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Trusting Our Decisions…

Trusting Our Decisions…

Over the course of our lifetime we are faced with making many decisions; some are big and some are small, some are life changing and some are insignificant.  Some of us are very good at making decisions, and when I say “very good, ” I mean that […]

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Overcoming Test Anxiety – An Innovative and Solution Focused Coaching Program

Overcoming Test Anxiety – An Innovative and Solution Focused Coaching Program

At the present time, I am excited to offer a special coaching program focused onovercoming standardized test anxiety. Test anxiety involves a combination of physiological over-arousal, worry, and dread about test performance, and avoidance of effective preparation which often interferes with normal learning and lowers test performance. Test […]

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The Blame Game…Dangerous For Your Relationship!

The Blame Game…Dangerous For Your Relationship!

Stop the Blame Game to Improve Your Relationship When it comes to placing blame in a relationship, it’s almost always easier to see the faults in our partner than in ourselves. One of the problems with couples pointing fingers is that usually both parties are right, and […]

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Couples Therapy: Key Communication Tips for a Healthier Relationship…

Couples Therapy: Key Communication Tips for a Healthier Relationship…

Assertiveness is one of those foundational communication skills required in any successful relationship. There is often a lot of talk about being assertive in yourcommunication, but not many people truly understand the nuances of this skill. In this post, I flesh out all the components of assertiveness so that […]

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Letting Go, and Embracing the Unknown

Letting Go, and Embracing the Unknown

(This blog post was written by Reena Singh, LMHC. Reena is a therapist at our practice and specializes in working with individuals.) “There is a time for departure, even when there is no certain place to go.” – Robert Frost This is one of my favored quotes […]

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Lack of Trust – A Challenge in Relationships

Lack of Trust – A Challenge in Relationships

Respect and intimacy are the foundation on which loving relationships are built. When people have the courage to look at these patterns, admit their own contribution, and are willing to change and put their relationships first, even the most difficult relationship problems can be healed. Inability to […]

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Establishing Ground Rules in Couples Communication

Establishing Ground Rules in Couples Communication

(This blog post was written by Elisabeth Mandel, LMFT. Elisabeth is an Associate Therapist at our practice and specializes in working with couples.) According to Marty Babits (2009), author of “The Power of the Middle Ground,” couples can resolve conflicts without the threat of escalation by creating […]

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The “It’s Not You, It’s Us” Approach to Relationship Problems

The “It’s Not You, It’s Us” Approach to Relationship Problems

(This blog post was written by Elisabeth Mandel, LMFT. Elisabeth is an Associate Therapist at our practice and specializes in working with couples.) Partners often come to therapy to play the blame game. One partner points the finger at the other, turns to the therapist and says, […]

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Building Self-esteem from Within

Building Self-esteem from Within

(This blog post was written by Reena Singh, LMHC. Reena is an Associate Therapist at our practice and specializes in working with individuals.) As human beings we are, sadly, more inclined to focus on all our flaws rather than the positive aspects of ourselves.  This negative focus […]

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The Miscommunication of Love

The Miscommunication of Love

(This blog post was written by Elisabeth Mandel, LMFT. Elisabeth is an Associate Therapist at our practice and specializes in working with couples.) There are many ways to say, “I love you.” Sometimes partners drift apart and the love that they share becomes neglected. Love is not […]

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