Kathy Weingarten, Ph.D.

Kathy Weingarten, Ph.D., has been writing about illness, using her own and others’ first person accounts for over one decade. She is currently working on a project using writing to assist families in coping with the diagnosis of illness in children and adolescents. She has written “The Mother’s Voice: Strengthening Intimacy in Families” which concerns, among other topics, her experience with cancer, and she is co-editor of Mothering Against the Odds: Diverse Voices of Contemporary Mothers, a book of twelve essays about mothers who have resisted demeaning and diminshing attributions of their mothering due to circumstances such as their immigrant, racial, lesbian or adoptive status. Kathy lives in the Boston area and spends time in a primitive cabin in the north woods of Maine where she watches the habits of loon and merganser families.

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