January 23, 2016 • Cathy Goldfarb, Psy. D.
Laurie Newbound: While you have worked and continue to work with different kinds of patients, you seem to have been drawn specifically, at least for much of your career, to older people and their families. Why do you think that is? Cathy Goldfarb: I have always had an affinity for the aging population because I was incredibly close to my grandmothers.
December 15, 2015 • Roni Cohen-Sandler, PhD
So I’d always found the term “Sandwich Generation” to be a useful concept. But now my friend Laurie coined an even better one: the Panini Press. I know firsthand how perfectly a Panini Press captures this experience. It’s not that we’re nested between our parents and our kids—which could be sort of cozy. It’s that we’re being squeezed forcefully from both ends.