About Dr. Ed Reitman
E. Edward Reitman, or “Dr. Ed”, as he is affectionately referred to by many of his patients, has been a practicing clinical psychologist for over 40 years. He has not only maintained a large, successful private practice, but is well known in Houston, Texas (the fourth largest city in the U.S.) As a media personality, he is frequently asked by the major network television stations to comment on the psychological implications and effects of current news events, both on the community and on individuals alike. Click here to read more...


Recent article from 5/22/2015
Which end of the binoculars are you looking through?
From the moment Mary Lou’s parent’s announced they were coming, she felt emotionally exhausted. When they arrived, it was exactly as she anticipated. Her parents related each tragedy that occurred on their way to Houston: flat tire, traffic, and the weather. She said, “That is the way they always react. It’s the reason I didn’t tell them that, months earlier, we, unknowingly, purchased theater tickets for the second night after their arrival. She was absolutely right, with regard to their reaction. They said, “If we had known, we would’ve come later. We didn’t drive here to sit alone.” Mary Lou added, “They could’ve taken the opportunity to spend time with their grandchildren but, despite that incident, Mary Lou said, “her parents visit wasn’t bad.” She noted that Mother did try to talk to her, but she wasn’t about to deal with “Mother’s criticism and complaints.” Nor was she willing to tell Mother where she was coming from. Click here to read the rest of the article
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