpgNancy Kislin, is a certified marriage and family therapist, child and adolescent psychotherapist with a private practice in NJ. For over 28 years, Nancy has been working with children, teens and families. She is passionate about helping her clients move through their feelings of anxiety, depression, self-harming and/or addictive behaviors to find purpose and joy in life. Her qualifications and personal history allow her to take her message and expertise to community centers, libraries, schools and to general audiences, speaking on the topics of mindful parenting, childhood and adolescent anxiety, sexuality, and addictive behaviors.


About Dr. Terri Orbuch:

Dr. Terri Orbuch (aka The Love Doctor®) is an internationally recognized relationship expert, author, speaker, professor at Oakland University, and research scientist at the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research. She is also the director of a landmark study, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), where she has been following the same couples for almost 3 decades.

Dr. Orbuch is widely published in scientific journals and the author of “5 Simple Steps to Take Your Marriage From Good to Great” and “Finding Love Again: 6 Simple Steps to a New and Happy Relationship.” Her practical science-based advice has led to being featured in publications in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Reader’s Digest, USA Today, Women’s Health, Cosmopolitan, and TIME magazine, and appearances on The Today Show, MSNBC, The Katie Couric Show, ESPN, HuffPost Live, and CNN.

She writes articles at Huffington Post, Psychology Today, and other national outlets; and her relationship segments are aired on Fox-2 Detroit Morning News. She just launched a new video online course called, “How to Find Love in 7 Days: The Science of Finding Love.” Learn more about her at: