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Erica Komisar, LCSW (Erica Komisar, LCSW via YouTube)

Erica Komisar, LCSW is a clinical social worker, psychoanalyst and parent guidance expert who has been in private practice in New York City for 25 years. She is best known in the media and parenting groups nationwide for her recent book Being There: Why Prioritizing Motherhood in the First Three Years Matters. Based on more than two decades of clinical work and breakthrough neurobiological research on caregiving, attachment and brain development, this book challenges established concepts (and myths) of infant resiliency, ‘having it all’ and even the definition of feminism. One thing this book is not about is quitting your job. Author Komisar emphasizes, “It’s not about working vs. not working – it’s really a book about more is more.”

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