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Learning Good Boundaries in Therapy

Learning Good Boundaries in Therapy One of the common reasons people seek therapy is to learn about how to have better boundaries in their personal and/or professional relationships. If you think about it, it’s an understandable problem. A client can work on communication, mental health issues or other personal problems but if they don’t [...]

November 13th, 2015|Categories: Therapy|Tags: , |

Psychotherapy and Insomnia

Psychotherapy and Insomnia Behavioral and psychological counseling are recommended for people with poor sleep habits. Recognition that psychological and behavioral factors play an important role in insomnia has led to the increased use of psychotherapy in helping sleep disorders. A study at Loughborough University in the U.K. noted that psychological treatment for insomnia [...]

October 31st, 2015|Categories: Insomnia, Psychotherapy|Tags: |

Four Behaviors That Predict Divorce

Four Behaviors That Predict Divorce Have you ever been in the middle of an argument when the other person suddenly refuses to talk to you? Maybe they pull out their cell phone or maybe they just tell you they don’t want to talk any longer. If this has happened to you with the [...]

September 14th, 2015|Categories: Couples Therapy, Marriage Counseling|Tags: |

The Psychological Effects of Stress

The Psychological Effects of Stress When we experiences stress, our brain responds by releasing a variety of chemicals to the blood. This provides a biochemical boost that enables us to respond to the source of stress. If stress and the subsequent biochemical reaction continues unabated, the body becomes prone to a variety of [...]

August 16th, 2015|Categories: Stress Management|Tags: |

Effective Ways to Combat Stress

Effective Ways to Combat Stress Whereas stress is a fact of life, being stressed out is a choice. We don't always have control over what happens to us, and yet, we don’t have to overreact to difficult, challenging situations by becoming frazzled, overwhelmed, or distraught. Being overly anxious and allowing stress to take [...]

July 17th, 2015|Categories: Stress Management|Tags: |