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The First Destroyer of Relational Communication: Criticism

We begin this relational blog series looking at communication and uncovering what it is, and what it isn’t. Perhaps even more pertinent – what communicative patterns destroy relationships. The Gottman Institute has studied these patterns for over 40 years and has developed a form of couples therapy that is both evidenced-based and widely accessible. Thousands …

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What You Can Learn In Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy and Communication It’s no secret – communication is key to successful relationships. But you might be asking yourself, what is communication? When is communication strengthening a relationship? What types of communication destroy relationships? The Gottman Method is a tried-and-true method for relational repair through couple’s therapy. Even for those not in couples therapy, …

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P.L.E.A.S.E. Part 2

According to popular sentiment, 2021 was supposed to come along and make us all feel way better…sunshine, roses, unicorns, gatherings of 10 or more, you know a good life. Well 2021, we’re waiting…anytime now…wait for it…wait for it…almost there…almost there…stay on target…stay on target…well there’s always next year. So it turns out that reality doesn’t …

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Communication, Managing Stress, and Relationships

Happy February to you all! This month we will continue focusing on holistic therapy and stress management. We will look at different forms of therapy such as individual therapy, young adult therapy, couples therapy, and something of vital importance for all our relationships: communication. Communication appears in all therapies across the board as both a …

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CALM Teen Anxiety

We have been talking about what we can do as parents to help our kids develop anxiety and stress management skills. Using the acronym C.A.L.M. as a guide, we will continue to discuss how we as parents can be the non-anxious presence our kids need as they struggle with their own experiences of fear about …

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I Take Refuge In…

I thought I would continue this month’s blog looking at spirituality and health, emotional healing, and self-empowerment through the metaphor of Eastern spiritual traditions. Last month, we looked at spirituality and health, emotional healing and self-empowerment. We were also able to discuss coping with grief and loss and dealing with stress and anxiety through Buddhist …

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A “How-To Guide” To Dealing with Anxiety & Stress as Adults, Adolescents, & Children

As someone whose undergraduate degrees include both Psychology and Religious studies, I am always looking for different ways human beings can utilize both to promote emotional healing. With that being said, I don’t want to water down religious practices or philosophy; or enhance psychology to the level of religion. In fact, we won’t begin with …

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The Inner Immune System Through The Lens Of Evolutionary Theories Around The Deep Unconscious Systems

Welcome back to our second blog post, where we will be continuing to look at the “inner” immune system through the lens of evolutionary theories around the deep unconscious systems – that form a basis, not only for our emotional wellbeing and protection (emotional immunity), but are also theorized to be — and experienced as …

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