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Thinking About Therapy…Is It Right For Me?

Thinking About Therapy…Is It Right For Me?

In this blog post, I am going to write a little bit about therapy itself; what it is and whether it might be the right thing for you at this time in your life. There are many different therapeutic modalities and treatment approaches that people find to […]

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Getting Unstuck – Moving Forward and Resolving Your Disagreements Together…

Getting Unstuck – Moving Forward and Resolving Your Disagreements Together…

Chains do not hold a marriage together. It is threads, hundreds of tiny threads which sew people together through the years. That is what makes a marriage last. – Simone Signoret Many of my clients come to couples counseling because they feel that they are constantly bickering […]

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Improving Your Listening Skills…

Improving Your Listening Skills…

Many of my clients explain that they often find themselves having a hard time effectively listening to their partners. As human beings it can be easy to block your partner out (I like to call this “spacing out”), to rehearse your response instead of listening to what […]

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Anger Management Tips: Is My Anger Healthy?

Anger Management Tips: Is My Anger Healthy?

Anger is a  powerful emotion that can stem from feelings of frustration, hurt, annoyance, or disappointment. It is a normal human emotion that can range from slight irritation to strong rage. From time to time, everyone can lose their cool or get angry. Losing your temper can cause […]

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Honoring Your Personal Boundaries…

Honoring Your Personal Boundaries…

Many of my clients tell me that in their personal relationships they feel unsure of “the boundaries where they end and others around them begin.” Having diffuse personal boundaries with others can leave you feeling codependent, powerless, unsure of who you are and unheard. Many of my clients with boundary […]

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Thinking About Empathy…

Thinking About Empathy…

At a recent intensive weekend-long training for mediation here in New York City, my colleagues and I spent time discussing the subject of empathy. Marshall B. Rosenberg writes about this topic in his book entitled “Nonviolent Communication, A Language of Life.” Empathy is a subject which I […]

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