How to Communicate So People Will Really Listen

Communication Skills       From Nonviolent Communication by Marshal B. Rosenberg Many people begin individual and couple’s therapy citing “bad communication” as a problem. There are hundreds of books, usually self-help books, that talk about communicating better with your partner. Pulling together some … Read More

5 Things to Remember Before Your Couples Therapy Session

Couples Therapy Session While couples therapy sessions can provide an open environment for you and your spouse to speak honestly about your relationship issues, it’s important to be prepared for what’s to come before you walk through the door. 5 Things … Read More

Relationship Counseling 101

Relationship Counseling Services No romantic relationship is easy. Like a car, they need constant maintenance to keep them running efficiently. If there is an issue, it’s best to deal with the problem right away to avoid further complications down the … Read More

Should You Seek Premarital Counseling?

Relationship Therapy When you initially get married, you believe you’re getting the fairytale, complete with a dazzling courtship and happily ever after. What the fairytales don’t tell us is that a relationship takes work. Before you say your “I do’s,” … Read More

The Benefits and Drawbacks of Behavioral Therapy

Be Proactive There are many different types of therapy available out there, but which one is right for you? Behavioral therapy enables you to take the initiative and be proactive in your life. Human beings learn by consistency, and behavioral … Read More

Relationship Myths

The Unique Nature Of Relationships Throughout our lives we encounter various rules or standards of what makes a relationship good or bad, healthy or unhealthy. They guide the way we think, shape our beliefs, and determine the way we interact … Read More

There’s no “I” in Team – Increasing Empathy and Improving Communication in a Changing Workforce

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