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How I Approach New Couples in Marriage Counseling

After many years of experience in marriage counseling, I have found a model that is extremely powerful in changing marriages from hopeless to amazing. - Read More about How I Approach New Couples in Marriage Counseling

Posted in Marriage on Sep 11, 2017

Counseling & the Power of Habit

Perhaps one of the greatest fears of counseling is that the changes made will only last for a short period of time. This is true unless you institute the "power of habit." - Read More about Counseling & the Power of Habit

Posted in Counseling on Jul 26, 2017

Courageous Thoughts to Help You Take the First Steps Towards Marriage Counseling

It takes the average troubled couple six years to get up the courage to call a marriage counselor. - Read More about Courageous Thoughts to Help You Take the First Steps Towards Marriage Counseling

Posted in Marriage on Jul 09, 2017

Basic Steps to Help You De-Clutter & De-Stress

Have you ever come home to a mess and immediately felt stressed out? Well, you are not alone. Numerous people cite feeling stressed out whenever their home or workplace is cluttered. - Read More about Basic Steps to Help You De-Clutter & De-Stress

Posted in Mental Health on Jun 06, 2017

7 Signs You Should Consider Finding a New Counselor

Over the years, I have heard about many negative experiences from clients based on their experiences with other counselors. After listening to the hurt and dissatisfaction the have previously received, I congratulate them on their courage to try counseling once more. - Read More about 7 Signs You Should Consider Finding a New Counselor

Posted in Counseling on May 17, 2017

5 Counseling Tips for Those Battling Depression

Living with depression is never easy, but these counseling tips can help you during your battle. - Read More about 5 Counseling Tips for Those Battling Depression

Posted in Counseling, Mental Health on Apr 17, 2017

What Is Cognitive Behavior Therapy?

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that teaches you to change your thinking patterns so you are able to feel and act better. - Read More about What Is Cognitive Behavior Therapy?

Posted in Counseling, Mental Health on Mar 28, 2017

Why Sleep Is Important to Your Child's Well-being

Do your children go to bed at night with a tablet or smartphone in their room? A recent report published in AMA Internal Medicine indicates this might cause them to suffer from poor sleep and daytime drowsiness. - Read More about Why Sleep Is Important to Your Child's Well-being

Posted in Children on Dec 11, 2016

5 Signs It’s Time for Couples Counseling

Fighting is a normal part of every couples’ relationship, but if lately you feel like all you do is fight, it might be time take to take a new course of action. Couples counseling presents an opportunity for your spouse and you to have a safe and un-biased space to communicate what’s bothering you and work out the differences that are causing your conflict. Also, many couples are able to overcome communication divides and underlying problems that might have unknowingly been affecting their relationship. - Read More about 5 Signs It’s Time for Couples Counseling

Posted in Marriage, Relationships on Nov 27, 2016

The Cost of Marriage Counseling vs. Divorce

According to a 2006 article on Forbes.com, divorce proceedings can range from a few hundred to many thousands of dollars, with the average cost of a contested divorce ranging from $15,000 to $30,000. Most of this money is spent on legal fees." One gentleman told me that his divorce cost him upwards of $100,000. - Read More about The Cost of Marriage Counseling vs. Divorce

Posted in Marriage on Nov 20, 2016