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The Bulitts

A licensed clinical social worker, Julie Bulitt has spent more than 25 years working with individuals, couples and families. Her private practice focuses on family, couples and individual therapy, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and Executive Functioning coaching. She has served as a Clinical Supervisor and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant for the Montgomery County (Maryland) Mental Health Association, an Adoption Therapist for the Center for Support and Education in suburban Washington DC. She presently serves as the in-house therapist for The Discovery Channel in Silver Spring, Maryland. David Bulitt is a partner in the Washington DC Metro law firm of Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, PA. For more than a decade, he has been chosen as one of the Washington area’s top divorce lawyers by multiple publications, recognized as one of the “Best Lawyers in America” and a Washington DC Metro “Super Lawyer.” Praised as “the lawyer who epitomizes stability and old fashioned common sense” by Bethesda Magazine, David has a particular interest in families with special needs children as a result of personal experiences in his own family. He is a published author of two fiction novels, multiple articles in legal publications and has appeared as a special guest on several local television shows. David and Julie have been married more than 35 years. They have four daughters and three grandchildren. The Bulitt’s first book, the award winning THE FIVE CORE CONVERSATIONS FOR COUPLES was released on Valentines Day 2020 and is available in paperback, audio and ebook formats. From their differing vantage points and often contrasting perspectives, Julie and David have seen up close families struggling with life’s most difficult challenges. At the same time, they have weathered our own challenges at home, raised four daughters, two biological and two adopted, and dealt with one child’s mental health and behavioral issues, addiction, running away and pregnancy. What they have listened to, struggled through, and learned about saving a marriage, keeping a family together, or knowing when to call it quits, when to turn to professionals, or when to try tough love, it’s all fair game – in their book, their coaching sessions and their events and presentations.

FIVE CORE CONVERSATIONS FOR COUPLES

Award Winner

THE FIVE CORE CONVERSATIONS WINS ITS THIRD LITERARY AWARD OF THE YEAR

For the third time this year, THE FIVE CORE CONVERSATIONS FOR COUPLES has been honored with its third national literary award, this time from The Royal Dragonfly Book Awards.

https://www.storymonsters.com/book-briefs/2020-royal-dragonfly-winners-announced

The Five Core Conversations for Couples has been awarded the Silver Medal by The Living Now Book Awards in the Marriage and Relationships category.

http://www.livingnowawards.com/155/2020-winners


THE BULITTS’ FIVE CORE CONVERSATIONS FOR COUPLES WINS ANOTHER AWARD

David and Julie’s groundbreaking FIVE CORE CONVERSATIONS FOR COUPLES has picked up another literary award, this time a Bronze Medal from the Readers Choice Book Awards!

https://readersfavorite.com/2020-award-contest-winners.htm

Click here to pick up your copy of this insightful and unique look into relationships from their very different perspectives!

Our Book

What happens when a top divorce lawyer and a family therapist close the door and really talk? What’s on their minds? Who gets the last word?

Married more than 35 years, the Bulitts are that couple. David is one of the premier DC Metro family law attorneys, representing clients in high profile divorce cases since 1986. Julie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with more than 25 years of experience working with families. She is also an in-house therapist at Discovery Channel.

Together, David and Julie have seen life’s most difficult challenges, including addiction, infidelity, mental and physical health diagnoses and trauma. At the same time, they have weathered their own challenges at home, raising four daughters, two biological and two adopted, and dealing with one child’s addiction and mental health issues.