Tag: <span>Counseling</span>

Divorce – and Your New Identity

When it comes to divorce, many factors – including details and context of the relationship, personal ideas about the framework of marriage and accompanying vows, and family/cultural values – impact the way one views and copes with the end of wedlock. For some it’s broken promises and failed expectations resulting in major heartbreak/loss and messy legal implications. For others, divorce is more amicable and the result of both parties agreeing that a separation is necessary. Read more

Five Ways Therapy can Help you Find a Healthy and Fulfilling Relationship

“Swiping right” is easy enough, but finding a healthy, fulfilling, happy, long-lasting relationship – not so much! The fact is, humans are complex and emotional creatures…and dating can be hard! In a murky “sea full of fish”, the pickins can seem not so “plenty” and it can be hard to know which direction to swim. In some cases, social and family pressure only add to the stress associated with finding a good “match”. For some people, therapy is a good start and can lead to the kind of self-growth and positive change that might be necessary to build (or rebuild) a foundation for a healthy relationship. Read more

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Video: 4 Steps for Dealing with Panic

In this video, you'll learn 4 easy steps for dealing with Panic attacks while they are happening.  You'll find that the …

Favorite things about being a therapist

My Favorite Parts of Being a Therapist

Being a therapist is hard work. Not always, though.  Sometimes someone I really "get" makes everything in the therapeutic …

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Things to Bring up in Therapy – Even if they’re Kinda Hard to Talk about

Therapy is an interesting thing.  The therapeutic relationship between therapist and client - unique and unlike any other …