BY AMY NOVOTNEY
Many early career psychologists
are in the thick of family
building and career
advancement. Here’s advice on
how to make it work.
For the first four years of her older daughter’s life, Ohio psychology practitioner Lisa Damour, PhD, was rarely able to eat dinner with her family. She saw clients during the
afternoons and evenings when her husband was home, so that she
could spend mornings with her daughter.
Sarah Honaker, PhD, a mother of two and professor of
pediatrics at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, has
arrived late for work and missed more meetings than she’d like to
admit to care for a sick baby or take part in her daughter’s class