Below is the infographic companion to my previous post: 11 Questions Asked in Couples Therapy. If you would like to download this infographic, there is a link provided at the bottom of this page. If you would like a copy of this infographic for educational purposes, please .
“Our finest moments are likely to occur when we are feeling deeply uncomfortable, unhappy or unfulfilled. For it is only in such moments, propelled by our discomfort, that we are likely to step out of our ruts to start searching for different ways or truer answers.” – M. Scott Peck Relationship conflict can be like […]
Have you ever really listened to your partner? I mean REALLY listened? Listened with no intention other than to just to better understand where your partner might be coming from? Have you ever tried to listen to them without interrupting? Without responding? Without judgment? In my practice, I work with many couples that struggle with […]
Last week was particularly hectic. By Friday at 5:00, like most of us, I was tired and looking forward to going home and relaxing. Leaving work at rush hour, the subway was packed. I jostled for a position on the car close to the door, knowing that my stop was the second one after boarding. […]
Who’s training your brain? We don’t think twice about investing our time and energy into developing workouts designed to optimize our physical health and well-being, but it often doesn’t occur to most us to make the same sort of investment in our mental and emotional health. Traditionally, while mental health professionals recognized the psychological benefits […]