This article was originally written for WellnessFX, a digital health company based out of San Francisco, CA. For the full article, click here. Can you remember the last time you were in a heated argument? How did you feel? … Read More
Will you marry me? This is a question posed all over the world by couples of all races, cultures, sexual orientations, religious backgrounds, etc. While society has romanticized most facets of marriage and businesses have profited off of most … Read More
According to the BusinessDictionary, the definition of group norms is an “unspoken and often unwritten set of informal rules that govern individual behaviors in a group.” As a systemic therapist, the concept of group norms setting both the tone and … Read More
Where is Love? Sitting at the table next to you is this couple. They seem genuinely interested in what one another has to say. They laugh a lot and almost seem to be making fun of one another at times. … Read More
Do you know that frustrated feeling you get in an argument when you just know that you’re right but you are not being heard by your partner? Well, you’re not alone. As a systemic therapist, I see couple after … Read More
em·pa·thy ˈempəTHē/ noun the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. I think about the experience of empathy a lot. Feeling empathy for another person’s emotional experience is the primary skill of a counselor. Above theories or … Read More
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