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Evening Appointments are Available!
Family members don’t have to be a part of the problem when someone is having difficulty, but they are often part of the solution.
The work I do is solution-focused. No one ever leaves my office, even the first time, without some ideas as to how to begin to solve whatever problem brought them to see me.
Some People Self-medicate!
Many people know about anti-depressants. However, did you know that there are some non-medical ways to treat this problem that work quite well.
People often come to see me with problems with saying “no”, wanting to please others to an extreme, not liking themselves, and being unhappy with who they are or what they are doing in life.
I believe the first issue is to understand when these feeling began, for how long, and what has already been done about it.
Sometimes people arrive in therapy too late to save the marriage.
What is important is that people learn the skills to stay together-not to live in misery, but to live lives that contain joy and commitment that make good models for children to follow.
It can be painful and
heartbreaking to watch a loved one decline.
The alternatives of sudden loss may, in some ways, be easier on the survivors but the shock waves of sudden loss are equally tragic.
So, what makes the difference between normal and abnormal anxiety?
Some anxiety is good for us. It motivates us to do things that need doing.
Coupling and parenting become irresponsible.
Drugs and alcohol interfere with everyone’s relationships when either or both are present in families–alcohol in excess and drugs at all.
I think this word gets over-used without explicit understanding of “how” to say “what” to “whom”.
I am teaching people who see me the “foreign language” of how to speak to each other in ways that promote conversation instead of shutting it down.