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April is Counseling Awareness Month: What Can a Counselor Do for You?

Depression, anxiety, a bad break-up or loss of a job…those are just a few of the multiple scenarios that might drive somebody to see a counselor. But what about people whose lives are “right on track?” Did you know that many of them seek counseling as well? In fact, at least 30 million Americans […]

By |March 27th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

“The Sound Relationship House” and couples counseling

Couples Counseling Using the Research of Dr. John Gottman Ph.D., Part 1

Dr. John Gottman is considered one of the top ten most influential researchers in psychology in the last 25 years. He has studied couple interaction and predictors of divorce as a researcher for over 40 years.

Initially a math major, he became interested in […]

Workplace Stress – 5 Tips to Keep Calm with a Difficult Co-worker

5 Tips to Keep Calm and Build Bridges with a Difficult Co-worker

You spend a significant portion of your life at work. In fact, you probably see your coworkers for more hours each week than you see your loved ones. This means that when you encounter workplace stress it can have a significant impact on […]

By |January 11th, 2017|Categories: Stress, Worklife Balance|Tags: |0 Comments

Coping with Bipolar Mania Symptoms

Up All Night and Day and Night…How to Cope with Bipolar Mania Symptoms

Bipolar disorder can be perplexing to observe in someone else. But it can be downright bewildering when it happens to you. There are different varieties of bipolar disorder and each one has its own unique set of symptoms. Some people with bipolar […]

By |December 16th, 2016|Categories: Bipolar didorder, Depression Therapy|Tags: |0 Comments

7 tips to protect yourself from holiday stress

Happy Holidays or holiday stress?

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. At least that’s what the popular carols and society at large will say. Sure, there are lots of great things about the season. Twinkling lights everywhere, seeing loved ones and friends and indulging in once-a-year treats are all fun. But it’s also […]

By |December 11th, 2016|Categories: Stress|Tags: |0 Comments

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Would you like to feel less anxiety and more joy?

Would you like to experience better sleep?
Would you like to improve your relationships through better communication?
Perhaps you are grieving […]

By |October 28th, 2016|Categories: Counseling for Women|Tags: |0 Comments

Retired and Depressed? 7 Upbuilding Things To Do When the Alarm Goes Off

Retirement sounds so wonderful… when you’re in the middle of a grinding, hectic work day.

But those long-held expectations of taking it easy and relaxing on a beach can sometimes come to a grinding halt once you’ve actually retired. Why is that?

You may find that you’re not as happy as you had expected. That your […]

By |October 12th, 2016|Categories: Depression Therapy|Tags: |0 Comments

Boost Your Ability to Beat Social Anxiety with 5 Simple Strategies

Social anxiety is a problem plaguing millions of Americans. If you have social anxiety, you might feel dread and fear about the idea of meeting new people or spending time in social situations. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to help yourself to manage it.

1. Challenge your own perceptions.

Most people with social […]

By |October 7th, 2016|Categories: Anxiety Therapy, Increase Self Esteem|Tags: |0 Comments

Meds and Therapy? A One-Two Punch to Knock Out Depression

Millions of people struggle with depression every year.

Untreated depression leads to lost productivity at work, relationship dysfunction and poor physical health. Many people think that depression is just something they have to live with or that it will go away on its own. But, with the right combination of treatment, healing is within your […]

By |October 5th, 2016|Categories: Depression Therapy|Tags: |0 Comments

Don’t Disconnect! 7 Reasons Why Good Communication Goes Bad

Connection is a vital part of human relationships. We should have the best communication with our romantic partners, and when we’re communicating well, we feel loved and understood. On the flip side, poor communication leads to feeling disconnected. Before you know it, that once-solid relationship turns rocky. Here’s how good communication turns bad—and how to […]

By |September 28th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments