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A family therapist for over thirty years, I work with individuals, couples and families in private practice in Montreal, Quebec. If you are in the Montreal area and are interested in receiving counseling, please visit my website at: www.vikkistark.com.

I offer telephone or Skype therapy and have helped people by phone throughout North America, Europe and Australia. If you'd like to consult with me, just email me and we'll discuss how it works and schedule a convenient time.

  THE DIVORCE TALK: HOW TO TELL THE KIDS – A Parent’s Guide to Breaking the News without Breaking Their Hearts (2015), based on interviews with over one hundred children whose parents divorced, is the definitive guide to help parents break the news of an upcoming separation to their kids with the least risk of damage. Readers will learn, step-by-step, how to manage their own emotions, to understand the meaning of divorce to children, what to say to the kids, and how to deal with the children's reaction to the news. This practical book offers solutions that are designed to help parents limit the risk of trauma in the most important conversation of their children's lives.

To learn more, visit www.HowToTellTheKids.com
  My first book is called My Sister, My Self to be : The Surprising Ways that Being an Older, Middle, Younger or Twin Shaped Your Life, published by McGraw Hill. Based on a study of over 400 women, teens and girls about their sister relationships, it explores how having grown up as an older, middle, younger or twin sister makes an indelible stamp on a woman's identity that affects her throughout her life. The book also helps women who want to improve a conflicted or caretaking relationship with a sister.

To learn more about My Sister, My Self, please visit my website at: www.mysister-myself.com.
  Runaway Husbands: The Abandoned Wife's Guide to Recovery and Renewal (2010) explores the phenomenon of Wife Abandonment Syndrome - when a husband leaves out-of-the-blue what his wife believed to be a happy marriage. The book is based on interviews with hundreds of women and focuses on helping abandoned wives both understand what happened to them and learn how to turn the crisis into an opportunity for growth.

To learn more about Runaway Husbands, visit

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