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 7/15/2016
Do you really want to be loved, or would you rather be resentful?
The title of this article is a question I’d like every discontented lover to consider. I’m sure that your immediate answer would be, “Of course, I want to be loved.” Yet, I cannot begin to count the number of people I’ve seen in therapy, who entered my office complaining that their partners weren’t loving, communicative, caring or nurturing, and later learned that they elicited and/or reinforced the same negative behavior they bemoaned. Most of them, initially, described their spouses as cold, selfish and insensitive; someone who “doesn’t know what I like, care for or need.” I know that they honestly felt that way, but I wonder how accurate an opinion it was.Click here to read the rest of the article
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