Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) is a specific type of therapy that focuses on the complex relationship dynamics between individual family members, and how each family member’s behaviors affect the entire family unit. Ideally, each family member will receive individual therapy as well. Here is what to expect. Read more
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NEW – 2-Day Couples Boundary Experiential Workshop
This experiential workshop can accelerate healing and personal growth since the participants learn not only from their own work, but also from the work of the other participants. If you are near breaking-up and wish you could find a way to stay together this workshop will help you do that. If you want to deepen your connection – and desire a more positive and gratifying way of relating with each other, this workshop is for you.
Together you will learn how to:
- Improve communication skills
- Mitigate fighting and heal hurt
- Understand and process your sadness about growing distant
- Create deeper lasting connections
- Avoid breaking-up and build connections through boundary setting and boundary respecting
- Laugh and have fun together again
Experiential learning involves learning from experience which maximizes long-time change.
This two-day workshop is like having six months of therapy.
To learn more, call or contact for dates and pricing.
FAMILY OF ORIGIN – Our Family Of Origin Plays A Huge Role In How We Turn Out As Adults.
There’s an old saying that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, and in many ways, this observation is true. Our family of origin plays a huge role in how we turn out as adults. Take physical traits, for example. Mom has dark hair and brown eyes; daughter will often have dark hair and brown eyes. But when it comes to the way you interact with and relate to others, the emotional patterns set in place during childhood by your parents or other caregivers doesn’t have to be the patterns you choose as an adult with your own family or relationships, particularly if they were painful, abusive, unresponsive, detached, judgmental, abusive, etc. Read more
AND WHY IT MIGHT HELP YOU. Somatic Experiencing is a technique designed to help dissipate and process stress.
Somatic Experiencing®—sounds complicated, and you might be wondering how it works, but the truth is, Somatic Experiencing isn’t complicated at all. In fact, Somatic Experiencing is a system of therapy designed to help you heal from trauma and process multiple kinds or sources of stress, from an isolated stressful event to PTSD to abuse to chronic daily stress through movements. Read more
(BUT SHOULD’NT BE) You are worth love, and you deserve all the wonders love can bring.
For most of us, the initial buzz of ‘falling’ in love is a wondrous, exciting part of a new relationship that eventually mellows with time, and hopefully, forms the necessary foundation for a long-term partnership. However, for some, the thrill of ‘falling’ in love isn’t just a phase—it’s actually the relationship. And for those suffering from love addiction, the benefits of getting past love’s initial thrill: trust, security, and familiarity, are often viewed as anything but desirable. In fact, many love addicts suffer from a sensation of being unlovable, or unworthy of love, which leads them to constantly chase one relationship after another, and look to their partners to make them happy and solve their problems. Read more
INFIDELITY DOESN’T HAVE TO SIGNAL THE END OF EVERYTHING YOU LOVE AND HOLD DEAR.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, love is everywhere. From stores selling heart-shaped boxes of candy to florists offering specials on red roses to TV stations everywhere re-running your favorite sappy love movie—the world seems to be in love with love in February. But what happens when love takes a wrong turn, and happily ever suddenly begins to feel like happily never after? Read more
LEARN TO LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE RIGHT NOW.
With the start of a new year, many of us are turning our thoughts from holidays and celebrating to detoxing and rejuvenating, which makes now the perfect time to look forward, and plan for the changes you’d like to make in your life. Sometimes, however, facing these changes can seem overwhelming or impossible, especially when the things you want to change may involve your relationship, your marriage, your job, or even your own habits. Read more