Speaker – Listener / A Simple Way to Improve Communication

Do you find that sometimes you and your partner struggle to really hear and understand what each other are saying? Do you find that often discussions spiral into fights or arguments? Working to change the way you communicate with your partner will help change negative communication cycles [...]

Partnering Together for Change | A Collaborative Perspective on Counseling

Perhaps you have heard of collaborative therapy or a counselor working from a “collaborative perspective” but feel unsure of what that means.  Since all of our therapist’s here at Marriage & Family Counseling Center operate within a collaborative framework, I thought it would be helpful to share a few [...]

Getting the Most Out of Telehealth (Virtual) Therapy

In the era of Covid-19, masking and social distancing requirements have created a barrier to those hoping to seek counseling services, especially people in high-risk groups.   Telehealth, or virtual counseling, allows you to attend your regular therapy session using a phone, laptop or tablet. It’s secure, accessible, [...]

Four Ways to Manage Your Mental Health During COVID-19

It’s no secret that we’re in the middle of a global pandemic currently, and we know you are likely inundated everywhere you turn with reminders that life has drastically changed.  Instead of focusing on the difficult challenges that COVID-19 has brought, which we get, are many.  We thought it important [...]

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