Many people hesitate to get needed help because they feel that getting counseling/psychotherapy means they are crazy, and they feel ashamed. Needing help with relationships or mood is no more shameful than needing medical help for other issues!
Resilience is a desirable characteristic. The more resilient you are, the better you will handle life’s inevitable challenges.
It’s not a myth that the holidays generate feelings of loneliness and sadness for many people. If your important relationships are intact and doing well, that’s great. But what if they aren’t?
Entering couple’s therapy can be scary. What should you expect? While every therapist is different, this summary of my attitudes and beliefs about how and why couple’s therapy works might be helpful.
How can you know if you are REALLY in a relationship? It’s easier than you think!
Counseling can be a life raft when a relationship is sinking under the weight of cheating.
Dealing with infidelity is difficult. It’s important to know how to deal with such a situation.